I need to enable/disable a mac access-list on a 2960 scheduled by time. The switch has lanbasek9-mz.122-44.SE6. As the mac access-list can not support time ranges, I tried EEM but seems like it is not supported in this device.
I just bought a WAP321 Wireless AP. I wonder why it cannot sync with our time server automatically. Every time I reboot it, the system time become "Fri Dec 31 1999 12:00:00 UCT". I have to do the sync manually by clicking on the "Save" button under the menu Administration > Time Setting.
I have WRT54G2 router. All settings are more-less default and the behavior is following.You start up the router. If you do not connect wireless device within 10 minutes, then you have to restart the router.You have assigned IP via wifi, and when you connect cable device to the router, the wifi PCs are disconnected.
I recently purchased a X2000 ADSL modem/router combination. For some reason the current time will not stay set to the time zone. Rebooting clears the discrepancy for a short time before it drops an hour exactly. I'm in the central time zone and the setting are correct on the basic setup.?
Is the WAG320N iPv6 compatable ? ,or could it be with a firmware update ?.Is the X2000 in the same boat in iPv6 terms as th WAG320N ?.Is there a way of retrieving "UPTIME" / "DSL connection time" information from the WAG320N and also line attenuation stats etc.Wouldn't need the above but poor isp needs keeping an eye on.
Ciso 1941 router frozen once a day, sometimes after 2 to 7 days. When the router frozen, no internet connection and cannot login/ping ethernet ports. I can login to console port and copy the error messages below. Reload the router and it will return back to normal operation. Re-installed IOS but still the same.
IOS Version 15.1(2)T2, Cisco CISCO1941/K9 (revision 1.0) with 487424K/36864K bytes of memory. DRAM configuration is 64 bits wide with parity disabled. 255K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory. 250880K bytes of ATA System CompactFlash 0 (Read/Write)
I want to be able to gather some time metrics based on source IP, and destination port. Is it possiable to track how much time a user spends using a service based on it's port number. I have figured out how to capture all the data, and I can then look at timestamps, but I would like a better way if possible. Can this be done at the firewall, or do I need a different appliance?
AI have a Dir-825 router. The 5GHz is turned off and the wirless is on G/N. I have shawcable for my isp and my firmware is 2.06 and its a Rev B Router. I also have Qos Engine on for allowing me to have 2 xboxes on Open NAT.problem is my wireless signal for some wired reason is VERY weak. A while ago it used to work really far way outside. It was around 150ft distance at 4 bars. Now for some reason I can't even go upstairs without getting a 1 or 2 bar signal.
i have had my dir-655 one year now, have never had wireless problems with it until now.my notebook's internet gets very slow somedays, i just restart my router and then internet speed works normally.i have:
I set up my Linksys wireless router BEFW11S4 with a password protection to prevent access from unauthorized users, now I can only access my internet connection from one computer at a time not simultaneously like before I introduced the password. I must have missed to turn on a switch somewhere in the set up
Is it possible to have a WLAN only be active during set times of the day?.I have a WLCM in a 2811 router but I can't find any type of setting that will let me enabe a WLAN at 6pm and disable it at 7am.
I have the Qwest/Actiontec Q1000 modem/router. I go to the ip address using my web-browser and open up advanced configurations -> access scheduler. I select a computer (and it automatically adds the MAC address) and then the days/times I want the internet to be accessible. However, when I click "add" (to add my internet allowance to the scheduler list) it just says 12:00 to 0:00, which is essentially permanently blocking the internet for that computer.
I have a laCie hard drive which we use to store all our files. There are 2 of us in the office and we would both like to be able to access the storage at the same time. Currently our laCie can only be seen on our desktop's if only one computer is connected (using either firewall and/or USB connectors).
Lastly, we also back up our files using dropbox, however when you drag and drop the files into dropbox from the desktop, the copying of the files uses the hard drive (HD) memory thereby reducing available HD space. Any way to upload folders (not individual files) onto dropbox without using any HD space?
We have 30+ wireless access points controlled by a Cisco 4400 Series WLC (mostly AP1231's and some AP1242's). The WLC's system time is set by a network NTP server and is correct. However the APs clock is an hour behind that of the controller.
I keep trying to set access restrictions for my wrt54g router for time. There is no 12 for time so I'm selecting 11:55 pm to 6am but I keep getting an error message of, "end time must be bigger then begin time." I get this no matter if I select 9pm, 10pm, etc.
i have router lynksys WRT120N and the latest 188.8.131.52 firmware. And the problem occured frequently. At about 13.00 i went out, wifi was working okay. At around 18.00 i returned home and i was trying to connect to the wifi with my android phone, and suprisingly it did not work. I tried on my laptop and on a android tablet. It did not work. The only thing that i could figure it out is to reset the router. I checked the settings, and there was no access policy e.g. time based access blocking.
Access Control on an ac1200 does not seem to flexible enough to include hours from say 8pm - 6am. On my old Linksys I would simply have multiple entries for the same MAC address but this does not seem possible.
I have a RV042 and have set it up for VPN Client access using the QuickVPN client to connect my remote users. I discovered today that I cannot have two users connect in at the same time. Both users are in the same remote office. They can connect individually with no problem but if one is connected and the other tries connect also the second user gets a message the gateway is not responding. They are both running Win XP PRo SP3.
1. Around 100 laptops and desktop computers need wireless internet access, but some of them on limited times during the day.
2. Not all wireless devices are allowed on using the wireless network.
3. There are also wired desktops that don't need restrictions.
4. We need the possibility to restrict most of the wireless devices to access certain websites or use certain applications on those computers to use internet access during the times that the computers are allowed to access the internet.
