Hello to everyone
My name is Manolis.Here is what i want to do.
I want to connect to routers directly with back to back connection.How can i
do this?Where am i going to connect the cables?What are the commands?Which
is the limit of the speed?
Thank you for your time
In article <1105753170.187883@athnrd02>, M.P <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
:Hello to everyone
:My name is Manolis.Here is what i want to do.
:I want to connect to routers directly with back to back connection.How can i
:do this?Where am i going to connect the cables?What are the commands?Which
:is the limit of t...PIX back-to-back
I a creating the following setup:
Internet -- Router -- (NAT) PIX -- LAN -- (NAT) PIX -- LAN
I have the following questions:
* Is it possible to use SSH to connect to a published IP address on the
first PIX to reach the second PIX for management purposes?
* Is it possible to publish a webserver on the first Web server which
is placed on the second LAN?
Are there any other issues I should consider?
In article <email@example.com>,
>I a creating the following setup:
>Internet -- Router --...back to back routers
I am having a problem creating a mock frame relay connection between two
routers. Here is what i am trying to do:
| Ethernet To Hub
| V.35 Serial Cable
| Ethernet to Hub
Here are my configs:
ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0
frame-relay map ip 192.168.1.2 101 broadcast
clock rate 64000
frame-relay intf-type dce
Router B...back-to-back with ISDN
it is possible to conect two routers back-to-back by ISDN ???
Aaron Leonard wrote:
> Yes, in recent IOS, assuming PRI (not BRI.)
> Make one side be "isdn protocol-emulate network"
> and the other be "isdn protocol-emulate user".
> Use primary-net5 if E1 or primary-ni if T1.
I have BRI interface in both routers, any ideas ??
"Fiber Optic" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Aaron Leonard wrote:
> > Yes, in recent IOS, assuming PRI (not BRI.)
> > Make on...back to back cable
Hi all - got a question for setting up a router lab. I have three 2524
routers and want to connect them with back to back cross over cables.
Should I buy DB60 male to male V.35 cables? I don't have the routers in
front of me but I think the serial interfaces on the routers are female.
I just connected two routers (WIC-1T on a 2621 and 8A/S on a 3640) using a pair
of V.35 male and female cables, it worked fine.
> Hi all - got a question for setting up a router lab. I have three 2524
> routers and want to connect them with back to back cross over cables.
&g...Back to back converter
can anyone point me in the direction of an ac/dc/ac converter in simulink? i know i can build one from an inverter and a rectifier, just didnt know if anyone had it already as a model.
i have found a ac/dc, but can find an inverter: dc/ac. i'm feeding a three pase power to it and need it only for the perposes of frequency alteration.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
"robert marney" wrote in message <email@example.com>...
> hello all,
> can anyone point me in the direction of an ac/dc/ac converter in simuli...Back To Back Network
Simple question. I have a desktop and a laptop both with network
cards, and want to connect these two machines without using a hub,
with a direct cable. I have rewired a net cable to do this, and both
computers recognise the other, however, I seem unable to share files
accross the connection. All I want to do is transfer files, I dont
care about internet and printer shareing
Anyone know what Im doing wrong?
PS, not sure when I can get on here again due to work etc.
Could people please email me?
On 21 Apr 2004 15:30:39 -0...CSU/DSU Back to Back
I have two black Box CSU/DSU MS using a crossover cable(pin 1,2 & 7,8
crossed to 7,8 & 1,2) connected back to back in my home networking
LAB. The boxes are still booting up in an error mode. They are not
connected to the switch or router, just each other. The boxes are for
DDS lines. Will they work back to back between two routers in a LAB
Howard Huntley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> I have two black Box CSU/DSU MS using a crossover cable(pin 1,2 & 7,8
> crossed to 7,8 & 1,2) connected back to back ...Serial Back-to-Back Connection
I am putting together a lab with two 2600 routers. I have two serial
WICs: WIC 1DSU T1 and WIC 2T but I do not have a Smart Serial cable.
If I buy one, can these two cards be used without an external CSU to
connect two routers back-to-back?
Does it matter which side provides clock?
If I use an RS-232 break out box to verfiy I have the correct leads
mapped to RJ45 pins, does it mattter whether I get a DCE or DTE Smart
Bob Simon <email@example.com> writes:
>I am putting together a lab with two 2600 routers. I have two serial
>WICs: WIC 1DSU T1 and WIC 2T but I do...Back (history.back()) after refresh
I have a webpage popup (lets call it POPUP) which refreshes the opener
window (this one we call PARENT) when we close it, saying we want to
For this, we use
When we don't want to save the POPUP data, we just close the popup and
don't refresh the PARENT.
In the PARENT we have a "Back" link which executes a simple
The problem is:
If we refresh parent, we need to go back 2 pages, because the refresh
method adds another page to the history. But we have no (easy) way of
knowing in the PARENT if it had been refreshed...SHDSL routers back-to-back
I'm trying to connect two SHDSL routers, a Cisco 828 (IOS 12.3(6e)) and
a ZyXEL Prestige 791R. I have very limited experience with ATM, and
would appreciate any insight.
The physical interfaces go up on both sides, but I can't seem to get any
IP traffic through the VC.
This is what I've done on the Cisco side:
ip address 192.168.252.2 255.255.255.252
no atm ilmi-keepalive
dsl equipment-type CPE
dsl operating-mode GSHDSL symmetric annex B
dsl linerate AUTO
encapsulation aal5mux ip
protocol ip 192.168.252.1
The Pres...back to the future! or the future is back?
synchronet BBS is running on ps2moussa telnet, or http
use it with caution :-)
The information contained in this post is copyright of
the poster, and specifically may not be published in,
or used by http://www.jlaforums.com
Hi Moussa !
