Cisco WAN :: How Many BGP Routes WS-SUP720-BASE Engine Can Handle

Jan 6, 2011

to the above question. I see the specs for the WS-SUP720-3B and 3BXL but not the WS-SUP720-BASE with the MSFC3 and PFC3A daughter cards.The 3B can handle 256,000 routes using IPv4 and the 3BXL can do 1,000,000.

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: IGMP And QoS On CAT6500 Platform With SUP720 Engine

Mar 27, 2013

I am having problems with IGMP and QoS on CAT6500 platform with SUP720 engine.The problem is, it seems that all IGMP packets are getting marked with DSCP 48 when sent out of the switch regardless of any input service policy. I found several articles saying that PFC QoS does not apply to IGMP packets. However in IOS 15 that should be possible, but I didn't get it to work there either. [code]

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: Is WS-SUP720-BASE Supported In 6509-E Chassis

Nov 29, 2010

I have a heck of a time finding this kind of information on the cisco site...Is the WS-SUP720-BASE line card a fully supported module in the 6509-E chassis?

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Security / Firewalls :: Base Filtering Engine Cannot Be Found

May 20, 2012

I have currently downloaded Norton Anti-virus and came up with the error 5013,3. I have tried to follow the steps to fix this error, but now come up with the error that the Base Filtering Engine cannot be found. How do I find this and install again?

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Cisco WAN :: EIGRP 101 - Prefer External Routes Versus Internal Routes?

Apr 8, 2011

Is there a way in EIGRP to prefer external routes versus internal routes. EIGRP always picks up internal routes as long as they are available, no matter if external routes have better metric. Our Scenario is that we have DMVPN hub and spoke topology running EIGRP 101. The Core routers also on EIGRP 101 prefer EIGRP 101 routes. We have the new MPLS network running BGP and redistributing these BGP routes into EIGRP 101. The core routers prefer EIGRP 101 routes (internal) to redistributed BGP (external) routes.

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: Feature Set LAN Base / Lite (2960) And LAN / IP Base (3650X)?

Mar 28, 2012

1)For 3650X I found some contradiction in the Q&A about feature set LAN Base vs IP Base:

LAN Base: Can I do static IP routing ?
LAN Base: SVI => is this for intervlan routing ?
2)For 2960, there are 2 flavors (LAN lite and LAN BASE) Q: Can I do static routing on one of these flavors ?

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: Downgrade 3750X With IP Base To LAN Base For Stacking

May 6, 2012

I have a WS-C3750X-12S-S (IP Services) that I THINK I'd like to downgrade to LAN Base so I can stack it with a WS-C3750X-48T-L that is already LAN Base..

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: 2960 Switch LAN Base To IP Base

Nov 14, 2011

can we upgrade 2960 switch  from Lanbase IOS to IPbase

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Cisco WAN :: 891 Can Handle 50Mbps Up / Down

May 8, 2013

I have a ISR 891 (no-wifi) router that I have been using on a 20Mbps x 20Mbps fiber circuit.  It was been performing just fine.  I am upgrading the curcuit to 50Mbps x 50Mbps soon, and I wanted to check if this router can handle that much load.
I don't do anything fancy with the router, just plain old routing (I have a firewall behind it).
Do you think the 891 can handle 50Mbps up/down, and if not what would you recommend for this new setup of 50x50Mbps.

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Cisco VPN :: 1841 How Many Vpn Tunnels Will It Handle

Jun 5, 2011

I have read that the cisco 1841 can handle up to 100 VPN tunnels by default. Can this IOS version handle SSL VPN tunnels as well?

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Cisco VPN :: Does The 867w ISR Router Handle BGP

Aug 3, 2011

I am trying to set up a VPN between my Cisco 867w device and the Amazon EC2 VPC solution. Amazon have stated that the Cisco ISR routers of IOS 12.4t and above should work, but when trying to input the config generated form the Amazon system into the router, the BGP config lines are not recognised. Does this router support BGP?

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Cisco WAN :: How To Handle Non-overlapping Subnets With ASA 5520

Nov 25, 2011

Our IPS has given us a second range of IPs as we were running out.  Unfortunately, they can only give us two non overlapping range.  I am running two ASA 5520 in fail over to handle our traffic but I don't know the best way to use both external ranges.  This is not a failover scenario -- and I need outward facing servers on both ranges.  It is adventageous to us to keep the two external subnets separating two of our operations so we don't want to bring everything into one subnet (long story).I have one NIC designated outside that will need to cater for both wans.  As there are two subnet there are two gateways.  How do I keep the traffic on track?

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Cisco :: How Many Client Requests AP1252G-E-K9 Can Handle

Jul 17, 2012

how many clients simultaneously associate with Cisco AP 1252G.. right now when I try to connect more thn 25 rest unable to access the AP. Clients (smart phones plus laptops) are using  802.11b/g standard.

