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IPExpress Configuration Templates

The following telnet templates provide for an edit and paste configuration of the Engage IPExpress line of WAN Routers.

T1/fracT1 over PPP to an ISP

T1/fracT1 over FRAME RELAY to an ISP

56Kbps over PPP Leased (Dedicated) line to an ISP

56Kbps over FRAME RELAY to an ISP

 


! Engage Router Config Example - T1/fracT1 over FRAME RELAY to an ISP
! -------------------------------------------------------------------
!
! This listing shows a sample configuration for an ExpressRouter connection
! to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) over Frame Relay.
!
! A listing of this sort is obtained by entering SHOW CONFIG ALL when
! connected to the Engage Router via Telnet. This listing may be edited,
! then 'pasted', comments and all, from within a telnet session to configure
! a new router.
!
! To Paste the edited listing, open a Telnet session to the router. Enter the
! configuration mode by typing CONFIG. Paste in the text from the file.
! At the conclusion, type in SAVE to save settings and restart the router.
!
! The hardware in this example is the ExpressRouter with internal T1
! DSU/CSU running fracT1 at 384 Kbps. Full T1 configuration is
! discussed in the comments.
!
! The TCP/IP configuration in this example has the following addressing:
! ISP assigns User a full Class C for LAN: 205.1.1.0/255.255.255.0
! ISP assigns User serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.18/255.255.255.248
! ISP has as its serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.17/255.255.255.248
! User has PVC to ISP w/ a DLCI: 17
!
! This file is best viewed in courier or other fixed-width font.
! The characters "!" and "#" indicate comments
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! One other related topic - Telnet can be used to assign an IP address to an
! "unknown" router - one in which IP is not enabled or has an unknown IP address.
! The user should power up the router and immediately attempt a Telnet connection
! to the desired IP address. If the Telnet session returns a connection failure,
! the user should retry immediately - without restarting the router. Repeat these
! retries for a total of two minutes.
!
! When the sequence is successful, the user will be asked to confirm that the
! router should adopt the new IP address. If the response is yes, the router
! adopts the new address permanently and restarts. If the response is no, the
! router ends the Telnet session and reverts to the previously configured IP
! address. If there was no IP address configured, IP will become unavailable.
! Once the address assignment is complete, the user will need to assign further
! IP parameters including the subnet mask.
!
! If the method does not work the first time, the router should be restarted to
! initiate the procedure again, as some of the timing constraints may not have
! been met. This IP assignment method relies on the Telnet workstation generating
! ARP requests to the desired IP address. It may be helpful to restart the
! workstation to clear its ARP cache.
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! The following items are informational only
Router Name "Acme ExpressRouter"
Router Contact "James Acme"
Router Location "Phone Closet"

! Specify the default router, here the ISP serial port IP addr
IP Default-router 10.223.10.17
IP Cost 1

! Here one static route is included to the default router. Access to default
! router is through this router's serial port 1, w/ 17 as DLCI to the ISP
#Static Routes: Network Next Hop Cost Interface DLCI
IP Route 10.223.10.16/29 10.223.10.17 1 S1 17

! Router's ethernet parameters, incl. IP address:

Interface E1

IP Address 205.1.1.1/24
IP RIP Off

! Router Serial port parameters:

Interface S1
Type T1
Protocol Frame-Relay
Poll-CD Off
Wait-CD Off
DTR On
Timeout 0

T1 Data Normal
T1 Clocking Network
T1 LBO CSU 0dB
T1 Framing ESF
T1 Coding B8ZS
T1 Speed 64K
T1 Spacing Contiguous
# START CHANNEL NUMBER OF CHANNELS
T1 Channels Fractional 1 6

