By georgesingh77 ·
Hi Everyone.

Just a quick question, I have just started work at a new company and i have been given no information what so ever, what is the best way to find out about the WAN i need to know what connects to where IP addresses Circuit ID's Router information


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by LarryD4 In reply to WAN INFORMATION???

You were hired to work on the WAN and no one gave you any info??

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by cmiller5400 In reply to WAN INFORMATION???

Sniff, Sniff.... I smell something funny...

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I could see it happening

by jdclyde In reply to Hmmmm....

I know my boss has no idea of any of that information. If I were to leave for any reason, that information would have to be looked up or re-created.

I have my notes, but after just finishing an update, the documentation has to be updated yet.

If he is legit, the information I gave him will have him up and going in less than a half hour.

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by georgesingh77 In reply to I could see it happening

1 am currently involved in a office move, but stongly beleave we have cuircuits not in use and i am trying to determin what circuits are live and need to be moved over and what circuits can be cut off by the service provided.


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I inherited a LAN

by Dumphrey In reply to I could see it happening

with zero documentaion, and had no info for WAN/ISP contacts. Took me 2 days of phone calls to get a contact.

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You will have to call your provider

by jdclyde In reply to WAN INFORMATION???

they are the only way to get the ID's for the circuits. They will also be able to provide you with line speeds.

Any other information would be in your router, which we have no way to look at for you.

Log in and look at the routing table, < sh ip route > and you will have the rest of your information.

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