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How Can A Computer Handle 1Gbps Internet

Apr 5, 2013

I was wondering how this would work if your hard drive can't write at 1Gbps. How exactly would this work? Like mine only goes 35.03MBps which isn't even half a Gb per second.

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Cisco IOS Upgrade - Pumkin Can't Handle Size Of File

Mar 24, 2011

I am currently trying to upgrade a 2800 series router to the latest IOS. I have loads of space on the router but the issue seems to be that Pumkin can't handle the size of the file. Keeps failing and saying that I might want to increase my block size. I increased it to the maximum size but still didn't work.

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Cisco WAN ::1841 Routers Handle 45Meg Connection?

Apr 28, 2009

This is only a small portion of our network but my question is, can these 1841 routers handle a 45Meg connection?  I thought these routers were designed for T1/E1 type speeds.  I know I saw a router performance document somewhere that showed 1841's could handle 38.4MB of traffic and that is only with routing turned on.  If anything else is enabled, like access lists, NetFlow or whatever, that number will decrease because of the capacity of the router.  Am I correct in these statements?  Any document or anything else that shows performance of these routers? 

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Cisco Switches :: SG500-28P Does Not Handle NLB In Unicast Mode

Apr 8, 2013

We have a problem with NLB on a SG500-28P which is a major issue for us.
I am investigating a problem together with Microsoft Support about a download/upload performance issue with a Microsoft Forefront TMG array which is connected to a single SG300-28P. Àpparently this issue exist on every NLB array we implement. I am now at the point we asume the SG500-28P does not handle NLB in unicast mode very well.
We have a network topology as shown below:Please note the actual public IP Addresses are hidden and the internal IP Addresses are diffrent, for security reasons.
Our SG500-28P is configure in L3 mode. It hosts three subnets you see above. The two TMG servers are configured with NLB (in unicast mode) on the Internal Network and External Network interface. It is connected to the internet and our internal network. These TMG Servers are in fact Edge Servers. Our other servers and client are in a different VLAN. The default gateway flows through this NLB Cluster [].
Problem: When a client uses its default to connect to the internet the performance is very and very slow. With an internet connection of 10/10 we get 10/2. With an internet connection 100/100 we only get 7/1!.
Now we have tried everyting we can imagine. I can't write down all, because that would be a lot. One thing is worth notice; When we move the client to the same VLAN as the NLB Cluster and the client uses as its default gateway, the problem still exists. But... when the client uses as its default gateway the performance is outstanding 95/95! Apparently if traffic for the NLB Cluster is routed through the SG300-28P the performance drops like a rock.
I have never seen this before with SG300 series switches, although this environment is different. Normally I would configure NLB in multicast mode. But the switch does not allow to add static ARP entries for multicast MAC Addresses.I know NLB in unicast mode introduces switch flooding and such. But why does the SG500 not handle this right? Is there anything I can do about it?

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Which Model Of Unmanaged Switch Can Handle 400-700 Client?

Sep 27, 2012

May i know which model of unmanaged switch can handle 400-700 client? i am currently design a hostel network.and my client will be about max 400-700 user, actually is 400 client, because maybe some of the client will connect their ipad and etc at the same time when they suffering the web.

i am gonna using Peplink Manage 580 which support 5 WAN ports.because my country ISP just provide max 20Mbps internet service to business. that's why i want a load balancer that support 5 WAN ports.i plan to use 5 line which is 20Mbps each and connect to the 5 WAN ports.after connect to Peplink balancer, there is only 1 Gigabit LAN port to let me to connect to the switch.

And i need a at least 40 port of switch which all the 40 LAN cable will connect to TP-link AP.mean that all my client is using WIFI to access to the network. And i don't have much knowledge about networking, so i wish to use and unmanaged switch which able to handle 400-700 clients.any plug and play unmanaged network switch (at least 40 port) introduce?

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Home Network :: Router Can't Handle Traffic?

May 12, 2011

So a BT home hub is a very cheap router, so it seems. And - if you connect a quite a lot of eq to this router, it starts crashing. "It can't handle the traffic.". But what does that mean? Why can it handle the traffic for a while and after a few days it can't anymore. And lets say - some of the eq doesn't really work on the external network, it works on the internal network, and it doesn't need the internet to work for proper functionality. So - what is important then? Which specifications are the important ones?

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How Many Devices Can Century Link Router Handle

Nov 19, 2012

How many devices can my century link modem/router handle? i have 2 iphone 4s's a Mac and 2 ps3's is this to much for it? i have a desktop pc that stays wired in.

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Can't Handle 450 Mbps Wireless Connection

Mar 24, 2011

I know that this Router of D-Link DIR-655 can't handle 450 Mbps Wireless Connection.

What is the newest D-Link Router available that can handle 450 Mbps Wireless Connection? Does the Network Wireless Adapters need to be change to achieve this?

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Cisco Switching/Routing :: 6509 How Vss Handle Loss Of Switch

Dec 11, 2012

How a 6509 pair handles the loss of the other vss switch, and what happens when the other comes back on ?

