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Hi, I have  CISCO2901/K9  router and and ISP link is coming on the WAN port (G0/1). I need to check the status of the WAN bandwidth which is provided by vendor. How can i check that vendor has providing me how much bandwidth. Kindly help me.  Giga...

karinn001 by Beginner
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Hi guys, As far as I know if a router learns a specific route from different routing protocol then it will prefer routes in this sequence eBGP > EIGRP > OSPF > IS-IS > RIP > iBGP. But in my nexus 7k I saw my router is learning routes 10.1.36.0/24 & 1...

I am starting down the path of doing a CCNA qualification, and have purchased a Cisco 877W-G-A-K9 to practice on (so I can actually use it "live"). I have set up Bridge Groups etc and have managed to access my NAS etc via Wireless. The inside network...

Hi all, I was wondering can 881G-4G support EIGRP? I cant seem to start it, I have tried to upgrade the IOS to a higher version, but no go. anyone can shed some light? Thanks a lot. rtr01(config)#router ? bgp Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) isis ISO I...

yeopaul99 by Beginner
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Hello all, I am looking into using a router at a remote site and a router at a the main site behind an asa to create a VPN using Virtual Tunnel Interfaces on each router. I plan on securing the tunnel with IPSec.  I am not 100% sure how the Virtual ...

I am trying to troubleshoot our IP SLA configuration. It is setup to determine availability of a route through site A and if that route is not available, then the traffic would be redirected to a route in site B. I have the IP SLA configuration below...

Hi all, hope everyone is well !! I have a couple questions regarding static routes, hope someone can help. Thanks in advance !!! 1 - Let's say I have a local static default route of 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 pointing to 192.168.1.1 and a default learned route....

dtran by Frequent Contributor
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I have a customer who is going to have a single  10Gb ISP link from each ISP provider.  In this multihoming scenario, each 10Gb link will be taking full BGP routes, and will also back up each other when one of the ISP goes down. In order to handle 1...

abbasali5 by Beginner
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I feel utterly ridiculous for asking this, But I have not been in a switch for a while.  I am just trying to set a 3750 for simple connectivity for testing, I set VLAN1 to 172.16.100.1 and my laptop to 172.16.100.2. I can ping the VLAN 1 IP from my ...

I have been assigned an additional /29 block of IP's and am trying to decide how to configure the router. I currently have a /29 with 1 address assigned to the interface and then the other 4 addresses are in individual NAT Pools for different Vlans. ...