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Questions tagged [routing]

For questions about routing, the process of selecting to which network path traffic is sent. Consider using a more specific tag if your question is about a routing protocol like BGP or OSPF.

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Understanding OSPF

In OSPF, what happens first, the SPF tree or the SPF algorithm? Once the LSDB is created does the SPF tree get created first and then the SPF algorithm runs or does the SPF algorithm run and the SPF ...
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Cisco ASA not passing traffic between two interface

I have Cisco 5506 with Security Plue License and following is my configuration. interface GigabitEthernet1/1 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address 10.0.10.1 255.255.255.0 ! interface ...
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How to block youtube url on a cisco router

How can i block youtube on a cisco router? I have already used class map as seen below class-map match-any url-block-class match protocol http host "*youtube*" ! policy-map block-class policy-map ...
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Static routes to a server in packet tracer

If a generic server with 2 NICs has been added to the network in "packet tracer 7.2.1" where NIC-1 is part of VLAN-1 and NIC-2 is part of VLAN-2 of a layer 2 switch. How to statically route incoming ...
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How does a router know it's received an OLSR message?

So I'm working on my own routing protocol based on a alternative to IP, called ILNP, and I'm having trouble understanding how a router differentiates control packets and data packets for OLSR. The IP ...
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Are network protocols and routing protocols different things?

When reading about network protocols it says they are a set of rules and format for communication between devices over a network, so basically an agreed way of how to communicate over a network. But ...
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How to change ip TTL=1 on flat network for security [closed]

Working on a network at an high rise apartment complex. They have a core router/firewall acting as dhcp server and about 7 switches (all l3 switches). They have a few vlans to segment traffic based of ...
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Juniper MX/SRX series interface monitoring command

Good morning all, I was curious due to an issue were currently troubleshooting in our environment if there is a command in Juniper that will allow us to determine the utilization percentage of an ...
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Unable to configure SR-TE (Segment Routing Traffic Engineering) in CSR 1000v

I'm trying to configure SR-TE (Segment Routing Traffic Engineering) in CSR 1000v IOS XE 16 using the official tutorial in here Segment Routing Traffic Engineering (SR-TE) I have the same topology in ...
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What does the 'network w.x.y.z' RIPv2 command specify?

I'm studying networking protocols, and am starting with RIP. When configuring RIPv2, I see 2 pieces of information you need to relay to the router: Which interfaces to advertise RIP updates on Which ...
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Physical device in subnet of virtual networks [closed]

I was wondering if it's possible to connect a physical Raspberry to a NUC running several virtual machines on an ESXi environment. The network is setup as follows: I want my physical device to be '...
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VyOS: Failure to commit after L2TPv3 configuration

I am trying to get familiar with VyOS (using a VM) and while working on L2TPv3 I encountered something strange: after configuring the L2TPv3 interface and try to commit, an error occurs as if the ...
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Basic connectivity won't work in Packet Tracer

I've been redoing this multiple times and I'm sure i configured it correctly, however there is nothing happening at all. It's just a basic network with 3 routers and OSPF configured. Here are the ...
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Ad hoc vs Mesh, which one to use?

Say we have four nodes (A, B, C, D) that are arranged in a chain-like topology. A <-------> B <-------> C <-------> D Only the adjacent nodes are in range of one another (A can ...
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How does packet traversal works over a public network with NAT overloading

Let's say I have a private network connected to the internet with default gateway 192.168.1.1 on Router1. Now a host(Host#1, 192.168.1.10) on this network wants to send a packet over the public ...
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Is this a valid OSPF topology?

In the following topology: every Backbone router is an ABR. Router 2 belongs to three different areas, area 0, area 1, and area 4. is this a valid topology for OSPF ? it works as expected and it ...
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Resource Errors on 1G interfaces in Juniper router

We are observing resource errors on almost many 1G links on Juniper MX240. The resource errors counter is quite high. The MPC type is MPC Type 1 3D. I am sharing the output of command 'show interface ...
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Juniper SRX320 Dynamic VPN, cannot route to Remote-Protected-Resource

Multiple VPNs setup with a Juniper SRX320. The SRX320 has an irb interface as follows: irb { unit 0 { family inet { address 192.168.120.1/24; } } } I've setup ...
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Connecting eBGP and iBGP routers in Quagga

I am trying to run intra and inter-domain routing using Quagga. I like to announce a prefix from AS7 and I like AS6 receive it and send it to AS2(as shown in the attached topology). I know for intra ...
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InterVLAN routing issue

I've got one L3 Quanta switch. Having a bit of trouble in understanding the right way to configure VLANs and inter-VLAN routing on it. Routing on the switch is enabled. Ports 0/3 - 0/40 are ...
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Which device initiates the data exchange in OSPF (is it the master device or slave)?

I want to know which device initiates the data exchange in OSPF protocol (master device or slave device).
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How to transition an unauthenticated OSPF area to an MD5 authenticated area on a Cisco?

I currently have an existing OSPF area that has neighborships and is exchanging routes, but has no authentication mechanism. Is there a way to transition it to an MD5 authenticated area without ...
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Why is static route being blocked by firewall? [closed]

I've been trying to get router to send specific traffic over to my server to go through an OpenVPN connection. The OpenVPN connection is working fine; and I can use the server as a gateway with no ...
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pfSense: Route traffic from LAN to OpenVPN client

I have set up OpenVPN on pfSense, and it works almost the way I want it. The client connects to the pfSense box from the WAN, is assigned a tunnel IP and can communicate with all the networks on the ...
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ICMP echo messages in a network not properly configured

I have the following network It is really a simple network and routing table of both routers consist of directly connected networks only, meaning, no routing is being done here. Now, it is obvious ...
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Where is the traffic going?

