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Ebook Cisco 1800 Series Integrated Services Routers (Fixed) Software Configuration Guide


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Konten

Preface 11

  • Audience 1-11
  • Organization 1-12
  • Conventions 1-13
  • Notes, Cautions, and Timesavers 1-13
  • Command Conventions 1-13
  • Related Documents 1-14
  • Obtaining Documentation 1-14
  • Cisco.com 1-14
  • Documentation DVD 1-15
  • Ordering Documentation 1-15
  • Documentation Feedback 1-15
  • Cisco Product Security Overview 1-15
  • Reporting Security Problems in Cisco Products 1-16
  • Obtaining Technical Assistance 1-16
  • Cisco Technical Support Website 1-16
  • Submitting a Service Request 1-17
  • Definitions of Service Request Severity 1-17
  • Obtaining Additional Publications and Information 1-18


Getting Started

Basic Router Configuration 1-1

  • Interface Port Labels 1-1
  • Viewing the Default Configuration 1-2
  • Information Needed for Configuration 1-4
  • Configuring Basic Parameters 1-5
  • Configure Global Parameters 1-6
  • Configure Fast Ethernet LAN Interfaces 1-6
  • Configure WAN Interfaces 1-7
  • Configure the Fast Ethernet WAN Interface 1-7
  • Configure the ATM WAN Interface 1-8
  • Configure the Wireless Interface 1-9
  • Configuring a Loopback Interface 1-9
  • Configuration Example 1-9
  • Verifying Your Configuration 1-10
  • Configuring Command-Line Access to the Router 1-10
  • Configuration Example 1-12
  • Configuring Static Routes 1-12
  • Configuration Example 1-13
  • Verifying Your Configuration 1-13
  • Configuring Dynamic Routes 1-13
  • Configuring RIP 1-14
  • Configuration Example 1-15
  • Verifying Your Configuration 1-15
  • Configuring Enhanced IGRP 1-15
  • Configuration Example 1-16
  • Verifying Your Configuration 1-16


Configuring Your Router for Ethernet and DSL Access

Sample Network Deployments 2-1

Configuring PPP over Ethernet with NAT 3-1

  • Configure the Virtual Private Dialup Network Group Number 3-2
  • Configure the Fast Ethernet WAN Interfaces 3-3
  • Configure the Dialer Interface 3-5
  • Configure Network Address Translation 3-7
  • Configuration Example 3-9
  • Verifying Your Configuration 3-10


Configuring PPP over ATM with NAT 4-1

  • Configure the Dialer Interface 4-3
  • Configure the ATM WAN Interface 4-5
  • Configure DSL Signaling Protocol 4-6
  • Configuring ADSL 4-6
  • Verify the Configuration 4-7
  • Configuring SHDSL 4-7
  • Verify the Configuration 4-8
  • Configure Network Address Translation 4-9
  • Configuration Example 4-11
  • Verifying Your Configuration 4-12


Configuring a LAN with DHCP and VLANs 5-1

  • Configure DHCP 5-2
  • Configuration Example 5-3
  • Verify Your DHCP Configuration 5-4
  • Configure VLANs 5-5
  • Verify Your VLAN Configuration 5-5
  • Switch Port Configurations 5-7
  • VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) 5-8
  • 802.1x Authentication 5-8
  • Layer 2 Interfaces 5-9
  • MAC Table Manipulation 5-9
  • Maximum Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVIs) 5-9
  • Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) 5-9
  • IP Multicast Switching 5-9
  • Per-Port Storm Control 5-10
  • Fallback Bridging 5-10
  • Separate Voice and Data Subnets 5-10
  • IGMP Snooping 5-10


Configuring a VPN Using Easy VPN and an IPSec Tunnel 6-1

  • Configure the IKE Policy 6-3
  • Configure Group Policy Information 6-4
  • Apply Mode Configuration to the Crypto Map 6-5
  • Enable Policy Lookup 6-6
  • Configure IPSec Transforms and Protocols 6-6
  • Configure the IPSec Crypto Method and Parameters 6-7
  • Apply the Crypto Map to the Physical Interface 6-8
  • Create an Easy VPN Remote Configuration 6-9
  • Verifying Your Easy VPN Configuration 6-10
  • Configuration Example 6-10


Configuring VPNs Using an IPSec Tunnel and Generic Routing Encapsulation 7-1

  • Configure a VPN 7-3
  • Configure the IKE Policy 7-3
  • Configure Group Policy Information 7-4
  • Enable Policy Lookup 7-5
  • Configure IPSec Transforms and Protocols 7-6
  • Configure the IPSec Crypto Method and Parameters 7-7
  • Apply the Crypto Map to the Physical Interface 7-8
  • Configure a GRE Tunnel 7-8
  • Configuration Example 7-10


