Midmarket and small business branch installations often present some unique problems and access for remote support can be a prevalent one. This is especially true when one wants to avoid opening unnecessary access from the Internet. Perm...
I'm working on an EEM applet (but may migrate to a TCL script if it becomes necessary) to capture a combination of events.
event manager environment _port1 42195
event manager environment _port2 53429
event manager environment _port3 53429
I'm wondering if anyone has found a workaround for this problem.
In order to be PCI DSS compliant, TLS 1.0 must be completely disabled on Internet-facing devices by June of this year. This is actually a bit of a misstatement because PCI scanning serv...
We're in the process of migrating from an IOS-based AnyConnect SSL access VPN architecture to an ASA-based one.Everything appears to be working correctly except for one thing. We use a RADIUS-defined split-include setting to ensure that certain users...
Has anyone noticed that the "Answer Questions" page isn't updating, or is it just me? It doesn't matter which device I sign in from, the newest question is listed as:
Configuring Secure LDAP in CUCM 8.6
Hi,I have 2 clusters of CUCM version 8.6 depl...
Addressing point-by-point. > 1. On my topology (attached) is their an STP issue? There is no redundant> path, everything is just one direct line as it is. There's no specific issue with your STP here, but your ISP is complaining because they don't wa...
If all of the addresses provided are public, no NAT is required. You have a /30 facing the Internet provider, so if your WAN interface is .214, then your gateway is .213.
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.213
That's fairly easy to accomplish. Just attach the /29 to a loopback interface and source the tunnel off of that.
ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.248
tunnel source Loopback0