Cisco WAN :: How Many Private Networks 2800 Supports
Oct 29, 2011
i have two cisco 2800 routers , and i have three different networks , so can cisco routers supports more than one private network example,My First location i have one public connection of 200.100.100. 1 and private network of 192.168.1.x network and the second router i have one public connection of 18.104.22.168 and two private networks of 192.168.50.x and 192.168.60.x , So can i route my first location to this two different networks , because my router have only two FastEthernet connection , so how it's possible or not.
i have Cisco 5505 and i configured a remote VPN clients. here is my scenario
Cisco switch 2950 === holds two private network 192.168.8.x and 192.168.4.x
vlan 2 outside interface - Eth 0/0 155.155.155.x
Vlan 1 inside interface -- Eth 0/1 192.168.8.180
VPN pool ip address = 192.168.8.100 --110
I drag i cable from my Cisco switch and put in to Eth0/1. and i want to access this two private networks 192.168.4.x and 192.168.8.x . Now i can access to 192.168.8.x . But i can't access 192.168.4.x ..
I have two private networks and want/need to route traffic between them. I also have an ISP connection and want/need to provide internet to at least one of the private networks. Providing internet access to both is not required or desired.
Can this be accomplished with an RV042? If so, how?
P.s. The problem space, once again, in a non-narrative form with some addresses thrown in:
Private Network A: 192.168.200.0/24 Private Network B: 10.50.3.96/27 ISP Network C: 192.168.0.0/24 192.168.0.1GW 192.168.0.2 is WAN1 address on RV042
I have a new customer that needs to send data to us occasionally, we normally install the Cisco VPN Client on their PC, but this customer has the same private network we do.
I know this could be done with NAT Policy on my ASA 5510 with a site-to-site VPN, but the customer does not want to change the network hardware or addressing. They have cable router with no VPN capability, and they don't want to spend any more money on this project.
Can this work if their are no duplication of IP addresses?
how to redistribute routes between three independently managed private networks.
Currently: See attachment The two buildings managed by Company 1 are connected by 4x1GB fibre channel ports on Cisco 3750G Standard Image switches. Static routing is used between the two building and static routes are used to direct traffic to Company 2 and Company 3 via routers managed by their respective companies. No NAT is required as all three companies use separate private address schemes.
Network Improvements: See attachment To increase network resilience Companies 2 and Company 3 are planning on installing new routers in building 2. Companies 2 and 3 use Dynamic routing protocols on their internal network. Incoming and outgoing resilience is required in all three companies. There is no direct connectivity between Company 2 and 3.
I would like the following questions answered:
1. Is dynamic routing needed in Company 1?
2. Given that only 4 devices are managed by Company 1 will RIPv2 work? NB. Company 2 and 3 have very large networks (3000+ sites).
3. Would route redistribution be best performed on Company 2 and 3’s CE routers?
4. How can route redistribution be controlled by Company 1?
We have a private network, multiple vlans etc. for our domain users/employees across several amenities. We also have a Public network, that we have managed by a 3rd party for guests/conference rooms/attendees.Private network is all static ips, mac restricted port security, as strict as possible from a security and PCI Compliance standpoint. The public network is all DHCP with hundreds of users. Having them physically separate has always been the best option. Separate switches, server, and I even have the uplinks separated on a 3825 router. However, unfortunately it seems as though that luxury is coming to an end.One of the meetings that is taking place is going to be at one of our outer amenities so I've got to push that "public" network through my network, over my backhaul to the other side.
My suggestion was to create a new vlan on the switches with the shortest path possible to get where it needs to go. This way the traffic never goes through our ASA, and it has a small footprint on our network, it plugs into the switch access port with the dedicated vlan at the entry point into our network, and leaves from an access port on the other end. To me that seems to be the best/most secure way to handle it. We're also in the process of rolling out Public Wifi through the entire property and since we'll want to push both Public and Private vlans over it....merging the two networks to a point is only inevitable. Especially since it will be going through a controller and the property covers a good 7000 acres.
A good IDS/IPS...other than already having port security on every port, I'd definitely like to know if somebody inadvertently cross connects the two networks and it starts flooding whatever vlan access port it's plugged in to with dhcp...especially since a lot of the laptop users on the domain are set to DHCP first with a static in the alternate for working at the office and remote.
Currently a network consists of two subnets, one subnet is behind a ASA and the other behind a PIX, both connecting to the ISP's routers. If the PIX is retired, is it possible to create/consolidate the two networks protected by the ASA5510 with the default gateway being the ISP?
How can two private networks be protected by the ASA5510? One conceptual way is to create the VLANS on a layer 3 switch, on the "inside" interface of the ASA. In this senario what would the "inside" network's IP address? If the above is possible, how would natting occur?
Is there an efficient configuration to protect two networks protected by the 5510, other than creating a DMZ?
Is it possible to create two private networks with same level of security, 100 on a three network interface connections?
I am looking to create an office network with each person having internet access but on a private network. however everyone will need to be able to access a communal printer. would they be able to see it if they were all on a different subnet or would i need to set up vlans?
I'm going to move offices into a shared situation with 3 companies. Each company will want its own private network so there's no snooping between companies. I am planning on using VOIP for the phone system (Nextiva cloud based). Is it possible to set up the system so that each company has access to the VOIP system but yet remains sequestered in the their own network for everything else. I was hoping to do this with one data port at each workstation using Cisco SPA-303 phones. The way I understand this, is that the phone plugs in to the data port and you daisy chain the workstation off from each phone. Is this possible to do this while having the system I described? Another wrinkle is that I'd also like all the networks to be access shared printers.