> synchronet BBS is running on ps2moussa telnet, or http
> use it with caution :-)
Internet these days is largely business and entertainment.
If it comes to exchange knowledge and informations nothing beats a
newsgroup or a real BBS. And the more basic - the better. Keeping off
the dancing balonies and HTML crap. Some...MII back-to-back interface?
Is it possible to connect MII interface back-to-back?
(I mean not through transceiver, just MII to MII)
Thanks in advance,
novice from far east.
how to disable back button in browser using asp
me5202 said the following on 3/13/2007 8:41 AM:
> how to disable back button in browser using asp
Open a new window/tab.
Chance Favors The Prepared Mind
Can someone point me to an actual coded implementation of an RLS filter?
I've dug all over the net and all I keep turning up is professorial
papers full of maths, or ads for student DSP toolboxes.
Matlab code is all I have at the moment...pick your way through that
lot. Aren't I nice?
% Adaptive RLS Filter
% y = output signal...Back
I have been away for years (some of you may remember me as the
developer of gnuplotfortran).
Its nice to see some old names pop up. It so happens that I am working
on something that requires Fortran again, and so I decided to add the
group to my favorites again.
However, there seem to be a truckload of spam messages floating around.
Any idea on how to get rid of this ?
> However, there seem to be a truckload of spam messages floating around.
> Any idea on how to get rid of this ?
See the discussion "Google Groups Killfile for spam" from septem...Back
I did as I said - I went 24 hours to let things die down a bit in here.
While I said I would not respond during those 24 hours, I hope it is seen as
OK to respond now to a couple of posts that I did read - for the most part I
barely skimmed the group, but a few posts did jump out ...
First, Elizabot, you are right about the fact that I should accept your
answers and move on. Even if I do not agree with your answers, it is a
double standard to ask others to do so for me and then for me not to do so
Second, Steve, I owe you an apology. In re-reading my recent post to you
I'm back. :-)
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On Nov 23, 10:42 am, "ProteanThread" <rt...@rtdos.com> wrote:
> I'm back. :-)
> Posted via a free Usenet account fromhttp://www.teranews.com
...pagemaker does not print back to back on XP
Earlier, I used to print long documents back to back on all pages on a
Windows98 machine. a 10 pages document would print on 5 pages back to
Recently, I have installed pagemaker 6.5 on an XP machine.
However, Now when I print any document from Pagemaker in XP, It prints
only one one side. Also, another extra blank page comes out at the end.
This does not hapen with MW-word documents, PDFs etc.
Has anyone faced such a problem? Please help me guys.
Thanks in advance,
> Earlier, I used to print long documents back to back on all pages on a
> Windows98 mac...Reading a file twice, back to back ?
Hi, I have a question regarding reading a file.
I like to read a file (let's say FILE1) line by line and print the
lines that match a certain criteria to another file.
The question is, on second pass do I need to first close FILE1 and then
reopen it (with read access). Or is there a better way to do it, to
basically go back to the beginning of the file as if I am opening it
for reading for the second time.
> Hi, I have a question regarding reading a file.
> I like to read a file (let's say FILE1) line by line and print the
> lines that m...Daisy chaining and back-to-back connections
Good to see the group active again :-). Thanks Huub, Bert and
Usually during our testing we use daisy chaining / loop back at far
end / Back to Back connection due to lack of test set. Is these
techniques used in real time scenario also?
Hello Cijo Ceazer,
> Usually during our testing we use daisy chaining / loop back at far
> end / Back to Back connection due to lack of test set. Is these
> techniques used in real time scenario also?
Yes, the creativity of system and network testers is very good.
Be carefull with too many loopbacks, because the jitter and...G.SHDSL back-to-back cabling
Good morning all,
According to the Cisco web site, it is possible to connect G.SHDSL
interfaces back-to-back by placing one into CO mode.
However, the above page draws a network cloud between the two
connections. Can somebody tell me what's in the cloud? Can I make up a
RJ-11 X-over cable of some description to join the modems, or do I
need to simulate an analogue line?
This being the case, could I use hook run it over a WIC-2FXS with both
interfaces configured in "Batphone" mode?
(and, yes, this is a for a lab setup)....learning- back to back with a 2500 and a 1600
playing with a 2500 and a 1600 , both with serial0 and e0; bought a dce/dte
cable and am trying, obviously , to connect them such that I can learn WAN
protocols ; could someone post the most *SIMPLE* of commands for setting up
ppp or hldc ? many thanks ....
"barrett bonden" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>playing with a 2500 and a 1600 , both with serial0 and e0; bought a dce/dte
>cable and am trying, obviously , to connect them such that I can learn WAN
>protocols ; could someone post the most *SIMPLE* of commands for setting up
>ppp or hldc ? many thanks...congesting a back-to-back link on a switch
Traffic source1 -------- Catalyst1 --------------Catalyst2
---------Traffic source 2
----------------------------------------Direction of Traffic
Is there any way to congest the RX link on catalyst2 in above setup.
Basically I am trying to force the generation of flow control frames
between catalyst2 and catalyst1. Idea is if catalyst2 gets congested
on RX side, it will trigger flowcontrol frames to catalyst1 and then
catalyst1 should react to it.
I think the only way to congest will be to decrease the RX buffer