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  1. Chap 6Router Configuration I Andres, Wen-Yuan Liao Department of Computer Science and Engineering De Lin Institute of Technology andres@dlit.edu.tw http://www.cse.dlit.edu.tw/~andres

  2. Overview • Use router modes and configuration methods to update a router's configuration file with current and prior versions

  3. Router Configuration Files • Configuration file information • 11.x configuration files • 11.0 configuration files • copy running-config tftp and copy tftp running-config • Use NVRAM with Release 11.x • Use NVRAM with Pre-11.0

  4. Router conf. file information • Conf. files can come from the console, NVRAM, or TFTP server • The conf. file contains commands to customize router operation

  5. 11.x configuration files • Use the privileged EXEC configure command to configure • From a virtual (remote) terminal, a modem connection, or a console terminal • Load a conf. from a TFTP server

  6. Using TFTP Server • The network configuration file:apply to all routers and terminal servers on the network • The host configuration file: apply to one router

  7. Router Configuration Modes • Using router conf. modes • Global configuration modes • Configuring routing protocols • Interface confi. commands • Configuring a specific interface

  8. Use router conf. modes • User mode • Subset of the EXEC commands • Privileged mode • Global configuration mode and specific configuration modes

  9. Use router conf. modes • If you typeexit, the router will back out one level • Ctrl-Z leaves conf. mode completely and returns the router to privileged EXEC mode

  10. Configure a specific interface • On serial links • One side(DCE) • Provide a clocking signal • The other side (DTE) • By default, Cisco routers are DTE devices, but they can be used as DCE devices

  11. Configure a specific interface • If you are using an interface to provide clocking, you must specify a rate with the clockrate command • The bandwidth command overrides the default bandwidth

  12. Two connections on Ethernet interfaces: an attachment unit interface (AUI) connector a 10BASE-T connector

  13. Configuration Methods • 11.x configuration methods • 11.0 configuration methods • Password conf. methods • Router identification conf.

  14. Password configuration methods • Password can be established both on individual lines and in the privileged EXEC mode • line console 0 -- the console terminal • line vty 0 4 -- Telnet sessions

  15. Password configuration methods • enable password -- restricts access to privileged EXEC mode • enable secret password -- uses a Cisco proprietary encryption process to alter the password character string

  16. Password configuration methods • service password-encryption • Further protect passwords from being displayed • This encryption algorithm does not match the Data Encryption Standard (DES)

  17. Router identification conf. • Name your router • The host name and is the name displayed by the system prompt • banner motd • A message-of-the-day banner to be displayed on all connected terminals

  18. Summary • Configuration files • The console, NVRAM, or TFTP server • Privileged mode • Global configuration mode • Other configuration modes • Host name/ banner/interface descriptions