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Unnecessary processes on your router

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In the latest Network Security newsletter, is Mike's 13-point list of things you may be able to turn off on your router on the money? Did he leave anything off the list? Share your thoughts with your peers.

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by Mike Mullins In reply to Unnecessary processes on ...

While there are definitely more than thirteen items that are on by default that are hazardous to security, these have been the most prevelant and easiest to change. Do you have a list of items that you change that's different. If you do post it hereand you might see it in a future article.

Good Luck
Mike Mullins

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Be careful with "no ip-classless"

by mark.burke In reply to Unnecessary processes on ...

Anyone considering using the "no ip-classless" command should research this a bit more before implementing this. Depending on the situation, your default route may not work as you expect with this in place.

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by amo In reply to Be careful with "no ip-cl ...

are you able to expand o this issue, as I opt to use no-ipclasses on my cisco routers and have yet to see any problems that cause me worry?

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