I have a 7606-S router with an RSP720-3C-GE supervisor and a 7600-ES20-GE3C card. I thought I'd make one of the ports on the RSP a routed port, and connect to the internet and do NAT on this router, but it seems there is no DHCP client functionality available on any of the images for the 7600 series, is that correct?
My ISP provides ip addresses via DHCP only, and I've tried 15.2(4)S4a, 15.3(3)S6, and 15.5(3)S5, but ip address dhcp doesn’t seem to be a valid command on any of them. There are config-if commands referencing dhcp client options, but I get the feeling they're for setting up the relay function.
Is there no way to get an ip address leased via DHCP on an ethernet interface on a 7600 router? I understand that it was developed as an edge router but it just doesn't make sense to me that they would deliberately remove a feature from the service provider train. Is there maybe a workaround using a local pool?
Hi everyone.I have a problem in my Network.So i have 3 routers and a firewall in my topology. I have configured OSPF and all routers works expect R3 (see in the image below)When I watch my neignbor in R3 it says :192.168.7.7 1 INIT/DROTHER 00:00:37 10.0.2...
Host Onboarding is the term used when connecting an endpoint (hosts , IOT , Other devices) to the fabric , and can be accomplished in a couple of ways.One option is the "static" approach as oppose to the dynamic and secure approach using&nbs...
good morning I have this report from users, saying that they encounter connection issue only when they are wired , but the wireless I fine. both connection are using the same path to the internet ...please advised a troubleshooting plan.
Enterprise Switching Business Unit is glad to announce Beta release 16.12.3 for all Catalyst 9200/9300/9400/9500/9600. This release is made available to allow users to test, evaluate and share feedback before General Avail...