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I figured out the issue. I found that the T1 Card was operational, but as YLearn explained it wasn't for use with Comcast High Speed Internet.As for the dhcp command, I upgraded the IOS via TFTP which allowed me to use the command. I was however able to use a static IP address given to me by Comcast in the configuration. I found that the ip route settings ...


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I've copied and pasted what I hope is the relevant config out of my ASA (5525) where this is working for both AnyConnect and MacOS-native clients. I have expurgated it of localized information, so I may have typoed something along the way. I hope I haven't left anything out. (Look out for ! *** comments.) ! *** This is a pool of IPs that will be ...


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It has been known in the *nix and network community for a long time that logging usernames can sometimes divulge the password of an account. For example: Someone types the username, and accidentally hits return twice. This will result in two login failures being logged, one for the username, and one for the password in the username field.


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You could do this with a mac address access-list bypass but it would be very chatty so be sure you have a syslog setup. ip arp inspection filter staticmacs vlan XXX arp access-list staticmacs permit ip any mac any log You could also just trust every port in your stack and selectively turn off the arp inspection trust in a controlled rollout to verify ...


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Had my PVID settings wrong. I knew it was just something simple again. Hope this post + pictures helps someone else out in the future. Here are two more screen shots showing the correct PVID settings and the resulting final port list. Cheers Wireless Access Point


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Try changing the port to 5063 or something other than what is currently being used. FreeSWITCH allows 5060-5069 with TCP or UDP by default.


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With the strict hot/cold setup it seems like even if the airflow could be reversed leaving the switches at the back of the racks would have a negative impact since they would be sucking in air from the hot aisle in the datacenter. Based on the diagrams of the switch that I can see online it is not a full depth switch, so when mounted on the back side of the ...


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The 891 has 512MB, the 892 has 768MB - you can upgrade the memory in your 891 to 768MB with part number MEM8XX-512U768D. The 1GB upgrade is for the 892 only sorry. I suspect the 'missing memory' is just what IOS uses.


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no, you missed my point completely. I think topology table can't have the entire topology if it has other routing protocols on it's network


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This topology have one main switch and main switch divide network to sub-Switch or Sub-Switch directly contact clients nodes . whenever client node send any request to server its works like client Node to Sub-Switch to main Switch to Server


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Add a route to your LAN on the PPTP client machines: route ADD 10.1.10.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 10.1.10.1 (change 10.1.10.1 if your router's IP is different) You don't need a reverse-side route on LAN machines, because IIRC Cisco RV042/RV082 acts as an ARP proxy on PPTP interfaces.


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It seems that my residential ISP was blocking SIP traffic. From my office, everything works fine. Sorry for bothering.


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It's as simple as below: You login to your router or switch. In the # mode, you type the following command router# show running-config | redirect tftp://10.0.0.4/routerbackup.doc 10.0.0.4 is your tftp server(hope you have one. If not just download solarwind tftp application and install it on any of your server. Just configure it to show the where the ...


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You may want to look at - http://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20141008-asa 2015-July-08 UPDATE: Cisco PSIRT is aware of disruption to some Cisco customers with Cisco ASA devices affected by CVE-2014-3383, the Cisco ASA VPN Denial of Service Vulnerability that was disclosed in this Security Advisory. Traffic causing ...


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While this was clearly not a popular question, I feel like posts should always have an answer, even if they're on the edge of server related issues. I adjusted the title slightly to better reflect the problem. This was actually a difficult issue to chase down. It was in the Cisco router which was a fairly unlikely location. In addition, only some URL's ...


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Thanks @Yoonix. I wasn't expecting the CLI to be same just as I wasn't expecting command line for CentOS to be same like Ubuntu even though both are linux. I was asking for anyone who has done it to share the information if they have one. I found the answer to my question btw. Here is how they do it. conf t vlan 10 int vlan 10 name New Vlan end ...


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Q: Can layer 2 switch ports be configured as VLAN trunk ports? A: Most certainly. VLAN's are a Layer 2 construct. Q: Do I have to set both ends of the trunk as a trunk? A: Yes. A few things to note: You need to make sure that both sides of the trunk have the encapsulation configured as 802.1Q. I can't give you specifics on how to configure the trunk on ...


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On router A, your acess-list 10 seems to be wrong access-list 10 permit 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 do this config t no access-list 10 access-list 10 permit 10.1.2.0 0.0.0.255



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