Display all BGP routes show ip bgp cidr-only Display routes with inconsistent originating ASes show ip bgp inconsistent-as Display all BGP paths show ip bgp paths Display stats of all BGP connections: show ip bgp summary
Archive for November, 2009
Straight from the Mikrotik site. Upgrading procedure for all devices: Update the Bootloader if using a RouterBOARD In your RouterOS v3.25 or newer, Update your RouterOS license Upload new RouterOS v4 packages to the router, and reboot If you are currently running an older version of RouterOS, where license can’t be upgraded to the new [...]
Backbone Router-Only connected to OSPF backbone area Area Border Router (ABR) – Jas interfaces connected to multiple areas Internal router – Interfaces connected within a single area Autonomous System Boundary router (ASBR) – Connects to ASes
http://asa_project.gromnet.net/ VMWARE, Cisco ASA, and other such goodies. Will be trying this as soon as I have some more things moved around in the new house. Anyone else tried this? If so any hints we should know about?
AREA area-ID STUB area-id can be decimal value or an ip address
Access point redundancy is one of the hardest things to achieve. This is because fixed wireless customers do not roam between access points. You have a couple of tricks you can do to minimize downtime in the event of an AP failure. The first thing to do is implement the same SSID across your network [...]
Over the next several weeks we will be focusing on WISP redundancy. Please let us know any questions, topics, or other information you are interested in.
Color Code Priority on SM On the SM, multiple color codes (up to 10 per SM) and priorities (3) allow more control of which AP an SM will register to during normal and off-normal conditions. This means you can setup an SM to register to multiple APs. If you have customers that can see other [...]
APNIC to make allocations from 175/8 and 182/8 soon In August 2009, APNIC received two IPv4 address blocks from IANA. These were: – 175/8 – 182/8 APNIC will soon be allocating from these prefixes.
http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Broadband-Over-Powerlines-Poster-Child-Pulling-The-Plug-105576 Manassas, Virginia was the first US city to see a real, non-trial launch of broadband over powerline (BPL) technology. However, BPL has floundered the last few years because of its inherent potential for interference with amateur and emergency radio, its irrelevance in the face of next-generation speeds, and the unavoidable fact that many utilities [...]