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Post by FutureIT on Sun May 14, 2017 3:15 pm

Basic configuration Router en switch

Router en Switch Basic
ROUTER>enable
ROUTER#conf t
ROUTER#end  Fast command to exit

No lookup
ROUTER(config)#no ip domain-lookup

Saving config
ROUTER#copy running-config startup-config | wr

Giving a router/switch  a hostname
ROUTER(config)#hostname <NAME FOR THE DEVICE>

Host table
ROUTER(conf)#ip host <Hostname> <IP ADDRESS(ES)>

Password on console
ROUTER(config) #line console <PORT NR>
ROUTER(config-line)#password cisco
ROUTER(config-line)#logging synchronous
ROUTER(config-line)#exec-timeout <min sec>
ROUTER(config-line)#exit

Password on terminal connections
ROUTER(config)#line vty  <PORT NR>
ROUTER(config-line)#password cisco
ROUTER(config-line)l#logging synchronous
ROUTER(config-line)#exec-timeout <min sec>
ROUTER(config-line)#exit

Enable Encrypted Password
ROUTER(config)#enable secret class
ROUTER(config)#exit

Interfaces Configuration
ROUTER(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER(config-if)#ip address <IP ADDRESS> <SUBNETMASK>
ROUTER(config-if)#clock rate 56000 (ONLY on DCE Serial interface)
ROUTER(config-if)#no shutdown
ROUTER(config-if)#exit

Password
Banner
ROUTER(config)#banner motd &<tekst>&
ROUTER(config)#exit

Configuring Routing Protocol

RIP Configureren
ROUTER(config)#router rip
ROUTER((config-router)#passive-interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER(config-router)#network <IP ADDRESS>
ROUTER(config-router)#exit
ROUTER(config)#exit

Enable RIP-V2
ROUTER (config)#router rip
ROUTER (config-router)#version 2
ROUTER((config-router)#passive-interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER (config-router)#no auto-summary
ROUTER (config-router)#exit
ROUTER (config)#exit

- Router RIP versie 2
Netwerken 172.16.0.0 192.168.10.0 192.168.40.0 en 192.168.50.0.
passive-interface fastethernet 0/0


Enable OSPF
ROUTER (config)#router ospf <ID>
Summarize an area in the OSPF Table
ROUTER((config-router)#passive-interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER (config)#<IP ADDESS> <WILDCARD> area <NR>
ROUTER (config)#end
Sends a static route thought OSPF
ROUTER (config)#default-information originate

Create Trunk link on sub interfaces
ROUTER(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER(config-if)#no shutdown

Create sub an interface
ROUTER(config-if)#interface <INTERFACE> . <NR>
ROUTER(config-subif)#encapsulation dot1q <VLAN NR>
ROUTER(config-subif)#ip address <IP ADDRESS> <SUBNET MASK>
ROUTER(config-subif)#end

Enable DHCP Service
ROUTER(config)#ip dhcp pool <NAME OF THE POOL>
ROUTER(dhcp-config)#network <IP ADDRESS> <SUBNET MASK>
ROUTER(dhcp-config)#default-router <IP OF THE GATEWAY(ROUTER)>
ROUTER(config)#ip dchp excluded-addresses <START IP ADDESS> <END IP ADDRESS>

Configure a static route
ROUTER(config)ip route <NETWORK ID> <SUBNET MASK> <INTERFACE | NEXT ROUTER IP>

Send packets to a last resort gateway
ROUTER(config)ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <INTERFACE | NEXT ROUTER IP ADDRESS>


Switch Configuration

Configuring a default-gateway
SWITCH(config)#ip default-gateway <IP OF THE GATEWAY(ROUTER)>


Method 2
SWITCH(config)#vlan <NUMBER FOR THE VLAN>
SWITCH(config-vlan)#name <NAME OF VLAN>

Delete a VLAN
SWITCH#vlan database
SWITCH(vlan)#no vlan <NUMBER OF VLAN>

Assing an IP address to a VLAN
SWITCH(config)#interface VLAN <NR>
SWITCH (config-if)#ip address <IP ADDRESS> <SUBNET MASK>
SWITCH (`config-if)#exit

Assign/remove a Port to VLAN
Assign a single Port to a VLAN
SWITCH(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport mode access
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport access vlan <NUMBER OF VLAN>
SWITCH(config-if)#end

