If you remotely manage your router it is recommended that you use SSH instead of Telnet. Telnet passwords are sent in cleartext so if someone with malicious intent wanted to get access to your router, it would only be a matter of time. Here are a set of instructions to enable SSH using local logon and not an aaa server.
Enter the following commands from global configuration mode:
Configure your router with a hostname
Configure a domain name for your router
RouterA(config)#ip domain-name EXAMPLE.COM
Generate RSA keys on your router
RouterA(config)#crypto key generate rsa
It is recommended that you generate at least a 1024bit key
Tell the router to use SSH version 2
RouterA(config)#ip ssh version 2
Setup a username and password
RouterA(config)#username USERNAME password PASSWORD
Set lines VTY 0 4 to use SSH
RouterA(config)#line vty 0 4
RouterA(config)#transport input ssh
Save your configuration
RouterA#copy run start
EMC announced yesterday their newly released VNX series unified storage solution is guaranteed to be 25% more efficient than any other unified storage solution on the market. This announcement comes as eGroup is crossing the Carolina’s with our VNX “First Look” road show. We are in Charlotte today but it’s not too late to join us in Columbia, SC tomorrow 3/10 or Charleston, SC on Friday 3/11. We will also be giving away a free VNXe to a lucky attendee’s organization.
More on the EMC announcement - http://www.emc.com/about/news/press/2011/20110308-02.htm
Registration for the eGroup Roadshow:
Columbia – http://egroupeventcolumbia.eventbrite.com/
Charleston – http://egroupeventcharleston.eventbrite.com/
So the other day I was working on a VM and I needed to add an additional HD to it. This is easy enough, after I added this I went into Disk Management in Windows 2008 and formatted it. Then, for some reason, I selected “Mark Partition as active”; a warning message popped up which I ignored and moved on. Everything was working great. I setup the HD for the application I was working on, everything was right with the world… until I rebooted the VM. Read more >>
Cisco’s Unified Computing Systems (UCS) has acquired the reputation of leading the next-generation of data center platforms by merging together the IT needs of computing, networking, storage access and virtualization into one unified system.
Now until April 30, 2011, Cisco has announced (9) extensively discounted UCS B-Series Blade Server and C-Series Rack-Mount Server Bundles that are fully configured and ready to be implemented in any data center. This is a great opportunity for any company to experience the next-generation of data center platforms with Cisco’s UCS at an exceptionally low entry point.
UCS B-Series Smart Play Promo Summary
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