Avery Abbott
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IPv6 address assigned to vlan interface of 3750 switch changes
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You could use DHCPv6 to send them IPv6 addresses, but your best bet is going to be the same approach with IPv4 - static IP addressing for management interfaces. Also, consider using a different and ...

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A way to monitor IPsec tunnels?
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Have you considered making a loopback interface on the distant end router/firewall (whatever the other end tunnel device is) and monitoring that? You could make it an RFC 1918 address and only ...

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Help with bringing DR site in to general network
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You could have your MPLS provider configure a L2VPN for you across the MPLS network. This allows you to have the same VLANs at both ends and actually communicate on a frame-by-frame rather than ...

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vlan creation with just vlan name
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802.1Q tracks VLANs based on ID (number) not name, so this would be an awkward way to program a switch. Example: Customer A is plugged into VLAN 10 named "Clients" on Switch A. Switch A and Switch ...

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Etherchannel on 6509 (VSS) with interfaces from different type of modules supported?
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It works great on a 4500 and should work fine on a 6500. The first answer was correct, though - the speed has to match and all links have to be full duplex.

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Can't capture WLAN Probe Request
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There could be one of at least two possible things going on here: 1.) You don't have a strong enough signal from your monitor to the client. The AP's antennae are better at listening and sorting out ...

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How to clear all static NAT entries with just one command?
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Create your config file that has no NAT entries, upload to your router, remove config.text, change the new config file name to config.text, then run a "configure memory" command to load the config....

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Combining Two Networks With Hardware
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I would recommend looking into how to implement QoS with your equipment so that the phone traffic has priority over the regular data traffic. Once that is in place, there are a number of ways to pick ...

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Wireless Roaming between different networks
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Depending on how far apart the two buildings are, you could also potentially shorten the DHCP lease time to where it is impossible to get from one building to another without having your lease expire. ...

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How can I see which switchports are not in use?
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It's a little bit cheating, but if everything is only attached to one end device, you can turn on port security with sticky mac addresses. Check back in a while (however long you expect is a ...

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Troubleshooting "Down BGP" connections
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Not from what I'm seeing. Your ISP's router quit responding to the hello messages from your router, which is why you lost your BGP connection. It's also possible that your router quit listening to ...

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