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About Cisco IOS Software Documentation xxi

  • Documentation Objectives xxi
  • Audience xxi
  • Documentation Organization xxi
  • Documentation Modules xxi
  • Master Indexes xxiv
  • Supporting Documents and Resources xxiv
  • New and Changed Information xxv
  • New Features in Cisco IOS Release 12.2 xxv
  • Identifying Platform Support for Cisco IOS Software Features xxvi
  • Using Feature Navigator xxvi
  • Using Software Release Notes xxvi
  • Document Conventions xxvii
  • Obtaining Documentation xxviii
  • World Wide Web xxviii
  • Documentation CD-ROM xxviii
  • Ordering Documentation xxix
  • Documentation Feedback xxix
  • Obtaining Technical Assistance xxix
  • Cisco.com xxix
  • Technical Assistance Center xxx


Using Cisco IOS Software xxxi

  • Understanding Command Modes xxxi
  • Getting Help xxxii
  • Example: How to Find Command Options xxxiii
  • Using the no and default Forms of Commands xxxv
  • Saving Configuration Changes xxxvi
  • Filtering Output from the show and more Commands xxxvi
  • Identifying Supported Platforms xxxvii
  • Using Feature Navigator xxxvii
  • Using Software Release Notes xxxvii


Configuration Fundamentals Overview FC-1

  • Organization of This Guide FC-1
  • Cisco IOS User Interfaces FC-1
  • File Management FC-2
  • System Management FC-2
  • Task-Oriented Documentation Approaches FC-3
  • Overview of Router Configuration Tasks FC-3
  • Understanding the Cisco IOS Command-Line Interface FC-4
  • Storing or Obtaining Configuration Files or Images from a Server FC-4
  • Changing the Image or Configuration File Loaded by the Router FC-5


CISCO IOS USER INTERFACES

Using the Command-Line Interface FC-9

  • Cisco IOS CLI Command Modes Overview FC-9
  • User EXEC Mode FC-10
  • Privileged EXEC Mode FC-12
  • Global Configuration Mode FC-13
  • Interface Configuration Mode FC-14
  • Subinterface Configuration Mode FC-15
  • ROM Monitor Mode FC-16
  • Summary of Main Cisco IOS Command Modes FC-17
  • Cisco IOS CLI Task List FC-18
  • Getting Context-Sensitive Help FC-18
  • Displaying All User EXEC Commands FC-21
  • Using the no and default Forms of Commands FC-22
  • Using Command History FC-23
  • Setting the Command History Buffer Size FC-23
  • Recalling Commands FC-24
  • Disabling the Command History Feature FC-24
  • Using CLI Editing Features and Shortcuts FC-24
  • Moving the Cursor on the Command Line FC-25
  • Completing a Partial Command Name FC-25
  • Deleting Entries FC-26
  • Recalling Deleted Entries FC-26
  • Editing Command Lines that Wrap FC-27
  • Continuing Output at the --More-- Prompt FC-27
  • Redisplaying the Current Command Line FC-27
  • Transposing Mistyped Characters FC-28
  • Controlling Capitalization FC-28
  • Designating a Keystroke as a Command Entry FC-28
  • Disabling and Reenabling Editing Features FC-28
  • Searching and Filtering CLI Output FC-29
  • Understanding Regular Expressions FC-29
  • Using the Cisco IOS CLI Examples FC-35
  • Determining Command Syntax and Using Command History Example FC-35
  • Searching and Filtering CLI Output Examples FC-36


Using AutoInstall and Setup FC-39

  • Using AutoInstall FC-39
  • Understanding AutoInstall FC-40
  • AutoInstall Configuration Task List FC-50
  • Monitoring and Completing the AutoInstall Process FC-56
  • AutoInstall Configuration Examples FC-57
  • Using Setup FC-59
  • Using Setup After First-Time Startup FC-59
  • Using Streamlined Setup FC-66
  • Using Configuration Applications FC-67
  • Cisco ConfigMaker FC-67