Here is a routing puzzle: I'm working on a poorly documented network, and I'm trying to document things as I discover them. R1 is a core L3 switch. R2 is a router. The FW is a, well, firewall. On ...
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Default gateway of host connected to two routers via switch

I wanted to make this network fully connected, so I need to assign IP addresses to all interfaces of routers and to all hosts. However, I should assign a default gateway address to every host, but, ...
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Successful Intervlan Routing on a Layer 3 Switch, Unsuccessful IP Routing

Hello and thank you in advance for your help! I'm using Packet Tracer for testing purposes and I' m trying to implement a simple intervlan routing in a Layer 3 Switch (3560-24PS) and an IP Routing. ...
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Dealing with IP Spoofing

Border routers, which are routers that span two or more sub networks, can be configured to block packets from outside their administrative domain that have source addresses from inside that domain....
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Can mobile devices take a global IPv6 address by means of only routing?

I'm probably asking this the wrong way, but here it is; I have a /48 block with static addresses for every device on the network. Everything is routed, no NAT, no tricks. My question is: on a mobile ...
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Cisco ISR Zone Based Firewall dual stack not matching returning traffic for ipv6

I have a bit of a problem with my Cisco 1921 ISR config. I have ipv4 (obviously) and also native ipv6 connectivity in my home lab. I am trying to set up the zone based firewall. With ipv4 traffic, the ...
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Does a router send frames or packets?

Perhaps it's a novice question, but does a router send/receive frames? When I read about this subject, it seems that routers decapsulate the frame on arrival, and encapsulate the packet in a frame in ...
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Why isn't web traffic blocked by router?

(A naive/stupid question which I couldn't find answer to on the web.) Why is the internet traffic reaching me even if I haven't set up port forwarding. (For example, I can view websites). What I ...
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How to connect several standardized networks to a common network?

Imagine, if you will, a series of custom built modules (building size). Each module is setup with standardized control/automation equipment (PLC's, VFDs, HMIs etc.) which communicate to each other, ...
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How to connect private networks? [duplicate]

I need to connect two private networks. I have the same IPv4 addresses and need to establish connection between them. • How can I connect them? (NAT?) • What type of routing to use? (I know static ...
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Cisco 899G-LTE Cellular 0 interface in spoofing mode

I have a problem. After I've reseted my router configuration it doesn't get IP from LTE SIM card. Seems like my celullar0 interface is in spoofing mode. > Router#show interfaces cellular 0 ...
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Make devices visible under Access Point

In our network, all wired PCs have a direct access to internet (83.XX.XX.XX) and a secondary IP address on the same NIC in order to access a subnetwork (192.168.10.XX) with wired peripherals (scanners,...
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I want to understand Cisco's packet forwarding mechanisms

I want to understand how Cisco's CEF and Fast Forward cache packet switching is better than process switching, and I think I might be having trouble understanding Cisco's language. When they say ...
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Private IP vs MAC

What I know is that when we connect to another IP, our Public IP gets shared to the outside world, and when they address us they use our Public IP (gateway), and then the gateway directs the ...
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Cisco Router IOS update

I am facing problem in update the IOS of Cisco 7304 router. I am upgrading from 12.4(24)T2, to 15.2(4)S7 this. but I was boot from this version 15.2(4)S7 it booted proper from flash. But when I put ...
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Is it worth the effort to split up in layer 3 with point to point links? [closed]

I have this technical question. With my family we have a little business. I got to provide internet access to three places, separated a few hundred meters each other. I need to allow to watch the ...
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Why are IP addresses given to each interface and not device? What would the implications of that be?

Why do we need to give IP addresses to each interface? Wouldn't giving one to each device be enough?
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Routing a packet for directly connected network

We have a 3rd party Router code for our networking product. I am a novice networking developer and do not have much idea on routing. However we are facing a scenario for which we seek solution. The ...
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BGP - Advertise VRF routes

I have a router with a Global Routing Table (GRT), and a VRF. My end goal is to advertise to my eBGP neighbor my VRF routes. I have actually successfully done it by using address-families (ipv4, ...
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Connectivity from DHCP-based machines to servers with static IP addresses on the same gateway

I have Comcast service with 5 static IP addresses, using a Cisco DPC3939B as the cable modem. In addition to the 5 machines with static IP addresses, there are additional devices that get their IP ...
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Extending a subnet across a WAN link vs routing

probably a noob question but any help is appreciated. Question: What are the disadvantages of spanning L2 subnets across a WAN as opposed to a routed connection? Background: I've got a client who's ...
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How does a router know the MTU of a network?

I've done several exercises where you're given the MTU of a net or subnet, but I wonder how routers know the MTU of the nets they're connected. I've learnt that in OSPF protocol this information is ...
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How are websites accessed without port numbers?

I am confused on how requests to websites are received. If I type in 172.217.5.110 to my browser, google.com sends me its home page. I didn't have to specify the port number. How does that work? I ...
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Cisco ASA Dial in VPN access Devices on Site-to-Site VPN

Questions 1) What do I need to run to get this to allow the on-site to talk to the dial-in network clients E.G ping from 10.101.1.7 to 10.101.2.1? 2) What do I need to run to get the dial-in network ...
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How many pps (64Byte each) i can receive in 1Gbps throughput modem / firewall

I need help with this: If i have 1Gb/s throughput. I can receive how many pps in 64Byte each packet / s? Let's say I can send (Packet / Second - 64Byte) 450,000, meaning I would not only have 230.4 ...