LLDP Show commands are easy to understand. Cisco IOS images that support LLDP Read the section Cisco IOU Unsupported Features. LLDP configuration on Cisco devices DLS-1#sh lldp neigh % LLDP is not enabled DLS-1# DLS-1# LLDP show commands on Cisco devices DLS-1#show lldp neighbors Capability codes: (R) Router, (B) Bridge, (T) Telephone, (C) DOCSIS Cable … Read more Show LLDP Commands on Cisco Devices
Here is my experience with the Cisco CCNP exams and the material I ve used to study and pass them. First, make sure to download the official exam blueprints and read them carefully. Here is a quick link to the CCNP Routing and Switching syllabus in PDF format, as of May 4th, 2015. Before we … Read more How I Passed the Cisco CCNP Exams
In this article we focus on the configuration of Cisco IP SLA in three flavours: ICMP-echo, ICMP Jitter and delay. Configuration steps The quick steps to configure IP SLA on a Cisco device are:– create the IP SLA monitor– configure it– schedule itCisco IOS did not show me help when I type interrogation mark. Yet, … Read more Cisco IP SLA Configuration
I listed below some helpful Youtube videos that explain the concept of Cisco GLBP.
In this blog post I’m going to describe the configuration commands needed to configure dot1x authentication, as well as the home lab I built to test the basic functionalities of 802.1X port-based authentication with Cisco switches and Cisco ISE. 802.1x Authentication Configuration on Cisco Switches Here is the Cisco switch 802.1x configuration that worked for … Read more 802.1X Port-Based Authentication on Cisco Devices
In this article we’ll explore the configuration of Cisco ISE as an internal Radius server. Setting Device Groups Configuring the network device (the Radius client) Setting internal users Preparing the Authentication policy Setting a compound authorization policy Setting the Allowed Protocols Setting the downloadable ACL Setting Authorization Profiles Setting the Policy Set Setting Device Groups … Read more Cisco ISE Internal Radius Server Configuration for 802.1X