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I would recomend setting up an autoprovision server. You can use TFTP,FTP,HTTP or HTTPS with v6x and v7x firmware Yealink phones (maybe others too). High level instruction on how to do it using DHCP boot provision and FTP file server: Set up FTP server with a user and password (or not, but I would recommend it) Set up DHCP server with boot option 66 ...
Faced similar situation today on centos 6 ,an upgrade to latest kernel fixes this.
VLANs are a technology used to sub-divide physical switches into smaller logically-isolated layer 2 broadcast domains, and also to enable one switch to inform other connected switches which VLANs each ethernet frame is assigned to. Whether or not your switch supports 802.1q VLANs is something you will need to determine on your own. Not all switches do ...
This discussion helped me out when searching for a similar issue and how I resolved with switches in production.. Symptoms & environment as follows: * Have 2 switches connected. * One switch is VTP Server and the other is client. Both in the same VTP domain * Any new VLANs created on the server switch did not propagate to the client switch. after ...
use cisco cdp client cdp client which is A free simple tool to find out connected Cisco switch port information (with CDP enabled on the Cisco switch)
Yes, you can use ebtables to filter out tagged packets. For example, you can use something similar to that: ebtables -A INPUT -p 802_1Q -j DROP
Ronan, What you want is a simple phone-home type solution, this could be software installed on each server or independent network hardware. Phone-Home Options (in order simplest first) Dedicated Site-Site VPN Tunnel using Networking (IPSEC) (OS Independent) Software VPN Connection (Various, IPSEC, PPTP, OpenVNP) SSH Tunnel (port based initiation, pending ...
Yes, you just need one Layer-3 switch to perform the routing, the others can stay as Layer-2. However, if you wish to have multiple VLANs on a given Layer-2 switch, you should confirm that they support VLAN assignments and tagging.
Please note that there is no thing called WAN port , data ports may be Ethernet or serial . and i believe that port connected to WAN side in your router are Ethernet (RJ45) port . to connect the second ISP to your router you don't need any Vlan configuration you just need to enable routing on specific interface by issuing no switchport command under ...
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