I will have this one router. Its f0/0 will be for the Internet connection with bandwidth of 30Mbps. Its f0/1 will be connected to a switch for internal networks. This link will be separated to 3 VLANs for 3 internal networks. I'm wondering if there is a way to gurantee 10Mbps for each VLAN but allow use up to 30Mbps when another two VLANs are not using any Internet bandwidth? I only worry about download bandwidth from internet.The 3 internal networks will all have public IPs and they belong to their own subnets. There won't be NAT/PAT.
We have 2.5 Mbps connection from an ISP at our branch routers (1800 series)with single physical link terminated on FE0 but have two subinterfaces with separate subnets.
I have applied the following policy-map outbount under physical Interface FastEthernet 0. Show poliocymap output is as follows
Policy Map QoS-OUT Class Email priority 512 (kbps) Class SQL priority 512 (kbps) Class File-Copy police cir 1024000 bc 32000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop Class CCTV police cir 384000 bc 12000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop
But it seems that sometimes( not all the time ) the CCTV traffic seems to exceed the 384k and chokes the entire link(2.5 mbps).
I am new user of cisco router i can access the hardware and login in the account but the problem is if i use the command "enable" asking for a password, old I.T. personnel who setup this router already resign.
We have an MPLS network to a half dozen remote sites. At our main location we have a 2800 series router. In the routers config are the following lines for QOS. When I go to the routers on the other end of the MPLS, none of them are configured with these same policies. Would these not be in the running config of the 1800 series routers, or is this not setup correct and this should be removed?
I ahve a requirement to configure static crypto for 1800 site and I need to configure on two sepaarte interfacs at spoke site which means I need to configure 1800*2 = 3600 peers at central site. The challenge I have is due to load balancing , the traffic dynamic crypto can not be used since traffic may be initiated from Dc on other link which may get dropped incase not encrypted.
I have aaa new model configured on a number of isr's(1800, 1900, 2900, 3800 etc). When i have aaa configured, the telnet logins use that authentication and not the password in the line vty portion. Is this by design. would disabling aaa enable both telnet and aaa authentications, essentially making it a dual login.
I have just bought my first non-domestic router, a CISCO 887VA-K9 which needs basic configuration to get it working. I have a copy of the configuration guide (334 pages) and CP Express user's guide (94 pages) and have spent an hour reading but either they are missing something or my brain is too small to figure out step 1. How to get started. Perhaps from where to download a CP Express installation kit for Windows.
Is the only way via a terminal emulator connected via a serial port ? Is there a graphical interface I can use ? Are there any basic tutorials for beginners ? This is probably the only non-domestic routrer I shall work on so I don't want to invest in a full training course. I just need enough to plug in the ISP credentials and set up DHCP.
Am trying to do a dynamic configuration of a 3900 series router (3925 to be precise).For the software and licenses, under the IOS technology Package Licenses, what's the significant of SL-39-DATA-K9 and SL-39-SECNPE-K9? Are they really necessary for the router?
I have an 877W router that I would like to have a 2nd pre-configured backup for. I was thinking of getting another 870 series (probably an 877) router, as the more expensive wireless option is not actually required. Am I right to assume that I could simply copy the contents of my current config.txt file onto the second router?
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 have not done much with business routers, but we have a 1700 series with a WAN WIC-1ENET card with a RJ45 connection. We had a T1 line and will be moving to ehternet. We are going to be moving to a 20MB line, and i just wanted to make sure I have the right connections before installing. We also have a T1 line in another loaton and would be moving to this same 2811 router there as well.We would also like to copy over the configuration from 1700 series router to the 2811 router. Would it be easier to do it by hyper-terminal? Also if we keep the 1700 routers are they capable of using layer-3?
I've goggled and searched here, and I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. I need to make a couple changes to a clients Cisco 800 series router, enable ping replies add ip addresses to the ssh ACL.I can't seem to find any basic commands for CLI anywhere.
I have an existing 1800 router that is using NAT and VPN to HQ. I now have a new ISP provider and so now i need to chane the Fastethernet1 IP address. I know how to do that but what else do I need to change to make everything continue to work?
I'm troubleshooting an issue with a new site-to-site vpn setup between 1800 series routers. The tunnel is up but not encrypting traffic on one router, when IP CEF is disabled traffic is encrypted and decrypted!
I have the following network connected and configured to a single Cisco 1800 router.
VLAN 2 (10.1.20.0/24) | int vlan2, ip address 10.1.20.1 | Cisco 1800 ----- int fa0, public ip address ---- Internet | int vlan3, ip address 10.1.30.1 | VLAN 3 (10.1.30.0/24)
VLAN 2 is server vlan with a webserver. VLAN 3 is clients.
NAT configuration: VLAN 2 and VLAN 3 is using NAT to access the internet, and both is configured as inside interfaces.fa0 is configured as outside interface. Now I don't know if this is about NAT, but I've tried several things without luck.
Problem: A client in VLAN 3 tries to access a domain on the webserver in VLAN 2.It starts by sending a DNS query to a DNS server located at the ISP, and gets the ip address for the domain, which is of course a public ip address. Then nothing happens because the client tries to access the domain on the webserver using the public ip address, and the webserver have a local ip address 10.1.20.20 which is on the local LAN (VLAN 2).
I've tried NAT because I have to change the destination ip address, but I can't seem to get it right.
We have been using a dhcp and tftp server to automatically configure branch WAN routers such as 1751's and 1841's for years but, have recently purchased a 1921 and 1941 as possible next generation replacements. The problem is when the 1900 series power up instead of getting a dhcp address directions to the tftp server it boots up and asks for the user name to be immediately changed or you will be "locked out". Any workaround to this so that I can again go back to download my common configuration? Or any other way of automatically configuring the newer version ios? Doing extra steps for 500 WAN branch routers is time consuming. Doing configurations without automation for that many is moving in the wrong direction.
I have been given a task, where I need to create a failover setup from a 1800 Cisco router to a LAN network 2 hobs away (see topology).The reason I have been given this task is because the wireless links are not so realiably, but necessary.I'm thinking of doing this failover task with IP SLA on the routers fiber 1 and fiber 2 link, so when/if one off the links goes down, it instantly chooses the other link.I have also been thinking about implementing STP instead, and replace the router with a switch, but i'm not sure exactly how to implement it. Unfortunately I'm not able to test anything, as we are still waiting for the fiber lines, but I want to be prepared as much as possible.
Leased line is between dammam to dubai and the dammam office is getting internet from dubai.The ip address of Dammam office is class A (Public IP) x.x.x.x and for dubai it is y.y.y.y which we are using as proxy for accessing internet.I purchase the local DSL direct line connection through cable from Local Provider and this ip address range is 192.168.1.0 - 192.168.1.254.Is it possible to use the DSL line as failover, so if one line goes down the user should remove proxy and can use local internet.The router which is using is cisco 1800.
I believe that failover is possible, 100%, but would like to know how I can do it and requesting for sharing more inputs about failover in this case.
I have configured PBR on my 1800 series router, it is working perfect. Now I am changing my router from 1800 to 2901 router with the same config, so the PBR stop working and I am not getting hits in the second WAN interface. [code]
I recently formatted the flash drive of an 1800 router and replaced it with an updated image. However, the new features within the new image aren't reflected in the router. I believe that this is because a reboot would be required for the updates in the new image to be reflected in the router i.e. the image needs to be added to the system. How to get the image to the system without a reboot and if by doing so I would get all the new features from the image.For example, the show version below shows the old image in the system as [code]