Dec
21

Looking up ip in cisco router after every mistyped commands?

If you have mistyped a command in Cisco router, it will take few seconds for it to come back to the prompt. To avoid this costly lookup, disable ip domain lookup. From the enable mode, type “no ip domain lookup” will fix this error.

Dec
21

After resetting the password on Cisco Router, it goes back to default settings.

If you have reset the Cisco router password using the register, everytime you start the router, it may come to the default setting. To correct this issue, you have to make sure that the router’s register is set for 0×2102 rather than 0×2142. To change the setting from the enabled mode, type config-register 0×2102. Hope…
Read More

Dec
14

Cisco command lookup tool

If you are wondering what are the meaning of various cisco commands, check out the following. Please note that you need to be a registered CCO member to use this site. http://tools.cisco.com/Support/CLILookup/cltSearchAction.do

Oct
21

How to configure netflow and top talker in Cisco Router

Netflow is a tool in Cisco router to track traffic in and out of a router. It can be configured easily from the terminal configuration mode by the following command. ip flow-top-talkers top 50 sort-by bytes cache-timeout 30000 The next requirement is to enable the interface you want to track by implementing the following. In…
Read More

Sep
16

How to clear counters on a Cisco Router/Switch?

The counters can be cleared easily with the following command from the config mode. clear counters This will reset all counters to zero.

Aug
19

How to setup the speed and duplex setting on a Cisco router or switch?

If you need to set the speed of the connection, then the following are the commands for it. 1. Sign on to the router and go to enable mode (enter ENABLE at the prompt) 2. Enter in to the config mode (enter config from enable mode) 3. Specify the interface you want to set the…
Read More

Aug
19

How to Setup EIGRP Protocol on a Cisco Router?

The following are the commands to setup an EIGRP protocol on a Cisco Router. These commands are model independent. 1. Sign on to the router 2. Go in to Enable mode 3. Enter Config 4. Enter the Following commands router eigrp 100 eigrp (network address of the interfaces on the local router such as 192.168.100.0)…
Read More

© tecmaze.com . The content is copyrighted to tecmaze.com and may not be reproduced on other websites