The DHCP process within your RVO82 seems to be “quitting” after a certain amount of time. This seems to be ranging over a span of a few months (4-6 months) and power cycling kicks the DHCP process back in. Once the router has kept an IP for a distinct amount of time, it stops requesting for an IP (through the DHCP process) and it simply keeps it (like a static IP). We need to figure out if Cisco knows of any bugs that might cause the DHCP process to go dormant after a select amount of time and then kick back in once power cycled.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
A) In your Cisco device: 1. Ensure you don´t have any rule denying the
traffic between the device and the remote...
Introduction: This document describes how to connect SG300 with Catalyst
switch via STP. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is a Layer 2 protocol that
runs on mainly on switches. The specification for STP is IEEE 802.1D.
The main purpose of STP is to ensure tha...
You have a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) system and want
to configure a SPA112 analog telephone adaptor (ATA) to register to the
CUCM so that you can use up to two analog phones or similar FXS devices
with the CUCM.In this application note, ...