Redirect Network Traffic Through A Point To Point Connection?
Jul 14, 2011
We have a point to point connection going from a regional office to the main office this is provided by a Service Provider. In our office we have an ISP and what we need to prevent from happening is that if the internet drops from the ISP we could somehow re-direct the internet traffic through this point to point connection and make it so that our Internet connection is pulled from the main office. is it just a matter of re-configuring?
I have a point to point 100mb line connecting SG500x switches at 2 locations, with these ports in a vlan together. I use layer 3 on the SG500x's to route between the two sites. I also have RIP protocol enabled to allow for automatic failover if the point to point fails (this works well).
I upgraded the ios to 1.30.59, and the connection now runs at a fraction of the speed. I have hard-coded the ports to run at 100mb full duplex, but I still only get around 12mb of throughput between the switches. I used to get about 90mb before. The provider also hard-coded the circuit to 100mb full duplex. The provider has checked the circuit remotely, and everything looks fine. I tested with a laptop at each side, and did get almost 70mb throughput. I would think this indicates some type of setting mismatch, but i cannot find anything.
I am using a backup vpn for now as some things look flaky as well (on vpn, I can use the web interface to access the SG500x on the opposite side, but on the point to point I cannot - I can ping the device though).
I have seen some references on here to shutting off STP on these 2 ports.
recently i just connected a non cisco ip phone(from panasonic) to Cisco 2960 POE switch at site A. The PABX system is located at site B,Site A and site B are connected using MetroE Point to point.I would like to apply QoS for voice vlan. I want to assign 2MB to the point to point connection for voice vlan.
We have two locations 10 miles apart and need connectivity between them. A local provider can run a 30MB fiber connection between the 2 sites at a very reasonable cost. We would have to provide the routers however. I have worked with Cisco routers before with T1 channelized connections but am unsure how the the fiber would connect to a Cisco router in this scenerio. I need to know how such a connection to the routers at each end would take place, specifically what WIC or whatever else would be needed. I currently have a 1760 router at each site but realize that they are old and I m,ay have to replace them with newer models.
How would I bridge a wireless connection with a distance of 400 feet? Would twoAP1262N-A-K9 be able to make this happen? Or is there another wireless bridge that you all can think of?I would be connecting one AP1262 of off a 3750g switch and at the far end (400 ft aproximately) another AP1262N-A-K9.
Currently in place ISP WISP Point to Point network would like some pointers to exceed in doing it right. Here are some issues.ISP Fiber 50 Megs down and 50 Megs up ( Working )What Router do I use? Looking at Cisco RVS4000 at JDT Site as main router I have routers at others towers using the 10.1.19.xxx address as wans setup.Do I pull out all routers and use only one from the JDT Site?
a. Due to Port forwarding
b. Lets say main Wan is 184.108.40.206 Lan 10.1.19.1
1. Site BTT router is assign address 10.1.19.33 Lan 192.168.6.1
a. Can I setup 220.127.116.11:85 to see 10.1.19.33?
My Point ot Point radio use different IP address to separate from lan address (10.1.19.xxx) Radios (10.1.119.xxx)1. Everything is working just want to re-design everything never thought I would grow this fast with in 2 years. Hope I explain this well enought. 90% of users are out in the country without high speed internet.
