I'm based in the UK and am using a DIR-655 router but I have no record of its serial number (there is no sticker on the item, and the original box is now missing) - is there any way I can ascertain which version of the router I have? As I understand matters, I need to know this so that I can apply the correct firmware upgrade, which is what I wish to do.
I have a problem with an AP1310 which may need me to open a case for RMA. is there any way I can view the serial number using the GUI since the AP is already installed on a high mast but I didn't enable telnet on that?
I have about (12x) AS 5350 XM installed in a remote site. I would like to know their serial numbers (the one on the sticker outside the AS) I know that this SN begins with JMX and contains 11 characters. When tel netting those AS, and type the following commands : show inventory, show hardware, show version, show diag.. i can't find those serial numbers. I can find others which begins with JAE !
Im trying to determine the serial number of Gbics already installed and running on a Catalyst 2950 switch. Is there a specific command to do so? There is a command on Catalyst 4506 that gives all info regarding the Gbic ("show idprom interface gi 1/1") Is there something equivalent for 2950?
I am trying to come up with an inventory report of all our 3750v2 stack switches, but for some reason I could not get the serial number of the member switch under each stack. Can Ciscowork LMS 3.2 see the serial number for each switch under a stack?
I have a faulty ASA5520 and I am not sure if I have a SMART net contract for it or not (I manage over 200+ ASAs). The problem is that the Serial Number sticker that is normally on the back of the ASA is missing. The ASA5520 is also faulty and doesn't power on so I cannot boot it up and run 'show ver' or similar. If I open the chassis there appears to be other Serial numbers on the Power Supply, and Motherboard etc but they do not seem to be the correct Chassis serial number i.e not in the right format, and if I put them into the Trade tool I get no results.
There must be another record of the serial numbers besides 1x sticker to the rear of the chassis that can fall off? How I can get the chassis serial when the device isn't booting. or (Cisco) is there a way to find the chassis serial number from the power or motherboard serial?
My Sony Vaio was stolen and I dont have any tracking software on it. I was told it can be traced using the serial number this is not going to work as the serial number is not digital is this correct? If so is there any inbuilt device or software ect: that comes installed when you purchase the laptop? I am desperate to find my laptop as it has personal information stored on it of my partner who recently passed away and non of this is replaceable. I would prefer to find it without using the authorities as i know who this person is i just dont know where this person has stored the laptop. It would be best for the authorities not to be involved for my safety.
This is the second one of the new ASA 55.5X series appliances where I have seen this issue:When I SHOW VERSION, I can see the serial number displayed. However, this does not match the serial number from the sticker affixed to the outside of the chassis.This makes it confusing on opening TAC cases and for updating licenses.
I am trying to find the serial number on the CLI that matches the serial number sticker on the back of a WS-C2948G-GE-TX switch that runs CatOS. I am running code cat4000-k9.8-3-2-GLX.bin. I have 4 different switches and all the stickers have a serial that starts with JPE.. and both "show version" and "show sprom 1" and "show sprom 2" gives me a completely different serial number that starts wtih JAE... All of these serial numbers I get from the CLI match with each other. The command "show sprom chassis" says "Feature not supported."
Is it possible to find the serial number that matches the sticker from the CLI on a 2948G? Why does Cisco make this so confusing?
I have some tunnels which terminate to my home router. I'm allowing the other ends of the tunnels to use my voice setup. I need to prepend *67 to all called numbers which don't originate from my house. I don't want people calling my home number based on the caller-id number they see when someone across one of the tunnels calls.
So if 5008 calls 212-333-4444 I want it sent to my provider as *672123334444. If 5001 calls a number, I don't want it touched. Can I do this? I can use IOS or CUCM here.
I have configured four E1 links between two locations on my 3745 using WIC-2T cards. At both ends all the serial links are configured as ip unnunmbered fastethernet 0/0 encapsulation ppp OSPF is enabled without CEF I would like to know how load balancing will occur in this scenario?Will all my links be utilised at the same time? Will multiple links be used only when the need (in terms of bandwidth) arises?
I understand that IPv6 uses the MAC address of a LAN interface to make up the EUI-64 of a serial interface since serial interfaces don't have MACs. What happens when there is no LAN interface available? What if the switch has only serial interface cards?
Were bringing up a new site shortly and I'm trying to configure Serial0/0/0 which will be connected to an MPLS over 1.5m T1 line. I am basically doing a simular configuration as other sites where one of the ethernet interfaces is handed off from a fiber optic wan, but a T1 MPLS is connected to a WIC card and this provides a redundant path (though slower) in case of a fiber cut or equipment failure. This should be pretty straightforward but it appears as if I have no serial interface on this router. Card is in and everything, it is a VMIC-3-1MFT-T1/E1 in EHWIC 0.
I think the crappy usb to serial cable from china broke because when i boot up my cisco router, after it decompose the IOS image and shows all the interface links, it won't do anything. I can't get to user exec mode.anyways, i think my usb to serial cable is faultily. I got one that is from ebay for like 2 bucks and i think it is the reason why i can't even connect to my router now
Any good way to force a serial link to delay packets to simulate a hi latency WAN link? Found this command so far:
Router(config-if)# transmitter-delay hdlc-flags
I can dial the speed up/down via clock rate all good but I need to also simulate latency. This is for simulating a WAN bonding scenario so I was going to aggregate a 10M ethernet port with a 2M serial and a 512k serial. But I need to also ensure varying latency.