Telnet from Cisco UCS

Problem: Ciscco UCS was not backing up the configuration via SFTP. I wanted to check I could connect to the backup server from the UCS on port 22 (SSH)   Resolution: Execute the following commands using your desired SSH Client. I have used Putty in this example. 1) SSH to the Cisco UCS and enter Read More…

Backing Up Cisco UCS

Pre-requisites: You will need an FTP, TFTP, SCP or SFTP target. In this example I have created an SFTP destination on a CentOS 7 server. To schedule a backup of a Cisco UCS configuration simply log into the UCS Manager:   Select Admin on the left hand side frame -> Policy Backup & Export -> Fill Read More…

Simple NAT Configuration for Cisco Router

The following configuration is for a NAT router which plugs into an Ethernet circuit. The router is set to 192.168.1.1 and running DHCP hostname CustomerA ip dhcp pool LOCAL    network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0    default-router 192.168.1.1    dns-server 8.8.8.8 ! interface GigabitEthernet0/0  description WAN   ip nat outside  ip address 213.42.180.166 255.255.255.254  duplex auto  speed auto interface Read More…

Telnet Using Source IP Address On a Cisco

I ran into a spot of bother trying to get to a remote router due to incorrect access list.  To save me a long drive I came across the following command so I could telnet using the source IP address rather than just the interface. # telnet {ip} /source-interface {interface} /route:{sourceIP} eg # telnet 192.168.61.152 Read More…