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Sep 12, 2011

I have a network that I want to split into 3 VLANs, One for the main traffic, another one for the kids so I can control the sites they visit via opendns and the 3rd for the playstation and the Wii.  The catch is that I only want the kids network to access the printer and the NAS on the main network, and then the 3rd network not to be able to access the other 2 vlans.  I am trying to perform this via a Cisco 871 router

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Jul 21, 2012

We have ASA 5520 acting as the VPN Server and Cisco 1941 router as EZVPN client. Since last few days client is not able to establish vpn connection. 1941 router is continuously generating the below log messages
001569: Jul 22 12:19:05.883 ABC: %CRYPTO-4-EZVPN_SA_LIMIT: EZVPN(VPNGROUP) Split tunnel attributes(51) greater than max allowed split attributes(50)
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Im thinking something like this:

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And what I am looking at having is something like this:


TP = Fiber Termination Point Not a really interesting piece, just a fiber junction box ONT = Optical Network Terminal (Huawei Echolife HG863 GPON)[URL]This is where the fiber from the TP connects to. It has one fiber port and four Gb ports. No problem with this piece (so far)RG = Residential Gateway (Huawei HG265s Wireless Router) [URL]. From the ONT Port 1 I have a CAT6 cable to the WAN port of this router. It also has four FE ports and two RJ-11 ports (I use port 1 of the RJ-11). The problems are several: the firmware has been modified by my ISP so that the configuration is resticted. The port forwarding does not work. The DMZ does not work. The network ports are 100/10 (what is the use of having 1Gb?) The wireless range is crappy. I just hate it.

CMS is a CISCO SLM2008 8 port Gb managed switch

WR is a Cisco Linksys E4200 with DD-WRT

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used this for setup: [URL]
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! Last configuration change at 13:50:29 UTC Tue Mar 16 1993 by cjcatucci!version 15.0no service padservice timestamps debug datetime msecservice timestamps log datetime msecservice password-encryption!hostname c861w!boot-start-markerboot-end-marker!no logging monitorenable secret


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I have an issue where my vpn clients are unable to access certain vlans in my network.I have configured an ASA 5520 with VPN access using the wizard and using the ASA as a dhcp server for VPN clients. I find that this allows the clients to access server resources such as the Exchange and Domain Controller but I find that these vpn clients are unable to ping each other as well as certain vlans that I have.Is there a way to configure the ASA to use a particular vlan that is already configured on the core switches?If I create a vlan interface and set the IP of it to 10.50.x.x then the vpn clients are suddenly unable to connect to any network resources...

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I have spent several days tearing my hair out trying to properly configure our small business switch (SG300-10p) for voice. The phones are a relatively new addition and will replace old POTS phones.Our network consists of a 1941 ISR router, the SG300-10P switch, a mac server (handing DHCP, DNS, AFP), 4 client desktops and 4 SGA525G2 IP phones. The router, server, desktops and phones all have their own connection to the switch and the second data ports on the back of the IP phones are not used. We do not have any unified comms devices for voice. Our VOIP solution is hosted by a local SIP provider, and each phone independently registers with the provider's SIP proxy over the internet.

Left almost to it’s own devices (or presumably flat, default settings on VLAN 1), this whole setup works just great. We can TFTP files, make and receive calls, and do all the usual XML stuff. Calls are crystal clear. Even the localisation and directory works. However, I’ve been told several times that to ensure good quality on VOIP calls during periods of busy traffic, I should set up some form of QoS. A Voice VLAN on the switch, I was told, is the best way to do this as it automagically gives priority to the whole voice VLAN over the normal data VLAN.

I have followed instructions in numerous manuals, articles and guides, and have managed to create the Voice VLAN, both manually and automatically (I can watch Smartport detect the phones and see the Auto Voice VLAN add the ports to the VLAN as I connect them). The trouble is, as soon as this happens, the phones lose connectivity with the rest of the network, including the DNS server and the router, and therefore the internet, causing them to lose registration with the SIP service.

I tried adding the server and router ports to the Voice VLAN and tweaking every possible combination of tagged, untagged, excluded, trunk, access, general and PVID settings I can think of (by the way, I have no idea what any of those mean). The switch is in Layer 2 mode, but adding the port connected to the router to all the VLANs does not result in internet connectivity to the phones. I have told the phones to tag frames with the VLAN ID and told them not to. I have tried upgrading firmware and I have rebooted the switch so many times I'm tired of those wretched little flashing lights.
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Default Domain                               :
PFS Enabled                                  : No
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User Authentication Enabled            : No
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