I recently purchased a Zyxel PK5000Z modem from qwest, upgrading from my M1000 actiontec. My reasoning was that port forwarding was not working as part of the router on the actiontec, and the pk saved me some money on my bill. So, what I always start out doing on modem/routers is restrict DHCP to 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.10, limiting the number of devices that could connect, and I don't know if that really matters or not for this problem, but figured I would throw everything out there. So....My actual problem is that now when boot up xbox360 I get a xbox360 live "nat strict" error. I have all the ports suggested for xbox, and the particular games forwarded, and DMZ turned on to the static IP I assigned to the xbox. I started out assigning a static IP reservation in the router for the xbox (the one I set on the xbox), but soon found not needing this. I ran the firmware diagnostic tool in the utilities menu and the "encapsulation test" failed, I called qwest, they have no clue, but sounded like a level 1 dude, but he authorized a new actiontec pk5000.
I don't know if I'm saying this right but, I have two computers in my LAN hooked up by a Ethernet cables to my modem/router zyxel pk5000z we were using theses computers to play together using Game Ranger. We were having some problems connecting to game rooms with a symmetric NAT. When the port forwarding did work it would only let me open ports for one ip adress for 1 computer it seemed. How do you open ports for all computers on your LAN?
We have two Cisco 2960 TT-L switches. I'd like to reduce single points of failure and have dual servers for most tasks. For example, two firewall servers and two web servers. Should one server fail the other will act as a failover.I'd like to extend the redundancy to the switches, and am thinking of connecting one web server to one switch, and one to the other. In the event a switch failed a set of servers would still run, and be able to talk to each other.I'd like to run two VLANs, one for the LAN, and one of the WAN, and connect the two VLANs on each of the switches with the associated VLAN on the other switch.
So I use wireless internet because I don't have access to a phone jack in this room; therefore I can't use a ethernet connection.This is entirely random in nature and doesn't seem to be affected by anything I do (Disabling/Enabling firewall, forwarding the appropriate ports, creating a firewall exception and restarting modem/computer. It will be OPEN during a game, and then my wireless connection icon (signal bars) on the task tray will show a little yellow caution sign and then it will disconnect from the network, forcing me to open the list of available networks and reconnect. After this happens, my NAT will change to strict, and thus far I haven't been able to make it OPEN again. I'm at my wits ends here, nothing I do seems to have any effect at all on my NAT type.
encapsulation of routing protocols. Where exactly in the OSI, or TCP/IP for that matter, model does the data of the routing protocol fit into ? Is it encapsulated inside the transport layer segment payload ? So far from the I've gathered, that's where it should fit.
#####@@@@$$$$routing/procotocol/and/data/etc##### #-Data link header and trailer @-Network layer header $-Transport layer header.
i followed the instructions on the link and I can not for the life of me get my NAT to display OPEN or even Moderate. Always says STRICT. I have tried all the link and all the videos about forwarding ports followed all the instructions to the T. But the PS3 in the DMZ. And still, Nothing. It's BS.
I've been studying my inter-vlan routing , mainly in this case routing on a stick. I noticed through packet tracer that the 2960 switch doesn't allow for the '(config-if)#switchport trunk encapsulation' command, but the L3 3560 switch will.I am very concerened about this since VLANs are a main topic. What perspective will Cisco be seeing this from for the CCNA exam, I test in 12 days. I have embedded a packet tracer screen shot for more information in case I didn't word this right (which happens all the time to everyone it seems like in NW'ing now and then if not alot).
I have a Linksys E3200 and it is connected to the internet by Ethernet cable. Like that is what my ISP gave me. No DSL line or anything like that, just straight up Ethernet cable. I went from having slow internet and connecting to everyone to fast internet and cannot connect to anyone, only when someone that has a open NAT to host it for me even to connect. I have tried DMZ, port forwarding, disabling UPnP and enabling it. Also I can't connect to any of my friends that have the same ISP as me.
Region : Canada Model : TL-WR740N Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
I'm having a problem with my PlayStation and Xbox online gaming. my NAT types are too strict to play some games at all and when i set up my network connection i have a NAT type 3. I am not very handy with networking to fix my problem.
