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Cisco 700 Series Router
Configuration Guide
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   Summary of Contents for Cisco 700

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    Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration Guide Software Release 4.4. Corporate Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 526-4100 Text Part Number: OL-0184-01...

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    You can determine whether your equipment is causing interference by turning it off. If the interference stops, it was probably caused by the Cisco equipment or one of its peripheral devices. If the equipment causes interference to radio or television reception, try to correct the interference by using one or more of the following measures: •...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Conventions Chapter 1 Overview Supported Protocols Software Images Administrative Configuration Options Chapter 2 Using Profiles with Cisco 700 Series Routers Profile Overview Profiles and Connections System and Profile Parameters System Mode Parameter Set Profile Mode Parameter Set Permanent Profiles Creating and Modifying Profiles...

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    Setting SPIDs Manually (North America only) Bridging with a Cisco 700 Series Router Cisco 700 Series Router Bridging Instructions Routing IP with a Cisco 700 Series Router to an ISP Routing a Cisco 700 Series Router to an ISP Instructions 3-11...

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    Dynamic Routing Protocols 4-14 Bridging to a Router Running Cisco IOS Software 4-15 Chapter 5 Configuring DHCP Relay, DHCP Server, and PAT DHCP Description DHCP Server Application Notes DHCP Relay Application Notes PAT Description PAT Application Notes IPCP Description IPCP Address Negotiation Application Notes...

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    Configuring Remote CAPI CAPI and RVS-COM Supported D-Channel Protocols Supported Applications Remote CAPI Router Commands Configuring the Cisco 700 Router as an RCAPI Server RCAPI Command Summary Verify the Configuration Appendix A Token Card and Cisco Secure Authentication Support Token Caching...

  • Page 7: About This Manual

    Chapter 3, “Basic Configurations,” describes how to connect a Cisco 700 series router to an Internet service provider (ISP) or to a central site, such as your company network. • Chapter 4, “Using CHAP,” describes how to connect a Cisco 700 series router to a router running Cisco IOS software. •...

  • Page 8: Related Documentation

    Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide provides instructions for cabling the Cisco 700 series router. The document is available on the Cisco Documentation CD-ROM and the Cisco Web site in HTML format. A paper copy of the document is provided with your router.

  • Page 9: Conventions

    Conventions Conventions This publication uses the following conventions to convey instructions and information: • The caret character (^) represents the Control key. For example, the key combinations ^D and Ctrl-D are equivalent: Both mean hold down the Control key while you press the D key. Keys are indicated in capitals, but are not case sensitive.

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    Conventions The actual commands you enter are not case sensitive. The capitalization and bold type are used in this manual only to differentiate the characters required for the abbreviated forms of commands. For example, The syntax of the set system command is as follows: SEt SYstemname [systemname] The complete version of the set system command can be entered at the command prompt as follows:...

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Overview

    IP or Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX). The Cisco 700 series router is a fixed configuration router. The router operating system is called Cisco IOS-700 software and is unique to the Cisco 700 series router.

  • Page 12: Software Images

    ISDN Device Control Protocol (ISDN-DCP) Software Images The Cisco 700 Series routers run a proprietary Cisco software (Cisco IOS-700 software) image, which is different than traditional Cisco IOS software. The image you use varies, depending on the region in which the router is used and what feature set you desire. The image name, for example, c760-in.r-TPH.43-1.bin, designates the region and features.

  • Page 13: Administrative Configuration Options

    You can configure routers through the configuration port or across an IP network using Telnet. In addition, Cisco IOS-700 software supports Cisco 700 Fast Step software applications. These tools are on the Cisco 700 Fast Step CD-ROM in the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide.

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    Administrative Configuration Options Cisco700 Series Router Command Reference...

  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Using Profiles With Cisco 700 Series Routers

    For example, you can create a user-defined profile called 2500 that contains the parameters to be used when communicating with a Cisco 2500 series router over the WAN. You can customize your Cisco 700 series router to maintain up to 17 user-defined profiles. Profiles are saved in the Cisco 700 series router nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM).

