Is Cisco Bothering With “Open” EIGRP?

EIGRP is an example of an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP), which is a network routing protocol that routers use to exchange routing information within an autonomous system (AS). EIGRP takes its place alongside other frequently-encountered IGPs such as Routing Information…
What is Exact Cisco Catalyst 2960-S FlexStack?

Cisco FlexStack stacking for Cisco Catalyst 2960-S Series Switches provides a true stacking solution with all switches in a FlexStack stack acting as a single switching unit. FlexStack provides a unified data plane, and single configuration for a group of stacked Cisco…
When Do You Use Static Routes?

Every router must have a route to know where to send traffic. We compare this to the post office’s predetermined ways to route your postal mail to its destination. When a router receives a packet from the LAN or the…
Guide to Order Cisco Aironet 1230AG Series Access Point

The Cisco Aironet 1230AG Series delivers the versatility, high capacity, security, and enterprise-class features required in more challenging RF environments. It is designed for wireless LANs in rugged environments or installations that require specialized antennas, and features dual antenna connectors…
Understanding Different Router Numbers

Many of the routing protocols implemented in Cisco’s IOS require a number to follow the command that enables the routing protocol in question. For example: “router eigrp 1,” “router bgp 1” or “router ospf 1”. If you’re new to routing,…