Configuring Operating Characteristics for Terminals FC-69

  • Terminal Operating Characteristics Configuration Task List FC-69
  • Displaying Information About the Current Terminal Session FC-70
  • Setting Local Terminal Parameters FC-70
  • Saving Local Settings Between Sessions FC-71
  • Ending a Session FC-72
  • Changing Terminal Session Parameters FC-72
  • Defining the Escape Character and Other Key Sequences FC-72
  • Specifying Telnet Operation Characteristics FC-74
  • Configuring Data Transparency for File Transfers FC-76
  • Specifying an International Character Display FC-77
  • Setting Character Padding FC-78
  • Specifying the Terminal and Keyboard Type FC-79
  • Changing the Terminal Screen Length and Width FC-80
  • Enabling Pending Output Notifications FC-80
  • Creating Character and Packet Dispatch Sequences FC-81
  • Changing Flow Control for the Current Session FC-82
  • Enabling Session Locking FC-82
  • Configuring Automatic Baud Rate Detection FC-83
  • Setting a Line as Insecure FC-83
  • Configuring Communication Parameters for Terminal Ports FC-83
  • Displaying Debug Messages on the Console and Terminals FC-84
  • Recording the Serial Device Location FC-84
  • Changing the Retry Interval for a Terminal Port Queue FC-84
  • Configuring LPD Protocol Support on a Printer FC-85


Managing Connections, Menus, and System Banners FC-87

  • Managing Connections, Menus, and System Banners Task List FC-87
  • Managing Connections FC-88
  • Displaying Current Terminal Characteristics FC-88
  • Escaping Terminal Sessions and Switching to Other Connections FC-89
  • Assigning a Logical Name to a Connection FC-89
  • Changing a Login Name FC-90
  • Locking Access to a Terminal FC-91
  • Sending Messages to Other Terminals FC-91
  • Clearing TCP Connections FC-92
  • Exiting a Session Started from a Router FC-92
  • Logging Out of a Router FC-92
  • Disconnecting a Line FC-93
  • Configuring Terminal Messages FC-93
  • Configuring an Idle Terminal Message FC-93
  • Configuring a “Line in Use” Message FC-94
  • Configuring a “Host Failed” Message FC-94
  • Configuring Terminal Banners FC-94
  • Using Banner Tokens FC-95
  • Configuring a Message-of-the-Day Banner FC-95
  • Configuring a Login Banner FC-95
  • Configuring an EXEC Banner FC-96
  • Configuring an Incoming Banner FC-96
  • Configuring a SLIP-PPP Banner Message FC-97
  • Enabling or Disabling the Display of Banners FC-97
  • Creating Menus FC-99
  • Creating a Menu Task List FC-100
  • Specifying the Menu Title FC-100
  • Specifying the Menu Prompt FC-101
  • Specifying the Menu Item Text FC-102
  • Specifying the Underlying Command for the Menu Item FC-102
  • Specifying the Default Command for the Menu FC-104
  • Creating a Submenu FC-104
  • Creating Hidden Menu Entries FC-105
  • Specifying Menu Display Configuration Options FC-106
  • Specifying per-Item Menu Options FC-107
  • Invoking the Menu FC-107
  • Deleting the Menu from the Configuration FC-108
  • Connection Management, System Banner, and User Menu Configuration Examples FC-108
  • Changing a Login Name Example FC-109
  • Sending Messages to Other Terminals Example FC-109
  • Clearing a TCP/IP Connection Example FC-110
  • Configuring Banners Example FC-111
  • Setting a SLIP-PPP Banner with Banner Tokens Example FC-111
  • Configuring a Menu Example FC-112


Using the Cisco Web Browser User Interface FC-113

  • Cisco Web Browser UI Task List FC-113
  • Enabling the Cisco Web Browser UI FC-114
  • Configuring Access to the Cisco Web Browser UI FC-114
  • Specifying the Method for User Authentication FC-114
  • Applying an Access List to the HTTP Server FC-115
  • Changing the HTTP Server Port Number FC-115
  • Accessing and Using the Cisco Web Browser UI FC-115
  • Accessing the Router Home Page FC-116
  • Issuing Commands Using the Cisco Web Browser UI FC-117
  • Customizing the Cisco Web Browser UI FC-119
  • Understanding SSIs FC-119
  • Customizing HTML Pages Using SSIs FC-121
  • Copying HTML Pages to Flash Memory FC-122
  • Displaying HTML Files Containing SSIs FC-122
  • Cisco Web Browser UI Customization Examples FC-123
  • Using the SSI EXEC Command Example FC-123
  • Using the SSI ECHO Command Example FC-124


