Archive for May, 2018


Today I am here to discuss ssh configuration and ssh configuration options on routers in little more detail. using cisco packet tracer software here i will show you not only how to configure ssh over cisco router but also show you how to configure other ssh setting on router properly.Before we go ahead in this article i will love to brief you guys about the steps i will follow to do this lab.

Even you have Basic Knowledge of networking you can easily understand this lab and can configure ssh on any router with all other settings.

 

1.Configure Router Interface ,assign ip address and gateway ip on PC and Then Verify Communication using PING Command.

2. Configure hostname and domain name for router

3 Configure RSA key

4.Enable SSH v2

5.Configure other settings for SSH

6.Create user account for ssh and password with higher priviledge.

7.Configure VTY Line for SSH

7.Check ssh connection from remote pc.

8.Check ssh version and other settings

9.Check or see public key you created

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Today through this article i will try to show you how to configure load balancing or load sharing using static routing.I mean one can use static routing too for load-balancing.Here in this architecture we have total 3 routers R1 ,R1 and R3. When any traffic generated from R1 for R3 it can travel in two ways: In other ways you can simply say that when we want to send something from PC0 (1.0.0.2) to PC1 (5.0.0.2) our packets reach there in two ways. here in this lab there are two possible paths to travell from pc0 to pc1. The First one is R1R3 and the second one is R1R2R3.I am going to perform this lab with the help of cisco packet tracer here.So just start learning load balancing and load sharing using static route with the help of an example lab using cisco packet tracer.

so when we have two simultaneously path to send packets from source to destination that is known as load balancing.

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