Cisco :: Login To 2621XM Router - Cable / Settings
Jun 18, 2011
I'm trying to login to my cisco 2621XM router. I'm using putty and I can't remember the how to cable it or the settings to use in putty. I don't have a db9 input on my pc, so I need to go through my NIC. What type of cable to use, what port to plug it into on the router, and what settings to use in Putty.
I have been trying for days to get a HP Photosmart Plus B209a wireless printer to work with my D-Link DIR-655.Going through the HP setup cd for I get to the section where it wants to hookup a usb cable to get router settings and finds my network and then I put in the password. Then after looking for a bit it says it can't find the printer.Looking at the wireless status page it says the ip address is 0.0.0.0.Reading on HP's website it says that you must have the router set to broadcast the SSID, I believe mine is set to hide. How would I go about changing it to broadcast AND would it mess up all my other settings changing it to Broadcast, meaning will I have to reconfigure the other computers again? Do I use the set up wizard to edit things or is that for first time set up ?
I have an old 2621xm router in CCIE lab at home. Only a week ago I started having issue on 2 of them. The problem is on one of them when I go under interface configuration and I type "no shut" nothing happens. Interface stays in administratively down status and when I check running config "shutdown" is still under interface.
On the other one the same problem but only with "router rip" command. I configure my rip routing but then when I check running config there is no rip section and also RIP is not running under "show ip protocols rip".These routers are connected to 2511 AccesServer. So I thought the issue might be communication from AccessServer to these devices. I connected a console cable straight to them and still the same problem. Everything else is working on these devices.
I am trying to recover a corrupted ios, from rommon after configure all steps of IP_ADDRESS, TFTP_SERVER and so on, copy files correctly, but after it need router 5 minutes to erase flash, or something else....after it i can not boot from ios loaded as i show below:
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! File reception completed. Copying file /c2600-advsecurityk9-mz.123-11.YZ2.bin to flash. Erasing flash at 0x61fc0000 program flash location 0x60ea0000
We have a Linksys WRT120N wireless router set up at one of our small offices. I noticed recently when trying to log in to the router to make some admin configurations that it will not accept the login credentials when trying to log in from IE10 browser. Works fine from Chrome, IE9, ect. logging in to a linksys router with IE10?
I have Linksys Befcmu10 v4. I need to port forward and I cannot login. I have tried admin/password and all those combinations. I tried factory restore by pressing the thing in the back and still can't access the page
We set up our new Linksys last night but when the password was written down there is no distinction between upper and lower case letters - I can't login to an account page or do anything and I needed a password for a visiting friend.
I have a Cisco Linksys WAG120N running with the firmware version 1.00.12, and it's working a quite fine.During some tests with the nmap command under Linux, I noticed that beyond the ports 80 and 433, another opened port 32764 shows up running an unknown service.This unknown service keeps running after scanning for ports between 1-65535 using nmap in stealth mode. But after querying the modem for operating system fingerprint using nmap but not in stealth mode, this port closes and the service disappears.
By using a browser to access 192.168.1.1:32764, a 12 byte "<random_prefix>.exe" file is download, and its's recognized as a text file. The file contains a "MMcSÿÿÿÿ" string, and the bytes in hexadecimal are "4d 4d 63 53 ff ff ff ff 00 00 00 00".And also, something strange happens after this unknown service goes down: Accessing the modem setup via browser, the settings displayed are different than I commonly use. the encapsulation is set to "Bridged Mode Only" instead the "RFC 2516 PPPoE", and into the Status Tab the Current Time field says "Time Zone string Error". Still in the Status Tab, in the Internet Connection information the "Login Type" is a misspelled "UNKNOW", the interface says "Connected" to a well accessible Default Gateway., the same displayed into the Routing Table Entry. Th Applications & Gaming Tab is unaccessible.After power switching the modem off and on again, everything comes back to normal again.
Whenever I try to login to the router, it fails to recognise the username and password for usually the first 5 or 6 attempts, then recognises them on the 6th or 7th. Not eactly a massive issue, but coupled with what seems to be a very unstable connection makes me wonder if it was a good move to buy cisco.
