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Lets come to conculsion first before answering your question about destination NAT Destination NAT is always inbound traffic . When outside network users wants to access inside network resources it's (outside to inside) Example : Assuming you have hosted a application in your internal network and the requirement is wants to access application from internet ...


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Multicast uses its own addressing, so static or dynamic routes are not really helping. At the same tome, the unicast station addressing is irrelevant. The PIM router should take care of routing MC to subscribed subnets by itself. All you need to do is activate an interface for multicast routing and make sure the (switch) infrastructure behind that handles ...


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Routing protocols do not route traffic, they simply share route information between routers. If a router learns the same routing information from two different sources, it will use AD (Administrative Distance) to determine which source is most reliable. The information from the most reliable source is what gets installed in the routing table, but the same ...


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Ensure that your network subnet is not overlapping. To ensure communication between two networks which are configured with different routing protocols as you said RIP and EIGRP Redistribute the route of EIGRP to RIP and resdistribute route of RIP to EIGRP to ensure communication between intranet network A and intranet network B Redistribution? Route ...


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First, make sure your IP address ranges are not overlapping between the two intranets. Second, the connection between router 3 and router 4 should be set up, e.g., as a /31 subnet with one IP address configured on each end. Router 3 and router 4 could set each other as gateway of last resort (this is the most convenient way in this scenario, without having ...


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There are online databases and services available with this information, which associate IP-addresses, IP-address ranges or ASNs with the type of company that owns it. But it's unclear how accurate the info in those databases is. (They are probably all based on inferred data, since there doesn't seem to be an official Internet registry that list such ...


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What you want to do will not work the way you envision. You cannot have overlapping networks separated by layer-3 without an ugly workaround, e.g. NAT. The problem with that is NAT will break OSPF, among other things. To use the same network and OSPF, you would need to bridge the two sites at layer-2, and that can cause other problems, such as creating ...


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The reason it works is, you are configuring that switch, with rotate 30, to make a different hashing decision than neighboring switches (implicit default config) even if all the inputs (packet header, ingress port index, etc) are identical. You mentioned you are familiar with the older CEF technology (not that different from what we have today, honestly.) ...


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The aggregate route is useful for reach-ability outside the area or AS where detailed routing information is available for the covered routes. Inside such an area, the reason aggregates default to reject is so unused addresses -- those which are un-routed -- can generate an ICMP unreachable reply. When someone tries to connect (for example, with TCP) they ...


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I have turned of CCMP encryption and now on TKIP mode, clients can connect. TKIP itself is weak i don't know why CCMP is not accepted by latest gen smartphones.


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The requirement for OpenVPN connections is the biggest constraint. Yes, you should be able to do all that using one Linux box. You'll want to configure multiple routing tables, or use ip route 2 source-routing features, to help you achieve the desired behavior. I think the Super User section of Stack Overflow will be a better place for a detailed ...


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It's basically depend upon how your network design and implemented . Assuming and consider for below options if both buildings are connected with layer2 switches and one switch is connected with router in this case you don't required any routing protocols on switches . Just enable default route in router for internet connectivity and configuration sub-...


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From IPv4 Multicast Address Space Registry Extensions for IP Multicasting [RFC1112] specifies the extensions required of a host implementation of the Internet Protocol (IP) to support multicasting. The multicast addresses are in the range 224.0.0.0 through 239.255.255.255. Address assignments are listed below. The range of addresses between 224.0.0.0 and ...


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When you enter ip address in browser computer logically creates a ip headers with souce ip address as computer private ip and destination ip as your choosen typed up in browser . Computer will have local arp table if arp is not available in arp table packet is forward to layer3 devices for gateway of computer in router it's will check for route in routing ...


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NX-OS 7.x likely does not support BFD BGP Multihop BFD BGP multihop support was introduced in NX-OS 8.1(1) according to the NX-OS 7K Command Guide. BFD BGP multihop support was introduced in NX-OS 9.2(1) according to the NX-OS 9K Command Guide. The NX-OS 5.x Command Guide explicitly calls out support for only for single-hop EBGP and iBGP peers. Finally, ...


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