Month: February 2012

[old] TSHOOT IPv6 configuration

This is a blog post migrated from my testing blog

Tomorrov I will go for my CCNP – I scheduled the last exam from the CCNP track – TSHOOT. During my studies for this exam I configured the TSHOOT topology in my lab. And below is my IPv6 configuration for TSHOOT. It is simple but maybe for someone it would be helpful.

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[old] Cisco documentation in EPUB format

This is a blog post migrated from my testing blog

Yesterday I found out from the Etherealmind blog that some documentation on the Cisco site is now available also in *epub format. For example check the “Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Layer 2 Switching Configuration Guide”. Below is a screenshot how it is looking…

If you also want to take a look only search on the Cisco website for EPUB. For me it is awesome. Now I can read some documentation also in bus on my Amazon Kindle Cool

[old] ASA QoS explanation and configuration

 This is a blog post migrated from my testing blog

ASA supported QoS features:

Theese are my notes from this document: http://tinyurl.com/3dmo5ao

  • Policing – Policing is a way of ensuring that no traffic exceeds the maximum rate (in bits/second) that you configure, thus ensuring that no one traffic flow or class can take over the entire resource. The excess traffic is dropped.
  • Priority queuing – LLQ priority queuing lets you prioritize certain traffic flows (such as latency-sensitive traffic like voice and video) ahead of other traffic.
  • Traffic shaping – is used to match device and link speeds, thereby controlling packet loss, variable delay, and link saturation, which can cause jitter and delay. (not supported on ASA 5580)

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CUE installation problem?

Today a had some hard time installing the Cisco Unity Express 7.0.6 on an AIM module in a Cisco 2851 router. According the Cisco documentation this should be an easy process for maximum one hour. But for me it was twice the time.

My CUE installation steps:

1. Download the CUE software from the Cisco website. This was simple. I downloaded the cue-vm-k9.nm-aim.7.0.6.zip which I extracted. In the archive there were these files:

  • cue-installer.nm-aim.7.0.6
  • cue-vm-full-k9.nm-aim.7.0.6.prt1
  • cue-vm-installer-k9.nm-aim.7.0.6.prt1
  • cue-vm-k9.nm-aim.7.0.6.pkg
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