The ‘Cisco networking’ Archives
Posted September 22, 2003 by

Save Cisco router configuration

Save the router config from the command line.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 22, 2003 by

Configure IGRP routing on a Cisco router

IGRP is a proprietary routing protocol designed by Cisco and can only be used in a homogeneous network of Cisco routers. IGRP is a distance-vector protocol that considers delay, bandwidth and other optional parameters to determine the best path.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 22, 2003 by

Configure RIP routing on a Cisco router

RIP routing is a distance-vector routing protocol which is simple to configure. The routing protocol determines the best path to a target by estimating the distance in number of hops or intermediate routers.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Configure PIX interface by DHCP

In many situations such as remote sites connected by DSL or cable modem, the outside interface IP address of a firewall must support dynamic addressing by DHCP.

Category Cisco firewall

Posted September 18, 2003 by

Load a New Cisco PIX Software Image from a TFTP Server

TFTP (trivial file transfer protocol) provides a convenient means of quickly transferring a Cisco IOS image to a firewall over an ethernet interface. This procedure is substantially faster than transferring over a serial port.

Category Cisco firewall

Posted September 18, 2003 by

Add a login banner to your Cisco router

A login banner is displayed whenever someone connects to the router by telnet or console connections.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Set the hostname of a Cisco router

The router hostname alters the prompt that is displayed while connected to the router. It does not affect routing or name resolution but can make administration safer in an environment with multiple routers.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Enable and password protect telnet logins to Cisco routers

The ability to telnet to a Cisco router makes administration easier. This simple configuration enables telnet logins to the router and protects them with a password.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Change the Enable Password on a Cisco Router

The enable password is similar to the superuser or Administrator password and protects your Cisco router. Only after authenticating with this password can you make changes to your device.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Configure a default route on a Cisco router

The default route is the IP address of the next hop when no other routes are known.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Show the IP routing table in a Cisco router

Command to display the IP routine table of a Cisco router.

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Posted September 18, 2003 by

Show a summary of a Cisco router interfaces

This quick command shows the up or down state and ip address of all interfaces on the Cisco router.

Category Cisco router