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I have a site that needs a new Layer 3 switch. Its a smaller site 200 desktops & 200 ish wireless devices. There is 2504 WLC, 2x 2960s & 2 2960x switches all interconnect via 1gb fiber. Main layer 3 is C3750V2 Was thinking of buyin...
Hi All,Tearing out the hair. I have an EIGRP setup that appears fine, I can ping every VLAN address from every switch, but when I connect anything to the VLAN nothing communicates, you can ping from the switch to an address in the switches but not to or f...
Hi:I have a situation were a 10K LNS does not seem to be able to route Core traffic out an mGRE tunnel interface to a spoke connected via an LTE network.My basic configuration is as such:Cisco C10008 (PRE2-RP) LNS running IOS Version 12.2(33)SB17:!interfa...
Hi All, I am trying to setup a router (1921) with two VRFs in my lab and having problem with disabling inter-VRF routing on it.Configuration:Current configuration : 2049 bytes
! Last configuration change at 15:32:42 UTC Sat Feb 22 2020
Having the network of the photo below, I want to permit HTTP and deny all access to the server from every device of the network (except the Inter router). I also want to deny all access to Hermes' subnets from all other devices unless ping or traceroute i...