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I would use 'debug ip packet' and trace the ICMP packets at the time you send the bursts. That would give you an idea of what was happening. More info here: Cisco Debugging And, I'll reprint the warnings from that site here: Enabling debugging can disrupt operation of the router when internetworks are experiencing high load conditions. Hence, if logging ...


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To answer your initial question, you'll pretty much have to restart. I couldn't find any commands available under the reduced privilege level that would let you either revert to the old config or change the password without restarting. To fix the problem you were originally trying to solve, if you're not using aaa-newmodel, what you can do is set a user ...


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If the computer is on the same subnet as both your "LAN default account" and PPPOE connection, then it's a matter of setting your default gateway to the PPPOE router and creating an ACL to deny access to the other one. Or, you know, you could configure the proper routing on your firewall/router. That's what they're there for.


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This is because the source address you are using to connect is in a different subnet and/or the APs don't allow packets having more than one hop. To circumvent this you should: Connect to the AP via some workstation on the LAN, by getting the remote desktop and using a web browser. This is pretty much the silver bullet. If you can't do the above, configure ...


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VPN is your best option, because you dont have control over your ISP router, the issue must be on your server side network when goes to wan, if both host are Linux you can use OpenVPN here a Wiki of Open VPN on Debian: https://wiki.debian.org/OpenVPN


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Most defiantly a VPN server or VPN Server Software on your home device or software tool like LetMeIn.. Since you do not have access to your ISP's Modem to do any kind of port forwarding. It really limits what you can do. If its just the data you need to access then maybe a cloud service like dropbox, onedrive etc. Then you can share the data you need. ...



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