Cisco 1800 Series Integrated Services Routers (Fixed) Software Configuration Guide
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Symbols

-? command C-3

? command A-4, C-3

Numerics

802.1x authentication 5-8

A

AAL B-6

AAL3/4 B-6

AAL5 B-6

abbreviating commands A-6

access groups 12-3

access lists

applying to interfaces 8-4

configuration commands 12-2

configuring for firewalls 8-3

description B-11

ACK bits B-11

Address Resolution Protocol

See ARP

ADSL

configuring 4-6

ordering 1-5

overview B-1

troubleshooting 14-2

aggregator

configuring 13-12

ARP B-2

Asymmetric Digital Line Subscriber Line

See ADSL

asynchronous interface

configuring 13-13

ATM

configuring the ATM interface 1-8

errors, displaying 14-6

events, displaying 14-7

interface

configuration scenario 4-5

overview B-5

packets, displaying 14-8

PVC encapsulation types B-6

queues B-10

troubleshooting commands 14-3 to 14-9

WAN interface 4-5

ATM adaptation layer

See AAL

ATM interface

See ATM

audience, user 1-11

authentication protocols

See PPP authentication protocols

AutoSecure

configuring 12-2

B

backup interfaces

for dial backup activation 13-1

b command C-3

b flash command C-3

boot commands C-3

bridging

configuring 1-10, 9-5

broadcast intervals, RIP B-3

C

CAR B-9

caution, described 1-13

CBAC firewall

configuring 12-3

CBWFQ B-9

Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol

See CHAP

CHAP B-4, B-4

Cisco IOS firewall IDS 12-4

Cisco IOS queues B-10

class-based weighted fair queuing

See CBWFQ

command conventions 1-13

command-line access configuration example 1-12

command-line access to router, configuring 1-10

command modes A-2 to A-4

commands

abbreviating A-6

access list 12-2

ATM troubleshooting 14-3 to 14-9

completing A-4

debug atm events 14-7

debug atm packet 14-9

finding available A-4

help with A-4

privileged EXEC, accessing A-5

redisplaying A-4

ROM monitor debugging C-9

undoing A-6

command variables

listing A-4

TFTP download C-3

committed access rate

See CAR

configuration changes

making A-5

saving 14-12, A-7

configuration examples

command-line access 1-12

DHCP server 5-3

dynamic routes 1-15

EIGRP 1-16

PPPoA with NAT 4-11

PPPoE with NAT 3-9

simple firewall 8-5

static routes 1-13

VPN with IPSec and GRE 7-10

VPN with IPSec tunnel 6-10

wireless LAN 9-7

configuration prerequisites 1-4

configuration register

changing 14-10

changing from ROM monitor C-6

value, resetting 14-12

configuring

ATM interface 1-8

basic router parameters 1-1

bridging 1-10

command-line access 1-10

DHCP server 5-1

dial backup 13-1

dialer interface 3-5

dynamic routes 1-13, 1-15

Easy VPN 6-1

EIGRP 1-15

EIGRP, IP 1-15 to 1-16

Fast Ethernet interface 1-6, 1-9

firewall 8-1

global parameters 1-6

GRE tunnel 7-8

group policy 7-4

IKE policy 7-3

inspection rules for firewalls 8-3

IP EIGRP 1-15 to 1-16

IPSec tunnel 6-1

loopback interface 1-9 to 1-10

NAT 4-9

PPPoE with NAT 3-1, 3-2

RIP 1-14

router from PC A-1

static routes 1-12

VLANs 5-1

VPNs 6-1, 7-3

WAN interfaces 1-7

your network, preparing for 1-4

confreg command C-6

connections

setting up 1-4

console download C-7 to C-8

context command C-8

conventions, command 1-13

copy running-config startup-config command A-7

copy tftp flash command C-3

corporate network, connecting to 1-4

crypto map

applying to interface 6-7, 6-8, 7-8

D

debug atm commands 14-6

debug atm errors command 14-6

debug atm events command 14-7

debug atm packet command 14-8, 14-9

debug commands, ROM monitor C-8, C-9

