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matthew.balthrop
Hello there, i am having an issue that i hope someone here might have an answer for. My current setup is a WRT54G wireless router, running off a port to a hub that then repeates to two PC's. I have been wanting to learn the CLI of this router, and i have tried using HyperTerminal, Putty, and the Windows Command Line to telnet/ssh into the router and i get errors stating i cannot connect. I have been thus far unable to locate any documentation online stating the particular routers compatability with CLI, any help here would be very appreciated. Wanting to dig into some command line interface.

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    Consumer level without telnet capabilities. The average joe or jane consumer isn't going to do CLI on their routers so it's not built in.

    Management is by http GUI.

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    matthew.balthrop

    Well, that is disapointing. Anyone have a recommedation for a router that is CLI compatible? As well as a setup that would give me the opprotunity to utilize learned administration skills? Current setup is Router to Hub, Hub to two PC's, along with two gaming consoles hard wired to the router and one laptop running wireless. Again, i appreciate your time with this.

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    has wireless capabilities and use both IOS and GUI.

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    matthew.balthrop

    Thank you for the reply, i have been looking at the Cisco 890 Router, not sure about the price but i will look at picking one up. I appreciate your help with this.

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    CG IT

    there are a a couple of models in different price ranges. The 850 series is pretty good. the 870 series is also good.

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    matthew.balthrop

    Yeah i contacted Cisco, and they are having a reseller contact me about their 850, 871, and one other model Routers. Was looking at the 890 Model, but that one runs for around $1200 and thats a little steep for studying for the CCNA right now.

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    CG IT

    Consumer level without telnet capabilities. The average joe or jane consumer isn't going to do CLI on their routers so it's not built in.

    Management is by http GUI.

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    Hmm

    matthew.balthrop

    Well, that is disapointing. Anyone have a recommedation for a router that is CLI compatible? As well as a setup that would give me the opprotunity to utilize learned administration skills? Current setup is Router to Hub, Hub to two PC's, along with two gaming consoles hard wired to the router and one laptop running wireless. Again, i appreciate your time with this.

    -alias

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    CG IT

    has wireless capabilities and use both IOS and GUI.

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    matthew.balthrop

    Thank you for the reply, i have been looking at the Cisco 890 Router, not sure about the price but i will look at picking one up. I appreciate your help with this.

    -alias

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    CG IT

    there are a a couple of models in different price ranges. The 850 series is pretty good. the 870 series is also good.

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    matthew.balthrop

    Yeah i contacted Cisco, and they are having a reseller contact me about their 850, 871, and one other model Routers. Was looking at the 890 Model, but that one runs for around $1200 and thats a little steep for studying for the CCNA right now.