Couldn't Establish Connection With Server Of Service Provider
Aug 28, 2012
My modem with single network connectivity (Type I) works fine. I tried to replace with Type II modem (with wifi- and 4 or more ports) for connectivity. I could not establish connection with the server of the service provider. I tried to replace with a different type of typeII modem. Still the same. What could be the reason?I connected the same in a different workplace to a different PC.
customer provide quite large network with dot1x deployment - there is dual ACS5.3 servers for authentication Wired, VPN and WiFi access. Users (and computers) are mostly authenticated against Active Directory - there are several AD servers in the network.I found there is tens of cases every day with error message:24401 Could not establish connection with ACS Active Directory agent.This happens in random day and night time regardless on current authentication load. how to diagnose this more deeply? Or where to look for – is it problem with internal communication with AD Agent or is the problem in communication AD agent to AD servers? How is solved redundancy in case one AD server is not accessible – as there is no such setting in the AD connection configuration in ACS.
I have currently a Cisco 3600 router, it has three interfaces (all ethernet interfaces only).We being a client, our requirement is, we want two links one being the primary and one secondary for the fail over.My ISP has done certain configurations, but I am so puzzled what really has been done. I asked with them and they told that they have provided us one public IP 22.214.171.124 via Fibre--> Media Converter-->Ethernet 0/0.At the same time, they have given us a pool of addresses of the network 126.96.36.199/29 through the interface Ethernet 2/1.And we have used all the available public IPs in the server farm.They have told that, for the failover purpose via wireless, they have even used an IP address 188.8.131.52/25.
Now, where my confusion lies is, cant they provide the pool address via fibre? What is the significance of the ip that has been provided via fibre? What actually is its purpose? Isn't it consuming an extra interface ?Cant we have both the primary and secondary link excluding that one additional process?Or, am not understanding the real working mechanism how ISP distribute the internet?
"The service provider in your current location is restricting access to the InternetYou need to log on with the service provider before you can establish a VPN session. You can try this by visiting any website with your browser."We are using an Internal IP....and the external, same resultI am the IT Admin and this was working last week till I upgraded to the newer anyconnect. Internet is just fine....I am at a loss.
My folks have Time Warner (Roadrunner) Internet service. They power-down their Dell every night. When they shut down last night they had no problems and were running Time Warner (Roadrunner). When they booted the computer this morning the computer is trying to connect to Adelphia.
They changed nothing. The wiring to the computer was not compromised in any way.
Time Warner tried to "ping" their modem and could not "see" the modem. They think it is a line problem - but the fact that the computer is looking to connect to an alternate service provider makes me think that it is possibly a problem with a setting in the computer.
I have Windows 2008 server running isa server with dedicated ip (which I take from my Internet Service Provider ISP) running my website, if my internet connection is down my website is not accessible from outside world.How can I switch to another ISP using same dedicated ip address when my ISP connection is down?
Is this a wired or wireless connection issue? Both Who is your Internet Service Provider (ISP)? Comcast..What type of Broadband connection are you using? Cable..What is the exact Make and Model of your Modem, Router or Modem/Router Combo - (Main)Netgear WNR3700v2 / WNR2000v3(secondary) My current setup is the 3700 router is taking the internet from the modem cat5e and spewing the wireless. I would like to have the secondary router use the wireless from router 1 as the internet source and push the internet out of the 4 hardline ports so I can plug my upstairs xbox 360 into the router via cat5e. I'm just kinda new to this and still learning so I'm not sure how to configure the router to do this. I can get into the settings of the router just fine but finding the right settings to tweak is a little difficult.
I have cisco 1841 router in my office.In that router we configured MPLS bgp with two different service provider. [code] We can't able to use the different service provider at the sametime.Cisco 1841 is support two different AS ???
I have WAG120N and I want to use ssh tunneling to browse the net.In windows, I have to use a software like putty or xShell to establish a ssh connection to remote server.It works perfectly and I don't have any problem with it.The problem occurs when I want to use this ssh account in linux.At first,connection established without any problem or error.After 2-3 minutes it seems ssh dies and no data transmitted through ssh tunnel.I tried this with Symphony ADSL modem(Wired only) and I have no problem with it.I want to know if there's any specific problem or configuration for WAG120N to solve this problem?I like this modem/router and I don't want to sell it and buy any other modem/ router.I have to mention that usually I use wired connections to WAG120N,but at some cases I need to use its wireless features.
