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I am 95% sure the DHCP server in Cisco IOS doesn't record this information at all. You'll need to run your DHCP server somewhere else, or collect the hostnames through some other mechanism.


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You've already discovered that there's two sets of RAM on the 6500/7600 series supervisors - the switch processor or supervisor RAM, and the MSFC or "route processor" RAM. The terminology isn't helped by there being three different names for each of these two components. The "sh ver" output is for the MSFC (RP) (add the two values together). "remote command ...


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There is nothing additional to install. On a node you configure /etc/puppet/device.conf with your switch information and then run puppet device on that node.


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There are lots of ways to do this. My first choice would be SNMP even if you have to try multiple strings. The calls are quicker and less vulnerable to differences in code version. You could download a free copy of solar winds and be finished in less than an hour. It's also much easier to script SNMP interaction than ssh/cli. Next I would use some ...


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[...] but when tunnel is enabled i lost my internet connection and i can't ping devices on my LAN1 The issue with lost internet connection sounds pretty much like a "Split Tunnel" issue. If you didn't enable Split Tunnel in your VPN configuration, all traffic originating from your VPN client will go through your VPN gateway. When enabling Split Tunnel, ...


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Thanks David. To remove these entries from route table I have used: route change 0.0.0.0 MASK 0.0.0.0 10.112.29.253 metric 1 What I saw is, if I am executing this command, The metric value for this route is incremented by 1 and the other 2 default gateways are getting removed from the route table. Not sure why. If you can explain that would be great. ...


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The problem is that you have three default routes. Since only one of the networks is connected to the internet, there should be only one default route. One of these three lines needs to stay and the others need to be removed. 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.17 10 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.2.1 192.168.2.51 ...


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In the Cisco portal, it shows that the latest download for that device is 15.4.2T as of March 28, 2014.


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This is the answer from Cisco support forum, In case the link get broken. Apparently it has something to do with SNMP configuration, it should be more secure. Fortify the Simple Network Management Protocol This section highlights several methods that can be used in order to secure the deployment of SNMP within IOS devices. It is critical that SNMP be ...


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While I certainly agree that wireless networks in general are a troublesome area if you want them done right (tm), I do not agree that wireless in itself is FUBAR. What needs to be done basically depends on what your problem looks like: If your problem indeed is noise, you should be looking at a band with less noise. Use a spectrum analyzer to check the ...


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Need to configure the "In.Interface" properties. Set to the internal interface. (matching your LAN port/bridge)


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!Deny DNS from Public ip access-list extended ACL-IN_FROM-WAN remark allow OpenDNS lookups permit udp 208.67.222.222 0.0.0.0 any eq domain permit tcp 208.67.220.220 0.0.0.0 any eq domain remark deny all others and log the attempts deny udp any any eq domain log deny tcp any any eq domain log permit ip any any ! Apply to WAN interface ...


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Consider looking at RANCID. It's primarily intended as a configuration backup tool for Cisco and other networking devices, but one of its components, clogin, is essentially an Expect script that does exactly what you're asking. Using the command and router file listings in your example, you could execute the commands on all routers like this: clogin -u user ...


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I would look at using something like expect instead of just trying to redirect from a file. expect will handle password prompts and the like, and respond with the information you want, based on the output. http://expect.sourceforge.net/ Under rhel6 the package would be called expect. There is also a python module that does sort of the same thing called ...



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