The ‘Cisco networking’ Archives
Posted September 30, 2004 by

Enable Local Logging on a Cisco Router

In order to view the log of a Cisco router, you need to enable logging.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 29, 2004 by

Configuring a Root Switch on IOS Based Cisco Switches

When you use spanning tree, a root switch is designated for you. However, knowing the location of the root switch makes troubleshooting a switched network much easier. Furthermore, by “manually setting” a root switch, you can use your most powerfull switch to become the root.

Category Cisco switch

Posted September 29, 2004 by

Configuring a Cisco Router as a Terminal Server

When you have a home lab, you want to have console connectivity to all your routers at the same time. By using a terminal server (2509-2512 router range), you can accomplish this.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 29, 2004 by

Cisco: Configuring a Frame-Relay Switch

When you build a Cisco lab for home use, you can simulate a Frame-Relay cloud using a 2521, 2522, or 2600 series with an 8-port sync/async card.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 28, 2004 by

Viewing a Summary of All the Interfaces on a Router

If you want to view the status of all your interfaces on a router, you can use the show ip interfaces brief command.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 28, 2004 by

How to Configure Multiple Cisco Switch Ports at the Same Time

Using the interface range command will save you time when configuring multiple ports with the same characteristics.

Category Cisco switch

Posted September 27, 2004 by

Cisco: How to Configure NAT [Network Address Translation]

This brief tutorial will show you how to configure NAT overload or how to enable Internet access to multiple PCs of your LAN using only one public IP address. This type of NAT can easily be used at home when you have a Cisco 800 series xDSL router.

Category Cisco router

Posted September 23, 2004 by

Port Redirect to Inside Host on a Cisco PIX Firewall

This Tech-Recipes tutorial explains how to configure a PIX to redirect traffic to an inside host via port re-direction. An expample would be if you allowed your PIX to get its external address via DHCP, but you wanted to access a ftp server on the inside of your firewall as well as another host for […]

Category Cisco firewall

Posted September 22, 2004 by

Cisco CallManager Partition and Calling Search Spaces (CSS) Explained

Cisco CallManager partitions and calling search spaces (CSS) are confusing. This Tech-Recipe describes how I keep track of how they work.

Posted September 22, 2004 by

Cisco CallManager Least Cost Routing

The following tech recipe describes a simpler method for least-cost routing configuration for Cisco CallManager.

Posted September 22, 2004 by

Cisco CallManager Bulk Update – Route Pattern

To update a large number of route patterns, some database digging is required. This works with Cisco CallManager CCM 4.0(1) sr2a.