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Access list command for specific IP range in Cisco Router 1921

ACL use either hosts or networks, not ranges. Networks are bounded by power of 2 values. Your range doesn't correspond to a single network. The best you can do is split your range into 4 valid ...
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How do I find the IP of the DNS server that respond for a specific domain name?

The authoritative name server should be in the domain's NS record. In Windows, this can be looked up nslookup -type=ns somedomain.com In Linux, something like dig somedomain.com NS +noall +answer ...
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Find which VRF contains a route

If you want to limit your output to just the names of the routing-tables, then something like: show route 192.169.0.0/24 | match dest will do the trick
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What is the Avaya command to find out how long a port has been down for?

I don't know how to show it in the CLI, it's not in the output of show interfaces verbose or show port-statistics afaik... Another option could be to query it using SNMP. Avaya supports the IF-MIB, ...
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How do I automate ssh sessions with a Router Ericsson IPOS?

I'm not sure what i can do. If there are any other ways i can run that script and receive the I/O without manually typing in the command, with or without using ssh or rsa key pairs, im all ears. ...
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Configuring a sticky MAC address on IOS

While you can manually configure a sticky address, it is not usually used that way (and in fact Cisco recommends against it): You can configure MAC addresses to be sticky. These can be dynamically ...
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Naming a VLAN with a space in name

When configuring a VLAN's it's recommended by Cisco to use underscores instead of spaces. Hence the correct configuration would be: Switch(config-vlan)#name VLAN_10 and Switch(config-vlan)#name ...
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Naming a VLAN with a space in name

Use an underscore instead. ;) Spaces aren't usually allowed in the names of interfaces. Sometimes you can name with a space if you use Quotes "VLAN 10" but YMMV.
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