I am trying to confgure a L2L VPN tunnel to a service provider using an ASA 5505.My problem is that the service provider will not accept traffic from a LAN subnet, they will only accept traffice from a public IP.We have a small public subnet of x.x.x.50/255.255.255.248, our public IP (outside interface IP on the ASA 5505) is x.x.x.50 and the service provider wants to see traffic coming from us on x.x.x.51How can I NAT our LAN subnet (10.0.0.0/24) to one public IP (x.x.x.51)?
I have a RVS4000 with client VPNs setup and have created all 5 users......trouble I run into is that when one of the users attempts to connect to the VPN from a second device (ie the sixth device to connect to the VPN), the connection does not establish....cannot ping remote server (using QuickVPN). In looking at the logs, the device that isn't working is getting a different IP (172.16 vs 192.168). I know I'm limited to 5 users, but am I limited to 5 devices as well?
Region : Austria Model : TL-MR3420 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP : orange.at
When I first installed the router I used the built-in provider settings for "ONE" which used to be the name of the provider before it was taken over by orange.at. It seemed to work fine but I experienced some funny server errors with certain web services. I contacted orange.at about this and they told me to adjust the provider settings in the router as follows:
Dial number: *99# APN: fullspeed
The reason for the problems was that they use different proxy servers for their services and applications. Now it works fine (so far).
If I have a wireless network set up with the Linksys E1000 using one internet provider and then change the internet provider service to someone else, do I have to reset up the network or is it simply a matter of connecting the new internet service to the router?
So I have a 2600 that I have configured three sub interfaces on. FA0.0.1 is set for DHCP and supports VLAN 1. FA 0/0.2 for Voice, FA 0/0.3 for Data. I have this router interface plugged into FA 0/24 on my 3550 and the 3550 is configured as a dot1Q trunk (I have attached configs for RTR and SW).I have most ports configured as access VLAN 1 which is where i have my ISP connection plugged FA0/1 on the 3550. When I connect the service provider link FA0/0.1 never picks up an address. If I take my internal DHCP server and connect it to FA0/1 of the 3550 it snags an address almost immediately.In my mind this validates that my config is fine. I also took the same cable from the service provider cable modem and connected it to my laptop and the laptop is pulling DHCP.
I have an issue with a Cisco 4900M switch with a WS-X4908-10G-RJ45 half card. The link connection between a 10Gbase-T server nic and the switch does not establish, i believe it is an auto negotiation problem. The link fluctuates constantly between connected and disconnected when set to auto negotiate. When the 10G half card port groups are configured for 1G connections it does the same. If i hard code the server nic to 1G the link remains up when the port group is at 1G. If i hard code the server nic to 10G the link stay down, i don't think the port speed and duplex can be hard coded on the switch end. I have tried updating the drivers on the server as well as diagnostic tests on the nic, which passed. The 4900M IOS code is version 15.0.2-SG2. If i plug a laptop into the 1G configured port the switch and the laptop negotiate at 1G. Also, i believe, if the 10G server nic is plugged into another 1G only switch the link auto negotiates to 1G as normal. The server nic is an INTEL Server Adapter AT 10G, which became end of life in 2009. I believe the half card came out in 2010.
We have multiple sites that are linked via MPLS (L3) circuits. We have good size circuits for Internet at two main sites (HQ and QC) and smaller sites come to HQ site to go to internet. We are running ospf (Cisco L3 switches) with service provider (ME3400) at these two main sites and service provider then redistributes routes back into MPLS via BGP and then smaller sites ME3400 learn these routes. i am injecting default routes from HQ and QC, but Telco is only redistributing default from HQ. So large pipe Internet at QC is not being used effeciently. Also if MPLS at HQ fails, then we are told, we need to call Telco and they will make change in their network to now start distributing default from QC.it was my understanding that telco can use BGP communities and advertize one default as prefered and second with higher cost, so that failover can occur automatically. And that they can also set up so that west cost sites use HQ and east cost sites can use QC for going to internet, but they say it is not possible.it the least, can I do something like this at my end for failover for internet, in case MPLS at HQ goes down (soon we will be setting up a point to point VPN tunnel between HQ and QC so that MPLS failure at HQ will trigger advertisement of HQ routes over tunnel via QC into MPLS, so other sites can then come to HQ thru QC over this tunnel. At QC Cisco router (to detect loss of default route from HQ and then start advertizing default from QC)
router ospf 1 default-information originate always route-map From_HQ exit ip access-list standard From_HQ
I have a port on 7600 connecting via Single Mode Fibre to my service provider. Service provider has 1000-Full with auto-negotiate. I am seeing following output on my 7600. [code] if this interface is only capable of doing 1000Mb, how come it is showing 100-Full. If I change to nonegotiate option (both my side and provider side), link goes down. My provider has confirmed they have 1000Full their side.
