I am building a basic eBGP lab to test out the concept of making 2 non-directly connected neighbours BGP peers.
The network the BGP routers will be going 'across' is an OSPF network.
The lab is below along with relevant configuration:
I have built the below lab in my spare time and very briefly here is an explanation:
The main routing is done via OSPF apart from 2 BGP Routers circled in Blue on the outer sides.
The OSPF routing works absolutely fine and I...
As far as I can make out, the firmware is quite simply the software it runs, pretty much like any device nowadays. However I cant put my finger on what exactly the purpose of the Config File is.
Is anyone able to help me clarify this concept?
I know when you want to reset the password for the Call Manager 'Administrator' account, we can do so by accessing the CLI and using the following command:
However, as per my understanding, this is ...
I have a query regarding Translation Patterns on Call Manager:
Prior to today, my understanding of Translation Patterns was that they applied to inbound calls only as per the average call flow:
---Gateway/CUBE (+any transla...
Thanks for pointing that out, not sure how I missed that. I changed the neighbor to 10.0.0.5 instead.
As requested, the Routing Tables of R4 and R5 are below:
Gateway of last resort is not set
10.0.0.0/8 is variably subnetted, 2 subne...
To answer your questions:
Yes I did. I advertised that entire subnet (on both Routers) within the entire OSPF processYes I did. I figured out that the problem was me setting the multihop to 2 instead of 5 as I should have
Hope that helps....
Great, thank you.
Seeing as this is the case, when a phone boots up and receives Option 150 from the DHCP Server, it has the addresses of the Call Manager (TFTP Server).
Does it now pull the Config File? What about the Firmware?
My understanding is t...