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February 27, 2011  6:12 AM

“Default interface” a very useful Cisco IOS command



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco 3550, Cisco Catalyst 3500 Series Switch, Cisco Catalyst Switch, Cisco configuration tips, Cisco Switch configuration, Cisco Switches, Cisco Switches tips, Cisco Tips, default interface, Network technologies & trends

  When we are configuring Cisco Switches and Cisco routers, sometimes we need to set the interface to default settings. Using the "default interface" configuration command we can achieve the result. This command is very handy and can be used on any Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch. In the...

September 25, 2010  5:07 AM

“Show mac address-table count” a useful Cisco IOS command



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
CAM Table, CCNP SWITCH 642-813, Cisco Catalyst Switch, Cisco IOS command, Cisco Switch tips, Cisco Switches tips, Cisco Tips, Command, hosts, mac address, Network, Show mac address-table count, troubleshooting, VLAN

Suppose you want figure out total number of active MAC Address for each VLAN in Cisco Catalyst Switch, you can figure it out by using a command "Show mac address-table count".  This command can...


September 20, 2010  6:03 AM

“No IP Routing” was the answer



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco Catalyst 4506, Cisco Catalyst 6513, Cisco Switch configuration, Cisco Switches tips, Cisco tips VTP, HSRP, IOS commands, No IP routing, switches troubleshooting, troubleshooting Cisco Switches, VLAN, VTP, VTP Client

  Recently one of our vendor added couple of new Cisco Catalyst 4506 Series distribution switches to our network for their PACS project.  Those two newly added Cisco 4506 Series distribution switches are connected to our Core Cisco Catalyst 6513Series Switches using a layer 23 uplink ( as a...


January 20, 2010  7:29 AM

Disable Cisco Discovery Protocol on unused interfaces



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
CDP, Cisco Discovery Protocol, Cisco Router tips, Cisco routers. Disable cdp, Cisco Switches, Cisco Switches tips, Cisco Tips, Network technologies & trends, Network Tips, Network Troubleshooting, no cdp enable, show cdp interfaces, show cdp neighbors


November 18, 2009  1:06 PM

How to archive your Cisco Router or Switch Configuration?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
archive command, archive config, Cisco Configuration, Cisco IOS configuration, Cisco IOS tips, Cisco Router tips, Cisco Routers, Cisco Switches, Cisco Switches tips, Cisco Systems, Cisco Tips, configure replace flash, FTP, How to archive your Cisco Router or Switch Configuration?, HTTP, HTTPS, IOS Version, IOS version 12.3 (4) T, Network Technologies and Trends, Network Tips, protocols, RCP, Router Configuration, running config, SCP, TFTP

Do you all know there is a great way to archive the tasks you carry out in your Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch? Especially whenever you perform a “write memory or copy run start” in your Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch. Most people do not realize starting an IOS version 12.3 (4) T and higher...


November 14, 2009  7:13 AM

How to configure Secure Copy (SCP) in Cisco Devices?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
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November 9, 2009  6:47 AM

What is Secure Copy (SCP)?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
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