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  • cannot get terminal server config to work

    I am trying to set up a 2851 router with an NM-32A network module and ios v. 15.1.4T and i cannot get this to work and I know I must be doing something wromg. I have given the 2851 an IP address of pm G0/0 and an IP address of on L0 Where am I going wrong? When I do a sh Lines...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by popquiz on 09-19-2016

    I am trying to learn and implement these protocols using GN3. Everytime I run into issues where things partially work with all configs looking as they should. Is there something with GNS3 where you would more likely run into these issues? I am using routers as PC's and switches by disabling routing...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by ibmufa on 03-04-2015
  • Using the CCIE R&S racks for CCNA study

    Hi, I'm going through the CCNA straimgin videos as well as a number of books and was looking at using the INE racks for practising but I'm not sure if they'll be ok as I dno't know about the backbone for the serial links, as the WAN diagram has all of them going into a frame relay cloud...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by spacialjam on 01-06-2013
  • Re: WAN Topology

    Usually what I see is connecting HQ and branch sites through MPLS VPN cloud over dedicated DS1/DS3 lines. Bank transactions do not require fat pipes, so cheaper fractional T1/E1 is sufficient. As a backup, it's usually normal business internet delivered from local ISP over DSL or cable, with IPSec...
    Posted to CCNA (Forum) by Asta on 12-12-2011
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