Cisco Catalyst Switch Setup
I recently acquired a 2950 switch brand new, this is now on production but I needed several things to be setup on the switch such as SNMP, setup an IP to access it over a browser, etc. etc.
Do you know somebody who offers a setup service for cisco switches?
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This is probably an easy and simple task for someone that have a good knowledge in Cisco, BGP and Blackhole/Synchole communities.
We do have a Cisco 2948G that is our border and through this equipment we apply Blackhole (a sequence of commands to filter all the traffic from the world except our country, this is done by communities that is setup in cisco).
These are the sequence of the commands to apply it for IP 189.1.XXX.40
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. asw-hl01(config)#router bgp 184XX
asw-hl01(config-router)#network 189.1.XXX.40 mask 255.255.255.255 asw-hl01(config-router)#exit
asw-hl01(config)#access-list 50 permit 189.1.XXX.40
asw-hl01(config)#ip route 189.1.XXX.40 255.255.255.255 Null0 250 asw-hl01(config)#
I have another Cisco 2948G that is connected in a FastEthernet port of the border above, and this other cisco is holding another subnet. To make it clear,
Border - I have 189.1.XXX.1 ~ 189.1.XXX.127 (subnet 255.255.255.128)
Cisco2 - I have 189.1.XXX.128 ~ 189.1.XXX.255 (subnet 255.255.255.128)
This is being done through a ip route from Border to Cisco2 to forward subnet 128 ~ 255 to the switch,
ip route 189.1.XXX.128 255.255.255.128 172.16.1.2
Ps: 172.16.1.2 is the internal IP for switch2
Now we go to the problem. If I want to apply a Blackhole (those sequence of commands for an IP located at subnet 128 ~ 255 switch2) it block all the traffic for that given IP, and I cant get access from national backbones. To make it clear,
Blackhole for IP 1 ~ 128 - It works fine
Blackhole for IP 128 ~ 255 - It doesnt work correctly, instead of blocking only international traffic its blocking everything in the world
Cisco Catalyst WS-C2924-XL-EN
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We're evaluating options on new switch deployments and wish for advise or opinions. We have experience with 2950's but want to move up into all gigabit devices. They will be used for pure L2 purposes as front-end access switches for server racks.
For our needs (24 port, all ethernet, L2 only) it looks like these two competing models fit our requirements and budget:
Cisco Catalyst 2960G (about $2150):
Foundry FLS624 (about $2400):
It's a tough decision because we have no experience with Foundry products, but from the spec sheets the price vs. performance ratio seems amazing (almost too good to be true).
You have to wonder if they get their ratings only under one specific situation in which you never encounter in "real world" use.
For those of you using Foundry what models are you using for your access switches to your web severs? Is there a better model for our application? What's your overall opinion of the products and service? Would you invest your entire network to them?
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i am thinking about upgrading things at the colo soon and am looking for some comments.
my current configuration is like so:
my bandwidth is delivered over fast ethernet and it is plugged straight into a cisco 3550 switch. i have the ip range they have assigned me cut up in to vlans the way i need.
i snmp poll the switch for traffic statistics with rtg.
this works fine, im only working about 10mbit avg so no biggie.
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I am getting 12 IP's allocated but will increase to 24 soon if all goes well (fingers crossed!).
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I am looking at the 2801 with IOS Firewall turned on and hopefully even some inspects for FTP and HTTP traffic. The other option and one that I am less familiar with is to use the ASA5505 instead which will do my basic routing but supposedly provide more thourough inspects and advanced rules.
Does anyone have experiance with either of these in a hosting environment and have input on the realistic throughput one can expect from either device?
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3: SNMP Monitoring
4: High availability pairing
I am on a tight budget for a Cisco firewall. I am browsing and seeing some affordable options in the x600 series.
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And how can I tell how much DRAM each one can take up to?
I see a lot of DDos related articles here at WHT. We've got hit multiple times by DDos and had to handle those attacks everytime with a different approach.
The largest one and the most well know one (we were in Times Mag, AP news, CNN, slashdot, you name it - just do a search about us on WHT) was Russian botnet cyberattack - we had to anaylyze netflow and then block everything on our edge routers, then on the firewall and then locally on the servers.
Since then we had number of other attacks, some of them we were not able to defend on the server level, while, as you can understand we can't do netwflow and manual intervention evey time somebody gets an attach.
We have very good scripts which allow to mitigate huge number of DDos attack, whet our scripts are finding attacking IPs and blocking them automatically - still some attacks could be blocked only on the router level.
I've read that Cisco Guard (I am interesed in 65xx version of it) suppose to mitigate DDos attacks in automatic mode.
after months of disruption moving servers into a new data centre, our once reliable colocation company has now had nearly 6 hours downtime in the last 16 hours. So much for network redundancy.
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From the posts in this forum it would appear that a number of forumites are colocation service providers and web hosters that use Cisco gear.
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Does this mean that a service provider is required to acquire
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I have a cisco 2960G switch that I used for colocation, the colocation provider does all the routing all I need is this switch. It's just a plug and play operation, however I now need to do some more difficult stuff.
So, I plugged their bandwidth uplink into port 20.
I have really no idea on how to setup anything other than the basic of the switch.