FILE MANAGEMENT

Using the Cisco IOS File System FC-127

  • IFS Use and Management Task List FC-127
  • Understanding IFS FC-128
  • Displaying and Classifying Files FC-128
  • Platform-Independent Commands FC-128
  • Minimal Prompting for Commands FC-128
  • Creating and Navigating Directories FC-128
  • Copying Files Using URLs FC-129
  • Specifying Files on a Network Server FC-129
  • Specifying Local Files FC-129
  • Using URL Prefixes FC-130
  • Using URLs in Commands FC-132
  • Determining File Systems Supporting a Command FC-132
  • Using the Default File System FC-132
  • Using Tab Completion FC-133
  • Listing Files in a File System FC-133
  • Managing File Systems FC-133
  • Listing Available File Systems FC-133
  • Setting the Default File System FC-134
  • Displaying the Current Default File System FC-134
  • Displaying Information About Files on a File System FC-134
  • Displaying a File FC-136
  • Flash Memory File System Types FC-136
  • Class A Flash File Systems FC-137
  • Class B Flash File Systems FC-139
  • Class C Flash File Systems FC-141
  • Remote File System Management FC-142
  • NVRAM File System Management FC-142
  • System File System Management FC-143


Managing Configuration Files FC-145

  • Understanding Configuration Files FC-145
  • Types of Configuration Files FC-145
  • Location of Configuration Files FC-146
  • Configuration File Management Task List FC-146
  • Displaying Configuration File Information FC-147
  • Entering Configuration Mode and Selecting a Configuration Source FC-147
  • Modifying the Configuration File at the CLI FC-147
  • Copying Configuration Files from the Router to a Network Server FC-149
  • Copying a Configuration File from the Router to a TFTP Server FC-149
  • Copying a Configuration File from the Router to an rcp Server FC-149
  • Copying a Configuration File from the Router to an FTP Server FC-151
  • Copying Configuration Files from a Network Server to the Router FC-153
  • Copying a Configuration File from a TFTP Server to the Router FC-154
  • Copying a Configuration File from an rcp Server to the Router FC-154
  • Copying a Configuration File from an FTP Server to the Router FC-156
  • Maintaining Configuration Files Larger than NVRAM FC-158
  • Compressing the Configuration File FC-158
  • Storing the Configuration in Flash Memory on Class A Flash File Systems FC-159
  • Loading the Configuration Commands from the Network FC-160
  • Controlling the Parser Cache FC-161
  • Clearing the Parser Cache FC-161
  • Disabling the Parser Cache FC-161
  • Reenabling the Parser Cache FC-162
  • Monitoring the Parser FC-162
  • Copying Configuration Files Between Different Locations FC-163
  • Copying Configuration Files from Flash Memory to the Startup or Running Configuration FC-163
  • Copying Configuration Files Between Flash Memory File Systems FC-163
  • Copying a Configuration File from a Server to Flash Memory Devices FC-165
  • Reexecuting the Configuration Commands in the Startup Configuration File FC-166
  • Clearing Configuration Information FC-166
  • Clearing the Startup Configuration FC-166
  • Deleting a Specified Configuration File FC-167
  • Specifying the Startup Configuration File FC-167
  • Specifying the CONFIG_FILE Environment Variable on Class A Flash File Systems FC-167
  • Configuring the Router to Download Configuration Files FC-169


