Super easy out-of-band access to all your lab devices!
Automate the checking of your configurations with a script that will scrub txt files. Useful for those sites that may not have a management system.
Generates a .doc of commands to paste into devices. pulls IP and hostname from csv and structures the commands in a way you can copy/pasta.
Quick and dirty – FOR LAB USE ONLY (GNS3 or EVE-NG)
Used for testing on: csr1000v-universalk9-15.4-3S
Microsoft Windows has a feature that detects IP conflicts. A Cisco switch can effectively turn that feature into a DoS attack on your DHCP server. That’s pretty neat.
Here’s a solid baseconfig.txt to have your devices start with.
Most explanations I’ve found are spotty. Here it is all summed up.
Start to Finish Setup of Cisco ACS (version 5.5 was used). Including n00b-status group and MAC Auth Bypass (MAB). Active Directory look-up will be added later. 😉
Requires “commands.txt” and “hosts.txt”
Here is a script for converting music for upload into Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager). Of course this can be used for other call processing systems, though the ideal codec/bitrate may vary. CUCM does some internal conversion of the file, but many people experience pops/crackles and poor quality overall. This may be due to trying to upload a file that is too high of quality.