Blog Posts - Cisco Routers



IBM Watson Invading Cisco Routers for Iot Takeover at The Edge

IBM declared that it was collaborating with Cisco on Thursday to join Watson’s IoT and business investigation with Cisco’s edge examination to better use system edge information. The cooperation, which is intended for giving better knowle...
by WestendITStore on Jun 10, 2016

HSRP Vs VRRP Vs GLBP Redundancy Protocols

In this article we will discuss the similarities and differences between the 3 “First Hop Redundancy” protocols supported by Cisco devices. These are Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP), Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) and Gateway Load B...
by Cisco Tips on Jun 1, 2016

Cisco Router Configuration Commands – Cheat Sheet

In a previous post, I have published a Cisco Switch Commands Cheat Sheet tutorial. Since these kinds of posts are useful as a reference for many people, I have decided to create also a Cisco Router Commands Cheat Sheet with the most useful and the mo...
by Cisco Tips on Jan 12, 2016

How to Configure Cisco Router 3G-4G Mobile Cellular Connection

The cellular mobile network has evolved so much the last decades with improved coverage, speed and reliability. Therefore it is now possible to use the 3G/4G cellular mobile network as a reliable backup-up connection of your main connection line. Cis...
by Cisco Tips on Jun 20, 2015

Basic Redistribution Between Cisco EIGRP and OSPF

The most common scenario for big enterprise networks with multiple routers is to have a single IGP routing protocol (IGP = Interior Gateway Protocol) running between the routers in order to distribute all the routing information of the network. The m...
by Cisco Tips on Jun 12, 2015

ACL configuration on a cisco router

If you are a network engineer or preparing for a network admin or networking related exam like CCNA,you must know how to control the traffic in and out of a cisco router using an access list(ACL).Once you understand the basic concept of ACL then it i...
by linuxtiwary.wordpress.com/ on May 11, 2015

Configuring High Availability using HSRP and Boolean Object Tracking

In this tutorial we will see a special case of high availability scenario using HSRP with object tracking. Most modern enterprise networks in today’s deployments require some form of high availability depending on the uptime needed and the crit...
by Cisco Tips on Apr 29, 2015

Udemy – Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the routing technology that enables the largest and most sophisticated network in the world today – the Internet. BGP is also one of the critical underlying foundations of new-world technologies such as Multiprotoco...
by Tutorials For Download on Aug 28, 2014

[TUT] Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers

Description: Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the routing technology that enables the largest and most sophisticated network in the world today – the Internet. BGP is also one of the critical underlying foundations of new-world technologies suc...
by tutgfx on Aug 28, 2014

Cisco CCSP – Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches Exam (642-504, SNRS)

The Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches exam (SNRS 642-504) is one of the exams associated with the Cisco Certified Security Professional certification. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the SNRS course. This exam includes...
by Tutorials For Download on Mar 29, 2014

How to Configure DDNS on Cisco Routers

The Internet uses IP addresses to refer to all resources but IP addresses are difficult to remember for humans. We instead use easy-to-remember domain names such as www.networkstraining.com to refer to Internet resources. Domain Name System (DNS) is...
by Cisco Tips on Nov 28, 2012

Configuring OSPF on Cisco Routers

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a routing protocol developed by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). OSPF is standards-based which means it is available on routers by Cisco as well as other vendors, making it a vendor-neutral routing protocol.
by Cisco Tips on Oct 14, 2012

Configuring Static NAT on Cisco Routers

Network Address Translation (NAT) is an operation by which source and/or destination IP addresses within a packet are replaced with different IP addresses. NAT conserves available IP address space by allowing many private IP addresses to be represent...
by Cisco Tips on Sep 28, 2012

Configuring GRE Tunnel Through a Cisco ASA Firewall

In this configuration tutorial I will show you how to configure a GRE tunnel between two Cisco IOS routers. One of the routers is located behind a Cisco ASA 5500 Firewall, so I will show you also how to pass GRE traffic through a Cisco ASA as well. A...
by Cisco Tips on Aug 27, 2012


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