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Feb 18, 2013

I have been looking for the command to view all concurrent active connections or sessions on our Cisco 2911. I want to see what the total connections or sessions are at peak times throughout the day.

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Jun 20, 2012

We are about to install a cisco 2911 router to replace a linux based router.
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The outbound traffic also needs to go out of the correct DSL line which ever has been assigned to that customer.
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I have a hub and spoke network with over 100 remote sites that connect to me via ipsec vpn. One of these locations, the only one using FIOS coincidently, is initiating 200+ tunnels back to my side which is causing saturation issues on my DS3. (I can post config if requested), and how can I limit the number of active tunnels it's establishing?

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I am installing a network that has two SG500X-24 switches as core and several SG300-52 switches as access switches. I've seen in the SG500X-24 datasheet that there is a True Stacking feature. But in the data sheet there are not a lot of details about it. My doubt is the following. If I configure the two SG500X-24 switches as a single switch through stacking them, can I connect one SG300-52 switch to these two SG500X-24 switches through two cables (both configured as a LAG in the SG300-52 and in the SG500X-24 stack, one cable per SG500X-24), the  the first cable connected to the first SG500X-24 switch and the second cable connected to the second SG500X-24 switch and keep both connections active?

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Except I can't access the web. I can't view other network resources. I look in the network connections section in the control panel and see my two connections, but I don't see any way to set which one to use for what. Seeing as I only use usb0 for ssh and eth0 for everything else, it seems I need a way to set it up so that usb0 only gets port 22 or something similar.

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I am looking at deploying a pair of 5585X's in an active/active multiple context state.  I am creating Mulitple contexts that need to be able to route to each other.  I was going to deploy a type of Gateway context that has a shared interface to all of the other contexts, instead of sharing interfaces directly between the contexts, i beleive this will work as basically i am just cascadng the contexts and sharing interfaces.
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I have Context 1, Context 2 and Context GW A including the shared interfaces of Con1 and Con2  in failover group 1 on appliance A with the respective standbys on Appliance 2. I have Context 2, Context 4 and Context GW B including the shared interfaces of Con 3 and Con 4 in failover group 2 on appliance B with the respective standbys on Appliance 1.
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Both of them run individualy the IPS module. The IPS is configured using inline mode and fail-open option. However when one of the module fails and the state is changing from up to init or anything else making the IPS to fail then failover is detected and ASA consider it as failover and bounce context to the other unit.
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