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My Setup is as follows Draytek Router 192.168.1.254VLAN 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 Cisco SG300 Layer 2 (Switch 1)Draytek connected to port 14, which is a trunk port with access to all the VLANS (1up, 20T, 30T, 40T, 50T) 2nd SG300 Layer 2 (Switch 2)Connects t...

Trying to brush up on IT skills is hard and expensive, but I've been trying to push through and learn all I can. I just purchased last week a Cisco 1841 router. The CompactFlash has been removed and the nvram routes to RomMon mode when it boots up. I...

As part of our organisations implementation of Prime Infrastructure 2.2 I've been asked to implement Netflow on some SVI's on our Core 6509E (Sup2T with VSS). The P.I 2.2 User Guide recommends the following configuration to be added to the 6509E, how...

BlueyVIII by Level 1
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Hi All,Could anyone help me on the following question. As I know that the packet have to route from router to router via the destination MAC address of the gateway. However if I have the gateway(both end) that have different subnet(lan) interface tha...

wayne loh by Level 1
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Hi,I'm Currently new to the setup as per review of all configuration I have no clue whos giving the ip address to my IP Phone.Also I check all the router configuration and our DHCP server but there's no range for our IP Phone.DHCP range 10.34.48.0 - ...

First time working with BGP on the ASA, and I don't know if there are any unusual characteristics on the ASA versus in IOS. I have a main internet gateway with two border routers to different ISPs on the outside of an ASA FO pair, and a disaster reco...

jmeggers by Level 1
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Resolved! qos trust question

Hello,If the router or switch gets two packets, one marked with better dscp/cos and the other one with no marks - just best effort and the port trusts QOS. So my question is: do the switch/router will automatically treat the marked packets better or ...

from88 by Level 4
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When you define a QOS policy on the Nexus and you have a priority queue do you have to allocate bandwith for this queue. According to this QOS policy that was presented at Cisco Live it didn't reserve any bandwidth. N5k(config)# policy-map type queui...