! If using full T1, that command reads:
! T1 Channels Full

Frame-Relay Management LMI
Frame-Relay N391 6
Frame-Relay T391 10

IP Address 10.223.10.18/29
IP RIP Off


! Engage Router Config Example - 56Kbps over FRAME RELAY to an ISP
! ----------------------------------------------------------------
!
! This listing shows a sample configuration for an ExpressRouter connection
! to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) over Frame Relay.
!
! A listing of this sort is obtained by entering SHOW CONFIG ALL when
! connected to the Engage Router via Telnet. This listing may be edited,
! then 'pasted', comments and all, from within a telnet session to configure
! a new router.
!
! To Paste the edited listing, open a Telnet session to the router. Enter the
! configuration mode by typing CONFIG. Paste in the text from the file.
! At the conclusion, type in SAVE to save settings and restart the router.
!
! The hardware in this example is the ExpressRouter w/ internal 56Kbps DSU/CSU
!
! The TCP/IP configuration in this example has the following addressing:
! ISP assigns User a full Class C for LAN: 205.1.1.0/255.255.255.0
! ISP assigns User serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.18/255.255.255.248
! ISP has as its serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.17/255.255.255.248
! User has PVC to ISP w/ a DLCI: 17
!
! This file is best viewed in courier or other fixed-width font.
! The characters "!" and "#" indicate comments
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! One other related topic - Telnet can be used to assign an IP address to an
! "unknown" router - one in which IP is not enabled or has an unknown IP address.
! The user should power up the router and immediately attempt a Telnet connection
! to the desired IP address. If the Telnet session returns a connection failure,
! the user should retry immediately - without restarting the router. Repeat these
! retries for a total of two minutes.
!
! When the sequence is successful, the user will be asked to confirm that the
! router should adopt the new IP address. If the response is yes, the router
! adopts the new address permanently and restarts. If the response is no, the
! router ends the Telnet session and reverts to the previously configured IP
! address. If there was no IP address configured, IP will become unavailable.
! Once the address assignment is complete, the user will need to assign further
! IP parameters including the subnet mask.
!
! If the method does not work the first time, the router should be restarted to
! initiate the procedure again, as some of the timing constraints may not have
! been met. This IP assignment method relies on the Telnet workstation generating
! ARP requests to the desired IP address. It may be helpful to restart the
! workstation to clear its ARP cache.
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! The following items are informational only
Router Name "Acme ExpressRouter"
Router Contact "James Acme"
Router Location "Phone Closet"

! Specify the default router, here the ISP serial port IP addr
IP Default-router 10.223.10.17
IP Cost 1

! Here one static route is included to the default router. Access to default
! router is through this router's serial port 1, w/ 17 as DLCI to the ISP
#Static Routes: Network Next Hop Cost Interface DLCI
IP Route 10.223.10.16/29 10.223.10.17 1 S1 17

! Router's ethernet parameters, incl. IP address:

Interface E1

IP Address 205.1.1.1/24
IP RIP Off

! Router Serial port parameters:

Interface S1
Type 56K
Protocol Frame-Relay
Poll-CD On
Wait-CD On
DTR On
Timeout 0

Frame-Relay Management LMI
Frame-Relay N391 6
Frame-Relay T391 10

IP Address 10.223.10.18/29
IP RIP Off


 

!Engage Router Config Example
- 56Kbps over PPP Leased (Dedicated) line to an ISP

! ----------------------------------------------------------------
!
! This listing shows a sample configuration for an ExpressRouter connection
! to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) over a Leased or Dedicated Connection.
!
! A listing of this sort is obtained by entering SHOW CONFIG ALL when
! connected to the Engage Router via Telnet. This listing may be edited,
! then 'pasted', comments and all, from within a telnet session to configure
! a new router.
!
! To Paste the edited listing, open a Telnet session to the router. Enter the
! configuration mode by typing CONFIG. Paste in the text from the file.
! At the conclusion, type in SAVE to save settings and restart the router.
!
! The hardware in this example is the ExpressRouter w/ internal 56Kbps DSU/CSU
!
! The TCP/IP configuration in this example has the following addressing:
! ISP assigns User a full Class C for LAN: 205.1.1.0/255.255.255.0
! ISP assigns User serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.18/255.255.255.248
! ISP has as its serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.17/255.255.255.248
!
! If connecting Engage to Engage, you can select the ENGAGE WAN protocol.
! To communicate with any other vendor's router, select PPP as WAN protocol
! Serial port numbering is not required w/ Engage routers (can run un-numbered).
!
! This file is best viewed in courier or other fixed-width font.
! The characters "!" and "#" indicate comments
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! One other related topic - Telnet can be used to assign an IP address to an
! "unknown" router - one in which IP is not enabled or has an unknown IP address.
! The user should power up the router and immediately attempt a Telnet connection
! to the desired IP address. If the Telnet session returns a connection failure,
! the user should retry immediately - without restarting the router. Repeat these
! retries for a total of two minutes.
!
! When the sequence is successful, the user will be asked to confirm that the
! router should adopt the new IP address. If the response is yes, the router
! adopts the new address permanently and restarts. If the response is no, the
! router ends the Telnet session and reverts to the previously configured IP
! address. If there was no IP address configured, IP will become unavailable.
! Once the address assignment is complete, the user will need to assign further
! IP parameters including the subnet mask.
!
! If the method does not work the first time, the router should be restarted to
! initiate the procedure again, as some of the timing constraints may not have
! been met. This IP assignment method relies on the Telnet workstation generating
! ARP requests to the desired IP address. It may be helpful to restart the
! workstation to clear its ARP cache.
!
! *************************************************************************
!
! The following items are informational only
Router Name "Acme ExpressRouter"
Router Contact "James Acme"
Router Location "Phone Closet"