I Have a WRT160Nv2 and I am trying to get my nat to become unstrict for xbox live. I have tried port fowarding that has not worked. I tried this site [URL] and that didnt work(I only have one xbox 360 btw). Nothing has worked for me and every time I mess with something it screws up the internet so I have to set it up to the previous defaults. I know how to access my router I just need to know what to enable, disable, or add to the router.
I am looking at upgrading our 4503 to the 4507R+E. Just going through the configurations and a couple of commands seemed to have dropped off this release.
1. I can no longer specify encapsulation type on a trunk. Does the 4507 auto sence encapsulation and apply it dynamically? 2. I had dscp trust configuration as below on the 4503, whats the equivilent on the 4507?
I am trying to setup a cisco 2600 router that will be used to connect to a Qwest internet T1. I will have a Cisco ASA firewall behind the router so that I can build a site to site VPN tunnel. Qwest requires PPP encapsulation. The Lan side network is 10.2.0.0/16. Qwest gave me their serial IP address and my serial ip address which was I used to configure the route. The ethernet interface was configured for the local Lan side subnet and i natted both the inside and outside interface of the router. I am not sure if this is correct. How do I configure the router so that I can use one of the available public IP Addresses as the outside interface of the ASA?
Here is the config of the router:
version 12.2no parser cacheno service single-slot-reload-enableservice timestamps debug uptimeservice timestamps log uptimeno service password-encryption!hostname cedar!logging rate-limit console 10 except errorsenable secret 5 xxxxxxxxxxenable password xxxxxx!ip subnet-zeroip audit notify logip audit po max-events 100no ip dhcp-client network-discoverycall rsvp-syncinterface FastEthernet0/0description Lan Interfaceip address 10.2.1.1 255.255.255.0ip nat insideno ip route-cacheno ip mroute-cachespeed autofull-duplexno mop enabled!interface Serial0/0ip address 65.121.x.x 255.255.255.252ip nat outsideencapsulation pppfair-queueservice-module t1 clock source internalservice-module t1 timeslots 1-24!ip nat inside source list 1 interface Serial0/0 overloadip classlessip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 65.121.x.x (qwest serial IP address)ip http serverip http authentication local!access-list 1 permit 0.0.0.0 255.255.0.0
I'm using a Thomson Technicolor 587nV3. I need to change my NAT status from strict to open. So I can play MW3 online and connect to my friends online games and so I can host multiplayer matches. I have windows 7 laptop to do any of the steps required. I've tried to bind my routers cone through Winscript but without any luck perhaps I done it wrong
enable dot1q encapsulation on two ethernet ports on a 1721 router. I am able to configure it on the built in fastethernet port, but not on any interface provided by a WIC-1ENET or a WIC-4ESW. I have an application that requires two physical ethernet ports that support dot1q encapsulation.
I have a Catalyst 4500 L3 Switch Software (cat4500e UNIVERSAL-M), Version 03.02.00.XO RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2). So I just wanted to verify that the switch only does dot1q encapsulation because the switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q command does not work.
I've buy a SRP500 Series Router (ADSL 2+).My ISP need RFC1483 Routed with LCC encapsulation type but this router dont have this type of encapsulation available in WAN settings. What can i do to use this device with my ISP adsl connection ?
we have an ASR1002 running zone-based-firewall with 2 zones:
I have a common ZFW-configuration on that interfaces, e.g.
<code> class-map type inspect match-any pass_cmap_in match access-group name pass-ipv4-in ! class-map type inspect match-any ph_cmap_in match access-group name ph-ipv4-in
There is some basic stuff in the Access-Lists; direction ph-ipv4-in contains basically "permit ip any any" and ph-ipv4-out contains some permits for certain services, but nothing else. The pass-ipv4-in/out ACL contains particularly the udp-500/4500-stuff as well as gre/esp/ah.
The xconnect is only built up correctly when I configure the interface in the zone_outside. The destination for the xconnect is an ASR9k. If I do not configure the zone on the L2VPN-Interface, only arp-packet are allowed to tgo through the tunnel.
