Cisco Switching/Routing :: 2800 Series To Set Static Routes Per Vlan
Aug 3, 2012
Is there a way to set static routes per VLAN?Example VLAN 100 sends all traffic to 192.168.1.1 and VLAN 200 sends all traffic to 10.1.1.1. (2800 Series RTR)I have 5 networks that have their own gateway to the Internet via satellite link. Those networks run over the same infrastructure on separate VLANs. They frequently send traffic to each other, which gets sent over a slow SAT link. I introduced a router to the network and would like to set all my hosts default gateway to the local routers sub-interface then have a static route that send all traffic that is not on one of my 5 networks back to that VLANs respective SAT modem to get routed out over the Internet.
I'm trying to turn off SSH version 1 & 2 to pass PCI compliance. Problem is, I cannot touch the VPN link between the two offices. I'm afraid the PKI certificate used for the VPN will be deleted if i zeroize the RSA key which seems to be the only way to stop the router responding on port 22.
Here is the stuff from the running config related to the crypto map: crypto isakmp policy 1 encr 3des authentication pre-share group 2 [ code].....
I'm only CCNA so I'm not even sure if the certificate or RSA key is being used for the VPN link, but I can't tell from the running config that zeroizing it would be a good idea and not break the VPN. I'm open to other ways of disabling SSH, as we are able to just connect using a console cable. But it looks like denying port 22 with an access-list doesn't even stop the router from responding to the port.
I have a Routing issue with one of my SG300-28P units. It has several Trunked VLANs. I think I habe Narrowed it down to a Default Route on the offending SG300 though I cannot see to change or delete any of the Static Routes on the unit. I can Add Routes with no issues, but once Added I cannot Edit or delete them.
We have a 6509 series of core switches and 3750 series of L2 switches, There is no default gateway or any static routes to any IP.VLAN 1 is made admin down and another vlan is used for all communication here in this environment
Attached is configuration for reference But still I am able to take telnet or SSH. I want to know how telnet or SSH or tacacs authentication happens without any static or default route.
I am trying to add WCCP to be configured for websense. My first option seems to be either purchase an IPServices license for the stack of 3750E switches, but i am thinking this will require us to license all three switches in the stack. The second option i am looking at is to do the WCCP configuration on the 2800 router we have on the edge. The problem is both Gig ports are in use, one going to the firewall and the second going to the ISP. My first question would be, which option is better in terms of manging as well as cost of implementing it.The second question is, if WCCP on the router is a better option, what is the add on module i should be looking to get to add the additional ports to hook up the Websense cache.
In a site we currently have 1 BT provided ADSL link which is currently terminated using their device which I believe is some kind of 2wire device, which is extremely slow due to distance from the Exchange (4Mbps)...We have a growing number of users here and want to install a second ADSL line from BT to give them increased performance.
We have a Cisco 2800 sat not doing much so I was wondering if I could use this to load balance the link? I know BT do not support MPPP so therefore the maximum any user can get will be the speed of a single link (4Mbps)...But basically how can this be done..
Can I leave the two BT routers in place and place the Cisco 2800 behind them, or do I need to purchase two ADSL modules for the 2800 and terminate the connection there?Also once done, what do I need to do regarding actually setting up the load balancing? I have seen this:
But am unsure as to how relevant it is? I am not sure I understand what the ACL's are being used for? I just want all users on the LAN to load balance out...
Also I am unsure of this statement:You potentially need to add policy-based routing for specific traffic to ensure that it always uses one ISP connection. Examples of traffic that require this behavior include IPSec VPN clients, VoIP handsets, and any other traffic that use only one of the ISP-connection options to prefer the same IP address, higher speed, or lower latency on the connection.I do not understand why a established session such as a VPN client, would ever traverse the second ISP connection anyway?
I was trying to find if it's possible to add the option for static routes for DHCP clients on Cisco IOS DHCP config mode. I'm looking to add a settings as defined on RFC 3442, like this one, set on ISC DHCPd server:
option rfc3442-classless-static-routes code 121 = array of integer 8; option ms-classless-static-routes code 249 = array of integer 8;
Is there any way to have my Cisco 877W Router alter from using one static route to another static route when another router on the network is reporting destination host unreachable?
Router 1 (192.168.2.253) Dialer0 -> ppoe to internet Vlan1 -> local 192.168.2.0/24 Router 2 (192.168.2.254) Dialer0 -> ppoe to managed VPN (172.16.28.1) Vlan1 -> local 192.168.2.0/24
Router 2 is connected to another network through a managed VPN and that network also has internet access. I want to be able to have two routes to the internet on Router 2. And when Router 1 internet goes down packets get routed through the VPN instead.
I currently have on Router 2
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.2.253 ip route 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 Dialer0 ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 172.16.28.5 250
Which does nothing when Router 1 has its Dialer0 interface shutdown, or goes offline completely.I suspect I could reverse the setup and have everything routed through the VPN by default and then if / when Dialer0 interface goes down it would switch to using Router 2, but if the problem is in the remote network and interface Dialer0 stays up, it would probably do the same thing... nothing.All devices mentioned are Cisco 877W routers with ADSL and a bunch of fast ethernet interfaces.
We have recently implemented Windows Deployment Services on our local network, but everytime we do a multicast image deployment the network get flooded to point of total saturation.
We have Netgear switches and a Cisco 2800 series router. IGMP Snooping has been enabled on all Switches, however, we are unsure on how to implement multicasting on the router.
The whole network is flat - no VLANs over than the default VLAN1. We only want multicasting to work within our local network and does not need to go out the other side of the router as that is the connection to the internet.
How to get the Cisco router configured properly to enable multicasting to not flood the network. It seems that even if we were to image 4 PCs using multicast this is enough to completely get the network flooded.
