Cisco Router and IOS How To’s


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Access Control to Infrastructure (iACL) and Transit (tACL)

As we said in our basic ACL How To, ACL’s’ are vital to networking today. Everyone uses them, and proper usage is imperative. In this How To, we are going a little deeper into two ACL types: Intrastructure and Transit.  We will discuss the two with examples and you will clearly understand the difference between

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Stopping the Cisco Router from Trying to TELNET

This How To explains how to fix an annoying default behavior on Cisco IOS. Mistype a command on a Cisco router and the router thinks you just typed a hostname. This is often an annoying problem. For example: Router#shwoTranslating “shwo”…domain server ( % Unknown command or computer name, or unable to find computer addressRouter# Here,

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EIGRP Configuration in Cisco IOS

This How To explains the fundamentals of configuring EIGRP.  EIGRP is an advanced distance-vector routing protocol that is used on a computer network to help automate routing decisions and configuration. The protocol was designed by Cisco Systems as a proprietary protocol, available only on Cisco routers, but Cisco converted it to an open standard in

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