• HSRP use in Two MPLS line

    Friend I have MPLS line to connect from head office to branch office, one live and one backup. Now, I would like configure HSRP for active setup. My question is: Right now, our backup line is using only redundancy. This line is MPLS. If I configure HSRP, this line can use another application as...

    Hiren5 pointsBadges:
  • IP SLA command does not exist

    I have two routers, one 1721 ( version 12.4) and 2801 (version 12.3T). I want to configure IP SLA, but when I write the command in the CLI router# IP SLA, the command does not exist. What happened? How do I activate the command? thanks

    Techcol5 pointsBadges:
  • LAN connectivity problem with Compaq notebook

    I have a Compaq EVO n1020v notebook. This works fine in our office LAN and sometimes it does not at all. Office LAN is a workgroup with ICS enabled in win 2K server. If I check the IP of the notebook it shows the IP of the LAN but never connects to the internet, can't access LAN...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 2811 configuration for managing HTTP and other traffic through two connections

    Hi all, I have one Cisco 2811 router with serial interface for leased line connection to internet and an adsl wic for Internet connection too. What I what is to do is let HTTP traffic goes through the adsl connexion and other traffic go through the leased line. Is it possible and how? Thanks

    AKN15 pointsBadges:
  • Medium and ports

    Hi, I was wondering and hoping that anyone can answer my question. What medium and ports can be used for connecting a PC-to-PC? A PC to Switch connection? Switch to Switch connection? Switch to Router connection?

    Sandalvincci25 pointsBadges:
  • Routing confusion

    I am confused about routing I know Cisco routers are capable of routing different NWs if it is WAN or LAN. Also there are lot of other routers available in the market such as d-link 525 .Netgear, Astaro, Pfsense,Linksys sub-routers. What is the difference between the routing mechanism they use?...

    sumeshbnr1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Cisco Wireless Router

    Greetings, I have a Cisco 871 wireless router and am having problems configuring it to act as a Wireless Access Point for my small internal network using Microsoft Small Business Server 2003. I am trying to set up one client access via wireless. Using Cisco’s SDM Express, when trying to change...

    RP@ADF15 pointsBadges:
  • Differences between firewalls and routers

    What are the differences among firewalls and routers.

    yans112112290 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco IPsec VPN: VPN up but no traffic/ping

    Hi, I'm having some problems setting up an IPsec VPN between a Cisco 851 and a Draytek Vigor 2200E+. The IPsec VPN seems to establish well, passes IPsec phase 2, and shows up as an active IPsec session in both routers. The problem is that I'm unable to ping, or send any traffic, to any of the hosts...

    Synesthesia5 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple subnets on one physical network

    I am setting up a fairly large wireless network. We have a fibre connection to the internet for a small community wireless project to give high speed to the 10-20 houses in the area. The router device is a windows PC running with two NIC cards, it is hardened down to very minimal services, with...

    Johnshoff60 pointsBadges:
  • Relation Between virtual memory, cache memory and RAM?

    Hi friends, Hope you all are doing fine. Actually, I am new in the networking field. Can anybody tell me the size relation between virtual, cache and RAM memory in Windows Operating systems? Thanks in advance.

    Balasaheb0 pointsBadges:
  • Mac address to IP address resolution

    How can we resolve IP address from Mac address and can we do this from Cisco switch 3750? We are able to track port no and associated Mac address from Cisco switch by using the command #sh mac-address-table dyanamic>, but we also want to track the associated IP address with port no. Please...

    Ruchitgarhwal0 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network my computer is connected to wirelessly

    How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network I am connected to on my computer, through the WiFi connection only. I do not have access to the WiFi router directly to or the admin page

    Skyking7675 pointsBadges:
  • N 300 Wireless Router vs N 600 Wireless router

    I wanted to know if there is a really big difference between N 300 routers and N 600 routers. Would the speeds mostly be the same or not? Thank you.

    Smartychig10005 pointsBadges:
  • Routing between two subnets & between two networks

    1. I have two separate networks 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0, they are physical connected by CAT5 cable. What should I configure and where to configure so that the host of each network can connect to another host in other network? 2. I have two subnets (after subnetting a class B Network), they are...

    Chinmoymohanty0 pointsBadges:
  • Login user and password for a new Cisco ASA 5505 router

    What is the login user name and password for a new Cisco ASA 5505 router?

    Tom6755 pointsBadges:
  • When not to use a Layer 3 switch over a router

    If a Layer 3 switch is faster than a router, why can't we use an L3 in place of a router?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Hub, router and switch

    What is the difference? How do you know which one to use? Thanks.

    OverDraw10 pointsBadges:
  • Routing

    Which is the best routing method for medium scale network?

    Wap5 pointsBadges:
  • Router

    How many management, aux and console ports are there in a router?

    Gmanipte30 pointsBadges:

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