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AT-8000S series Sir I wanted to configure this instrument. During the configuration, when i give the ip address command it states that ip address table overflow. What is the problem. Please suggest.

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  • gureltayyar Feb 05, 2009

    I couldn't make any connections between 4 of those switches.

    de first and second are not working, the 3th and 4th are working correctly.

    i have installed a vlan (vlan 10, named). I can't ping. Can you help me ?



    Thanxz.

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Can you tell me the default IP address for this unit as I have lost the pass word and need to reset the unit


If your computer is plugged into the router, you can easily get the router's IP address by going to your command prompt and typing "ipconfig" without the quotes.

Command Prompt is under Start (or Orb if using Win7 or Vista) > All Programs > Accessories

After typing "Ipconfig" and hitting return, command prompt should display something like this:

Windows IP Configuration

Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : blah.blah.comcast.net.
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.196
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Ethernet adapter PdaNet Broadband Connection:
Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected



The router's address is your "Default Gateway." You should be able to put that address into an Internet Explorer window and it will bring up the configuration interface.


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How come the http://192.168.123.254 address isnt working?



Find your computer's IP address : Windows 7, Vista, and XP, using the command prompt

  1. Click Start, and then select All Programs. Note: If this doesn't match what you see, refer to About navigation settings in Windows.
  2. Click Accessories, and then Command Prompt.

  3. At the command prompt, enter: ipconfig The IP address (or IPv4 address, if you are using Windows 7 or Vista) will be a series of numbers following the pattern xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (i.e., 156.56.27.32).
Note: If you are using PPP with a modem at home, your IP address will change each time you log in.
Windows 7, without using the command prompt
  1. In the system tray, click the network connection icon and select Open Network and Sharing Center.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, click Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, click Wireless Network Connection (Network Name).
  3. Click Details... . Your IP address will appear next to "IPv4 Address".
Windows Vista, without using the command prompt
  1. From the Start menu, right-click Network, and then select Properties. This opens the Network and Sharing Center.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, click View Status to the right of Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, click View Status to the right of Wireless Network Connection.
  3. Click Details... . Look for the address next to "IPv4 IP Address".
Windows XP, without using the command prompt
  1. From the Start menu, right-click My Network Places, and then click Properties.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, double-click Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, double-click Wireless Network Connection.
  3. Click the Support tab, and then click Details... . The window that appears will display the IP address.
Your IP address has to be in the 192.168.123.xxx range



The router must be configured to match your

Internet service. If you do not know your

Internet connection configuration, please

contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

By default, the router is pre-configured with

these settings:

• Automatically set IP addresses for

computers on your LAN (connected to the

router's ports 1-4). The router acts as a

server for dynamic host configuration

protocol (DHCP) and assigns IP addresses

in the range 192.168.123.100 through

192.168.123.199

• The default LAN IP address for the router is

192.168.123.254 with a subnet mask of

255.255.255.0

• The Internet service connected to the
router's WAN port uses a dynamic IP

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How can i configure a ip printer on network