I have a Time Warner modem/router. There are a ton of different devices constantly being connected/disconnected to our router - itouches, computers, smartphones etc.
The problem started with my otherwise super reliable HP g42 (i3) laptop. Nothing would solve the issue other than recovering it back a few days to when the issue wasn't happening. But then it would happen again after a few days. All other devices would connect without issue.
Time warner's technical troubleshooting consists of "unplug the router for 10 seconds and then plug it back in. Did that work?"
So now, my son gets his first computer and I bring it home last night. Also an HP (pavillion -i3). Same deal. At first, it connects fine and dandy. Then after about 2 hours it get the ol' "won't connect - diagnose the problem?" After diagnose, it says "DNS server may not be available.
Here's the thing: Both computers connect immediately and without issue to my smartphone wireless tether.
We have 6 brnaches configured with NAC Module in Cisco 2821 ISR router. The WAN link being used to connect all the branch to the HQ CAM is via WIMEX wireless Broadband. The bandwidth is 2MB.OOBVG is the mode used. All branches were working well last 1 year. Last month it is suddently disconnected from the CAM.I opened the TAC. Cisco history of TAC experience, We have total 6 TAC enginners tried one by one still the problem not resolved. The following are the findings
1. Timing is accurate between CAS-CAM 2. Shared secret key correct 3. SSL temp certificate ok also image being used it 4.6.1. 4.Tcpdump from both CAM and shows some initial packet drops of 10 sec with the below CAM log
I believe that NAC is not a matured products and the problem like this even by Cisco TAC can not solve.
I have about 50m between switches. When using Cat6 I could not get a connecting between switches but when I use Cat 5E I get a connection. The switches are D-Link DGS-1210-10P switches. Why do the Cat6 which is suppose to be superior to Cat 5 not getting a connection.
we are charter High speed customers and just recently upgraded are connection speedHowever today my sisters netbook wireless connection stopped working. My DS wifi connection is also dead now In the past the the wireless network name was wifi-****** but now its called wireless and the wep key no longer works
ASA-5510, inside, outside, and some DMZ.Some services published with Static NAT - no problem.Now we need to add a second outside connection, with a second provider.Internet navigation only through the first provider (default gateway to the provider router "A").I need to publish some services ALSO through the second provider, ensuring the accessibility of both public IP addresses.I can set up the second NAT on the second interface, but the answer is ONLY to the first IP (the ISP "A", where I have the default gateway).By Cisco manual, it seems that there is a "lookup route" automatic with the return route of NAT, but it does not work.
ok when i'm playing my xbox 360 my brothers sister and my dad are on computers playing games and watching netflix and i lagg alot is there any way i can get my own network connection my internet provider is century link.
I have a dual wan router with a main cable modem for high speed and a backup adsl modem hooked just in case. The problem is that quite often it seems that my ISP loose his connection to the internet but communication is not lost between my ISP and my modem and router. Because of this, my router doesn´t do the automatic changeover from my WAN 1 to my WAN 2 hooked slower ADSL modem. My router has the ping to keep alive option checked on the WAN 1 setings using my Cable ISP provided IP address.How can I force my router to notice that my cable ISP lost his connection to the internet and do right away the changeover from his WAN 1 to his WAN 2 input?
We are connected to 2 different providers (PROV01 and PROV02) with eBGP full internet tables. PROV01 routes have higher local preference over PROV02.
We are having problems with our provider and would like your expertise. PROV01, higher preference has been having trouble with their router. The BGP remains up but the router stops forwarding traffic. as a resulta we lose connection to the internet but our traffic never goes to PROV02 since PROV01 BGP remains up announcing the 400K routes to us.
Is there a way to test internet connection though PROV01 and as the "internet is DOWN" automatically change traffic to PROV02? Can BGP parameters changes be triggered by IP SLA? Our router is an ASR1006 RP2.
On my PC laptop, when we try to connect to the internet (wireless router) through firefox we get the error message"Firefox can't establish a connection to the server @ cn-us.start3.monzilla.com. When we try using Window explorer we get "Internet Explorer can't display webpage" When prompted to click on "diagnose connection problem" it states Windows did not find any problems with this computer network connection.
A couple of points... the connection indication at the bottom states the laptop is connected to the internet. (WLAN ON)I have a Mac that is connected to our internet and doesn't have any problems.We have Windows Vista on the PC laptop