Loading and Maintaining System Images FC-173

  • Understanding Images FC-173
  • Types of Images FC-173
  • Image Naming Conventions FC-174
  • General Output Conventions for Copy Operations FC-174
  • System Images Task List FC-175
  • Displaying System Image Information FC-175
  • Copying Images from Flash Memory to a Network Server FC-176
  • Copying an Image from Flash Memory to a TFTP Server FC-176
  • Copying an Image from Flash Memory to an rcp Server FC-177
  • Copying an Image from Flash Memory to an FTP Server FC-179
  • Copying Images from a Network Server to Flash Memory FC-181
  • Restrictions on Naming Files FC-182
  • Understanding Flash Memory Space Considerations FC-182
  • Output for Image Downloading Process FC-183
  • Copying to Flash Memory for Run-from-Flash Systems FC-183
  • Copying an Image from a TFTP Server to a Flash Memory File System FC-184
  • Copying an Image from an rcp Server to a Flash Memory File System FC-186
  • Copying an Image from an FTP Server to a Flash Memory File System FC-188
  • Verifying the Image in Flash Memory FC-190
  • Copying Images Between Local Flash Memory Devices FC-190
  • Copying a File Between Local Flash Memory Devices Example FC-192
  • Specifying the Startup System Image in the Configuration File FC-193
  • Loading the System Image from Flash Memory FC-193
  • Loading the System Image from a Network Server FC-195
  • Loading the System Image from ROM FC-197
  • Using a Fault-Tolerant Booting Strategy FC-197
  • Recovering a System Image Using Xmodem or Ymodem FC-198
  • Xmodem Transfer Using the Cisco IOS Software Example FC-200
  • Xmodem Transfer Example Using the ROM Monitor FC-201
  • Loading and Displaying Microcode Images FC-202
  • Understanding Microcode Images FC-203
  • Specifying the Location of the Microcode Images FC-203
  • Reloading the Microcode Image FC-204
  • Displaying Microcode Image Information FC-204
  • Using Microcode on Specific Platforms FC-205


Maintaining System Memory FC-207

  • Understanding Memory Types and Functions FC-207
  • DRAM FC-207
  • EPROM FC-208
  • NVRAM FC-208
  • Flash Memory FC-208
  • Maintaining System Memory Task List FC-209
  • Displaying System Memory Information FC-210
  • Partitioning Flash Memory FC-210
  • Systems that Support Partitioning FC-210
  • Benefits of Partitioning Flash Memory FC-210
  • Flash Load Helper Versus Dual Flash Bank FC-211
  • Partitioning Flash Memory FC-211
  • Using Flash Load Helper to Upgrade Software on Run-from-Flash Systems FC-212
  • Flash Load Helper Features FC-212
  • Downloading Files Using the Flash Load Helper FC-213
  • Formatting Flash Memory FC-214
  • Flash Memory Formatting Process FC-215
  • Recovering from Locked Blocks FC-215
  • Reallocating DRAM Memory for the Cisco 3600 Series FC-216
  • Reallocate Processor Memory and I/O Memory Example FC-217
  • Using Memory Scan on the Cisco 7500 Series FC-218
  • Configuring and Verifying Memory Scan FC-218


Rebooting FC-221

  • Understanding Rebooting Procedures FC-221
  • Which Configuration File Does the Router Use upon Startup? FC-221
  • Which Image Does the Router Use upon Startup? FC-222
  • Rebooting Task List FC-225
  • Displaying Boot Information FC-225
  • Modifying the Configuration Register Boot Field FC-225
  • How the Router Uses the Boot Field FC-226
  • Hardware Versus Software Configuration Register Boot Fields FC-226
  • Modifying the Software Configuration Register Boot Field FC-226
  • Setting Environment Variables FC-228
  • BOOT Environment Variable FC-228
  • BOOTLDR Environment Variable FC-228
  • CONFIG_FILE Environment Variable FC-229
  • Controlling Environment Variables FC-229
  • Scheduling a Reload of the System Image FC-230
  • Configuring a Scheduled Reload FC-231
  • Display Information about a Scheduled Reload FC-231
  • Cancel a Scheduled Reload FC-232
  • Entering ROM Monitor Mode FC-232
  • Aliasing ROM Monitoring Commands FC-233
  • Manually Loading a System Image from ROM Monitor FC-233
  • Manually Booting from Flash Memory in ROMMON FC-234
  • Manually Booting from a Network File in ROMMON FC-235
  • Manually Booting from ROM in ROMMON FC-235
  • Manually Booting Using MOP in ROMMON FC-236
  • Exiting from ROMMON FC-236


Configuring Basic File Transfer Services FC-237

  • Basic File Transfer Services Configuration Task List FC-237
  • Configuring a Router as a TFTP or RARP Server FC-237
  • Configuring a Router as a TFTP Server FC-238
  • Configuring a Router as a RARP Server FC-241
  • Configuring System BOOTP Parameters FC-243
  • Configuring a Router to Use rsh and rcp FC-243
  • Specifying the Source Interface for Outgoing RCMD Communications FC-244
  • About DNS Reverse Lookup for rcmd FC-244
  • Enabling and Using rsh FC-245
  • Enabling and Using rcp FC-247
  • Configuring a Router to Use FTP Connections FC-249


SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

Performing Basic System Management FC-253

  • Basic System Management Task List FC-253
  • Configuring the System Name FC-254
  • Customizing the CLI Prompt FC-254
  • Creating and Displaying Command Aliases FC-254
  • Controlling Minor Services FC-255
  • Controlling the BOOTP Server FC-256
  • Controlling the Finger Protocol FC-256
  • Hiding Telnet Addresses FC-257
  • Setting Time and Calendar Services FC-257
  • Understanding Time Sources FC-258
  • Configuring NTP FC-260
  • Configuring SNTP FC-267
  • Configuring VINES Time Service FC-267
  • Configuring Time and Date Manually FC-268
  • Using the Hardware Clock FC-269
  • Monitoring Time and Calendar Services FC-271
  • Configuring Time Ranges FC-271
  • Delaying EXEC Startup FC-272
  • Handling an Idle Telnet Connection FC-273
  • Setting the Interval for Load Data FC-273
  • Limiting the Number of TCP Transactions FC-273
  • Configuring Switching and Scheduling Priorities FC-274
  • Modifying the System Buffer Size FC-275
  • Basic System Management Examples FC-276
  • System Configuration File Example FC-276
  • Clock, Calendar, and NTP Configuration Examples FC-276
  • Buffer Modification Examples FC-277


Troubleshooting and Fault Management FC-279

  • Troubleshooting and Fault Management Task List FC-279
  • Displaying System Information Using show Commands FC-280
  • Testing Network Connectivity FC-281
  • Configuring the TCP Keepalive Packet Service FC-281
  • Testing Connections with the ping Command FC-282
  • Tracing Packet Routes FC-282
  • Logging System Messages FC-282
  • Enabling System Message Logging FC-283
  • Enabling Message Logging for a Slave Card FC-283
  • Setting the Syslog Destination FC-283
  • Configuring Synchronization of Logging Messages FC-284
  • Enabling Time-Stamps on Log Messages FC-284
  • Limiting the Error Message Severity Level and Facilities FC-284
  • Defining the UNIX System Logging Facility FC-286
  • Displaying Logging Information FC-287
  • Logging Errors to a UNIX Syslog Daemon FC-287
  • Setting the Syslog Source Address FC-287
  • Using Field Diagnostics on Line Cards FC-288
  • Troubleshooting Specific Line Cards FC-289
  • Storing Line Card Crash Information FC-289
  • Creating Core Dumps for System Exceptions FC-289
  • Specifying the Destination for the Core Dump File FC-290
  • Creating an Exception Memory Core Dump FC-292
  • Enabling Debug Operations FC-293
  • Enabling Conditionally Triggered Debugging FC-294
  • Enabling Protocol-Specific debug Commands FC-295
  • Enabling Conditional Debugging Commands FC-296
  • Specifying Multiple Debugging Conditions FC-297
  • Conditionally Triggered Debugging Configuration Examples FC-297
  • Using the Environmental Monitor FC-299


Configuring SNMP Support FC-301

  • Understanding SNMP FC-301
  • SNMP Notifications FC-302
  • MIBs and RFCs FC-304
  • SNMP Versions FC-305
  • SNMP Configuration Task List FC-306
  • Creating or Modifying an SNMP View Record FC-307
  • Creating or Modifying Access Control for an SNMP Community FC-307
  • Specifying an SNMP-Server Engine Name (ID) FC-308
  • Specifying SNMP-Server Group Names FC-308
  • Configuring SNMP-Server Hosts FC-308
  • Configuring SNMP-Server Users FC-309
  • Enabling the SNMP Agent Shutdown Mechanism FC-309
  • Setting the Contact, Location, and Serial Number of the SNMP Agent FC-309
  • Defining the Maximum SNMP Agent Packet Size FC-309
  • Limiting the Number of TFTP Servers Used via SNMP FC-310
  • Monitoring and Troubleshooting SNMP Status FC-310
  • Disabling the SNMP Agent FC-310
  • Configuring SNMP Notifications FC-310
  • Configuring the Router as an SNMP Manager FC-313
  • SNMP Configuration Examples FC-314
  • New MIB Features in Cisco IOS Release 12.2 FC-315
  • Circuit Interface Identification MIB FC-315
  • Ethernet-like Interfaces MIB FC-315
  • Event MIB FC-316
  • Expression MIB Support for Delta, Wildcarding, and Aggregation FC-316
  • Interfaces Group MIB Enhancements FC-316
  • MIB Enhancements for Universal Gateways and Access Servers FC-317
  • MSDP MIB FC-319
  • NTP MIB FC-319
  • Response Time Monitor MIB FC-319


