LondonCisco

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LondonCisco commented on If 2 routers have 2 subnets common to them and ospf is configured on both, how does ospf priorities/balance traffic over the 2 subnets? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi AlainYour comments put me to reading and I'm getting alot  better idea of ibgp, peergroups and...

LondonCisco commented on If 2 routers have 2 subnets common to them and ospf is configured on both, how does ospf priorities/balance traffic over the 2 subnets? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi AlainBelow is an extract from our running configuration of R1. I have only included the vlans/...

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

HI NaiduA quick query - is IP SLA a standard feature on all routers/Cisco IOS, or is there someway...

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi AlainI don't know what the correct answer to this. If I may explain.Our routers have interfaces...

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi NaiduThat is very helpful and very complete! That helps immensely with understanding IP SLA.John

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi DarrenThanks, that is very helpful. If ok with you, could we explore how this affects our...

LondonCisco commented on What is the best way to find out how your router will route traffic for a particular ip address? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Thanks to all who have answered. It answered my original question plus has expanded my knowledge of...

LondonCisco commented on What is the best way to find out how your router will route traffic for a particular ip address? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi AlainOnce again, thanks.No problem if you haven't time to respond to these - but just in case...

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi RezaThat looks like what I would want to know.Out of interest, do you know or know of a link...

LondonCisco commented on What is the best way to find out how your router will route traffic for a particular ip address? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi AlainThanks! That gave exactly the output that I wanted (see below). Out of interest (please don...

LondonCisco commented on Is it possible in IOS to have two static routes for the same subnet, one a higher priority and "failover" between the 2? in WAN, Routing and Switching 4 years ago

Hi RezaThat does help alot. However, there is still an area which I'm not sure of - and I think...

LondonCisco commented on SNMP Newbee Security Queries in Network Management 4 years ago

Hi SmiteshYes, that did help.ThanksJohn

LondonCisco commented on Newbee Question: Can an ASA device control Wireless Access Points? in Getting Started with Wireless 4 years ago

Once again, thanks to all you guys.Rob, thanks for that last bit of information, that will be very...

LondonCisco commented on Newbee Question: Can an ASA device control Wireless Access Points? in Getting Started with Wireless 4 years ago

Hi Scott/LeolaohooThanks for your responses and time.You've confirmed what I suspected.There are...

LondonCisco commented on Newbee Question: Can an ASA device control Wireless Access Points? in Getting Started with Wireless 4 years ago

Hi ScottThanks.We did query the fact with the company when they made the recommendation, however...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506: Default Gateway doesn't work in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi KishoreThat does help alot. I understand what has happend on our two switches.On the Catalyst...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506: Default Gateway doesn't work in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi Edison/RezaThanks.Out of interest, do you know a command to show whether "ip routing" is turned...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506: Default Gateway doesn't work in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi Edison/RezaThe ip route that Edison gave most definitely worked.The switch did allow me to put...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506: Default Gateway doesn't work in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi (Hola) EdisonThat works perfectly (I will assign correct answer to you once the discussion is...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi RezaThanks! I have one more query which will be my last on this post - promise! The IOS has been...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi RezaA quick query which you might be able to help with: what version of IOS would you recommend...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Brilliant Reza - you're a star!I'll look at these tomorrow and let you know how I get on!John

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi Reza/AllThanks for all your useful comments up to now.I was able to make a manual inspection.The...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi RezaYou are quite right - apologies - it is a Cisco Catalyst 4506. My typos! I also believe the...

LondonCisco commented on Cisco Catalyst 4506 OS Image deleted: How do I re-install? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Hi RezaThanks for getting back so fast!It is a 6540. I don't know what Sup module or type of MSFC...

LondonCisco commented on Changing a live "ip local pool": will it disrupt the existing vpdn connections? in Remote Access 4 years ago

No problem. The picture is clear now. Thanks for your time.

LondonCisco commented on Changing a live "ip local pool": will it disrupt the existing vpdn connections? in Remote Access 4 years ago

Hi MartinMaybe I'm being a bit slow here! But I still don't understand.I am using a router.The "ip...

LondonCisco commented on Can modules on a catalyst 6500 Series switch be configured to be different logical switches? in LAN, Switching and Routing 4 years ago

Thanks John, Riccardo. You have both answered my question very clearly. John

LondonCisco commented on Changing a live "ip local pool": will it disrupt the existing vpdn connections? in Remote Access 4 years ago

Hi MartinI don't understand what you mean about the exclude command being global in this context.I...

LondonCisco commented on Changing a live "ip local pool": will it disrupt the existing vpdn connections? in Remote Access 4 years ago

Hi MartinThe "excluded-address" option didn't appear to apply to "ip local pool ".I reconfigured as...

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