  • Page 16: Profiles And Connections

    Standard. The Internal profile stores parameters used to communicate between the LAN and WAN ports on the Cisco 700 series router. The LAN profile stores parameters that configure the LAN port on the router. The Standard profile is the default profile. If authentication is not required and the destination device you are connecting to does not have a user-defined profile, the router uses the Standard profile.

  • Page 17: System Mode Parameter Set

    When you use the set user command to create a user-defined profile, the default parameters for the new profile are taken from system mode. Using Profiles with Cisco 700 Series Routers 2-3...

  • Page 18: Permanent Profiles

    Loopback Permanent Profiles Cisco 700 series routers contain three permanent profiles. Permanent profiles can be modified, but they cannot be deleted. The permanent profiles are as follows: Determines how data is passed from the router to the LAN. This profile is commonly used for connections made directly to the local network.

  • Page 19: Creating And Modifying Profiles

    Removing Profile-Based Values You can remove any parameter value within a profile with the unset command. The parameter you removed inherits its value from the system mode. Using Profiles with Cisco 700 Series Routers 2-5...

  • Page 20: Deleting Profiles

    Incoming Calls In the following example, the profile parameter number is removed from the profile by using the unset command: Host:Profile> unset number Deleting Profiles The reset user command deletes a user-defined profile from the router. The three permanent profiles (LAN, Internal, and Standard) cannot be deleted. This command also closes any connection associated with the profile.

  • Page 21: Outgoing Calls

    Outgoing calls require that the associated user-defined profiles be set to active, that the set auto command be on, and that a phone number to call be stored in the profile. If the profile is inactive, a number to dial is not available to the router. Using Profiles with Cisco 700 Series Routers 2-7...

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    Outgoing Calls Cisco700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 23: Chapter 3 Basic Configurations

    Internet service provider (ISP) or to a central site, such as your company network. It is assumed that your router is cabled as described in the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide. Before you proceed with the examples in this chapter, have the information regarding ordering the ISDN line and the connection information in the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide (shipped with your router package) available.

  • Page 24: Bridges And Routers

    LANs and WANs Cisco 700 series routers have a “LAN side” and a “WAN side.” The LAN side of the router is the Ethernet 10BaseT connection where your computer (or another short-range network device) is connected to the router. The WAN side is ISDN. The configuration commands can affect function on one or both sides of the router.

  • Page 25: Current Configuration

    Current Configuration You can display the current configuration at any time using the show configuration command. If you issued the command in system mode, system mode commands display. If you issue the command in profile mode, profile mode commands display. An asterisk (*) next to a value indicates the value has been modified from the default value.

  • Page 26: Remote And Central Sites

    Ringback Number Remote and Central Sites In the examples, the Cisco 700 series router you are configuring is referred to as the remote router. This is strictly for identification purposes and does not have anything to do with geography or the physical location of the router.

  • Page 27: Password And Secret

    The PAP password is plain text. The CHAP secret is encrypted. Additional Reference For more information on the commands, basics of networking, profiles and so forth, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Router Command Reference publication. The Cisco 700 Series Command Reference publication also contains advanced configuration examples. Starting Point This section shows how to set the router to default values and provide basic configuration information used in all configurations.

  • Page 28: Setting Spid Autodetection (north America Only)

    Manually enter spids and set autodetection off In this event, set autodetection off by using the set autodetection command and continue with the section “Setting SPIDs Manually (North America only)” to enter SPIDs manually. Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 29: Setting Spids Manually (north America Only)

    Setting SPIDs Manually (North America only) SPIDs can be detected automatically using the set autodetection command, or SPIDs can be entered manually, as described in this section. If the service provider switch type is 5ESS Custom PPP, you do not need to enter SPIDs; go to the next section.

