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converting AP from autonomous to CAPWAP; DHCP keeps interrupting TFTP Process (follow up)
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This looks similar to converting AP from CAPWAP to autonomous - BVI1 interface gets reverted back to DHCP debug capwap client no-reload should prevent the AP from reloading when no DHCP is detected ...

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show current power consumption Cisco 3650 IOS 3.07.04E
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I can't find any 3650's at the moment but I have a 3850 running 3.7.3E. Looks like it will tell you the actual consumption. Switch#show power inline police Module Available Used Remaining ...

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converting AP from CAPWAP to autonomous - BVI1 interface gets reverted back to DHCP
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By putting the AP into manual boot mode. You can upload a new image to the AP similar a regular router. debug capwap con cli conf t boot manual reload You should see the ap: prompt. If you ...

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Cisco PBR with DMVPN and Dual ISP
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I think you need to add to your route-map. set ip next-hop YOUR_IP_ADDRESS Where YOUR_IP_ADDRESS is the next hop router you want to route to. eg) route-map policyRouting permit 10 match ip ...

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How to best re-allocate interfaces to move to a different VDC
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Assuming that these ports are just access ports and are not participating in any routing or VLAN trunking which would cause a STP re-convergence or a routing re-convergence. It should be safe to move ...

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Cisco 2921 SEC upgradable to WAAS?
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Yes it should be; I believe you need this license: FL-C2921-WAASX BTW, there is also an minimum RAM increase requirement to run WAAS. Make sure you consult this Cisco data sheet for WAAS Express

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Multi-drop Cat5e/6 Cable?
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For some large-scale temporary locations that I've worked at. The business ran 25-pair with amphenol ends on both sides. This allowed them to just remove the patch panel and breakout boxes when they ...

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Configure External Interface for DHCPv6 client on Cisco IOS
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Well firstly you need to globally enable on your router ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef I believe you should also have the following on your WAN interface: ipv6 address dhcp ipv6 enable ipv6 nd ...

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Cisco WLC Mobility Group between 7.0.x and 7.5.x
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I've never had to do a migration from 7.0 to 7.5 code in my environments. The 2600 series APs were first supported in 7.2.110. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/release/notes/...

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IGMP snooping and link-local multicast addresses
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I've kept digging around the internet....and I think I've answered my own question. Now I need to go back to the application/device owners/developers and see what we can do or further lock these ...

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Layer 2 switch send VLAN frames over fiber connection to another Layer 2 switch?
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Assuming that you manage the fiber yourself (dark fibre, your own runs...etc), then yes - this should be possible as long as you have the proper configuration on both sides of the Cisco ISA570.

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Switch replacement procedure 3560G to 3750X
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I don't think you're going to see any website with direct step-by-step instructions on how to do this. There maybe a few blogs which speak to a blogger's personal experience....however, this is how I ...

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Is there a better way to design a Out-of-Band Management Network?
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I know the 3750X's have a management interface on the back which is a 10/100 Fast ethernet port. Its right next to the RJ-45 console port. I also believe that the 2960 switch that you listed there ...

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About the switchport mode
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Welcome to the field of network engineering! DTP stands for Dynamic Trunking Protocol and is crucial to the commands below. It is also Cisco proprietary. switchport mode access - Always forces that ...

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A user on 802.1x-protected wireless reports slow or stalled ssh connections
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Firstly, performance on a wired connection will usually ALWAYS be better than a wireless connection. A wireless network is using a shared medium (air) to transfer data. Wireless communication has ...

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upgrade RAM on a Cisco ASA 5520
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Just wanted to note about the 2x ASA 5520's that I have. The original sticks inside the 5520s were OEM RAM. One set had the model/part-no cis00-21077-508mg on it. (PC2700 ECC) The other was OEM Micron ...

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Determining optimal bandwidth needs for the office
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Generally speaking you can install MRTG or any network graphing and historical data software which can pull interface statistics via SNMP. A nice and easy free software for this is CactiEZ. It can be ...

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How does one specify certain IPs or MAC addresses for NBAR policy enforcement?
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I don't believe you can block youtube.com with your router anymore. YouTube.com runs over HTTPS now which would disallow the router from inspecting the packets. Your best bet is to probably block the ...

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Setting up DHCP server on the router or on the switch?
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Given the topology you gave in your comment. The L3 switch is probably the best place to put the DHCP server. This also sets you up in event you add an additional WAN router and have two circuits or ...

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/31 Point-to-point bitmasks
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I've been using them internally in labs running EIGRP for a bit and haven't find any problem so far. The way I see it if a /24 is allocated for a P2P range. /30 bitmask = 64 P2P links /31 bitmask = ...

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AAA/TACACS+ password on Cisco switch always fails at second password prompt
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4 votes

I would do a debug on your TACACS+ server while you are trying this. I'll assume that you only want to use TACACS authentication and only fall-back to local logins if it can't access the server? Try ...

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DHCP assign IP address based on MAC address with Cisco CE 500 platform?
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I know this isn't specifically on topic - however I believe its worth mentioning that IPv6 actually has the ability to assign an IP address based on the MAC address by using eui-64 notation. This ...

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CDP not available to be enabled on ME3400 port
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I remember dealing with this exact same issue a long while ago. The reason why by default the ME3400 or any of the ME series don't have CDP enabled is due to the fact they're supposed to be deployed ...

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When to choose fiber instead of twisted pair (copper)
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No one seems to have mentioned that with Fibre - you have the future option for DWDM. However, I guess if you're debating between fibre & copper on a run - DWDM would probably be your last ...

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PIM-SM multicast and HSRP/VRRP
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Assuming you're in a Cisco environment....have you enabled ip pim sparse-mode on all the interfaces between that device and the RP? Also don't forget to have ip pim autorp listener so it finds the RP ...

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Dynamic Routing Protocol (IGP) over IPSec VPN tunnels to branch offices?
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GRE isn't supported on the ASA from my knowledge. Would you ever required multicast? How many tunnels would you need to support? Although this is going off-topic of the ASA, DMVPN could solve your ...

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CISCO Wireless Lan Controller and AP's design question
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APs and the controller being on the same subnet is rather unlikely. You'd probably have a centralized controller somewhere in your organization and the APs would be plugged into ports in different IDF ...

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Switch interface config for IP Phones
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The first method also works for Avaya phones - only they must have the proper DHCP option strings on the data vlan to know which voice vlan it should try and tag its traffic to afterwards. I usually ...

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