I have the loopback cable connected from my server to the CISCO router. The router is connected to the router in the office with a crossover cable. It is connected to Lan port 4 (Linksys) and the cable is plugged in to the WAN port(CISCO).
I have one adsl modem/router which is not "top" of the line and it lack allot of options which I need. I was able to acquire one Cisco router recently which has all options that I need ( like DMZ, VPN, port forwarding, etc). I'm interested, if I connect the old modem/router to new Cisco router using bridge mode, will I be able to use all the features on the Cisco?
Cisco Configuration Professional (Cisco CP) is installed on this
device and it provides the default username "cisco" for one-time use.
If you have already used the username "cisco" to login to the router
and your IOS image supports the "one-time" user option, then this
username has already expired.
Hello, as a learning project I am building a Fedora Linux PC router which will integrate with two other Cisco 1841 routers.
I want to interconnect them via the serial interfaces of the Cisco routers . Cisco routers use WIC-1T or WIC-2T serial ports.
Has anyone done this before ?
If so, what sort of PCI card will I need to install in my Linux router box to enable this ?
We have a Cisco 1841 in our storage IDF that was originally running a 12.4(1) IP-BASE image; I wanted to upgrade to an advancedservicesk9-mz image, but the flash did not have enough space, so I deleted the running image.
Cisco announced an updated line of Linksys wireless 802/11/b/g/n routers for the home market, including a Linux model. The E2100L Advanced Wireless-N Router with Linux OS offers four 10/100 Ethernet ports, a USB port, a UPnP AV Media Server, and like the other E-Series WiFi routers, provides new, more customizable Cisco Connect software....