Assign/remove a Port to security
SWITCH(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport port-security
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport port-security maximum <NUMBER>
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport port-security mac-address sticky
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport port-security violation protect

Assign a Port range to a VLAN
SWITCH(config)#interface range <RANGE OF THE SELECTED INTERFACE> 0/4 – 6
SWITCH(config-if-range)#switchport mode access
SWITCH(config-if-range)#switchport access vlan <NUMBER OF VLAN>

Remove a Port from a VLAN
SWITCH(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
SWITCH(config-if)#no switchport access vlan <NUMBER OF VLAN>

Create a trunk link <INTERFACE>
SWITCH(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
SWITCH(config-if)#switchport mode trunk
SWITCH(config-if)#end
Create a VTP connection
Server side
SWITCH1#vlan database
SWITCH1(vlan)#vtp server
SWITCH1(vlan)#vtp domain <NAME DOMAIN>
SWITCH1(vlan)#exit

Client Side
Switch2#vlan database
Switch2(vlan)#vtp client
Switch2(vlan)#vtp domain <NAME DOMAIN>
Switch2(vlan)#exit

Access lists

<0-99> IP Standard list
<100-199>IP Extended list
<1300-1999>Extra IP Standard list
<2000-2699>Extra IP Extended list

Standard Accesslists
Standard Accesslist are applied close as possible to the destination.(outgoing port of the router)
Standard Accesslist = Destination

Accesslist-list <NR> <PERMIT | DENY> <SOURCE> <WILDCARD>

Extended Accesslist
Extended Accesslist are applied close as possible to the source.(incoming port of the router)
Extended Accesslist = Source

Accesslist-list <NR> < PERMIT | DENY > <PROTOCOL> <SOURCE> <DESTINATION> [eq <PORTNUMBER | SERVICE NAME>]

<SOURCE> <SOURCE ADDRESS WILDCARD | ANY | HOST IP ADDRESS>
<DESTINATION> <DESTINATION ADDRESS WILDCARD | ANY | HOST IP ADDRESS>

<PROTOCOL>
TCP = TCP Traffic
UDP = UDP Traffic
ICMP = PING
IP = All traffic

Apply accesslist number, which way and on what interface
ROUTER(config)#interface <INTERFACE>
ROUTER(config-if)#ip access-group <NUMBER OF ACCESSLIST> <IN | OUT>

Apply accesslist on a vty | console
ROUTER(config)#line <vty | console>
ROUTER(config)#access-class <NUMBER OF ACCESSLIST <IN | OUT>

Show Commands

Show running config
DEVICE#show running-config | show run
Shows running configuration

Show start config
DEVICE#show startup-config | show start
Shows startup configuration

Show VLAN
DEVICE#show vlan

Show ip interface brief
DEVICE#show ip interface brief
Shows interface information briefly

Show Controllers
Router#show controllers <INTERFACE>

Show ip show ip protocols
DEVICE#show ip protocols

Show ip route
DEVICE#show ip route
Shows Routes learned by a routing protocol

Show ip access-lists
DEVICE#show ip access-lists
Shows made access lists

DEBUG RIP
DEVICE#debug ip rip

DEBUG RIP OFF
DEVICE#no debug ip rip

ALL DEBUGS OFF
DEVICE#no debug all

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I have a custom domain that works fine with all (https) sites and Forums I visit.
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I know the problem is being worked on and it will take time to resolve. Are the other sites way ahead with the latest browser security protocol?

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Re: VPN troubleshooting subnetting

Post by SQLTeacher on Mon May 22, 2017 2:40 am

I have a custom domain that works fine with all (https) sites and Forums I visit.
Forumotion appears to be the only server that exhibits the insecure https.// lock, Why is that? Thanks.
I know the problem is being worked on and it will take time to resolve. Are the other sites way ahead with the latest browser security protocol?

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Re: VPN troubleshooting subnetting

Post by SQLTeacher on Mon May 22, 2017 2:40 am

I have a custom domain that works fine with all (https) sites and Forums I visit.
Forumotion appears to be the only server that exhibits the insecure https.// lock, Why is that? Thanks.
I know the problem is being worked on and it will take time to resolve. Are the other sites way ahead with the latest browser security protocol?

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