4 Apr 2016

Four ways to exit configuration mode

Four ways to exit configuration mode

Cisco IOS gives you four ways to exit configuration mode back to privileged EXEC mode: Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-C, and the "end" and "exit" commands. At first, these methods may appear similar...

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4 Apr 2016

Secure your router with encryption

Secure your router with encryption

If your Cisco router supports encryption, you can use the following commands to create a RSA keys so you can connect to the router with SSH instead of with an insecure telnet connection...

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4 Apr 2016

An essential component to avoid agonizing trips to reset routers

An essential component to avoid agonizing trips to reset routers

Power interruptions from storms, brownouts, and other glitches lasting only a few seconds or less can wreak havoc on a network. Even the shortest outage can potentially stop important applications and cause an administrator to have to manually reset a router.

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28 Mar 2016

One trick to avoid being locked out of a router you're configuring remotely

One trick to avoid being locked out of a router you're configuring remotely

When configuring a router remotely, it's possible that if you make a mistake, you might accidentally lock yourself out. If you're next to the router, you could just reboot it, but what if you're nowhere near it?

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25 Aug 2014

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