  • Page 30: Bridging With A Cisco 700 Series Router

    Bridging with a Cisco 700 Series Router This section describes how to bridge a Cisco 700 series router over an ISDN line to another router. Bridging is used in cases where you do not need a lot of filtering to manage the network.

  • Page 31: Cisco 700 Series Router Bridging Instructions

    Routing IP with a Cisco 700 Series Router to an ISP This section describes how to configure a Cisco 700 series router to route to an ISP by using Internet Protocol (IP). Figure 3-2 illustrates the configuration used in this example. By default, PPP incoming authentication is on and outgoing authentication is off.

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    Your router uses the isp profile to initiate the call to the ISP router. When the Cisco 700 series router calls the ISP router, it sends the ISP the PPP host name, the CHAP secrets, and PAP passwords, depending upon what the other router requires to authenticate the call.

  • Page 33: Routing A Cisco 700 Series Router To An Isp Instructions

    Routing a Cisco 700 Series Router to an ISP Instructions Following is the command summary for configuring the remote Cisco 700 series router to connect to an ISP: set system 764 cd lan set ip address 172.16.17.9 set ip netmask 255.255.255.248...

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    ISDN number: 5550143/4 User profile name: central765 User profile name: remote765 In this example, the Cisco 765 router named remote765 is used to establish a connection through the ISDN service provider to the corporate network at a central site. 3-12...

  • Page 35: Central Site Ip Routing Command Summary

    Central Site IP Routing Command Summary Following is the command summary for configuring the remote Cisco 765 router for on-demand IP routing using PPP: set system remote765 set multidestination on cd LAN set ip address 172.16.17.9 set ip netmask 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 36: Routing Ip And Ipx On-demand

    Routing IP and IPX On-Demand Following is the command summary for configuring the central site Cisco 700 series router for on-demand IP routing with PPP: set system central766 set multidest on set ppp auth in chap set ppp secret host cd lan set ip address 172.15.1.100...

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    The remote Cisco 765 router is used to establish a connection through the ISDN service provider to the corporate network at a central site using PPP. The remote Cisco 765 router has three permanent profiles: LAN, Internal, and Standard. This example uses the LAN profile and a user-defined profile.

  • Page 38: On-demand Ip And Ipx Routing With Ppp Instructions

    Routing IP and IPX On-Demand On-Demand IP and IPX Routing with PPP Instructions Following is the command summary for configuring the remote Cisco 765 router for on-demand IP and IPX routing using PPP: set system remote765 set multidestination on set ppp password client...

  • Page 39: Central Site On-demand Ip And Ipx Routing With Ppp Commands

    Central Site On-Demand IP and IPX Routing with PPP Commands Following is the command summary for configuring the central site Cisco 700 series router router for on-demand IP and IPX routing using PPP: set system central765 set multidestination on set ppp auth in chap...

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    Routing IP and IPX On-Demand 3-18 Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 41: Chapter 4 Using Chap

    Cisco IOS software. In these examples, the remote router is a Cisco 765 series router, and the central site router is a Cisco 4500 series router. Any Cisco 700 series router can be used in place of the remote Cisco 765 series router. Any router running Cisco IOS software can replace the central site Cisco 4500 series router.

  • Page 42: Spid Detection (north America Only)

    SPID Detection (North America only) SPID Detection (North America only) In North America, SPIDs can be automatically detected or manually configured. For more information on SPID detection, see "Setting SPID Autodetection (North America only)" and "Setting SPIDs Manually (North America only)" in the "Basic Configurations" chapter. IP Static Routing and Callback with CHAP Authentication This section describes how to configure the routers for Internet Protocol (IP) static routing and callback with Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP).

  • Page 43: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Multilink PPP is enabled by default. If the Cisco 700 series router is dialing into a host that does not support multilink PPP or that does not have multilink PPP enabled, the Cisco 700 series router might report a misconfiguration. This is most commonly seen when the Cisco 700 series router is connected to equipment from Ascend.