5. We want to restrict the clients for using torrents or other possibilities of downloading illegal content.
What we were able to do:
1. The accesspoints (AP 541N) are clustered to achieve 1 large wireless network.
2. Only mac-adresses that are listed in the accesspoints are capable of using the wireless network. Other mac-adresses are not allowed to use the accesspoints.
What we tried already:
1. adding the mac-adresses for the accesspoints to the list of "internet access policy" in the router. Internet access seemed still possible during periods the access wasn't supposed to be possible.
2. adding the mac-adresses from all clients in this internet access policy seemed useless. Only 10 Internet Access Policies seem to be possible to program. 8 mac-adresses per policy. Knowing there are (at least) two policies needed to restrict a group of 8 macs to access the internet in 24 hours (because blocking the internet from f.e. 22u in the evening to 6 in the morning is not possible because 6 is smaller than 22 - or 10PM).Besides, after blocking internet access, we need also to write policies in blocking some websites or keywords.
I have a RV042 and have set it up for VPN Client access using the QuickVPN client to connect my remote users. I discovered today that I cannot have two users connect in at the same time. Both users are in the same remote office. They can connect individually with no problem but if one is connected and the other tries connect also the second user gets a message the gateway is not responding. They are both running WinXPPRo SP3.
I have a fresh out the box asa5510 with 8.4 on it.I have built these before but for some reason cannot get this one to work. I am consoled on, have applied the following config but can still not ping to or from, can not asdm, cannot http/s. Arp table shows device it tries to ping, but device trying to pping it has incomplete arp entry. [code]
So, I have this router at home a WRT150N. I put in access restrictions so my siblings won't stray onto unwanted pages.I enabled SPI Firewall Protection and what do you know, it worked. The next day though, we didn't have an internet connection.I checked everything with the modem (power cycles, etc.) and then I tried the router. Upon disabling SPI Firewall Protection, the internet connection came back.I tested it yet again, to see if it really was the SPI. Enabled and bam, no internet access again. I made sure to select "Allow" in the Access Restrictions for "Internet access during selected days and hours" making sure also that "Everyday" and "24 Hours" are selected.Now my question is, what do I need to do in order to enable my Access Restrictions without having to lose internet connection via the SPI Firewall?
With M10, I cannot restrict internet access for specific time period. Parent Control feature doesn't satisfy the situation, and there is no build-in access-policy in web-based setup. Are you going to upgrade firmware or Cisco Connect with more flexible access time control?
How to configure Belkin N (F5D8636-4) Client IP Filtering so that a range of client IP' deny access to the internet using the following blocked time ranges e.g. Mon 5:00pm to Tues 2:00pm, Tues 5:00pm to Wed 2:00pm, Wed 5:00pm to Thur 2:00pm, Thur 5:00pm to Fri 2:00pm, Fri 5:00pm to Sat 10:00am, Sat 1:00pm to Sun 10:00am, Sun 1:00pm to Mon 2:00pm - BTW - this access regime is to deny internet access for my teenage son?
I have new DIA Internet service coming in and unlike the last vendor who provided a router, I am configuring my own. This is my first full Cisco config - I've been looking at this for 3 days now. I have SIP signalling, rtp and default traffic on a (3) t1 multilink (4.5mb). My lan and firewall uses dscp tags and passes them to the 1841 for outbound. The ISP only prioritizes by destination address so I just need the 1841 to respect the tags internally. Inbound, I have only port numbers to go by to differentiate voice traffic and I want to tag EF and CS3 accordingly for use by the 1841 and the rest of my network.
Below is part of my proposed config. I have read tons of Cisco docs and looked at all the queuing methods and this one I understand the best. I am getting the error: "CBWFQ : Can be enabled as an output feature only", so I presume that something is wrong on an input definition somewhere. For now all the firewall functions are done at the actual firewall (Sonicwall NSA) so other than limiting ports to the PBX everything else is just pass-through. Any changes required. IOS is 12.4(4)T1.
I have 4 computers (3 laptops, 1 desktop) in a shared office. We get internet access using their wireless network. All works fine. However, I need to share a printer amongst all of the computers. The printer is LAN enabled and I would normally just put all the PCs on a hub, together with the printer and share it that way. BUT my question is can we access the internet using the wireless network and the printer using a separate wired network at the same time?
I've got a Cisco 1841 with 2 FastEthernet ports here. My Cisco isn't great, and I've been given a problem I don't seem to be able to crack.Essentially, I have one network with two sides. I've connected these to fe0/0 and fe0/1 on the router, and put them interfaces into a bridge group which as far as I can tell, essentially makes the router a 2 port switch...I know this won't make a lot of sense from a normal network point of view, but what we need to do is allow all traffic from fe0/0 to fe0/1, but not allow any traffic in the reverse direction. The traffic allowed to flow from fe0/0 to fe0/1 must include broadcast traffic (infact that is the most important traffic, its how the silly theatre application works). None of the traffic is IP addressed.... ie, each of the devices on the network assign themselves an IP address, and then throw broadcast traffic out on to the "dedicated physical network" that exists between them for communication[CODE]
I am trying to unravel a ASA 5550 config that has been created over several years, by multiple people, some who used ADSM, some who used CLI.
None of them ever removed any lines from the configuration, and none did any documentation. When examining the actual configuration from a CLI perspective:
1. Does an ADSM- created access list end with any specific ADSM- added suffix? 2. When ANY access list is created in an ASA 5550, does it HAVE to be included in the access-group command to be functional? Can it also be functional if referenced in a "nat" command? 3. If the access list does meet either of the criteria specified in question #2, is it completely non-functional? 4. If an access list is applied to a logical or physical port that is shut down, is the access list functional?