Configuring Cisco Discovery Protocol FC-321

  • Configuring the Cisco Discovery Protocol FC-321
  • CDP Configuration Task List FC-322
  • Setting the CDP Transmission Timer and Hold Time FC-323
  • Reenabling CDP on a Local Router FC-323
  • Reenabling CDP Version-2 Advertisements FC-323
  • Reenabling CDP on an Interface FC-323
  • Monitoring and Maintaining CDP FC-324
  • CDP Configuration Examples FC-324
  • Example: Setting the CDP Transmission Timer and Hold Time FC-324
  • Example: Monitoring and Maintaining CDP FC-325


Configuring RMON Support FC-327

  • Configuring RMON Support FC-327
  • Configuring RMON Alarm and Event Notifications FC-329
  • Configuring RMON Groups FC-329
  • Monitoring and Verifying RMON Configuration FC-330
  • RMON Configuration Examples FC-331


Network Monitoring Using Cisco Service Assurance Agent FC-333

  • Understanding the Cisco SAA FC-333
  • New Features in Cisco IOS Release 12.2 FC-334
  • Cisco SAA Configuration Task List FC-334
  • Configuring SAA Operations FC-335
  • Configuring the Operation Type FC-336
  • Configuring SAA Operation Characteristics FC-338
  • Scheduling the Operation FC-343
  • Enabling the SAA Responder on Operational Targets FC-344
  • Configuring SAA Control Message Authentication FC-344
  • Resetting the SAA FC-345
  • Restarting a Stopped Operation FC-345
  • Displaying SAA Status and SAA Operational Results FC-345
  • Changing the Memory Threshold for the SAA FC-346
  • Configuring Specific Operations FC-347
  • Configuring SAA Operations Using SNMP FC-351
  • Accessing SAA Data Using SNMP FC-352
  • Enabling SAA SNMP Notifications FC-352
  • SAA Configuration Using the CLI Examples FC-353
  • SNA Echo Example FC-353
  • IP/ICMP Path Echo Example FC-355
  • TcpConnect Example FC-356
  • SAA Control Protocol Authentication Example FC-357
  • Jitter Operation Example FC-358
  • HTTP GET Operation Example FC-359
  • HTTP RAW Operation Using RAW Submode Example FC-360
  • HTTP RAW Operation Through a Proxy Server Example FC-360
  • FTP Operation Example FC-361
  • DNS Operation Example FC-361
  • DLSw Operation Example FC-362
  • DHCP Operation Example FC-363
  • Connection Loss Trigger Example FC-363
  • SAA Configuration Using SNMP Examples FC-364
  • Creating an Echo Operation Example FC-364
  • Creating a Path Echo Operation Example FC-364
  • Creating a UDP Operation Example FC-365
  • Creating a TCP Operation Example FC-365
  • Creating a Jitter Operation Example FC-365
  • Creating an HTTP Get Operation Example FC-365
  • Creating an HTTP RAW Operation Example FC-366
  • Creating a DNS Operation Example FC-366
  • Creating a DLSw Operation Example FC-366
  • Creating a DHCP Operation Example FC-366
  • Creating an FTP Operation Example FC-366
  • SAA Command List FC-367


Configuring Web Cache Services Using WCCP FC-369

  • Understanding WCCP FC-369
  • Understanding WCCPv1 Configuration FC-370
  • Understanding WCCPv2 Configuration FC-371
  • WCCPv2 Features FC-372
  • Support for Services Other than HTTP FC-372
  • Support for Multiple Routers FC-373
  • MD5 Security FC-373
  • Web Cache Packet Return FC-373
  • Load Distribution FC-373
  • Restrictions for WCCPv2 FC-374
  • Configuring WCCP FC-374
  • Specifying a Version of WCCP FC-374
  • Configuring a Service Group Using WCCPv2 FC-375
  • Excluding Traffic on a Specific Interface from Redirection FC-376
  • Registering a Router to a Multicast Address FC-376
  • Using Access Lists for a WCCP Service Group FC-377
  • Setting a Password for a Router and Cache Engines FC-377
  • Verifying and Monitoring WCCP Configuration Settings FC-378
  • WCCP Configuration Examples FC-378
  • Changing the Version of WCCP on a Router Example FC-379
  • Performing a General WCCPv2 Configuration Example FC-379
  • Running a Web Cache Service Example FC-379
  • Running a Reverse Proxy Service Example FC-380
  • Registering a Router to a Multicast Address Example FC-380
  • Using Access Lists Example FC-380
  • Setting a Password for a Router and Cache Engines Example FC-381
  • Verifying WCCP Settings Example FC-381


