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You can add host name(mySiteHostName.com) and IP address(101.22.23.01) in the binding. You need to add entry in your client hosts file. C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts file 101.22.23.01 mySiteHostName.com. Now you can test in client machine without creating dns record.


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HTTP is port 80. You need to move it to port 80. No other way other than using it in a frame within another site on port 80 (URL hiding) The browser does not know that your site is on port 808. With http:// he aumatically tries port 80 because this is the standard port. Same with https:// it automatically tries port 443, which is assigned to HTTPS. If you ...


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Does the Catalyst 2940 acquire an address via DHCP? At least my DHCP server doesn't show any address which has been requested recently. This is possible, yes. However, per the answer by Teun Vink and others, by default a Cisco switch does not have an IP address configured (or may have an old/incorrect address). In order to assign a correct one, you ...


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First you should probably know about tab completion and the '?' key for online help in IOS. If I'd inherited a new Catalyst, I'd... Google "Password Recovery Catalyst 2900" Connect a Light-Blue Cisco console cable to it. You can make your own, but you'll still need a USB to serial adapter, they're $15 to $20 or so. Follow the instructions to reset the ...


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In addition to the useful answers already given about USB/serial and not connecting unknown devices: by default a Cisco switch does not have an IP address configured and does not use DHCP to obtain one. It can do so, but it has to be configured first.


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You could also power the switch up - but as Cheekaleak said, not connected to your network. Use only a network cable between your PC and the switch. Try one of the "normalo" ports first. If you are familiar with linux, you could use cpdr (http://cdpr.sourceforge.net/, packages in major distros available). It shows you the management-ip as it is given in the ...


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Word to the wise, don't connect a second hand switch to your production network before you wipe and/or re-configure it. Doing so can cause you MAJOR headaches if your network happens to use VTP. Without getting into the gritty details, connecting it could wipe or modify the VTP database used on your network (holding list of VLANs}, and basically cause your ...


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Connect to the switch using a Cisco console cable and the serial (or USB->serial converted) connection. From there, you will need to configure its interfaces and local connection info. Being a used-device, you never know what configuration was left on the equipment. DHCP is most-certainly disabled by default.


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Unless Server B is doing some type of transformation/routing there isn't much benefit to the configuration based on the limited information given. In many situations, Server B would be a hardware load balancer or other "application delivery controller" that would be performing traffic balancing/routing based on layer 7 info, a balancing algorithm, etc, ...


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CIDR Subnet Mask Starting IP Ending IP 216.239.32.0/19 255.255.224.0 216.239.32.0 216.239.63.255 64.233.160.0/19 255.255.224.0 64.233.160.0 64.233.191.255 66.249.80.0/20 255.255.240.0 66.249.80.0 66.249.95.255 72.14.192.0/18 255.255.192.0 72.14.192.0 72.14.255.255 209.85.128.0/17 255.255.128.0 ...



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