Also, am I right in thinking that IGMP needs to be enabled on all of the Switches?
I have a problem to create a VLAN with a Cisco 2801.,I need to have base ports FastEthernet 0 / 0 and FastEthernet 0 / 1, in the same VLAN. Basically I'm trying to switch access redundacion, now I have redundant switches in which I have the servers, but if one of these switches fails, and,coincidentally is where I have connected the router, the server runs out of internet connection.,I idea is to connect the FastEthernet 0 / 0 to a switch, and FastEthernet 0 / 1, to the other switch,but I managed to have these two ports in the same vlan, in order to have a unique IP for both FastEthernet ports,As I can do this?. do is a lot of documents using the switchport command, but this command is not available in my router, I tried different IOS, and nothing.,currently I have the following IOS: c2801-adventerprisek9-mz.124-24.T6.bin
I just read the Removing and Installing CompactFlash Memory Cards in Cisco 2800 Series Routers instructions and there was nothing said regading powering down the router. Are these CompactFlash cards hot swappable??
Does the 22xx Series FEX support static or dynamic LAGs between itself and a server?Imagine a server with dual 10G NICs, and I need to connect them to the SAME 22xx FEX....can I set up a LAG between the two 10G NIC ports and two 22xx FEX Host ports? Does it depend on how the FEX is connected to the parent 55xx?
why I can't use cisco ehwic-3g-hspa-u card in cisco 2800 series and 1841 series router?documentation said that it should work with that devices but when I installed it, it doesn't work even as device i can't see I am using cisco latest ios advance ent. 15.1(4)M4?
I've been playing around with the Cisco RV180s for a while now and have come across a problem with the subnet calculation in the static routes and routing table. Essentially, if I configure up a static route for a /16 it's entered in the routing table as a /13. If I add a /24 it's entered in the routing table as a /16. I haven't tested every subnet size and combinations but this looks like a fairly fundamental maths bug.
As a side note, I notice that the 220.127.116.11 release notes state the removal of SSH Server, however, I can not find any reference to it's existance prior to 18.104.22.168, did/does it exist in 22.214.171.124 and if so where? .
Screenshots are below and an extract from the configuration file for reference.
I was configuring route tracking at a client with several sites to route across GRE tunnels and being able to detect a failure of the main site. To my surprise when configuring a 2800 series router (after sucessfully configuring a 1800 series on the same infrastructure), a 2821 with IOS 12.4(24)T2 IPbase, the commands for ip sla object tracking don't show up.The feature navigator says the router supports this, but it just won't take the commands (also tried older versions of the commands such as "ip sla monitor.." and "rtr .." to no avail).
I have a 2811 router that I want to configure the F/E 0/0 & 0/1 to be able to communicate.FE 0/0 is configured with 192.168.16.1/24.FE 0/1 is configured with 10.10.10.10/24 Physically attached to this port is going to be a wireless router configured with 10.10.10.1.My question is how to configure and setup the routes properly and do I need to configure NAT and Access Lists.
I am running an ASA with 8.4(3) and am trying to setup a dynamic VPN tunnel. We are having a business reason to establish a VPN tunnel to customers who do not have nailed down IP addresses. Now I found a number of documents that outline the steps involved. It seems the basic steps were to Establish a regular tunnelAdd dynamic crypto mapAssign the dynamic crypto map to the tunnel created under step 1. While this sounds pretty straight forward and simple, while prepping for doing just this I hot a road block while thinking it through. In order for my ASA to put anything into the tunnel it has to have a route to the remote network pointing at my VPN peer at the end of the tunnel. How do I do this in a dynamic tunnel? How do I add a dynamic route so the ASA knows which tunnel to stuff the traffic into? How do I stop the traffic from just being send to the Internet?
In my live VPN concentrator at work, my 5520 is showing a static route for each VPN client that is connected to my SSL vpn right now. This kind of confused me because wouldn't only one route to the address pools subnet be needed for my vpn users?
Will there be a way sometime in the future to add static IPv6 routes? I have a routed /64 and a routed /48 from a tunnel broker that terminates on my DIR-815, and I want to hang the /48 off of another router that I have attached to my LAN interface(goes to my home lab setup that I use for my job). I could just move the tunnel endpoint to the other router, but I like having IPv6 access for all my other PCs on the LAN segment.
i have a problem in my eigrp configuration that the other branch only see the network that i am advertised in eigrp and can't see the the redistibuted static route inside eigrp .. i dunno why is thatand that's my running.
Ok I realise that the 825 doesn't have the ability to create static LAN routes. Is there a workaround or is this somthing that may be implemented in the future. It's a real let down to find this feature missing in an expensive router such as this.
i have one cisco router 2811 now its not booting normally.
Router was working without any problems but due to power loss router restarted and goes into rommon mode
I tried to boot from flash and usbfalsh with different images but no use router is in still rommon mode.
here the output of my router:
program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0x3117470 Error : compressed image checksum is incorrect 0x8E095E7F Expected a checksum of 0x8E0AE77F *** System received a Software forced crash *** signal= 0x17, code= 0x5, context= 0x80014e20
I am having some trouble configuring dual NAT on a Cisco 1841.
The 1841 has three interfaces. Fa0/0 - LAN Fa0/1- Different private network Fa0/1/0 - Connection to DSL modem
NAT overloading is configured on Fa0/1 and we have traffic that must be router there. We would like to have all internet access go through the DSL modem. Currently internet access is obtained through fa0/1 but is not ideal. I have floating static routes configured if the DSL link goes down. (Which is currently unplugged) I do not have physical access to the router at this moment. We would like to keep the config a simple as possible. It seems like route-maps may be one of our only options.