I have a WAG54G2 annex b and have a problem with the settings. The problem keeps emerging although I upgraded the firmware from 1.10 to 1.17.In details, almost once every day it keeps losing the settings, and although is is connected (I can browse web pages) the internet light is off, and in the admin page I can't see any settings at all. The language settings are lost, the wireless seems to be enabled, the connection settings don't show up, I can't see username/password/ip/dns and all my security restriciotns are lost. And i can't restore them until i reboot the modem, in which case everything is back like nothing has happened.
i connected 2 routers 2621xm with serial and setup. but i didnt need the RIP cuz i just sent msg/packet from RT2/Laptop2 to RT1/Laptop1 and it saids SUCCESSFUL RECEIVED. so whats wrong with my 2 networks?why passed through from rt2 to rt1 without RIP configuration?
my router is connected to main router from my internet provider. When I use x3000 my download speed is half as fast as it should be (wifi and wired). When I connect to mian router directly (without x3000) both wifi and wired connection is at full speed.Is there any setting I should use to get full speed on x3000 - I have 24 Mbit/s?
I am not sure if the issue I have is due to router's performance of my configuration. Currently I have 2621XM connected in my internal network where Fa0/1 is considered untrusted zone and Fa0/0 is considered trusted. It appears that traffic is limited to about 3.17MBps (Mega Bytes) between Fa0/0 and Fa0/1. There are ACLs on the Fa0/1 inbound and Fa0/0 inbound. I am also using ip inspect rules for the Fa0/1 outbound traffic. When I remove ip inspect policy from the Fa0/1 interface, the traffic speed bumps up to about 4.8MBps (which is about 38Mbps - Mega bits).
Each time the CPU utilization is: CPU utilization for five seconds: 99%/99%; one minute: 19%; five minutes: 4% PID Runtime(ms) Invoked uSecs 5Sec 1Min 5Min TTY Process
Access to the router during that time is veerrrryyyyyy slow! Does this mean I am hitting the maximum limit this router can handle?
I have a Linksys x2000 and have been using it successfully on DSL with a local ISP. I recently changed to Century Link and now I can't connect to the internet (Century Link). If I change the UserId and Password from my Century Link values back to my old ISP values, I can connect to my old ISP. Century Link tells me they have my account active with the X2000 and Century Link.
I recently bought the WAG320N and initial setup (Wizard) went fine ....(I selected all the defaults as presented to me so I did not afterwards modify anything on the settings)However ...when powering off (and back on) the device , my Dreambox Sattelite units (DM500) could not get access to the internet anymore (outbound) on port 12000.All other internet traffic went fine ...through browser, wireless, ...all Ok.....I tried everything to resolve but ultimately only succeeded in re-configuring from sracth. powered off the device and brought it back up ....same symptons.Did a hard-reset (back to factory defaults), reconfigured through wizard and ...all Ok again .....until I powered the device off and back on .....I have come to a point now where I excluded all possible 'surrounding' disturbing factors (eliminated switches etc ....and only connected 1 Dreambox unit directly to the device) and ....same symptons ....when powering off/on, the dreambox cannot get out anymore and re-configuring from sracth resolves ....until the next power off/on.And ...it is really the power off/on handling (reboot procedure WAG320N ?) that is causing it .....(I disconnected the DSL line and put it back in , forcing the modem to reconnect DSL and then all still works Ok ). ? It seems as if certain -internal- settings get lost after a power shutdown.....but why specifically port 12000 ?
I recently bought the WAG320N and initial setup (Wizard) went fine ....(I selected all the defaults as presented to me so I did not afterwards modify anything on the settings)
However ...when powering off (and back on) the device , my Dream box Satellite units (DM500) could not get access to the internet anymore (outbound) on port 12000.
All other internet traffic went fine ...through browser, wireless, ...all OK.....I tried everything to resolve but ultimately only succeeded in re-configuring from scratch. This solved the issue .....until ....right...I powered off the device and brought it back up ....same symptoms. Did a hard-reset (back to factory defaults), reconfigured through wizard and ...all OK again .....until I powered the device off and back on .....
I have come to a point now where I excluded all possible 'surrounding' disturbing factors (eliminated switches etc ....and only connected 1 Dream box unit directly to the device) and ....same symptoms ....when powering off/on, the dream box cannot get out anymore and re-configuring from sracth resolves ....until the next power off/on.
And ...it is really the power off/on handling (reboot procedure WAG320N ?) that is causing it .....(I disconnected the DSL line and put it back in , forcing the modem to reconnect DSL and then all still works OK ). It seems as if certain -internal- settings get lost after a power shutdown.....but why specifically port 12000 ? (and ...no...I did not setup any port forwarding not triggering.
