Question about Cisco Catalyst 4006 Chassis ( 4006)
I dont have much experience with networking as i am a junior at work but i am a fast learner
Keep your 4-port and just purchase a netgear or linksys 8-port switch. This will increase your port count to 12, but you burn two ports on uplinking. If you need more ports, just get a 16-port switch then. I believe this will be the most cost effective solution.
Posted on Jun 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cisco error on switch
%SYS-4-P2_WARN: 1/Tag 0
The switch generates %SYS-4-P2_WARN: 1/Tag
This example shows the syslog output that you see when this error occurs:
%SYS-4-P2_WARN: 1/Tag [dec] on packet from [ether] port [chars],
but port's native vlan is [dec] This message indicates that an 802.1Q-tagged packet was received on a nontrunk port. The VLAN that is derived from the packet tag is different from the port native VLAN. In the error message:
There is a possibility that the local port is incorrectly configured
as an access port instead of a trunk port. Alternately, the remote side can
have been configured as a trunk port instead of an access port.
Verify that the local port is not incorrectly configured as an access port instead of a trunk port. Also, verify that the remote side is not configured as a trunk port instead of an access port.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
If you can plug the cable that you have ran into your router into your computer directly and it works, then you can plug the router back in. Then connect the computer to the router via cable and unplug the router for about 15 seconds and plug it back in. If you connect the computer by cable directly and it doesn't work, then try unplugging your router for about 15 seconds and then plugging it in. I have found many networking items that need to be reset whenever a network cable is plugged in when the device is powered on.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: it is possible to use
Yes, in order to do this you would simply have to create a Layer 3 switch, if you are unfamiliar how to do this, click here
Note* if you are not Cisco certified, not experienced in configuring switches and routers from within the operating system, or do not have the necessary equipment or software, it is not recommended you attempt this, as it may cause permanent damage to your switch if the improper commands are entered and configured on the switch.
If you are unsure or do not feel comfortable creating a Layer 3 switch, have someone you know who is Cisco certified or a computer repair shop configure this for you.
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
The cable modem will need to go through a router because it needs a NAT and PAT translation table, connecting the cable modem direct would lose the ability to get to the internet.
Posted on Jun 16, 2012
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