This tutorial will show how to configure Cisco 881 Series Router with Cable modem in bridged mode and static IP address. It will work with any model that has Fast Ethernet WAN interface. Simply what it means your WAN interface connects to Cable Modem with Regular Ethernet cat 5e or 6 patch cable. The particular
NTOPNG is excellent bandwidth and network traffic monitoring tool. Lets take a look at deploying this tool on the network using CentOS 7.
In this article we will look at very basic security feature of routers and L3 switches – Access Lists At the most basic level, an access list is a list of conditions that categorize packets and because of this, they can be really helpful when you need to exercise control over network traffic. One of
In this article we will look into setting up NetFlows monitoring station with open source tools. It is extremely important to keep track of what is happening on your network, who are the highest talkers and which users or programs accessing which resources. In our LAB example we will have Cisco Router on which we
Private IP addresses are defined in RFC 1918. Theses addresses can be used on a private network, but they’re not routable through the Internet. By using private IP addresses, ISPs, corporations and home users can use some times only one public IP address to connect all internal systems to the internet. This is very economical
Tcpdump is a command line tool that is very useful during network troubleshooting. It will capture packets and display them on the screen or save them to a file. Installing tcpdump is very easy with yum. #yum install tcpdump In order to run tcpdump you will need to have root or sudo priviliges. Below are
By definition samba is network file and print sharing service that is supported by most operating systems today. In this blog we will take a look at deploying samba server on REDHAT 7 system to share files with Windows 7 or 8 based client. The procedure will be same on CentOS, and most other distributions
Interface teaming is introduced in RHEL7 as an additional choice to implement fault tolerance and enhance throughput. It is widely considered more superior technique then Nic bonding and has much superior handling of packet flow then bonding. In this blog we will configure Nic teaming with LACP
We will be configuring open vSwitch OVS as bridge with local physical interface p4p1 connected to bridge xxx222. This bridge will be located on OVS we will also created 2 vlans 8 and 4 on the same OVS switch.
The RPM packages for Open vSwitch provide some integration with Red Hat’s network scripts. Using this integration is optional. To use the integration for a Open vSwitch bridge or interface named <name>, create or edit /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-<name>. This is a shell script that consists of a series of VARIABLE=VALUE assignments. The following OVS-specific variable names are