Enable RPR Route Processor Redundancy on Cisco 4500 Series Switch

Something I’ve done recently, the switch has been in for over a year, but was put in, in a hurry, and we’d never got round to finishing off the configuration fully until now. It has two processor supervisor blades, but its always been running in RPR mode, as we now run VMware ISCSI traffic through […]

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Failover Internet Connection Using IP SLA Tracking and EIGRP Routing for Inter-Site Links

I’m only going to show the juicy bits of the config. I.e. the bits that refer to the routing, EIGRP or IP SLA stuff. A user at Site A in normal use should see two default routes to the Internet, one being their local default route, and then the Site B default route, with a […]

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Enable Wake On Lan Across VLAN on Cisco Network

Wake on LAN packets do not traverse routers (normally) so you need to configure your network to do this. There are some security implications you need to be aware of first, Cisco’s document on it is a good read:http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/switches/catalyst-3750-series-switches/91672-catl3-wol-vlans.html Also download Solarwinds Free Wake On LAN tool, its a good one to use to test […]

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