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.
I'm not very expirienced in network configurations, so please excuse me, if my question will look little newbie.
So, what we have.
Network for offices: 10.200.0.0/16.
Cisco 1900 Series Router.
Few switches 3650, where all access ports for hosts(PCs, ip phones) are configured with default VLAN 1.
Cisco WLC 2500 Series. This one has address 10.201.0.5.
Hello all, I have a problem that occured with 12.04 LTS and 13.04 builds of ubuntu. At home i have a belkin router which my computer (hp pavilion g series) connects to no problems at all, but i also have a cisco router at home which my ubuntu can not connect to at all.
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 ?