This page by David Papkin shows useful network links
Shows config and lists different syslog levels
Network Management tools
Network Performance Monitor (NPM) Multi-vendor network monitoring that scales and expands with the needs of your network
Paessler Router Traffic Grapher (PRTG) Monitor all the systems, devices, traffic, and applications in your IT infrastructure.
ManageEngine OpManager Monitor routers, switches, firewalls, servers, and VMs for fault and performance
WhatsUp Gold provides complete visibility into the status and performance of applications, network devices and servers in the cloud or on-premises.
Cisco Network Assistant simplifies wired and wireless network management for networks up to 80 devices with its intuitive GUI and a task-based menu
RADIUS vs TACACS+
|Protocol and Port(s) Used||UDP: 1812 & 1813
-or- UDP: 1645 & 1646
|Encryption||Encrypts only the Password Field||Encrypts the entire payload|
- Cat 1: Wiring used in POTS telephone communications, ISDN and wiring for doorbells. Not recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat2: Was used on a 4 Mbit/s token ring networks. Not recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat3: Typically used on 10 Mbit/s Ethernet networks and can be used up to 16 MHz. Currently recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat4: Typically used on 16 Mbit/s token ring networks and can be used up to 20 MHz. Not recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat5: Typically used on 100 Mbit/s Ethernet networks and can be used up to 100 MHz; however, Cat5 is not suitable for 1000BASE-T gigabit Ethernet. Not recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat5e: Typically used on 100 Mbit/s Ethernet networks and gigabit Ethernet networks; can be used up to 100 MHz. Currently recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat6: Performs at more than double the MHz of Cat5 and Cat5e, going up to 250 MHz. Currently recognized by TIA/EIA
- Cat6a: Standard for future 10 Gbit/s applications.
- Cat7: Standard used to describe ISO/IEC 11801 Class F cabling. Cat7 is a protective shield covering 4 individually shielded pairs (STP) for transmission of frequencies of up to 600 MHz
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