! Specify the default router, here the ISP serial port IP addr

IP Default-router 10.223.10.17
IP Cost 1

! Here one static route is included to the default router. Access to default
! router is through this router's serial port 1, w/ 17 as DLCI to the ISP

#Static Routes: Network Next Hop Cost Interface DLCI
IP Route 10.223.10.16/29 10.223.10.17 1 S1 17

! Router's ethernet parameters, incl. IP address:

Interface E1
IP Address 205.1.1.1/24
IP RIP Off

! Router Serial port parameters:

Interface S1
Type 56K
Protocol PPP

!If it's an Engage-Engage connection, you could use ENGAGE protocol Poll-CD On
Wait-CD On
DTR On
Timeout 0

IP Address 10.223.10.18/29
IP RIP Off


! Engage Router Config Example - T1/fracT1 over PPP to an ISP
! -------------------------------------------------------------------
!
! This listing shows a sample configuration for an ExpressRouter connection
! to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) over a leased line using PPP.
!
! A listing of this sort is obtained by entering SHOW CONFIG ALL when
! connected to the Engage Router via Telnet. This listing may be edited,
! then 'pasted', comments and all, from within a telnet session to configure

! a new router.

!

! To Paste the edited listing, open a Telnet session to the router. Enter the

! configuration mode by typing CONFIG. Paste in the text from the file.

! At the conclusion, type in SAVE to save settings and restart the router.

!

! The hardware in this example is the ExpressRouter with internal T1

! DSU/CSU running fracT1 at 384 Kbps. Full T1 configuration is

! discussed in the comments.

!

! The TCP/IP configuration in this example has the following addressing:

! ISP assigns User a full Class C for LAN: 205.1.1.0/255.255.255.0

! ISP assigns User serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.18/255.255.255.248

! ISP has as its serial port IP addr: 10.223.10.17/255.255.255.248

!

! This file is best viewed in courier or other fixed-width font.

! The characters "!" and "#" indicate comments

!

! *************************************************************************

!

! One other related topic - Telnet can be used to assign an IP address to an

! "unknown" router - one in which IP is not enabled or has an unknown IP address.

! The user should power up the router and immediately attempt a Telnet connection

! to the desired IP address. If the Telnet session returns a connection failure,

! the user should retry immediately - without restarting the router. Repeat these

! retries for a total of two minutes.

!

! When the sequence is successful, the user will be asked to confirm that the

! router should adopt the new IP address. If the response is yes, the router

! adopts the new address permanently and restarts. If the response is no, the

! router ends the Telnet session and reverts to the previously configured IP

! address. If there was no IP address configured, IP will become unavailable.

! Once the address assignment is complete, the user will need to assign further

! IP parameters including the subnet mask.

!

! If the method does not work the first time, the router should be restarted to

! initiate the procedure again, as some of the timing constraints may not have

! been met. This IP assignment method relies on the Telnet workstation generating

! ARP requests to the desired IP address. It may be helpful to restart the

! workstation to clear its ARP cache.

!

! *************************************************************************

!

! The following items are informational only

Router Name "Acme ExpressRouter"

Router Contact "James Acme"

Router Location "Phone Closet"

 

! Specify the default router, here the ISP serial port IP addr

IP Default-router 10.223.10.17

IP Cost 1

 

! Here one static route is included to the default router. Access to default

! router is through this router's serial port 1. DLCI is left blank.

#Static Routes: Network Next Hop Cost Interface DLCI

IP Route 10.223.10.16/29 10.223.10.17 1 S1

 

! Router's ethernet parameters, incl. IP address:

 

Interface E1

 

IP Address 205.1.1.1/24

IP RIP Off

 

! Router Serial port parameters:

 

Interface S1

Type T1

Protocol PPP

Poll-CD Off

Wait-CD Off

DTR On

Timeout 0

 

T1 Data Normal

T1 Clocking Network

T1 LBO CSU 0dB

T1 Framing ESF

T1 Coding B8ZS

T1 Speed 64K

T1 Spacing Contiguous

# START CHANNEL NUMBER OF CHANNELS

T1 Channels Fractional 1 6

 

! If using full T1, that command reads:

! T1 Channels Full

 

IP Address 10.223.10.18/29

IP RIP Off