Current Throughput: Your current receive and send sync speeds Latency: The latency between your router and the cabinet (Note these figures can vary by 1-2ms at times, but will be on or around 1, 8 or 16 depending on which DLM profile you are on - see further down). Bitswap: Shows whether bitswap is active … Continue reading VDSL Output Information
The following config puts a Cisco 887VA connected to Plusnet via VDSL into bridge mode so that PPPoE can be passed on to a device sat directly behind such as an ASA Firewall or something similar. The config assumes that said device is connected to port Fa0. The key configuration statements are highlighted in bold. … Continue reading Putting a Cisco 887VA into bridge mode on Plusnet VDSL
STP State Comparison. IEEE 802.1D STP states: Disabled > Blocking > Listening > Learning > Forwarding. IEEE 802.1W RSTP states: Discarding > Learning > Forwarding. With RSTP, the 802.1D states disabled, blocking and listening are combined into the RSTP initial state of Discarding. General RSTP notes: Root Ports as per normal STP and Alternate ports. … Continue reading STP/RSTP/MST Comparison
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All credit to Gregg Sietsema. I have shamelessly lifted his example as I have used it several times and I didn't want to lose it were his site to go offline. Often times the idle timeout on an IOS device has been disabled and all vty lines are full. This leaves no way to access … Continue reading Reset VTY lines via SNMP