default configuration, viewing 1-2

DHCP

configuring DHCP server 5-2

IP address assignment 5-1

DHCP and Easy IP (Phase 2) B-8

DHCP server

configuration example 5-3

configuring as 5-1

verify configuration 5-4

dial backup

configuring 13-1, 13-9, 13-13

dialer watch 13-4

feature limitations and configuration 13-1

floating static routes 13-2

dialer interface

configuring 3-5, 4-3

description B-6

dialer watch 13-4, B-7

dir device command C-3

disaster recovery C-3 to C-5

DSL signaling protocol 4-6

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

See DHCP

dynamic routes

configuration example 1-15

configuring 1-13, 1-15

E

Easy IP (Phase 1)

overview B-8

Easy IP (Phase 2)

overview B-8

Easy VPN

configuration tasks 6-2

configuring 6-1

remote configuration 6-9

verify configuration 6-10

EIGRP

configuration example 1-16

configuring 1-15

configuring for IP 1-15 to 1-16

overview B-2, B-3

enable password

recovering 14-12

setting A-5

enable secret password

recovering 14-12

setting A-5

encapsulation B-6

See also examples

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

See EIGRP

error messages, configuration A-6

error reporting, ROM monitor C-8

errors, ATM, displaying 14-6

Ethernet B-5

events, ATM, displaying 14-7

experience, user 1-11

extended access list

overview B-11

F

fallback bridging 5-10

Fast Ethernet interface

configuring 1-6, 1-9

Fast Ethernet WAN interfaces

configuring 1-7, 3-3

filtering

See access lists

firewalls

access list configuration 8-3

applying access lists to interfaces 8-4

applying inspection rules to interfaces 8-4

configuration example 8-5

configuration tasks 8-2

configuring 8-1

configuring inspection rules 8-3

floating static routes

configuring 13-3

description B-7

flowcontrol command A-2

fragmentation, PPP B-9

frame command C-8

G

G.SHDSL

configuring 4-7

ordering 1-5

overview B-2

troubleshooting 14-2

global configuration mode

entering A-5

summary A-2, A-3

global parameters, setting up 1-6

GRE

configuring 7-1

GRE tunnel

configuration example 7-10

configuration tasks 7-8

group policy

configuring 6-4, 7-4

H

handshake

defined B-2

three-way B-4

two-way B-4

help command C-3

help with commands A-4

hop count, defined B-3

I

i command C-3

IGMP snooping 5-10

IKE policy

configuring 6-3, 7-3

inspection rules

applying to interfaces 8-4

configuring 8-3

interface configuration mode A-3

interface port labels (table) 1-1

interfaces

ATM

displaying status for 14-5

dialer B-6

interleaving

PPP B-9

Internet connection, setting up 1-4

IP

overview B-2

routing, setting up 1-4

IPCP B-8

IP multicast switching 5-9

IP Precedence

with CBWFQ B-10

overview B-9

IPSec tunnel

configuration example 6-10, 7-10

configuration tasks 6-2

configuring 6-1, 7-1

crypto method 6-7, 7-7

transforms and protocols 6-6, 7-6

ISDN interface

configuring 13-9

ISDN peer router

configuring 13-12

ISDN S/T port

for dial backup 13-9

K

k command C-8

L

LAN with DHCP and VLANs

configuring 5-1

Layer 2 interfaces 5-9

LCP B-4

LFQ B-10

line configuration

for V.92 modem 13-15

line configuration mode A-4

Link Control Protocol

See LCP

LLC B-6

loopback interface

configuring 1-9 to 1-10

low latency queuing

See LFQ

M

MAC table manipulation 5-9

meminfo command C-9

metrics

EIGRP B-3

RIP B-3

mode configuration, applying to crypto map 6-5

modes

See command modes

N

NAT

configuration example 3-9, 4-11

configuring with PPPoA 4-9

configuring with PPPoE 3-1, 3-7

overview B-7 to B-8

See also Easy IP (Phase 1)

