Mercurial for Tracking Cisco Configs

As I have been working with different routers I have squired a small repository of configuration files that I use for examples, backups, and ways of remembering the way the network was set up before a change. At the start I maintained each config as a separate file, usually containing the date (i.e. router1-071012.cfg). While that worked for a while it got cumbersome when I wanted to track more than one legacy version of a config file. Continue reading “Mercurial for Tracking Cisco Configs”

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AS Numbers reserved for documentation and private use

Preparing for putting together some posts on BGP I looked up to see if there were documentation AS numbers reserverd for documentation, just like the ip addresses in one of my previous posts┬áthe following AS Numbers are reserved. Continue reading “AS Numbers reserved for documentation and private use”

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