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In global configuration mode, typing default interface [the interface] will clear the interface's configuration in the running-config.
answered May 23 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg
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I use the following configuration and it logs config commands, as well as a few others like 'enable': archive log config logging enable notify syslog hidekeys
answered May 17 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg
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The problem here is that the device is interpreting the first @ as the delimiter between the credentials and the FTP server address. Perhaps configuring the username and password in global-configurat …
answered Jun 17 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg
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Tunnel interfaces have many uses, including participating in a larger VPN configuration. A VPN setup usually has many parts, including encryption, authentication, routing, and finally, the tunneling. …
answered May 28 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg
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The feature you are most likely looking for is known as local authentication. This is implemented using Lightweight EAP, or "LEAP." Essentially you create a local database of users on the controller, …
answered Apr 23 '14 by Yosef Gunsburg
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SNMP is very handy for this type of monitoring. For just one router, you can download the free version of PRTG and set it up to monitor the interface's bandwidth. On your router you are going to need …
answered Jun 9 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg
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Regardless of whether your switch is performing frame forwarding (layer 2) or packet routing (layer 3), the following should work if the switch has a management IP address in the same subnet as the ho …
answered May 19 '13 by Yosef Gunsburg