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Hello all, I am new to IPv6 configuration, much less attempting to do dual stack. I currently have a DSL link through CenturyLink going to my Cisco 1841 ISR. The only exposure that I've had to IPv6 is configuring it in a lab environment courtesy of G...

I have 2 sites connected via EIGRP. - Site A has internet access. - Site B does not have internet access. - Site A sends a default router to site B Now, we are adding internet in SITE B. Site A will remain the primary egress point for internet - And ...

Resolved! IP SLA not working

Hi   I have a problem with IP SLA. The conf seems ok and I have no error. But values are 0 except for RTT.   gw1#sh ip sla statRound Trip Time (RTT) for       Index 1Type of operation: jitter        Latest RTT: 18 msLatest operation start time: 22:25...

lucap by Level 1
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Hi all, can some one help me with SG350XG-48T i have 2 SG350XG-48T 48-Port 10GBase-T Stackable Managed Switch brand new and i think i have some issue and if some one can help me to please as i think there is issue the way i connected the 2 switches t...

We have a remote site in which is connected via GRE tunnel through 1 gig connections. Customer reported very slow transferring of gig files. Pings all transmit fast. Not sure whether to start looking into transport provider as the cause. Any ideas?

Hello,   My company has recently purchased a mpls solution that configures the WAN and then redistributes back into the LAN at an ASR.  On our core are 3 existing vrfs, that the mpls will need to integrate with.  The main vrf has BGP running within i...

Hello, I have 2 WAN uplinks: The primary is VDSL (PPPoE) - very fast, and I have a static IP + /29 subnet 'assigned' to me.The secondary is DSL (DHCP) - slower What I'm trying to do is setup ISP failover on my ASA 5505 with security plus licence... a...

Hi, Currently my ASA consists of 1 internal network and 1 external network. Traffic passes from the internal netwrok and goes to the external for Internet connectivity. There is a NAT rule and a static rule which says any traffic to any destination g...

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