I have 2 data centers miles apart. They are on a Paetec MPLS. I have a Lightower point to point Ethernet link between the two data centers as well. At data center A, I have a Paetec managed router (192.168.2.1). The subnets behind that router are 192.168.2.0, 192.168.100.0 and 192.168.101.0. I also have a Cisco 1841 that is configured with fa0 addressed as 192.168.2.250 and fa1 as 10.5.5.1. Fa1 is the one end of the point to point Ethernet link to data center B.At data center B, I have a Paetec managed router (10.0.2.1). The subnets behind that router are 10.0.2.0, 10.0.100.0 and 10.0.101.0. I also have a Cisco 1841 that is configured with fa0 addressed as 10.0.2.250 and fa1 as 10.5.5.2.What I want to happen is any traffic headed from data center A destined for 10.0.100.0 or 10.0.101.0 to be routed through the point to point Ethernet link. I had Paetec add routes in their managed router to route any traffic headed for 10.0.100.0 and 10.0.101.0 to my Cisco 1841 (192.168.2.250).I wanted to do the same for traffic destined for 192.168.100.0 and 192.168.101.0 from data center B. Paetec added the appropriate routes to the router at data center B.Now, if I trace from data center A to 10.0.100.45, I see this:
1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 192.168.2.1 2 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 192.168.2.250 3 4 ms 4 ms 4 ms 10.5.5.2 4 3 ms 3 ms 3 ms 10.0.2.1
So the routing seems to be ok. However after it hits 10.0.2.1, it gets lost after that.Am I missing something? Is this a misconfiguration on Paetec’s routers?
I just bought an LG Bluray DVD player (BD390) which is unable to find the access point in my home network.My router is a WRT54G, ver. 2.2, running firmware: Ver.4.21.1. My home network uses high speed cable with two computers on the wireless network, all working with no problems.The router is on the second floor but the two computers and the new BD390 are on the first floor - about 35 feet away. I have the wirelss security set to none and use only the specific computer MAC addresses to allow connection to this network.
I found directions in the forum for a setup using the LG BD390 but with a different Linksys router. I changed the security to WPA (AES); the Beacon interval from 100 to 75; the Fragmentation Threshold from 2346 to 2304; and the RTS Threshold from 2347 to 2307. The DVD wireless connection still failed to find my network. There is a "Push button" connection feature on the BD390 setup which I tried, but the only "button" on the router I could find was in the basic wireless setting, a green icon for the wireless SSID setup. No connection was made there either.
The recommendation connection from the LG manual is for a network cable, but that would be over 50 feet and a real pain to connect, so I would prefer WiFi.
I work at a small business that has an exisiting wired network. Our setup is: Internet > ISP Box > DHCP Server > Switch > Users. I have been attempting to add a wireless router to the network to enable our shop techs to wirelessly access our file computer. I have managed to get the wireless working, but the network was not visible, I could not access any network computers from the wireless, and I could not access the wireless router from our main server. After this I screwed up the settings completely and even a wired connection to the router couldn't connect to the internet. Now I have purchased a WAP54G, but I forsee the same problems when I go to config everything tomorrow.
I have 2 cisco 1941/K9 vpn router. I have configured both with LAN ip address given by our vpn provider which is 18.104.22.168 and the other is 22.214.171.124. Both IP addresses are configured to GigabitEthernet port 0/0 on both routers.
1. Is it possible to configure our own set of ip address like 10.71.10.1 and 10.71.50.1 on the GE 0/0 port?
2. Or can we configure our own set of ip addresses (10.71.10.1 and 10.71.50.1) to GigabitEthernet port 0/1 and maintain the other ip addresses on port 0/0?
The first purpose is to have our own set of ip addresses for LAN connection and I will be able to connect or telnet whichever ip address or port is up.
I have 2 Cisco Catalyst 6509 switches connected directly using direct point to point link.The OSPF is configured for point - point link.The currently the interface is down administratively.I will unshut the port . After that i would like to know how much time will it take for the ospf to establish the neighbour relation.
I have two Cisco AP 1242G and i'm trying to configurate a Point-to-Point Bridge Configuration to connect two wired LAN. Figure 1.8 [URL] I would connect two wired networks.
