Hi community I got a Cisco 897 VAW and I'm wondering if it's a G2 router. When yes, I should be able to configure ScanSafe on it correctly? Also If I wan't to learn how to configure ScanSafe on it, should I proceed with the official manual? I saw the guide here: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/security/cloud-web-security/tsd-products-support-configure.html Cisco ScanCenter Administrator Guide, Release 5.2 When no, do I have any alternatives to use ScanSafe beside purchasing another device? Thanks a lot for your answer :)
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I've freshly unpacked the Cisco 897VA and connected it to the network.
After the IP adress has been assigned, I've navigated with Firefox to 10.10.10.1 to
enter the Cisco Configuration Professional Express. It asks me for the default
username & password and after that an 404 error comes up.
Error message: 404 Not Found
I've searched on the internet for this error and only saw a russion page describing this issue.
From that what google translates, there is an issue with finding different language sites.
(His issue with russian and mine with german)
He describes a workarround by creating a HTML file with following content and copy it to the router.
It should deactivate the redirections to the de/ru site and use the default english version.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=ccpExpress.html">
This are his instructions. I'm going to try them:
copy scp://email@example.com://Users/mich/delme/ccpExpress_ru-ru.html flash:/ccpexp/html/ copy flash:/ccpexp/html/ccpExpress_ru-ru.html flash:/ccpexp/html/ccpExpress_ru-RU.html
My question is now, is issue fixable by another workaround? Currently I can't connect to the router with my console port.
And does someone knows, why this error occurs?
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Hi I am an apprentice in my company and I should design & implement a „simple” infrastructure for apprentices in our company to test out nearly everything they want. For this purpose, I have a room with some racks. The requirement for the infrastructure is: Each bookable subnet should have access to the print- & file server. The subnets should not interfere with each other. For example when one is creating a domain controller, the other subnet/network should not be affected by this. Each subnet should have its own router. This is for learning purposes because, we can learn how to specify different settings (If this wouldn’t be the case, I’d use a level 3 switch Content filtering should be activated Optional: With each router and it’s subnet, a VPN connection could be implemented I am thinking of using a Cisco ISR 892W as the main gateway/modem/router/firewall. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/800-series-routers/data_sheet_c78-519930.html And for the sub routers I’d implement a Cisco RV 180 VPN router. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/routers/rv180-vpn-router/index.html I have designed a quick network plan. Now I have some questions for the realization of this project: Do I need to enable “1:1 NAT” and when yes, which impact does it have for the network? What do I need to configure that the subnets can communicate with the servers? Is it possible, that the « Administration PC » in the 192.168.0.0/24 network can access the subnet to remote administrating the servers (for example over RDP or another technology). When yes what do I have to configure? Static routes? When I am considering implementing a VPN connection for each sub router, is this possible? Are there some issues with NAT? Do you have any other tips for me? I'm still learning the whole networking sphere and would be happy if you can help me out Many, many thanks
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