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Cisco Routers :: RV120W - Pass VPN Request To LAN Server To Handle It?

Mar 6, 2012

I want to pass my client VPN request to MS Win Server 2003 - on FW I forwarded port for PPTP service to my server address, but on client side I get an error 619. On Cisco RV120W I have Site-to-Site VPN tunnel which works fine, PPTP server on Cisco is disabled. What should I do to pass VPN request to my LAN server to handle it?

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Cisco WAN :: 7600 - QoS On Sup720?

Oct 16, 2012

I have a strange QoS problem with one Cisco7600 (sup7203BXL, IOS 12.2(33)SRE6).
This is layer 2 traffic,and all ports are L2 dot1q trunks:
1) Packet comes with DSCP 46 on Gigabit port (WS6728-SFP) with "mls qos trust dscp" configured. It goes out the port of the same card/slot with DSCP 0.
2) packet comes with DSCP 46 on different Gigabit port on the same card/slot with "mls qos trust dscp" and also "mls qos vlan-based" configured. It qoes out out the port with DSCP 46.
Why the switch behave differently if "mls qos vlan-based" is configured on port (or to say it works correct since it doesn't override DSCP)?
I have global command "mls qos rewrite ip dscp" since this 7600 is also MPLS PE router and I found in documentation that "mls qos rewite ip dscp" is mandatory for QoS on MPLS (EXP bits). So I can't turn off "rewrite ip dscp". Again the problem that I presents is L2 problem not MPLS (MPLS is used for different traffic).
Also mls qos mappings are ok COS to DSCp are 5 to 46 and vice versa.
Furthermore, as far as I know if I have configured "mls qos trust dscp" on Gigabit ethernet port, switch (7600) should work in this order:

- make internal DSCP from packet DSCP

- since I don't have configured DSCP mutation DSCP should stay the same (46)

- using map DSCP - COS ( 46 -5 ) switch will choose queue on outgoing interface in regards to mapped COS

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Mar 9, 2011

I have a bandwidth-intensive video conferencing device connected to a router. I have forwarded all the necessary ports to the device (and I have even tried DMZ) but the device is unable to connect to some servers due to "NAT issues". The device uses lots of ports simultaneously to connect and I am wondering maybe possibly the router can not handle the number of open ports. The ISP only blocks port 25 which the device does not use. Could it be that the ISP limits the number of ports that are in use? Or maybe the ISP limits the amount of bandwidth that can pass through certain ports?

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Sep 30, 2012

is this network able to handle wifi 200 clients?Load balancing QNO FQR7110[URL]Access point: TP-LINK 300Mbps Wireless N Range Extender (TL-WA830RE)[URL].My client is all students... and all of them will connect to the internet by using Wireless connection.So i estimate 12APs for them.. each access point will have around 17 clients...and the 6 APs will be connect to 1 HP 1910 Switch Series 8 ports switch...*Note: the switch is Smart managed switch, but im not going to setup it.. i will just plug and play..May i know it is suitable to use that model of device to setup the network with 200 clients?The load balancer and switch it is enough Processor and RAM?

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Sep 12, 2011

I have router TP-link WR1043ND which cant handle more than 22 users?

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Mar 1, 2012

How much load (DATA) cat-6 cable can handle over a length of 100 meters?

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WRT54GV6 With DD-WRT / Can't Handle Amount Of Traffic That Network Generate

Dec 16, 2010

As of late, I've been pretty unsatisfied with my WRT54GV6 with DD-WRT. It just can't handle the amount of traffic that my network generates now. I was considering building an Untangle or pfsense box and wanted to know if drivers or performance were an issue.

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Nov 25, 2012

before I open a TAC case: How does Cisco Prime NCS handle the device licenses for stack of 3750 switches? Just one device license for the stack or a license for every physical switch in the stack? I can't find a answer on the Cisco website, but maybe one of you knows it from a deployment you have done..

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Cisco WAN :: 2911 - Physical Single RJ45 Port To Handle Multiple WAN IPs?

Nov 7, 2011

I am learning the 2911 router. Is there a way to set a physical single RJ45 port to handle multiple WAN IPs? Or do I need to buy a port expansion module.

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Cisco WAN :: 2921 Handle 100mbps Connection Plus Operate BGP With Partial Updates

Mar 1, 2013

Can a Cisco 2921 handle a 100mbps connection plus operate BGP with partial updates? I am worried about the CPU.                  

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Cisco Routers :: Wag120n How ADSL Modem Handle Incoming Sip Calls

Feb 14, 2013

I have a Cisco wag120n adsl modem. I am setup with a SIP provider, so all my incoming and outgoing calls use SIP.So my question is, how does my ADSL modem handle incoming SIP calls,e.g the SIP call comes in and reaches my adsl modem. Then, how does the modem find the actual port that has my ATA adaptor (analog phone) or CME router attached  ? I know port forwarding would handle this, but I am not actually using any configured port forwarding rules.

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