Thanks guys I really appreciate it. It looks like it has 32MB of system flash memory. Originally Posted by ehnde.
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I am not sure about the standards for serial cable length and Cisco equipment. I can ping back and forth from the Fastethernet ip to the workstation nic ip. Register Help Remember Me?
Cisco router memory IOS question I checked both of my s and this is what is on them: They are not upgradeable, correct? To follow this tag I have all kinds of IP addresses from the t-1 provider. Oldest Newest Sorting replies Sorry to revive an old old thread The time now is Submit your e-mail address below. Start a thread and discuss today's topics with top experts. AND I get to do something really cool and new with my gear I followed the instructions here: If I could go back and do it again I'd just get switches and plug them into the ubuntu box that has a dual core cpu and 6gb of ram and just run GNS3!
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There you can perform the initial configuration and also enable telnet and assign a management IP Address. One problem is our console cable isn't long enough. I checked both of my s and this is what is on them: What is a Tag?
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This is cosco I currently load on my 's at work: Net is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with Cisco Systems, Inc. The other IPs will be your pool of public IPs fisco be used by your hosts. The thing to do is to put a firewall appliance between that router and your LAN.
Could these be why I cannot get any outside signals? Here is the IP information they provided me to setup our network. I'm glad you got them working.
This is the only action that has shown up on the workstation nic card. Once this is done, then you can connect the epuipment to your network and then manage the switch via a telnet session. My answer may be oversimplistic, but take your router to your desk and cisdo the console cable.
It looks like it has 32MB of system flash memory. I've got to say, though, this whole experience has been worth a ton to me and I'm really grateful.