  • Page 44: Ip Static Routing With Chap Authentication And Mlp

    IP Static Routing with CHAP Authentication and MLP IP Static Routing with CHAP Authentication and MLP This section describes how to configure the central site Cisco 4500 series router and the remote Cisco 765 series router for IP static routing with Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) and Multilink Protocol (MLP).

  • Page 45: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Following is the command summary to configure the remote Cisco 765 series router for IP static routing with CHAP and MLP: set switch 5ess set 1 dir directory_number set 2 dir directory_number...

  • Page 46: Ip Static Routing With Pap Authentication And Mlp

    IP Static Routing with PAP Authentication and MLP IP Static Routing with PAP Authentication and MLP This section describes how to configure the central site Cisco 4500 series router and the remote Cisco 765 series router for Internet Protocol (IP) static routing with Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) authentication.

  • Page 47: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Following is the command summary to configure the remote Cisco 765 series router for IP static routing with PAP authentication: set switch 5ess set 1 dir directory_number set 2 dir directory_number...

  • Page 48: Ip Unnumbered Static Routing And Chap With Mlp

    IP Unnumbered Static Routing and CHAP with MLP IP Unnumbered Static Routing and CHAP with MLP This section describes how to configure the central site Cisco 4500 series router and the remote Cisco 765 series router for Internet Protocol (IP) unnumbered routing with Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) authentication and Multilink Protocol (MLP).

  • Page 49: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Following is the command summary for configuring the remote Cisco 765 series router for IP unnumbered routing with CHAP authentication and MLP: set switch 5ess set system 765 set multidestination on...

  • Page 50: Ip Static And Ipx Static Routing With Chap And Mlp

    IP Static and IPX Static Routing with CHAP and MLP IP Static and IPX Static Routing with CHAP and MLP This section describes how to configure the central site Cisco 4500 series router and Cisco 765 series router for Internet Protocol (IP) static and Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) static routing with Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) using CHAP and MLP.

  • Page 51: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Following is the command summary to configure the remote Cisco 765 series router for IP static and IPX static routing with PPP using CHAP and MLP: set switch 5ess set 1 dir directory_number...

  • Page 52: Ipx Static Routing With Chap And Mlp

    IPX Static Routing with CHAP and MLP IPX Static Routing with CHAP and MLP This section describes how to configure the remote Cisco 765 series router and the central site Cisco 4500 series router for Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) static routing with Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP).

  • Page 53: Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary

    Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Remote Cisco 765 Command Summary Following is the command summary for configuring the remote Cisco 765 series router for IPX static routing with PPP: set switch 5ess set 1 dir directory_number set 2 dir directory_number...

  • Page 54: Multilink Ppp Encapsulation

    Cisco IOS software. You can disable multilink PPP in the following two environments: • You are connecting your Cisco 700 series router to a router running a Cisco IOS release prior to 11.0(3). • You are connecting your Cisco 700 series router to a router running Cisco IOS Release 11.0(3) or later, and you have not configured multilink PPP on that router running Cisco...

  • Page 55: Bridging To A Router Running Cisco Ios Software

    Bridging to a Router Running Cisco IOS Software Bridging to a Router Running Cisco IOS Software It is possible to bridge data over ISDN to and from Cisco ISDN routers. Depending on your network environment, this might be an ideal solution. Bridging offers configuration simplicity with few concerns regarding network address space limitations and unroutable protocols.

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    Bridging to a Router Running Cisco IOS Software 4-16 Cisco700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 57: Chapter 5 Configuring Dhcp Relay, Dhcp Server, And Pat

    Configuring DHCP Relay, DHCP Server, and PAT Cisco 700 series routers can perform the role of the relay agent, relaying IP configuration information request packets from the LAN interface, over the ISDN interface, to a specified Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. Cisco 700 series routers provide DHCP relay, DHCP server, Port Address Translation (PAT), and Internet Protocol Control Protocol (IPCP).

  • Page 58: Dhcp Description

    When DHCP server is initialized, default addresses are used if no LAN or internal address exists. The Cisco 700 series router picks up the DHCP client’s default gateway, netmask, and starting DHCP addresses by using the LAN IP address, if one exists. If a LAN address does not exist, the router uses the internal IP address.

