All Posts Tagged With: "Router Configuration"
Computer networking professionals getting started with Packet Tracer may find the interface to be flustered. Being a development program, this is only natural. However, learning how to configure a router with Packet Tracer will put professionals on the right track to mastering the program in about half an hour. By this time, you should already [...]8Jan2010 | admin | 47 comments | Continued
Security is a part of every good technical administrator’s game plan. Luckily the good folks at Cisco have made the task of securitizing a Cisco router fairly straightforward in design- with support given for up to five types of passwords. Taking advantage of these passwords is vital to a network’s internal security, and should be [...]29May2008 | admin | 14 comments | Continued
One of several overlooked commands that can produce a world of hurt for networks is the IP Directed-broadcast command. This command was introduced in Cisco’s routers at IOS version 10. Cisco soon realized that this command was being maliciously exploited in denial of service attacks, and action had to be taken- particularly against smurf attacks. [...]3Feb2008 | admin | 9 comments | Continued
Configuring a router sounds like a tough task. Routers are capable of sending and routing data on a dynamic level- no easy feat. But with this article we are only getting our feet wet. We will take a look at how we connect to a router via the console port and setup a HyperTerminal session [...]2Feb2008 | admin | 5 comments | Continued