I came across a need where I needed more than the two interfaces of the 2901 router that I had been working with. I decided that I would do a dual-ISP topology like the one below. I was the one providing both routers in this case, and the router attached to the Brocade is where this HWIC-4ESW= module went in on. (I took out the public IPs, as Im sure you understand why).
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Sunday, May 19, 2013
Cisco Router: How To Add A HWIC-4ESW= Module To A 2901 Router
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Can you give a step by step configuration of how you did all of that? like the commands? I want to do the same and I keep confusing myself. Thanks!ReplyDelete
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