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CISCO 1841 ROUTER CONFIGURATION GUIDE DOWNLOAD

13 Jul Step 3: Now let’s configure up both the WAN and LAN interfaces on the router like so: MICHAEL#conf t. Enter configuration commands. 21 Aug Setup Cisco with outside access (internet access); Setup Cisco as a For this example, Ethernet 0/0 will be used as the outside Now let’s configure up both the WAN and LAN interfaces on the router like so. For Cisco Router, you can follow these steps following. 1. Enter configuration commands, one per line. Router(config)#hostname MICHAEL

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Coniguration Mar 07, I can’t seem to find the equivalent of this guide: I’ll try doing some research on Cisco’s site on dot1q stuff.

Compiled Wed Oct Sat Mar 05, 3: In the end, I’ll have a North, South, and Central site, all with devices plugged into certain ports of the Catalyst s and routing between each other with the Cisco routers. If you need both network interfaces you will need to use the dot1q cisco 1841 router configuration guide to a switch that speaks dot1q and have subinterfaces for each vlan interface. You have two fast ethernet interfaces on the router, how about one on the maintenance vlan and one on the regular network?

Welcome to the Ars Cisco 1841 router configuration guide. I can’t find anything to help me through my problem, which, incidentally, is that I can create the VLAN by using the “vlan database” command, and using “show” in that context will show that a new VLAN has been created, but I find no interface for the VLAN, and if I try to configure a FastEthernet interface, I can’t use the “switchport” command.

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And for dot1q search cisco. Tue Mar 08, 5: Additionally, you may have to actually perform a “int vlan x” before the vlan interface will be created. They can only be used as routed ports.

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Wed Mar 09, To give a better overall picture of what I’m trying to do, we have sixteen sites cojfiguration through frame relay, with a hub site and fifteen others connected to it. Mon Mar 07, 1: Jul 13, Posts: They’re being plugged into Catalyst cisco 1841 router configuration guide whose exact model number I can’t remember right now.

Model, IOS and interfaces would be nice at least. The etherswitch ports can be assigned a vlan just as a switch in addition the SVI can be used to route that vlan i.

If you are patient I cisco 1841 router configuration guide be getting an at the end of this week with a switch on it so I can post an appropriate config. Originally posted by LargeSock: It is different than configuring a layer 3 cisco 1841 router configuration guide router interfaces which show up as int vlan x What type of switch are you plugging the routers into?

Basically the switch that the router is connecting to will need to do Jan 26, Posts: So I believe my problem is most likely that I need another FastEthernet port configuratiob a modular card, instead of trying to use one of the 2 interfaces built into the router already, if Visco understand correctly.

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The onboard ports however cannot be made into switchports and are only supported as routed ports, which is where I think the OP is running into a problem. SpacemanSpiff Ars Centurion Tribus: Connfiguration for the help. If OP is having problems with int vlan and switchport condiguration on an interface, then I suspect he needs to check my sample and give up on a layer2 only interface.

Sun Mar 06, 2: What Monkyman said is correct, from what I have read. System Bootstrap, Version Disco, So a router needs an interface on a maintenance vlan and it needs interfaces on the regular network?

Sun Mar 06, 3: Mon Mar 07, 3: Sat Mar 05, 6: Yeah, I’m a big Cisco newbie right now, but I’m trying to get yuide where I can stand on my own a little better and quit bringing in the high-dollar outside guys who used to do all of our Cisco configurations.