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There's many... you didn't specify much so i'll give my recommendation. I love GNS3: https://www.gns3.com/ Works best in linux. Then you can see: http://www.unetlab.com/ http://virl.cisco.com/ I have not tested the ones below.


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Found the problem. It was buried in the policy-map for class class-default. There was a police for capping traffic at 60000000 bytes put in by a previous IT group that's no longer with the company. My assumption is they were trying to conserve some bandwidth for some reason, but instead of segregating traffic with VLANs and QoS, they went this route. ...


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Did you read the document you quote? It quite clearly states: Knowing the performance for a specific router platform is not a good indication of how well a specific feature will perform. If a feature is supported in the CEF path, for instance, and we know the feature-free CEF throughput in a specific configuration, then we only know the platform's "never-to-...


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Turned out there was an applied ACL that filtered ALL ports based on a list. We found it and added the needed protocols to the list.


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you can upgrade IOS/NX-OS/WLC/ASA and a host of other devices using CMCS (Compliance management and configuration service) this is similar to HPNA but has alot of advantages to it. Some of the features : Configuration Management - Backup configurations, view difference between configuration, create golden configurations SWIM - Software image management - ...


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You cannot use the QLogic QLE2460 to connect to the Internet This is a Fiber Channel HBA and is not a network card. The 2400 Series of QLogic Fiber Channal HBA's connect storage to hosts via Fiber Channel. This series of HBA is older and can only achieve 4Gps of transfer rate. These cards do not get an IP address.


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This link helped me out. Creating a bridge from the Host Router to the Integrated AP allowed me to copy files from the host routers flash via TFTP. http://rickysnetworkblog.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/ios-recovery-on-embedded-ap-in-cisco.html


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I experienced the same issue - but with multiple VMs as well. It turned out to be Firewall settings on my Machine.


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Cisco RV082 doesn't support DHCP snooping, Thinking of adding a firewall like PFsense to isolate the other network or authorized DHCP in Active Directory.


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You will need to delegate individual /48s. Assuming your /32 is 2001:DB8::/32 your zone is 8.b.d.0.1.0.0.2.ip6.arpa. Reverse zones are done by dotted nibbles. That is why recommended sub-delegations are a /56 or a /48. This yields 256, and 65356 /64 subnets respectively. If you assign 6 zones starting with 2001:DB8:1234/48, you would need to delegate ...


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Well, I never solved the problem. I exhausted everything I could think of, and concluded that (simply) Cisco's IOS (version listed below) simply won't allow PPTP authentication via RADIUS. My conclusion is strengthened only by the "lack" of proof of otherwise. Adding minimal L2TP configuration worked using the same RADIUS configuration - which suggests ...


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I suppose it is a license issue with the product. As this article: Cisco IOS Software Licenses: What’s What for Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switching – Part 1 explains, you will need a LAN Base License to have Layer 3 switching capability for your switch. The four common Cisco IOS Software feature licenses for switching are: LAN Lite: ...


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Cisco ASA routers support one authentication group per profile. So if your VPN connection profile is set to use an authentication group named VPN then when users connect to the VPN they will authenticate to the first available server in the VPN authentication group. You can have LOCAL set for a fallback authentication source, but it is only available if the ...


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The 2960-S is a layer 2 switch. If you need routing between VLANs, you need a router.


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I assume we are talking about 802.11q. To create a trunk port you need to set that port to tagged. All other port in that Vlan are untagged. The switch will add a tag to all. You can have tag ports. Tag port mean the packets have already a VLAN-tag, i.e. they are tagged by the network device connected to this port.Your switch will not add or remove the ...



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