  • Page 59: Dhcp Relay Application Notes

    PAT Description Cisco 700 series routers provide PAT, enabling local hosts on a private IP network to communicate externally. Packets destined for an external address have their private IP address plus port number translated to the router’s external IP address before the IP packet is forwarded to the WAN.

  • Page 60: Ipcp Description

    IPCP Description IPCP Description If you are using IP routing, Cisco 700 series routers must be configured for IPCP to connect to routers running Cisco IOS software. Use the set ip framing command in profile mode to enable IPCP for user-defined WAN profiles by setting IP framing to none.

  • Page 61: Ppp Ipcp Negotiation Example

    PPP IPCP Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router for PPP IPCP negotiation to a central site router, such as a Cisco 4500 series router, that is running Cisco IOS software. Figure 5-1 is an illustration of the configuration used in this example.

  • Page 62: Verify The Configuration

    DHCP Relay with IPCP Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router for DHCP relay with IPCP negotiation to a central-site router running Cisco IOS software. Figure 5-2 is an illustration of the configuration used in this example.

  • Page 63: Verify The Configuration

    DHCP. DHCP Server with IPCP Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router as a DHCP server with IPCP negotiation to a central-site router running Cisco IOS software. Figure 5-3 is an illustration of the configuration used in this example.

  • Page 64: Cisco 765 Series Router Commands

    DHCP Server with IPCP Negotiation Example Cisco 765 Series Router Commands Following are the commands for configuring the remote Cisco 765 series router as a DHCP server with IPCP negotiation with a Cisco 4500 router: set switch NI-1 set 1 dir 5551211...

  • Page 65: Pat With Ipcp Single-destination Negotiation Example

    PAT with IPCP Single-Destination Negotiation Example PAT with IPCP Single-Destination Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router for PAT with IPCP single-destination negotiation to a central-site router running Cisco IOS software. Figure 5-4 is an illustration of the configuration used in this example.

  • Page 66: Cisco 765 Series Router Commands

    For detailed information regarding the commands listed here, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Router Command Reference. Verify the Configuration When a demand call is made, you can use the show ip config all and show ip route all commands to see the IPCP negotiation address.

  • Page 67: Dhcp Server And Pat With Ipcp Single-destination Negotiation Example

    DHCP Server and PAT with IPCP Single-Destination Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router for DHCP server with PAT and IPCP single-destination negotiation to a Cisco 4500 series router running Cisco IOS software at a central site.

  • Page 68: Cisco 765 Series Router Commands

    0.0.0.0 set ip pat on set active For detailed information regarding the commands listed here, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Router Command Reference. Verify the Configuration When a demand call is made, you can use the show ip config all and show ip route all commands to see the IPCP negotiation address.

  • Page 69: Dhcp Server With Pat And Ipcp Dual-destination Ppp Negotiation Example

    DHCP Server with PAT and IPCP Dual-Destination PPP Negotiation Example DHCP Server with PAT and IPCP Dual-Destination PPP Negotiation Example This section describes how to configure a remote Cisco 700 series router for DHCP server with PAT and IPCP dual-destination PPP negotiation to two routers running Cisco IOS software.

  • Page 70: Cisco 765 Series Router Commands

    DHCP Server with PAT and IPCP Dual-Destination PPP Negotiation Example Cisco 765 Series Router Commands Following are the commands for configuring the remote Cisco 765 series router as a DHCP server with PAT and IPCP multilink PPP to two routers running Cisco IOS software:...

  • Page 71: Verify The Configuration

    Verify the Configuration Verify the Configuration When a demand call is made, you can use the show ip configuration all command to see the IPCP negotiation address. You can use the show dhcp connections command to see the IP addresses returned by DHCP.

