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Just to make sure...

7 minutes ago, Lurick said:

ASDM is for ASA configuration, not router configuration

Aw crap really, I thought it did Router too.

 

Okay in that case:

enable
<Enter enable password>
conf t
ip http server
ip http authentication local
ip access-list standard 20
	permit 192.168.0.0 0.0.0.255 (for an 192.168.0.0/24 subnet)
exit
ip http access-class 20

If you can access the gui via http://routerIP you can use

copy run start

to make it permanent.

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Hi, guys, you might have seen my previous forum on if a Cisco 2811 router can work with a standard modem, but i’ve Changed my mind as it is too hard to config: 

so now i’m Looking back at the first router I saw today, a Cisco 860VAE series router. Since it already has a dedicated WAN port, i thought maybe I will not need to config it like the 2811. Is this true? Does it work with standard modems? We don’t use DSL

i know I’m not specific enough just ask if you want to know something.

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You still have to configure it like the 2811, this is all enterprise gear and most of the non small-business stuff doesn't really have a GUI and if it does you have to use the CLI to configure it first.


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You will still have to configure it. As @Lurick said, it's equipment made for enterprise solutions and it's expected that IT staff can configure it exactly to the needs of the business it's deployed at. If you're willing to learn Cisco IOS(it honestly isn't that hard) then it's a really powerful router with a lot of smart features.

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10 hours ago, Lurick said:

You still have to configure it like the 2811, this is all enterprise gear and most of the non small-business stuff doesn't really have a GUI and if it does you have to use the CLI to configure it first.

Older cisco equipment uses ASDM. Not sure if you can download it without an active subscription tho.

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Just now, Acedia said:

Older cisco equipment uses ASDM. Not sure if you can download it without an active subscription tho.

ASDM is for ASA configuration, not router configuration


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7 minutes ago, Lurick said:

ASDM is for ASA configuration, not router configuration

Aw crap really, I thought it did Router too.

 

Okay in that case:

enable
<Enter enable password>
conf t
ip http server
ip http authentication local
ip access-list standard 20
	permit 192.168.0.0 0.0.0.255 (for an 192.168.0.0/24 subnet)
exit
ip http access-class 20

If you can access the gui via http://routerIP you can use

copy run start

to make it permanent.

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