Configuring a Simple Firewall 8-1

  • Configure Access Lists 8-3
  • Configure Inspection Rules 8-3
  • Apply Access Lists and Inspection Rules to Interfaces 8-4
  • Configuration Example 8-5


Configuring a Wireless LAN Connection 9-1

  • Configure the Root Radio Station 9-3
  • Configure Bridging on VLANs 9-5
  • Configure Radio Station Subinterfaces 9-6
  • Configuration Example 9-7


Sample Configuration 10-1

Additional Configuration Options 11-1

Configuring Additional Features and Troubleshooting

Configuring Security Features 12-1

  • Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting 12-1
  • Configuring AutoSecure 12-2
  • Configuring Access Lists 12-2
  • Access Groups 12-3
  • Guidelines for Creating Access Groups 12-3
  • Configuring a CBAC Firewall 12-3
  • Configuring Cisco IOS Firewall IDS 12-4
  • Configuring VPNs 12-4


Configuring Dial Backup and Remote Management 13-1

  • Dial Backup Feature Activation Methods 13-1
  • Backup Interfaces 13-1
  • Configuring Backup Interfaces 13-2
  • Floating Static Routes 13-2
  • Configuring Floating Static Routes 13-3
  • Dialer Watch 13-4
  • Configuring Dialer Watch 13-4
  • Dial Backup Feature Limitations 13-5
  • Configuration Example 13-6
  • Configuring Dial Backup and Remote Management Through the ISDN S/T Port 13-9
  • Configure ISDN Settings 13-9
  • Configure the Aggregator and ISDN Peer Router 13-12
  • Configuring Dial Backup and Remote Management Through a V.92 Modem 13-13
  • Asynchronous Interface Configuration 13-13
  • Line Configuration 13-15


Troubleshooting 14-1

  • Getting Started 14-1
  • Before Contacting Cisco or Your Reseller 14-1
  • ADSL Troubleshooting 14-2
  • SHDSL Troubleshooting 14-2
  • PortFast Troubleshooting 14-2
  • ATM Troubleshooting Commands 14-3
  • ping atm interface Command 14-3
  • show interface Command 14-3
  • show atm interface Command 14-5
  • debug atm Commands 14-6
  • Guidelines for Using Debug Commands 14-6
  • debug atm errors Command 14-6
  • debug atm events Command 14-7
  • debug atm packet Command 14-8
  • Software Upgrade Methods 14-9
  • Recovering a Lost Password 14-9
  • Change the Configuration Register 14-10
  • Reset the Router 14-11
  • Reset the Password and Save Your Changes 14-12
  • Reset the Configuration Register Value 14-12
  • Managing Your Router with SDM 14-13


Reference Information

Cisco IOS Software Basic Skills A-1

  • Configuring the Router from a PC A-1
  • Understanding Command Modes A-2
  • Getting Help A-4
  • Enable Secret Passwords and Enable Passwords A-5
  • Entering Global Configuration Mode A-5
  • Using Commands A-6
  • Abbreviating Commands A-6
  • Undoing Commands A-6
  • Command-Line Error Messages A-6
  • Saving Configuration Changes A-7
  • Summary A-7
  • Where to Go Next A-7


Concepts B-1

  • ADSL B-1
  • SHDSL B-2
  • Network Protocols B-2
  • IP B-2
  • Routing Protocol Options B-2
  • RIP B-3
  • Enhanced IGRP B-3
  • PPP Authentication Protocols B-3
  • PAP B-4
  • CHAP B-4
  • TACACS+ B-5
  • Network Interfaces B-5
  • Ethernet B-5
  • ATM B-5
  • PVC B-6
  • Dialer Interface B-6
  • Dial Backup B-6
  • Backup Interface B-6
  • Floating Static Routes B-7
  • Dialer Watch B-7
  • NAT B-7
  • Easy IP (Phase 1) B-8
  • Easy IP (Phase 2) B-8
  • QoS B-9
  • IP Precedence B-9
  • PPP Fragmentation and Interleaving B-9
  • CBWFQ B-10
  • RSVP B-10
  • Low Latency Queuing B-10
  • Access Lists B-11


ROM Monitor C-1

  • Entering the ROM Monitor C-1
  • ROM Monitor Commands C-2
  • Command Descriptions C-3
  • Disaster Recovery with TFTP Download C-3
  • TFTP Download Command Variables C-3
  • Required Variables C-4
  • Optional Variables C-4
  • Using the TFTP Download Command C-5
  • Configuration Register C-6
  • Changing the Configuration Register Manually C-6
  • Changing the Configuration Register Using Prompts C-6
  • Console Download C-7
  • Command Description C-7
  • Error Reporting C-8
  • Debug Commands C-8
  • Exiting the ROM Monitor C-9


Common Port Assignments D-1


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