I tryed two configurations: Root and Non-Root AP. This way every wired PC on the Root AP can connect to the Access points, but cannot connect to the wired PC on the Non-Root AP.AP and WGB. Even this way the wired computers on one AP cannot connect to the wired PC on the WGB. This way only the wireless client can connect to the wired network. This is my network:
Root Bridge Non Root Bridge 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2 Wired clients on the RB Wired clients on the Non RB 10.0.0.100 10.0.0.200
We have a MWR2941 (running 12.4(20)MR) router on site A and one in site B which will be connected over a Service provider L2VPN Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS) Network, with 10Mb Bandwidth allocated by the ISP. I have simulated this in the lab by directly connecting the two MWR's back-to-back via the Gig0/0 interface with configurable bandwidth of 10Mb on the Trunk interface.
The E1 TDM pseudowire end to end is working fine, with PTP configured for E1 timing/clocking. In addition I have a 2960-24PC-L switch connected on G0/2 of the MWR (on each end) configured with dot1q trunking. The switch will be used to connect two user groups in two seperate vlans (VlanA and vlanb) and transported across the same 10MB wan Link. Below are the requirements
1) Classify and mark Psuedowire packets E1-DATA coming from a E1/CEM interface and give it priority treatment over the WAN Link with reserved bandwidth of at least 4MB 2) Classify and mark Signalling/Timing PTP packets coming from PTP Vlan and give it strict bandwidth reservation over the WAN Link of 1MB 3) Classify and mark vlan A traffic coming from the 2960 Switch Trunk port (Connected to G0/2 on MWR) and give it bandwidth reservation over the WAN Link of 2MB 4) Classify and mark vlan B traffic coming from the 2960 Switch Trunk port (Connected to G0/2 on MWR) and give it bandwidth reservation over the WAN Link of 2MB
It is important that the E1 Traffic and the Signalling/Timing PTP packets are given priority and strict reservation so that it is not dropped in times of congestion. At the same time Vlan A and Vlan B need bandwidth reservation to give them their guaranteed bandwidth.
Currently I have tried applying policy map to the CEM interface. However, I am having trouble matching anything on the CEM input. Also I am having trouble applying a service-policy outbound on the gig0/0 (WAN Link). Also I can’t apply a service-policy inbound on the Gig0/2 interface with match statement. I have tried configuring input policy map to classify and mark PTP traffic (Vlan 902), but the MWR does not also allow me to attach a service-policy to the vlan interface. how to configure the MWR and have a workable QOS solution.
Is any one can configure basic Point-toPoint wireless bridge. I need to connect two simple LAN with Cisco Aironet1310 AP. I required basic configuration with basic authentication between these two devices which is on IOS "123-8.JEA3".
I reset the wap610N,after establishing connection, my iphone see my network domain but does not connect. I heard of dual band setting,how do i go about that. What must i do to establish connection with the iphone.
I have a Cisco 2921 configured with both DMVPN for remote sites and point-to-point isakmp ipsec VPN for smaller residential end-points.
The issue is, any ports that are NAT'd from the external appear filtered on the point-to-point vpn endpoints, but work fine over the dmvpn. Everything else seems to work correctly over the vpn. I have the nonat acl set up and the port forwards work fine from the external, but I'm not sure what's happening.
I have the configuration on the 2921 for reference.
I manage a wireless mesh solution (WLC 4404,126.96.36.199M (Mesh)) with some types of LAP, namelly,LAP1510, AIR-LAP1242AG-E-K9 and AIR-LAP1242G-E-K9.
We also use a freeware solution to have some graphs (collect by SNMP), namely for: Clients per AP, Noise and Interference, Channel Util, etc.
My question is about collect (by SNMP) the traffic (inOctets,outOctets) by access point, to have traffic utilization for both Radio (A and B/G) and ethernet interfaces of each access point... I can't find it on the MIBs... It´s possible?
Is it possible to run 802.1Q on a point to point Ethernet circuit between 2 Cisco ISR routers? I need to carry multiple VLANs across an ethernet WAN circuit but not sure if a Cisco router would let me do this. I can surely lab up but was looking for expert opinion on what's best aproach to carry multiple VLAN across the WAN ethernet. Plugging the circuit to a LAN switch is not an option since this is a managed WAN router.