NCP B-4

network address translation

See NAT

network configuration, preparing for 1-4

Network Control Protocols

See NCP

network protocols B-2

nonvolatile RAM

See NVRAM

note, described 1-13

NVRAM, saving changes to A-7

O

overloading, defined B-8

P

packets, ATM, displaying 14-8

PAP B-4

parameters

global, setting up 1-6

Password Authentication Protocol

See PAP

password protection A-5

passwords

recovery 14-9 to 14-12

resetting 14-12

setting A-5

permanent virtual circuit

See PVC

permit command B-11

per-port storm control 5-10

ping atm interface command 14-3

Point-to-Point Protocol

See PPP

policy-based routing B-9

policy lookup, enabling 6-6, 7-4, 7-5

port assignments, common D-1 to D-2

port labels for interfaces 1-1

port numbers currently assigned D-1 to D-2

PPP B-9

authentication protocols B-3 to B-4

fragmentation B-9

interleaving B-9

overview B-3

PPP/Internet Protocol Control Protocol

See IPCP

PPPoA, configuration example 4-11

PPPoE

configuration example 3-9

configuring 3-1

verify configuration 3-10

PPPoE client 3-1, 4-1

prerequisites, for configuration 1-4

privileged EXEC commands, accessing A-5

privileged EXEC mode A-2, A-3

protocols

ATM B-5

Ethernet B-5

network B-2

network interface B-5 to B-6

PPP authentication B-3 to B-4

routing overview B-2 to B-3

PVC

encapsulation types B-6

overview B-6

Q

QoS

parameters B-9 to B-10

queues, ATM B-10

R

radio station subinterfaces

configuring 9-6

related documents 1-14

remote access VPN

with Easy VPN and IPSec tunnel 6-1

remote management

configuring 13-9, 13-13

reset command C-3

resetting

configuration register value 14-12

passwords 14-12

router 14-11

RIP

configuring 1-14

overview B-2 to B-3

ROM monitor

commands C-2

debug commands C-8, C-9

entering C-1

exiting C-9

root radio station

configuring 9-3

router configuration mode A-4

Routing Information Protocol

See RIP

routing protocol overview B-2 to B-3

RST bits B-11

RSVP B-10

S

saving configuration changes 14-12, A-7

security authentication protocols B-4

security features

configuring 12-1 to 12-4

settings

router default A-2

standard VT-100 emulation A-2

SHDSL

See G.SHDSL

show atm interface command 14-5, 14-6

show controllers dsl command 4-8

show dsl interface atm command 4-7

show interface command 14-3

site-to-site VPN

with GRE and IPSec tunnel 7-1

software, upgrading methods 14-9

stack command C-8

static routes

configuration example 1-13

configuring 1-12

Switch 5-7

Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) 5-9

Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVIs) 5-9

Switch Port Configurations 5-7

Switch port configurations 5-7

Switch Ports Configuration, Cisco 1800 5-7

symmetrical high-data-rate digital subscriber line

See G.SHDSL

sysret command C-9

T

TACACS+ B-5

TCP/IP-oriented configuration 5-1

TCP port numbers, currently assigned D-1 to D-2

terminal emulation software A-1

tftpdnld command C-3, C-5

TFTP download C-3 to C-5

See also console download

Timesaver, defined 1-13

transform set

configuring 6-6

translation

See NAT

triggered extensions to RIP B-3

troubleshooting commands, ATM 14-3 to 14-9

U

UDP

port numbers, currently assigned D-1 to D-2

undoing commands A-6

upgrading software, methods for 14-9

User Datagram Protocol

See UDP

user EXEC mode A-2, A-3

V

V.92 modem

for dial backup 13-13

variables, command listing A-4

VC B-6

verify

DHCP server configuration 5-4

Easy VPN configuration 6-10

PPPoE with NAT configuration 3-10

VLAN configuration 5-5

viewing default configuration 1-2

virtual configuration register C-6

virtual private dialup network group number

configuring 3-2

VLANs

configuring 5-1

verify configuration 5-5

VLAN trunking protocol (VTP) 5-8

VPDN 3-2

VPNs

configuration example 6-10

configuration tasks 6-2, 7-3

configuring 6-1, 7-1, 12-4

W

WAN interfaces

configuring 1-7, 3-3, 4-5

wireless LAN

configuration example 9-7

configuration tasks 9-2

X

xmodem command C-7