I'm learning and very new to the router and switch environment at the level of cisco with command lines. I'm going to eventually be studying and trying to take my CCNA so learning the stuff I'm asking for help here I hope will help me.
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 currently have a 'managed' ATT Router as ATT provides a fiber link to our head end. I'm trying to alleviate this expensive 'managed' service which simply means that ATT can check if our circuit is down, which it rarely is.
I'm not sure what to say/ask for being able to simply hook up a decent router of my own and statically routing IPs from the fiber interface.