Protocol-Independent Multicast (PIM) is a family of multicast routing protocols that can provide one-to-many and many-to-many distribution of data over the Internet. The "protocol-independent" part refers to the fact that PIM does not include its own topology discovery mechanism, but instead uses routing information supplied by other traditional routing protocols such as Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
Is there a numbering system for vlans, i have heard people say vlan10 is a management vlan and vlan 311 is a non approved / insecure vlan for data. I thought the numbers meant nothing but a representation. Do people have specific numbers for certain tasks
Hi All, I have a query about DHCP relay between an ASA and a 1941. As per attached diagram, the LAN subnet is 10.1.1.0/24 and he link between the 1941 & the ASA is on subnet 10.1.5.0/24. The 1941 is the DHCP server whilst the ASA is the DHCP relay for...
Hi,I have a cisco 6832 in production and there is a need for me to capture on the downlink, which is a trunk port. Now, packets capture works like a charm on routed port but when I try on VLAN of for that matter on the interface, it captures nothing. In f...
Hello,I just wanted to ask if there a possibility to configure SSL VPN in Cisco Packet Tracer on such a routers like 1841, 2811 or 2620 or if there is a possibility at all. Tried to configure it somehow, but some commands are not avaliable. Cheers