• What is a non-routable VLAN? Why would you use one?

    I've heard the term "non-routable VLAN" but am not sure what exactly it means, why it exists or when it's used. It would seem perhaps just by definition that it's an existing virtual local area network (VLAN) that just doesn't have a VLAN interface created for it anywhere on purpose. Do you use it...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Does RIP support discontinuous networks?

    Does RIP support discontinuous networks? I configured a discontinuous network in a simulator and it works there, but I want to know if it works in the real world.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Putting it together Cisco Router and Switch

    can someone please tell me how to get a cisco router and a cisco switch hooked up to my home network so it can be my lab with access to the outside world via my home network non-cisco router? I'm tired of pulling my hair out.

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  • Static Routes

    We have a remote location comunicated with our headquarters by antennas, using 2 vlans, one for the data and one for the voice. We recently adquiring an E1 with our ISP and need to split up the traffic in order to balance charges. We have a 2801 Cisco router in the remote site and a Catalyst 500...

    Jortizga10 pointsBadges:
  • Routing without NAT, help!

    I have a block of IP static IP addresses from our ISP, and I want to route those back through a couple of routers (wireless radio equipment) without using NAT. I can make things work if I have NAT enabled, BUT certain applications do not work well through one NAT connection much less two or three....

    Johnshoff60 pointsBadges:
  • Show a peer why spending the extra money for a full duplex RF link is better than half for a WAN bridge

    Where can I find reference material to show a peer why spending the extra money for a full duplex RF link is better than half for a WAN bridge? I have 20+ years of networking experience and this RF guy thinks he knows it all. He has management sold on a cheap solution. I'm not having much luck with...

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  • One Way Ping

    Hi All I have a point to point wireless link configured in routing mode with Network end connected through a switch to firewall. IP's are configured as follows: Ethernet IP: 10.1.1.99 Wireless IP: 10.0.0.10 G/W : 10.1.1.1 firewall The subscriber (remote end) Ethernet IP: 172.16.1.150 Wireless IP:...

    Wex Mark5 pointsBadges:
  • Can I do load balancing with redundancy?

    I have two links with different ISPs, and both links (512Kbps) are terminated on separate Cisco routers (2811). Currently, we are using one link, and another link is new. I want to do load sharing and redundancy between them. Right now I am not using BGP (routers are configured in simple manner)....

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  • Configuring a Netgear Layer 3 switch as a router

    I just bought a Netgear Layer 3 GSM7324 Switch. We are paying for collocation services at a Datacenter. We need to configure this switch as a router since we are going to connect servers with public IP's direclty to the switch. We contracted a 1Gbps port and the collocation facility is providing...

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  • Routing between two networks.

    Hello all! I am a small business owner with a fair amount of IT skills, but I need help. My business and the business next to us (we phyically share the same building) are attempting to connect our two networks for point of sale usage. Since we are open to each others stores, and our sales staff...

    CelestialMechanic5 pointsBadges:
  • Netgear GSM 7324 Configuration

    I have a netgear gsm7324 that needs to be configured as a router. I will connect several servers directly to this switch. I have WAN public IP's and LAN IP's. For each server should I configure a WAN for the port and LAN for the server? Thxs ML

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