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February 12, 2010  2:56 PM

Cisco router not handing out DNS server to DHCP clients



Posted by: Jason Tramer
Cisco, client, DHCP, DNS, pool, router, server

I had a weird issue yesterday. I had a Cisco 1800 series router that was configured to hand out DHCP and up until a few days ago everything worked fine with it. Then suddenly out of the blue it still handed out DHCP but did not hand out the DNS-Server option even though it was configured. I...

December 13, 2009  12:11 AM

Cisco 881 Router crashes



Posted by: Jason Tramer
12.4.24t1, 12.4.24t2, 881, Cisco, crash, memory leak, router

I was recently working with a Cisco 881 router that kept having memory leaks and crashing. At first it would only crash once a day or so but eventually it started crashing hourly. I went through serveral different firmware versions and finally found one that fixed the issue. The last version I...


November 30, 2009  4:11 PM

Scheduling commands on a Cisco router



Posted by: Jason Tramer
Add new tag, Cisco, kron, router, schedule, scheduling

I recently needed to schedule nightly reboots for a Cisco router and I found this article very helpful. http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-5553313.html


September 16, 2009  3:57 PM

Cisco adopting strategies to compete in the small business line



Posted by: Jason Tramer
ASA, Cisco, firewall, router, small business, SMB, UC500, Wireless

Cisco is almost synonymous with big business in the network infrastructure market but recently they have really been working to make themselves more friendly to the SMB market. Here is a good article about that: http://www.channelregister.co.uk/2009/09/16/cisco_smb_rollout_sept_09/ Working...


July 7, 2009  8:23 PM

Cisco Router – Upload and IOS image from ROMMON mode



Posted by: Jason Tramer
Cisco, flash, IOS, ROMMON, router, tftp

If you ever delete your IOS image and the system reboots before you get the new one on or if you upload the image and it is corrupt you will need to know how to upload an image from ROMMON mode. Here are a sample of the commands, replace the entries with your specifics: rommon 1 >...


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