Previously, I have posted a basic configuration of IS-IS routing protocol on Cisco router. In this session, I want to share my experience with Cisco IS-IS over IPv6 because this tutorial is also part of CCIE lesson. If you’re not familiar with IS-IS, I suggest you to read my previous posting and read Cisco documentation about IS-IS. Basic knowledge on IPv6 addressing is not mandatory, but it will be helpful.
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It’s a routing protocol, Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS). When people talking about Link State routing protocol, most of them are thinking about OSPF. In fact, another link state routing protocol is exist. Yeaah.. IS-IS!
Well, I don’t want to waste our time. In this session, I will show you how to configure IS-IS routing protocol in Cisco router. For the details about IS-IS, I recommend you to read “Routing TCP/IP, Vol-1 (CCIE Professional Development)” by Jeff Doyle, Cisco Press. OK, please refer to the following topology during my lab session:
This tutorial will show you how to configure basic IPv6 RIP on Cisco router, or normally we called it as RIPng. As usual, I’m simulating this lab topology using GNS3 (v1.3.13) on my favourite “weapon”. Please refer to the following topology and the step-by-step configuration:
Beberapa minggu lalu saya diminta oleh salah satu client melakukan testing Teldat router (M1 series) untuk menggantikan existing router. Saat ini, mereka menggunakan layanan PPPoE dari salah satu ISP lokal untuk koneksi ke internet. Namun sayangnya, seringkali mereka mengeluhkan layanan dial-up tersebut karena sering down. Sehingga mereka mencari alternatif solusi menggunakan koneksi 3G/4G sebagai backup koneksi ke internet. Berikut adalah overview topologi PPPoE & 3G Backup:
In several months ago, I’ve been asked to perform proof of concept by a customer who wants to deploy Serial connection over WAN. It’s because they have a Client-Server application for SCADA, which is still running on legacy protocol with Serial interface. In this session, I won’t discuss more detail about the SCADA system. However, I will show you how to transmit the Serial data over IP with Enterprise Service Router (ESR) to provide connectivity between RTU on remote site and the SCADA server on Data Center site.
Actually, this is a common feature as there are a lot of vendors outside there who have capability to do it, especially for manufacture equipment. Cisco they have BSTUN as their proprietary protocol, to transfer Serial data over IP. ESR also has capability to encapsulate Serial data and transfer it over IP connection. It called as ASDP (Asynchronous Serial Device Proxy) and SCADA protocol for specific solution. In this part, I just want to share how to configure ASDP on ESR. As usual, you can refer to the following topology in this scenario.
Picture 1: Basic Topology for Serial-over-IP to provide SCADA connectivity
I’d like to show you one of the benefit from Enterprise Service Router. As you might be know, ESR has been equipped by GSM module. There are two options, it can support single OR dual SIM card for redundancy purpose. In this tutorial part, I want to share my experience about how to configure Dual GSM Failover in ESR. Please refer to the following picture for details:
Picture 1: General topology for Dual GSM scenario
In this chapter, I’d like to show you how to configure VoIP feature on OmniAccess ESR from Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. OmniAccess ESR is a compact router which has wide range solution for Enterprise market. It can be configured to perform VoIP Survival Capability between two areas over WAN connection. Here’s the detail scenario and configuration:
We have two routers on different area, these routers are connected to IP Phone clients on both sites. In the branch area, we have two IP Phones which are running different protocol, NoE (Alcatel’s proprietary) and SIP. We should make a call between those two sites during normal situation. When the link between two routers is down, phone clients at branch site should be able to make a local call. Continue reading ESR VoIP Survivability