I have a Cisco 2621XM router with two ethernet interfaces that sits before a vendor supplied VPN router. I need to see the IP traffic incoming to my router from the WAN side (fasteth0/1 below). I setup ip cef, and ip flow ingress on the interface. However -- it seems that what I see when I use "ip cache flow" command doesn't have a very long history or life. What commands am I missing so that I can see a summary of the stats over say the last 5, 10 or 15 minutes? Is this the best config that can be used for this, or can I create a more summarized report just using the router HW and IOS? Basic current configuration:version 12.3service timestamps debug uptimeservice timestamps log uptimeservice password-encryption!hostname Littleboy!ip subnet-zeroip cef table event-log size 1024ip cefip cef accounting per-prefix non-recursive prefix-lengthip cef traffic-statistics load-interval 180!ip flow-cache entries 2048ip flow-cache timeout inactive 60!interface FastEthernet0/1 description Littleboy to vpn-wan ip address 10.1.0.1 255.255.255.252 ip flow ingress?
I am using packet tracer 5.3 version and I am trying to configure IGRP on it but it doesn't show me igrp under routing protocol selection.Router number is 2621XM.IOS version is 12.2.learn the configuration of IGRP.
I started by creating a VPN - everything worked great. I assigned the DNS Servers, Domain name, WINS Server so when I connect I'm able to resolve local hostnames on the network with no problem, however, I had no internet access... I then set up a split tunnel access list. Since I've set that up, I'm now able to ping internet based addresses url... but no longer able to resolve internal host names. I can ping the ip addresses, just name resolution no longer works. [code]
I have a website account with fatcow. I created the website with Dreamweaver software and uploaded it to fatcow via port 21.My internet connection was via xplornet and I had no access problems. I upgraded to xplornet's new g4 system and now I can no longer access my account online or upload to my website.We have two computers. The first is a desktop system that has the dreamweaver software. The second is a laptop which connects wirelessly. We share the signal through a dlink router. The modem is a viasat Surfbeam 2 residential satellite modem.1. When I attempt to login to the fatcow control panel, the tab shows successfully authenticated and then re-directs me back to the login page. This happens on both the laptop and the desktop.
I have tried bypassing the router and the problem still exists.I took the laptop to the computer center and I can login to the account no problem.I used a free proxy server page on the internet and can login from my home system on my desktop no problem.I have completely turned off virus scan and firewalls. It doesn't work. I have tried IE7, Chrome, Firefox and they all have the same problem. The laptop runs IE8 and has the same problem.I can ping the page successfully. I can traceroute the page successfully. I can't nslooup any site at all. I get the domain not existant message.My ip and dns settings are the automatically find option.I have renewed ips and dumped the dns cache.Using alternate dns addresses doesn't rectify the problem. When I attempt to upload via dreamweaver, I connect but within seconds I get a Dreamweaver message that says "Connection to remote host has been lost. Click refresh to continue" and the log reads "FTP Error. Dreamweaver could not connect to server." I haven't taken my desktop anywhere to try to see if it works on a different network. I'm in a remote location (hence the satellite internet)and it is an hours drive to the nearest private internet connection and a 2 hour drive to the nearest public connection.
I have a WAG160N wireless gateway . Yesterday when i tried to power it on after a couple of seconds the power led was solid green and the Ethernet leds were blinking with no Ethernet cable attached to the router . The ethernet leds would keep blinking for minutes . I tried to use a screwdriver to do a hardware reset ( with power on ) and i noticed that the power led would start blinking green/red for minutes . I tried to use another wired router which i have for backup and it could connect to the internet normally without a problem.
What the green / red blinking power led means ( power led is green and then changes to red and then it starts over ) ?
I can't get a new IP from my ISP when my Cable modem router(EPC3925) is set to router mode, i have tried factory restore, unplugged etc..but still no luck. It changes each time i reset it when i set it to bridged only mode but then i won't be able to connect other devices to it since it doesn't uses DHCP in bridged only mode. It changes back to the IP i had when i set it to router mode. I don't want to change my router settings to bridged only because it would disconnect the other devices in my house. Why my ISP assigns the same IP address when it's set to router mode but assigns different IPs when it's set to bridged only, how is this possible ?
I have a Netcomm router which I've had working as my ADSL and my wireless AP.I connected a DLink router via ethernet so as to extend the range of my WIFI.This has worked, but now I cant log in to my DLink router.It started with IP 10.1.1.1After setting it up to not do automatic dhcp and then plugging it in to my Netcomm (which is on 192.168.1) I can no longer find the DLink, whether connected over ethernet or wireless. How it might have had its IP changed as it join the network?
Ok, so I reset the router but i still can't login to the setup using the factory password (admin/admin) (blank/admin) (admin/blank). Now I have an unencrypted network and no access to the setup... I even tried using the setup CD but it doesn't recognize the router.
With these Dlinks. But, like a lot of people when I go to my router via [url]... and try to login it says "invalid password" And yes I am leaving the "Password" line blank. I need to get my BSSID to get my Linux laptop going WIFI. I have also tried the http://192.168.0.1