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    • Basic commands
    • Modes of Routers • User Mode:Only some basic monitoring • Privileged Mode:monitoring and some troubleshooting • Global Configuration mode:All Configurations that effect the router globally • Interface mode:Configurations done on the specific interface • Rommon Mode:Reverting Password
    • Console Connectivity RJ-45 Connector Console Port Rollover Cable RJ-45 to DB-9 Converter Computer
    • Console Connectivity • Connect a rollover cable to the router console port (RJ-45 connector). • Connect the other end of the rollover cable to the RJ-45 to DB9 converter • Attach the female DB-9 converter to a PC Serial Port. • Open emulation software on the PC.
    • Emulation Software WINDOWS Start  Programs  Accessories  Communications  HyperTerminal  HyperTerminal. Give the Connection Name & Select Any Icon Select Serial (Com) Port where Router is Connected. In Port Settings  Click on Restore Defaults LINUX # minicom -s
    • Console Connectivity Con 0 E0 LAN - 192.168.1.0/24
    • User mode: Router > Router > enable Privilege mode: Router # Router # config terminal Global configuration mode: Router(config) # Assigning ip address to Ethernet interface: Router(config) # interface <interface type> <interface no> Router(config-if) # ip address <ip address> <subnet mask> (Interface mode) Router(config-if) # no shutdown
    • Assigning Telnet password: Router(config) # line vty 0 4 Router(config-line) # login Router(config-line) # password <password> Router(config-line) # exit Router(config) # exit (line mode) Assigning console password: Router(config) # line con 0 Router(config-line) # login Router(config-line) # password <password> Router(config-line) # exit Router(config) # exit (line mode)
    • Assigning Auxiliary password: Router(config) # line aux 0 Router(config-line) # login Router(config-line) # password <password> Router(config-line) # exit Router(config) # exit (line mode) Assigning enable password: Router(config) # enable secret <password> (To encrypt the password) Router(config) # enable password <password>
    • Show commands: Router # show running-config Router # show startup-config Router # show version Router # show flash Commands to save the configuration: Router # copy running-config startup-config ( OR ) Router # write memory ( OR ) Router # write