The L2VPN connects a branch office to the network of "PH". Now the trouble starts: when they are putting a host in the branch office, DHCP via the L2VPn works fine, they can ping anything from the branch office-PC in their local network and reach all internal servers etc.
BUT if they want to go to a destination outside their network, it will not work properly. For example, the branch-office-PC can ping 22.214.171.124 fine, but when they try to connect to a website, e.g. www.google.com, they run into a timeout. Netstat says, that the http-syn is sent, but no ack is received.
whereas x.y.225.250 is the PC connected via L2VPN in the branch office to their local lan. When they put the same machine in their local lan directly behind the router (without l2vpn) everything works fine. When I switch off the firewall on the Gi0/0/0-Interface, the PC from the branch office also reaches its destination, so for me it looks like the firewall inspects the traffic going via Gi0/0/1 and L2VPN, what in my opinion, it should not do....
I'm setting up a new 4900m running cat4500e-ipbase-mz.122-53.SG5.bin. I'm attempting to create Port-Channels as a Trunk for uplink to a 4503 running cat4500-ipbase-mz.122-37.SG1.bin.When I attempt the command "switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q" it errors out.
I am trying to configure a 4507 R chassis with Dual SUP but i cannot see teh switchpot mode trunk encapsulation dot1q?
I have typed:
interface GigabitEthernet5/1 description DOWNLINK toxxxxxx switchport mode trunk channel-group 11 mode on ! I have have searched all other commands and sub-commands but could only find dot1q-tunnel which I beleive is for QINQ or some QoS featues and lot for L2 encapsulations?
the puzzling is:
XXX-Core4507#sh int gi5/1 trunk
Port Mode Encapsulation Status Native vlan Gi5/1 off 802.1q notrnk-bndl 1 (Po11)
when I connect the dostribution switch a 3507 to this int gi 5/1, both interfaces do come up?
I can't tracert or ping certain websites or servers for games.Before I go on, no I wasn't doing this because of DDoS-ing. I was doing this so that I could find an exact latency number for a gaming server. Now, to continue.What I mean is if I try to ping this server, the session will timeout no matter what the millisecond limit is (using CMD)
Ping: Pinging (IP Host Name) [IP] with 32 bytes of data Request Timed Out Request Timed Out Request Timed Out Request Timed Out
Why does this happen? I am pretty sure this is a security tactic used to stop DDoS-ing, but why does it not matter how long I allow the tracert or ping to run? I really want to understand this so I can understand how people don't get traced as well as don't get DDoS-ed. I didn't put any of the IP's just to keep it anonymous. If you really need the host IP, I will supply it, but I will not supply the tracert IP's.
Cisco 891 configuration Details: [code] I could connect to the Giga bite thernet wan, based on above configuration.When I test on FastEthernet8 for the secondary ISP connection it will not go through the internet.
I have problems in the following scenario. I attached an image with a summary diagram of the network in question. The problem is that on the 3rd floor of the site users connect via wireless fail to connect and receive an IP. But they can not navigate. The second and first floor itself. As you see in the diagram are 3 routers, one per floor. The first is the only router that provides DHCP the other two routers are as simple Access Points.
my computer cannot access Internet at all. It finds all the wireless routers and can connect to them, but says that the router cannot access Internet. However, it can. All other devices connected to the router have full Internet access. I've tries rebooting computer, rebooting router, reconnecting to router, reinstalling wireless Internet driver, but still nothing
I have a problem with another computer in the household. To get to this forum, I tried to use my son's computer (he is at college and has not used it in a while) and it shows the wireless is connected, if I click on his weatherbug, it comes up with the current temps, time, etc, but if I try to open any browser (ie, ff, or chrome) it will not connect.
I have just started my installation of Prime 1.2. I have the OVA loaded (NCS-APL.126.96.36.199-K9) and I went through all of the setup. I have the webpage loaded but unable to get past the Root login. I then tried to change the password using the "ncs password root password password" command but get the error message "Execution failed: Cannot find user: root". I have seen some people talking about the wrong OVA file but that was for Version 1.1 I think.