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Cisco Compatible Micro Router Series

Compatible Systems Setup Guides

Document ID: 17620

Updated: May 03, 2004

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Getting Started

Required IP Parameters
Configuration of the basic and required address characteristics of a new Compatible Systems internetworking device.

Internet Access Routers

In order to successfully connect to an Internet Service Provider (ISP), you must use device configuration parameters which will be provided by the technical staff of the ISP. These parameters should include all IP addresses, Wide Area Network (WAN) settings, and any applicable authorization routines. Please check with your ISP before configuring or changing the configuration of your Compatible Systems internetworking device.

Note: Detailed information on the meaning of device parameters is provided in the CompatiView Management Software Reference Guide and the Text-Based Configuration and Command Line Management Reference Guide. You should use this list only as a starting point to look up more specific information in the other documents.

Asynchronous PPP Dial-up Connection
Quickstart on configuring an internetworking device for a Point-to-Point (PPP) dial up connection.

Synchronous PPP Dedicated Connection
Quickstart on configuring an internetworking device for a Point-to-Point (PPP) dedicated connection.

Frame Relay Connection
Quickstart on configuring an internetworking device for a Frame Relay Connection.

Advanced Routing Protocols

BGP Configuration Guide
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an inter-autonomous system routing protocol.

NAT Configuration Guide
Network Address Translation (NAT) - information and examples.

OSPF Configuration Guide
OSPF can be enabled on Compatible Systems routers with at least 2 Megabytes of memory.


Updated: May 03, 2004
Document ID: 17620