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You have a misconfiguration on the link between the 2 routers. On the "left" router1 fa0/0 has an ip address in the 192.168.99.0/24 range. On the right router0 fa0/1 has an ip in the 192.168.3.0/24 range. Thus both routers can not communicate with eachother. You need a seperate subnet between the 2 to make this work.


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I'll be honest I'm much more experienced with Cisco's proprietry 'Etherchannel' mechanism but as far as I know LACP works the same way in that channel transmission selection is based on the least significant 1, 2 or 3 bits of the destination MAC address. This works fine if you have lots of different destinations, it really does smooth out the traffic across ...


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Since there is context in the format, you should consider parsing it contextually. You might need to write more code to do that. Consider using a model for your code that constructs an object model for the global state, interfaces, and such. Operationally, removing non-compliant settings from disabled interfaces might be a good idea in case someone ...


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Automated Cisco IOS config parsing Alternatively, is there a better way I can retrieve this information that would make it easier to parse? Parsing router / switch configurations is quite complicated due to the layers of hierarchy in IOS configs; whenever possible, use a tool which specializes in parsing for you. One such tool is ciscoconfparse (docs ...


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As Goez mentioned in his answer, you have the router to router link interfaces misconfigured. You need to assign an ip address in a different subnet to these interfaces. Think of 192.168.3.0 as the "inside" network on Router 1 and 192.168.99.0 as the "inside" network on Router 0. The router to router link is the "outside" network. You need to configure the ...


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I have recently set up RADIUS authentication on a Cisco wireless access point. Here are the configuration commands (I had to anonymize hostname, SSID name and IP address): *******-sw#conf t Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. *******-sw(config)#dot11 ssid *** *******-sw(config-ssid)#authentication open eap eap_methods ...



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