We have many remote offices that we want to add public wifi and a couple of other services that would be completely outside of our internal network. Each office has a 3750 with plenty of open ports. How can I safely create a vlan for public access on these switches which currently have our internal network on. I have read that people are doing this to save on the cost of purchasing a dedicated switch. Some people are using access lists and one person mentioned creating a private vlan for the public network. I looked up private vlan and it seemed bit confusing.
I'm currently trying to configure a Site to Site tunnel between an IOS Router and an ASA 5505 running 9.1
When the private subnet of the IOS Router was 10.0.0.0/24 and the private subnet of the ASA was 172.16.1.0/24, it connected fine.
I'm now trying to set it up where both private networks are 10.0.0.0/24, and created network objects, edited the ACL for interesting traffic, and created the twice NAT translation rule, but the tunnels aren't coming up.
There is the IOS Router(R1) and the ASA(F2). In between them is one Internet posing router that is just set up to allow both sides to reach their WAN addresses.
R1 and F2 have private network (10.0.0.0/24) and need to communicate. Twice NAT can be done all on the ASA to allow this, but I must be doing something wrong. The way I understand it, is that the R1 should see the traffic coming from 10.51.0.0/24 and sending to that traffic. The ASA will take that traffic, and the inside network should see it come inbound as 10.50.0.0/24. So the F2 private network communicates with 10.50.0.0/24 and R1 private network sends traffic to 10.51.0.0/24.
I turned on "Debug crypto ipsec" and "debug crypto isakmp" but no output is showing up or giving any hint that it is trying to establish anything.
R1#show run version 12.4 hostname R1 crypto isakmp policy 50encr 3desauthentication pre-sharegroup 2crypto isakmp key cisco address 10.2.0.254
Imagine on a 3845 router, I need to bond 2xDS1 circuits (for a Metro Private Line, point-to-point circuit). I have done that multiple times for NxT1s with MLPPP - OK.So my question is, is the card below and MLPPP valid for 2xDS1? I read all the product specification and it always mention "T1", but it does not officially say I can configure DS1.VWIC-2MFT-T1-DI#Two-port RJ-48 multiflex trunk - T1 with drop and insert
I have 2611xm router with 2 fastethernet ports. Now I want to install NM-1FX-TX module. I just want to conform that does 2611 supports NM-1FX-TX module. I am using this device for lab purpose. I am using latest IOS"
We are using Cisco 1941 Router as CPE where we wanted to trap CPU, Memory & ISYSTEM MIB. The same we are achiveing using SNMPV2 but when we tried using SNMPV3, there is no response for these MIBs.
We tried to configure SNMPV3 using below Link but still there was issue. There was response fr [URL]
Wanetd to know SNMPV3 MIB are supported for Cisco 1941 Router IOS Code universalk 15.2(3)T1 & Data License. When we tried using Cisco IOS MIB Locator, we are not able to see any MIB for SNMPV3. whats is that mean. Does this Platform + IOS Support SNMPV3 or not.
Below is the Snapshot from Cisco IOS MIB Locator for said image.
I have a small network of about 12 Mac's running OS X, about 20 or so iOS devices and a OS X Server. Currently i have a Cisco SRP547W which works fine when we're all wired in, however we have connection issues when trying to access the server over Wi-Fi. I'm lead to believe that this could be a result of the lack of support for Bonjour within the router. What might be a solid alternative?
We have a 10 MB Internet Link coming from our ISP through there MUX.The link is connected to our Router 1841.Cisco IOS Software, 1841 Software (C1841-IPBASE-M), Version 12.4(3i), RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2)From past few weeks we are facing link speed issues. It gives not more then 1-2 MB.The ISP is telling there is no Problem in there network. We have kept Default Routing pointing towards there IP.We want to know whether our router will support 10MB Internet Link or Not.
I have some questions about the size of the certifcates in ACE module (ACE20). Reading the following link: [URL]
I can verify this text: 4096 (high security, level 4) - For software release A2(2.4) and later in the ACE module and software release A3(2.6) and later in the ACE appliance, you can use 4096-bit SSL certificates in chaingroups and authgroups. You can also import public certificates and keys that are 4096 bits in length.
We intend to use a certificate (CA) with keys of 4096 bits and according to the text of wiki, it's possible.
But if I check the guide [URL]
Somebody that already use certificates with 4096 bits in ACE20 module?
i have VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1 card installed in 2821 ISR router, ios (C2800NM-SPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(25d).does this IOS supports unframed G.703 and also does this card VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1 supports unframed????
If one has internet and phone service through Cable, I know you can buy your own modems and routers, but is there a particular kind of modem you'd need to get to support VOIP for the phone?
A friend of mine has phone through Cable and her internet and phone suddenly stopped working, although her TV service is fine. We are thinking that maybe the cable company's modem is bad, so she wants to buy her own modem, but we're not sure if it needs to be a particular type of modem. I've looked around for her, but haven't found anything in modem specs stating they support VOIP. Does it matter? Or can you buy any cable modem?
We already looked at the cable providers website to see their supported modems, but they are all the same brand as the one she has that doesn't work. She already has a wireless router, which she will plug into the modem she buys, so we're only looking for answers regaring a modem.
We have a Cisco 7206 VXR Router with NPE-G2. As everybody aware that, It has got 3 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports on this. We would like to add Two more Copper Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces. The Configurator does not show any options to add that.Now we have a doubt that, Does this 7206 VXR support how many Copper Gigabit Ethernet Interface ?. There is no clear answer available in the Data Sheets.