You will need
- - skills in server hardware.
To restart a Cisco router at the moment, enter into control menu the following command: Router#reload. In the case when you need to restart the equipment after a certain period of time, but they can't be at the computer, use the command Router#Reload in 5.
Use the buttons quick access to the main menu of the Cisco router. For example, Ctrl+A is responsible for moving the cursor to the beginning of the line Ctrl+E – in the end, pressing Up responsible for contacting the last command from history, Down – conversion to the next.
In order to erase the previous written you a word, press Ctrl+W to delete the whole line, use Ctrl+U. To exit the configuration mode press the Ctrl+C to exit the configuration application of the current command, use Ctrl+z to stop long-running processes, press Ctrl+Shift+6.
To view the status of RAM, use the command Router#Show proc mem. Similarly it can be seen the CPU – Router#Show proc cpu sort. To reset the interface enter Router(config)#default interface fa0/0.
If errors occur with the opening of the session ssh/telnet when the server asks to wait 30 seconds and reset does not help, use the command ip tcp synwait – time 5 configuration. After that you will be available the waiting time for 5 seconds.
If you want to see what items are available to debug, use the debug command entry, and then press the Tab key. To run commands before input type the word Do after that. For Cisco there are many different commands and settings, once you've mastered that, you will be able to work with the equipment as with a normal home computer.