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This is awesome. Nice reminder. I will configure all of this tomorrow and test this bad boy out
Edited by Tangoseal - 4/20/12 at 12:39am
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I also want to use netflow features as well to get up to speed better on that for supplying more solutions to my customers.

Free version of Scrutinizer. Only stores 24 hours of data..

http://www.plixer.com/products/netflow-sflow/free-netflow-scrutinizer.php
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Free version of Scrutinizer. Only stores 24 hours of data..
http://www.plixer.com/products/netflow-sflow/free-netflow-scrutinizer.php

I am work right now but basically do you import the Netflow 5 data into this software and it will break it down and analyze it for you?

I will read more about this when I get off of work.

Btw I love your signature. That is some gaming box hahah. All Cisco powered.
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router on a stick? god no.. You have a 2960, route though the SVI.. 2960's are limited layer 3 devices as of te12.2(55)SE release.
http://blog.alwaysthenetwork.com/tutorials/2960s-can-route/
Edit:
Cisco 1905 specs...
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/routers/ps10538/ps10820/data_sheet_c78-598372.pdf
Gott'a kinda agree with everyone.. I don't see the worth of having a 1900 series at the home.. The 1800 and 800 series are much cheaper.. I've been runing a Cox 50mb business circuit on a 1800 for over a year, it's always bursting at 55mb/s+ during speed tests. I've ran several NBAR tests with http traffic at full 50mb speeds for over 5min's...
I see having the new arch as a positive, if you got the funds go for it....

Scott,

Question. okay ... I got intervlan routing working fine that is easy mode. I am not use to not being able to assign a switch port an IP like a true layer 3 device. My question ...

Example: I have two VLANs, 1 and 20.

Vlan 1 address is 10.1.1.1/16 (Note I am using such extreme differences in subnets in order to eliminate confusion in my lab)
Vlan 20 address is 192.168.1.1/32

Intervlan routing is fine and working charmingly.

I want to be able to route both of these vlans to the router I do not want to do it on a stick. How would I proceed from here using this layer 2/fakemode 3 switch?

Would I just trunk a port to the router? Or would I have to something else? thanks!

Its probably the dumbest thing ever right now.
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y u no SVI
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y u no SVI

Not sure what ya mean but I am learning this stuff at a rapid lighting pace.
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I did read it but I cant figure out how to make the switch route separate vlans to a router. I do not have a Cisco router yet. I am using an Asus RT-N66U with factory firmware.

I have 2 subnets I am labbing right now. My real production 10.1.1.0 /16 and 192.168.1.0/24.

I read that blog but maybe im just a noobie and learning how to do this and screwed something up.
Edited by Tangoseal - 4/21/12 at 10:16pm
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