APPENDIXES

Cisco IOS Command Modes FC-385

  • Base Command Modes FC-385
  • User EXEC Mode FC-385
  • Privileged EXEC Mode FC-386
  • Global Configuration Mode FC-386
  • ROM Monitor Mode FC-386
  • Setup Mode FC-386
  • Configuration Modes and Submodes FC-386
  • AAA Preauthentication Configuration Mode FC-387
  • Access List Configuration Mode FC-387
  • Access-point Configuration Mode FC-387
  • Access-point List Configuration Mode FC-388
  • Address Family Configuration Mode FC-388
  • ALPS Circuit Configuration Mode FC-388
  • ALPS ASCU Configuration Mode FC-388
  • Annex G Configuration Mode FC-389
  • APPN Configuration Modes FC-389
  • ATM VC Configuration Mode FC-389
  • ATM VC Bundle Configuration Mode FC-389
  • ATM VC Bundle-Member Configuration Mode FC-390
  • ATM VC CES Configuration Mode FC-390
  • ATM VC Class Configuration Mode FC-390
  • ATM-FR VC Group Configuration Mode FC-390
  • ATM PVC Range Configuration Mode FC-391
  • ATM PVC-in-range Configuration Mode FC-391
  • CA Identity Configuration Mode FC-391
  • CA Trusted-Root Configuration Mode FC-391
  • Call Discriminator Configuration Mode FC-391
  • Called-Group Configuration Mode FC-392
  • CASA Configuration Mode FC-392
  • CAS Custom Configuration Mode FC-392
  • CES Configuration Mode FC-392
  • Certificate Chain Configuration Mode FC-392
  • Class Map Configuration Mode FC-393
  • Controller Configuration Mode FC-393
  • Crypto Map Configuration Mode FC-393
  • Crypto Transform Configuration Mode FC-393
  • Customer Profile Configuration Mode FC-393
  • DHCP Pool Configuration Mode FC-393
  • Dial Peer Voice Configuration Mode FC-394
  • Dial Peer COR List Configuration Mode FC-394
  • Dialer DNIS Group Configuration Mode FC-394
  • DLUR Configuration Mode FC-394
  • DNIS Group Configuration Mode FC-394
  • Extended Named Access List (NACL) Configuration Mode FC-394
  • Frame Relay DLCI Configuration Mode FC-395
  • Frame Relay Congestion Management Configuration Mode FC-395
  • FRF.5 / FRF.8 Configuration Mode FC-395
  • Gatekeeper Configuration Mode FC-395
  • Gateway Configuration Mode FC-396
  • Hex Input Mode FC-396
  • HTTP Raw Request Configuration Mode FC-396
  • Hub Configuration Mode FC-396
  • IBM Channel Configuration Mode FC-396
  • IBM Channel Internal Adapter Configuration Mode FC-396
  • IBM Channel Internal LAN Interface Configuration Mode FC-397
  • Interface Configuration Mode FC-397
  • IP Host Backup Configuration Mode FC-398
  • IPv6 Access List Configuration Mode FC-398
  • IP VPN Routing/Forwarding (VRF) Instance Configuration Mode FC-399
  • IPX Router Configuration Mode FC-399
  • ISAKMP Policy Configuration Mode FC-399
  • Key-Chain Configuration Mode FC-399
  • Key-Chain Key Configuration Mode FC-399
  • LANE Database Configuration Mode FC-400
  • Line Configuration Mode FC-400
  • Listen-Point Configuration Mode FC-400
  • Map Class Configuration Mode FC-400
  • Map-List Configuration Mode FC-400
  • Modem Pool Configuration Mode FC-400
  • MPOA Client (MPC) Configuration Mode FC-401
  • MPOA Server (MPS) Configuration Mode FC-401
  • MRM Manager Configuration Mode FC-401
  • Policy-Map Configuration Mode FC-401
  • Poll-Group Configuration Mode FC-401
  • Public-Key Chain Configuration Mode FC-401
  • Public-Key Key Configuration Mode FC-402
  • Public-Key Hex Input Configuration Mode FC-402
  • QoS Class-Map Configuration Mode FC-402
