Troubleshooting of LAN/WAN Circuits

By amboshoa ·
I have WAN/LAN circuits.

They are all Cisco. The core router (usually 7200 series, 7206) is interfacing with the carrier's WAN cloud (T1, T3, DS-3, OC-3, etc) and connected to core switch (Cat 6500 series, 6509) from the other side. In some cases, the distribution layer switch is Cat 4506 or 3550 with VLAN implementations. The access switches are usually Cat 3550.

Once I telnet to core switch and logged in (which is preferred), how do I get to port(s) on the access switch(es) and shut down or unshut ports to certain hosts?

What are the Cisco commands/steps I have to use to get to the ports?

Your help is appreciated.


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by CG IT In reply to Troubleshooting of LAN/WA ...

I'm gonna be blunt. If you don't know how to navigate or use Ciscoworks configuration software, you shouldn't be in there mucking with it.

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by r0bert.barajas In reply to Troubleshooting of LAN/WA ...

1.) en,sh mac address-table, Find port, and identify with node
2.) cont f, go to interface
3.) turn off

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by lustylipstick In reply to Troubleshooting of LAN/WA ...

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