Interface FA 0/0

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Feb 28th, 2003

Does anyone know what interface FA 0/0 is. I just saw this as part of the simulation on an exam. I was supposed to configure it. Typing it in at the config prompt gave me an error. I thought it might be fast ethernet, but that didn't work either.

If you know what this is, could you tell me what to type at a router prompt to configure parameters for it.

( ex Serial 0/0 would be ROUTER ( config )# interface serial 0/0 return, then you would get the ROUTER ( config-if)#

I have this problem too.
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donewald Fri, 02/28/2003 - 17:51

FA is FastEthernet but I see this more in the switches. This (below) is a snap out of a 3500 Catalyst.

Router(config)#int fa 4/1

Router(config-if)#switchport

Router(config-if)#switchport access vlan 10

Might be they had the wrong HW for this for your lab. FE works in router platforms.

Hope this helps you,

Don

vksvikram Wed, 03/12/2003 - 02:21

Hi,

FA stands for "fast ethernet" slot/port i.e oth slot, oth port or the first port in an ethernet module.

It is the same as int s0/0 except that, fa is a LAN port which connectts your LAN , and s0/0 connects to a WAN link.

hope I resolved your issue

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