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    DHCP Server with PAT and IPCP Dual-Destination PPP Negotiation Example 5-16 Cisco700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 73: Chapter 6 Configuring Remote Capi

    Configuring Remote CAPI This chapter provides procedures for configuring Remote Common Application Programming Interface (CAPI) support on a Cisco 700 series router. CAPI is an application programming interface standard used to access ISDN equipment connected to Basic Rate Interfaces (BRIs) and Primary Rate Interfaces (PRIs). CAPI provides a standardized interface that allows application programs to use ISDN drivers and controllers.

  • Page 74: Capi And Rvs-com

    CAPI and RVS-COM CAPI and RVS-COM The Cisco 700 series router supports the ISDN Device Control Protocol (ISDN-DCP) from RVS-COM. ISDN-DCP allows a workstation on the LAN to use legacy dial computer telephony integration (CTI) applications. These applications include fax transmitting and receiving and placing and receiving phone calls.

  • Page 75: Supported D-channel Protocols

    Remote CAPI Router Commands The commands used in this chapter have been added to the router user interface to support CAPI. Note that CAPI runs on a remote network device, not the router; the Cisco 700 series router enables remote CAPI applications.

  • Page 76: Configuring The Cisco 700 Router As An Rcapi Server

    Configuring the Cisco 700 Router as an RCAPI Server This section describes how to configure the Cisco 700 series router to be an RCAPI server. By default, RCAPI is disabled in the router. Enabling RCAPI causes the router to become an RCAPI server.

  • Page 77: Verify The Configuration

    Verify the Configuration Verify the Configuration You can use the command show rcapi status to see the status of RCAPI server, the clients that are in the listening state, and the status of RCAPI calls: local-router> show rcapi status Rcapi Sever ON Rcapi Server Port 2578 Rcapi Number(s) 5554000 CLIENT...

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    Configuring the Cisco 700 Router as an RCAPI Server Cisco700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 79: Appendix A Token Card And Cisco Secure Authentication Support

    Authentication Support This appendix provides Token Card and Cisco Secure Authentication support concepts as they apply to the Cisco 700 series router. Cisco Secure Authentication Agent supports single-user mode, which extends B channel authentication to a Cisco Secure Authentication Agent client.

  • Page 80: Token Caching

    Token Caching Cisco 700 series routers do not do token caching. A token is cached at the client, and the client sends the router the cached token in response to the authentication request from a link that uses a multilink PPP bundle. With its built-in algorithm, the agent can also generate a new token, called a soft token, instead of prompting the user to enter a new hard token.

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    = N/A Figure A-3 CHAP Local Secret Client PPP PAP Packet username*token username*token MD5 (challenge, knock) Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration authorization protocol = CHAP use local secret = Yes secret = knock Token Card and Cisco Secure Authentication Support A-3...

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    Token Caching Cisco700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

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    IP static and callback with CHAP IP static with CHAP and MLP IP static with PAP IP unnumbered and CHAP with MLP CAPI RCAPI caution description routing a Cisco 700 series router cd command routing IP and IPX on-demand 3-14 Index 1...

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    IP and IPX on-demand 3-14 document conventions DHCP documentation viii network addresses documentation CD-ROM viii relaying configuration information Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol unnumbered IP address See DHCP IPCP interoperability supported protocol Index 2 Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

  • Page 85

    Novell IPX 4-15 NVRAM Ethernet 10BaseT connection profile operating system (router) 3-11 overview of Cisco 700 series routers line configuration Link Control Protocol See LCP configuration example IP static routing MAC address table with a router running Cisco IOS software...

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    4-14 set ppp multilink command 4-14 set profile user command set switch command set user command show commands, defined release notes for Cisco IOS 700 software viii show configuration command Remote CAPI Index 4 Cisco 700 Series Router Configuration Guide...

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    Simple Network Management Protocol Triggered RIP See SNMP commands Trivial File Transfer Protocol SNMP, supported protocol See TFTP software image software, Cisco IOS-700 SPIDs autodetection definintion unnumbered IP address troubleshooting unroutable protocols 4-15 supported protocols...

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