The first thing you need to do is plug in the power and the Ethernet connection. All network-capable HP printers and JetDirect appliances will default to DHCP mode, which automatically acquires an IP address on any DHCP-enabled network. Even tiny home networks with inexpensive routers have automatic DHCP-assigned IP addresses. Once the printer comes online, it will automatically obtain the first available IP address in the DHCP pool.
Next, you need to figure out what IP address the printer automatically obtained. There are multiple ways to do this. The surest way is to get the printer to tell you what the address is by printing out a network configuration printer report. You'll have to cycle through the options on your particular HP printer to find and print the configuration report. On an HP 4250 for example, you would push Menu, Information, and then Print Configuration to get it to tell you what IP address it's sitting on. The external JetDirect appliances have a button you can press to print the configuration.
If you don't want to or can't physically touch the printer because it's in some remote location, that's not a problem. If you happen to know what the DHCP range is or you can look at the DHCP server itself, you'll quickly be able to see what IP address the printer obtained. If it's a relatively empty network, you can ping the first available IP in the DHCP range and find the printer that way.
Once you know the IP address of the printer, it would be possible to declare you're done and just print to that dynamic IP address. But from a management perspective, you may not want to do this because you want the printer on a fixed and predictable IP address. Really smart network administrators will create static DNS names for the printer and have people point to the name of the printer instead of the IP address. That way, if the printer ever needs to be moved or needs a new IP address, you won't have to change all the servers and workstations pointing to the raw IP address. You can just change the DNS entry in one place and everyone will automatically divert to the new IP address. But before you can assign any DNS entries, you must change the DHCP address.
Changing the IP address
If you want to change the IP address to something static, you can do it via Web interface or command line interface (CLI). But by the time you even start the Web interface, you could be all finished if you used the CLI. We're going to stick with the CLI here because it requires only a few quick commands.
For the purpose of this tutorial, let's say that the printer obtained an IP address of 10.1.1.10 and you want to change it to 10.1.1.100. All you need to do is open up a command prompt and type telnet 10.1.1.10. To change the IP address, type ip: 10.1.1.100.Type exit, and it will ask you whether you want to save the settings. Just press Y to apply the changes.
Let's say you want to take an existing printer that's on 10.1.1.100 and move it to a completely different subnet. Instead of following this entire procedure, just telnet in and change the IP configuration to the new settings before you power down and move the printer. Then, once you plug in the printer to the new network, it will already be ready to go and accessible.
Suppose you want to change the IP address to 10.1.2.100, the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0, and the default gateway to 10.1.2.1. You'd type the following series of commands:
  • telnet 10.1.1.100
  • ip: 10.1.2.100
  • subnet-mask: 255.255.255.0
  • default-gw: 10.1.2.1
  • exit
  • y
That last Y key commits the changes, and you will lose the ability to access this printer until you reattach it to the 10.1.2.0/24 network. But once it's reattached, you won't have to go through the whole setup routine of determining the DHCP address and changing it because it will already be configured to 10.1.2.100.

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Sir i have reliance broadband nd i want to connect with beetel(450tc1)adsl2+router.how can configure it?plz tel me sir. Thanks....


please explain better whats a reliance nd?
by the way you need to connect the dsl port to the phone line
wire a pc to a lan port and boot you will get an ip address then you can run a command prompt type ipconfig that will give you a the default gateway address thats the router address
type that address on the browser , that will take you to the router log in page insert name and password for router
if has a configuration wizard follow that for the PPPOE settings or dsl settings put your client ( username ) and password for the internet connection ( provided by internet provider reliance ) save the settings reboot both the router and PC an that should do it

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How do i set ip address for new jet direct card on hp 4600 dn


Go here for the manual cause it's a bit hard to walkthrough. When the printer is on and ready, you want to click the menu button and scroll though to the configuration menu -> i/o menu. You can print a configuration age to see what the current address of the jetdirect card is. If you're comfortable with command line, you cna use telnet to connect to the jetdirect card and configure it that way.

Oct 05, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Dear sir, How can i configure my domain


First and formost, you need following check list before configuration
1) System partition must be formatted as NTFS.
2) Machine must have static IP address.
3) DNS installed

Then run a dcpromo command and configure domain.

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Sir, I have an ASA 5500 series device and i want to configure it user licence but i dont know how to configure it plz give me a proper solution


Use a web browser and point it to the private IP address of the ASA. Download ASDM and run through the wizards.

Good Luck!

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I want all cmmands of router dx 1821


Please send all commands for configur & view of dax

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How can i configure the Ip address and dns in dos mode


netsh [-a AliasFile] [-c Context] [-r RemoteMachine] [Command | -f ScriptFile]

? Displays a list of commands. add Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries.

add helper Installs a helper DLL. delete Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries.

delete helper Deletes a helper DLL. dump Displays a configuration script. exec Runs a script file. help Displays a list of commands. interface Changes to the `interface' context.

ip Changes the 'interface ip' context. ras Changes to the `ras' context.

aaaa Changes to the `ras aaaa' context. appletalk Changes to the `ras appletalk' context. ip Changes the 'ras ip' context. ipx Changes to the `ras ipx' context. netbeui Changes to the `ras netbeui' context. routing Changes to the `routing' context.

ip Change to the 'routing ip' context. ipx Changes to the `routing ipx' context. set Updates configuration settings.

machine Sets the current machine on which to operate. show Displays information.

