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router config 8 years 1 month ago #27892

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You can remove a cisco switch out of the box and place it on a network without any configuration, can i do that with cisco routers if I just want to supply internet services to just fifty systems if not what config are needed.
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Re: router config 8 years 1 month ago #27897

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No - a router will need configuration of the interfaces' IP Addresses and the routing protocol at least. Additional configuration will include passwords and access lists for security.
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Re: router config 8 years 1 month ago #27901

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Stevep is correct. You will need to apply at least the basic configuration which involves IP addresses for the necessary interfaces, default gateway, access lists and a few more depending on the network configuration and role of the router.
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switch 8 years 1 month ago #27926

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If ur plugging in a out of box cisco switch(second hand) make sure ur VTP database is flushed out or else it creates hell lot of problem if higher revision numbers are present.
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