  • QoS Policy-Map Configuration Mode FC-403
  • QoS Policy-Map Class Configuration Mode FC-403
  • RADIUS Server Group Configuration Mode FC-403
  • RED Group Configuration Mode FC-403
  • RLM Group Configuration Mode FC-403
  • RLM Device Configuration Mode FC-404
  • Resource Group Configuration Mode FC-404
  • (Resource-Pool) Call Discriminator Profile Configuration Mode FC-404
  • (Resource-Pool) Customer Profile Configuration Mode FC-404
  • (Resource-Pool) Resource Group Configuration Mode FC-405
  • (Resource-Pool) Service Profile Configuration Mode FC-405
  • (Resource-Pool) VPDN Profile Configuration Mode FC-405
  • Route-Map Configuration Mode FC-405
  • Router Configuration Mode FC-405
  • RTR Entry Configuration Mode FC-406
  • SAA HTTP Raw Request Configuration Mode FC-406
  • Server Group RADIUS Configuration Mode FC-406
  • Server Group TACACS+ Configuration Mode FC-406
  • Service Profile Configuration Mode FC-407
  • SLB DFP Configuration Mode FC-407
  • SLB Real Server Configuration Mode FC-407
  • SLB Server-Farm Configuration Mode FC-407
  • SLB Virtual Server Configuration Mode FC-407
  • SPE Configuration Mode FC-408
  • Standard Named Access List (NACL) Configuration Mode FC-408
  • Static Maps Class Configuration Mode FC-408
  • Static Maps List Configuration Mode FC-409
  • Subinterface Configuration Mode FC-409
  • System Controller Poll-Group Configuration Mode FC-409
  • Time Range Configuration Mode FC-409
  • TN3270 Server Configuration Mode FC-410
  • TN3270 DLUR Configuration Mode FC-410
  • TN3270 DLUR PU Configuration Mode FC-410
  • TN3270 DLUR Linked SAP Configuration Mode FC-411
  • TN3270 Listen-Point Configuration Mode FC-411
  • TN3270 Listen-Point PU Configuration Mode FC-411
  • TN3270 PU Configuration Mode FC-411
  • TN3270 Response-Time Configuration Mode FC-412
  • TN3270 Security Configuration Mode FC-412
  • TN3270 Security Profile Configuration Mode FC-412
  • Translation-Rule Configuration Mode FC-412
  • Voice-Card Configuration Mode FC-413
  • Voice Class Configuration Mode FC-413
  • Voice-Port Configuration Mode FC-413
  • Voice Service Configuration Mode FC-413
  • Voice Service Session Configuration Mode FC-413
  • VoIP Dial Peer Configuration Mode FC-414
  • VPDN Group Mode and Submodes FC-414
  • VPDN Profile Configuration Mode FC-414
  • VPDN Template Configuration Mode FC-414
  • VRF Configuration Mode FC-415
  • X.25 Profile Configuration Mode FC-415
  • Configuration Modes Summary Table FC-415


Configuring Line Cards on the Cisco 7500 Series FC-431

  • Performing a Single Line Card Reload FC-431
  • Configuring Dual RSPs on Cisco 7500 Series Routers FC-432
  • Understanding Master and Slave Operation FC-432
  • Understanding Dual RSP Implementation Methods FC-433
  • Dual RSP Configuration Task List FC-433
  • Setting Environment Variables on the Master and Slave RSP FC-442
  • Manually Setting Environment Variables on the Slave RSP FC-443
  • Monitoring and Maintaining Dual RSP Operation FC-443
  • Overriding the Slave Image Bundled with the Master Image FC-444
  • Manually Synchronizing Configuration Files FC-444
  • Troubleshooting and Reloading a Failed RSP Card FC-444
  • Disabling Access to the Slave Console FC-445
  • Displaying Information About Master and Slave RSP Cards FC-445


INDEX FC-449



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