Is it possible to setup Private Vlans in this situation? I am in need of a setup like this:
All port 1-19 in private vlans, but still able to communicate with port 20 to get internet access. Port 1-19 cannot communicate with each other except by going through port 20, through the internet.
I also want to know if it's possible to statically assign each port with a specific IP? Just say I want all traffic to a static ip to only go to port 1? Is that possible? I want to be able to limit the control of IPs through the switch not through the server.
Right now all my IPs are assign on the server level, meaning the server can take each other IPs and mess with each other connections.
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I've been reading and searching on here as much as I can to try to help me in making a decision, unfortunately when I think I know what to do, I read something else and get confused again.
We are in the process of moving networks within our datacenter and will have 2 drops coming into our half-cabinet. We have about 7 servers in there, some for our own use and some for clients. In all cases, we manage the servers and are the only ones with root access (no need for VLANs for the purpose of protecting IPs etc).
We currently have a single drop and use an HP procurve 2524 layer2 switch that has been in there for over 6 years and never had a single hiccup. We also don't push much traffic at all though. Under 5mbps combined.
My question though is this: moving to the new network we will have 2 drops that are set up as HSRP on their end (upstream of me, I don't have to worry about having two switches). In order to use the dual feeds, we will need a Layer3 switch. One feed will be active, the other is not, both are connected to the switch via a VLAN and provide a gateway for VLAN2 to use. I have never used a layer3 switch, though I'm not *too* concerned since I don't expect we'll be doing anything too complex. My understanding is that one VLAN (VLAN1) will be set up with an IP address assigned to each drop and that VLAN1 will create a gateway for VLAN2. The second VLAN (VLAN2) will be all our "inside" client IPs that will then route through VLAN1.
I was briefly checking out the cisco 3750, but I think it's overkill...? I don't want to spend too much money, since I don't think we need any complex setups, at the same time, I don't want to waste money by buying something that won't work efficiently down the road.
My immediate short-list is now an HP procurve 2610, an HP procurve 3500 J9470A (not the YL), and a Cisco 3560 24-TS.
Of course, then someone mentioned Juniper (whom I have zero experience with either) and hence the title to my thread... I'm thoroughly confused. I was looking at the EX3200-24T.
Ok, so if I have to boil this down to some simple requirements/thoughts... here goes:
1. I only need 24 ports for now.
2. I use SNMP currently to monitor usage for clients (and overall)
3. I like HPs and have used them for layer2, I like their lifetime warranty and software availability
4. I don't have direct experience with Cisco at all.
5. Aside from routing from one VLAN (provider side) to another VLAN (my side), I don't think I need any other special features (hence the hp 2610 being ok I think, since it offers "lite layer3")
6. Some people say HP is great for layer2 but not for layer3? Now I dont' know what to think.
7. Currently use about 2mbps and might jump to 3 or 4mbps, but don't have major needs. I'd like for this switch to be able to last me a while though... so maybe 20~40mbps+? (but still not the hundreds of mbps that others here push
8. If possible, I'd LIKE to limit some servers to 1mbps or 2mbps on a per-port basis... but this is not a hard requirement. (I think this takes the 2610 out).
Budget: I like the $500 price tag of the 2610, but can spend the $1500~$2000 for the HP 3500, Cisco 3560, or Juniper. I would just rather not, if the price/features are not justifiable.
Hopefully I've provided enough information for someone to offer their insight? I think a few strategic key points or questions from someone with more experience might be what I need to help me bust through the "too many choices" fog and end up with the best switch for my situation...
L2 Switches......Cisco, Dell And HP
we are a small shop...
Not looking to buy another switch but we have a crapshoot of switches around. Dell 5448,
HP 2910 and a Cisco 3560.
I'd like to keep the the Cisco back in HQ stock since it's a POE switch.
We are colocating just 1 SAN intially. Max of maybe 7-8 Servers total in the future. Not alot of bandwidth and doing L2 traffic only. Any issues with either the Dell or HP in the colo environment from a production standpoint. We have used a couple of Procurves in our environment, and the dell switches were freebies that were part of our last order.
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ISP ->> L3 Switch ->> Firewall (Transparent Mode) ->> Switch ->> Servers
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Their web site is a mess! I've spent, literally, hours on their site trying to figure out how to purchase such a license, or how to purchase a service plan that might entitle me to IOS updates.
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I know this isn't exactly the right place but I have seen some VERY good Cisco expertise on this forum so I wanted to ask a few questions. We are getting ready to do an upgrade/migration from some older equipment. We are still trying to decide what HAS to be ugpraded and what to buy. I have been researching a lot but I still need some explanations regarding fundamental hardware differences between the sup720 and supII.
1) On the sup720 are both of the gig ports handled by the same ASIC?
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I'm buying Cisco ASR 1000 router that should handle 2 Gbps bandwidth. Please advice on components, models, etc.
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I am putting together a switch with NetFlow support to better monitor traffic.
So I am thinking of getting WS-C4503 chassis w/ 2 PWR-C45-1000AC.
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2) Do I need any special licensing from cisco to enable netflow on these devices?
3) Will all of these line cards work with the chassis? Cisco.com says they will but just want to get the community's thoughts as well .
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2) Introduce a 5000ms latency on a network from a source IP only.
Optionally I would go for introducing the latency to all inbound, outbound traffic without the source IP restriction.
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