Mo Moghaddas
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Support GRE tunneling router or firewall
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Although GRE is developed by Cisco, it doesn't mean that other vendors don't support it. It's became kinda standard in the industry and I have not seen any single vendor who doesn't support it, ...

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Routing between branches
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I have had also similar situation. It depends on different factors. I assume that your topology won't scale that much, so I would suggest keep going with BGP as you mentioned good pros for that. Also,...

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i have two gateways for destination for single route
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Firstly, you need some kinda mechanism to track the feasibility status of a route. So, you assign higher metric to the backup route, and when the tracking mechanism sense that the route is not active, ...

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Disable IP fragmentation on cisco port
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You can use an inbound ACL to block fragments. The following link is a good place to start: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/ip/generic-routing-encapsulation-gre/8014-acl-wp.html

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HP ProCurve switch 2848 J4904A
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You can create two levels of access, Manager and Operator. You can do this first via the web interface. Also you can disable web access by no web-management in CLI or by setting Web Agent Enabled ...

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Is publishing iBGP default routes a good idea in a multi-router multi-homed environment?
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In case you can't setup a full-mesh iBGP and passing tables to SVC routers, I would suggest to setup an IGP between Core and SVC Routers and let it load-balance the default route. Also you can have ...

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Quagga eBGP route advertisments are not propagated into iBGP session
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I guess that the problem is with your supporting routes for 1.1.1.0/24 and 1.1.2.0/24. To announce a prefix, you need a supporting route in RIB. So, you should have 1.1.1.0/24 and 1.1.2.0/24 in RIB ...

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Juniper SRX to core switch and distribution. Transparent (L2) mode vs. routing mode
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Hence you mentioned the main purpose is IPS performance, then I would suggest put it in Transparent mode. Thus, as you may know, you won't have to hassle with IP Addressing changes, but you will lose ...

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Why do we need IP address when we have a MAC address?
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IP addresses are explicitly not designed to be bound by hardware where as MAC addresses are. MAC addresses can be changed temporarily most of the time but each device is supposed to have a globally ...

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Redirect inbound traffic to another router not running BGP
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I assume that you want to affect INBOUND internet traffic, and you know how to handle your OUTBOUND traffic. Then the easiest way to accomplish this would be to do "as-path prepending" on your Cisco ...

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Subnet-based VLAN assignment on Cisco
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Short answer: Impossible. I'm pasting the answer from here: First of all it is not possible without assigning the ports to vlans. Any computer connected to any switch port need to be in some ...

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