show alias Lists all defined aliases. show helper Lists all the top-level helpers.
Available commands after you have entered the netsh command (typing netsh at the prompt and pressing enter).
.. Goes up one context level. ? Displays a list of commands. abort Discards changes made while in offline mode. add Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries. alias Adds an alias. bye Exits the program. commit Commits changes made while in offline mode. delete Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries. dump Displays a configuration script. exec Runs a script file. exit Exits the program. help Displays a list of commands. interface Changes to the `interface' context. offline Sets the current mode to offline. online Sets the current mode to online. popd Pops a context from the stack. pushd Pushes current context on stack. quit Exits the program. ras Changes to the `ras' context. routing Changes to the `routing' context. set Updates configuration settings. show Displays information. unalias Deletes an alias. Examples
netsh Enter the netsh command. netsh dump Dump all the network information as a script to the screen. Can also be sent to a file by doing netsh dump > file.txt . This script can then be executed using the exec command. set address name="Local Area Connection" source=dhcp Set the "Local Area Connection" to DHCP. set address local static 10.0.0.9 255.0.0.0 10.0.0.1 1 Set the local address to Static. netsh interface ip show config View network ip configuration. Below is an example of what may be seen. Configuration for interface "Local Area Connection"
DHCP enabled: Yes
InterfaceMetric: 1
DNS servers configured through DHCP
WINS servers configured through DHCP

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RCA Modem DCM315R


Just a bit of explanation. E0 interface is for inside network (LAN interface). E1 is for outside (ISP or WAN physical interface). Dialer1 is for PPPoE (the "actual"/logical WAN interface). The 1.0.0.13 is ISP provided static IP address for the use of the server. This configuration example is for running FTP server, which uses the standard TCP port 20 and 21.

The LAN uses 10.10.10.0 network with 255.255.255.0 subnet for both servers and workstations. All servers within the LAN use static IP address. The router is configured as DHCP server to give out IP info (IP addresses, subnet mask, DNS) to workstations that are configured as DHCP client.

Basically I suggest that you deploy NAT (Network Address Translation) and PAT (Port Address Translation) to setup your own servers behind Cisco router. The NAT is used to translate the ISP's given static IP address to your local IP address. The PAT is used to translate TCP ports (the port 20 and 21) between the two IP addresses.

When using NAT/PAT, keep in mind that the Internet-accessible servers are seen from the Internet as their NAT/PAT-ed IP address (the Public IP address) and not the local IP address (not the Private IP address). This understanding is very important when you or someone need to test connectivity to the server and/or when you need to create filter (access list or ACL for short) to allow only certain incoming traffic from the Internet and block others.

Side Note:
For more info on NAT/PAT concept, check out the following FAQ
»Cisco Forum FAQ »NAT and PAT; Introduction and Implementations

Instruments used in this illustration are pretty much standard for running your own servers. Please note that IP addresses, username, and password are changed. However, you could always modify the configuration to suit your situation.

This sample configuration assumes that you have a block of IP from ISP. There is a dedicated Public IP address for the router WAN interface (the Dialer1 interface) and another dedicated Public IP address for the server PAT IP address. If you only have a single Public IP address for both router WAN interface and server PAT IP address, there are several ways to configure the router.

One way is to use the same command as shown in sample configuration.

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  1. ip nat source static tcp 10.10.10.2 21 1.1.1.14 21 extendable
ip nat source static tcp 10.10.10.2 21 1.1.1.14 21 extendable
This one configuration way is suitable when you have static IP address from your ISP and you know exactly what the IP address is. In this case you have the 1.1.1.14 single static IP address for both the WAN interface and Public server IP address.

When you are unsure which IP address you receive from the ISP, or when your Public IP address keep changing; then another way to configure the static PAT is following

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  1. ip nat source static tcp 10.10.10.2 21 interface Dialer1 21 extendable
ip nat source static tcp 10.10.10.2 21 interface Dialer1 21 extendable
With situation of dynamic IP address, at some point you still need to know the exact Public IP address you receive from your ISP for server connection testing and production time. To find out, you can issue show ip interface brief command on the router. You will then see the associated WAN interface Public IP address.

Feb 25, 2008 | RCA Cable Modem DCM315R (11603540)

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