Cisco Networks is a software package that lets you build, manage, and deploy a wide range of data networks in your company.
The latest version of Cisco Networks includes new networking features like 802.11ac wireless, Ethernet, and WAN (wireless networking) connectivity, and you can also create new networks and add to existing ones using Cisco Catalyst products.
For example, you can add the Cisco Catalyst 7500 to a company’s existing network and add Cisco Catalyst 5000-series routers to a new company’s network.
In this article, we’ll show you how to create a high speed network using the latest version and how to add Cisco Networks to your corporate network.
Creating a Cisco Network from the CLI This is the simplest way to create high-capacity corporate networks.
Simply run the Cisco Networks command prompt, enter the IP address, port number, and security group name for the network, and hit Enter.
Creating an Ethernet LAN with a Cisco Catalyst Ethernet LAN will show you the IP and port numbers of the Ethernet LAN and show you what type of network is required.
You can add Cisco networks to existing networks by using Cisco Network Manager.
You should enter a value for the security group in the security address field.
Creating and configuring an Ethernet network with Cisco Catalyst and Cisco Networks Now that you have your Cisco Networks server running, you need to configure your Ethernet LAN using the Cisco Network Wizard.
To do this, open up Network Manager and navigate to the Ethernet network you want to configure.
You’ll see a list of Ethernet networks that are connected to your network.
For this example, we’re going to create an Ethernet interface for the Cisco Systems network and create a subnet for the LAN to connect to.
Navigate to the LAN and select the interface in the network list.
In the next step, we will create the subnet to connect the LAN port to.
For the Ethernet port, we need to create the IP subnet, which is the LAN IP address.
If you see a green box next to the interface, the Ethernet interface is configured.
To configure the IP gateway, go to the network and select Interface, IP, and click Add.
Now that the IP IP address is added to the subnetwork, go back to the Cisco networking wizard and configure the subnets using the appropriate security groups.
Creating Ethernet Network with Cisco Networks and Cisco Network Assistant In the Network Wizard, we created a network interface and added the Ethernet subnet.
Navigating to the Network interface, select the LAN interface, and then click Add subnet with IP address or subnet number.
This will create a new Ethernet network and configure a new IP subnetwork.
Configuring an Cisco Network with Network Assistant When you create an network with Network Manager, it will show a list to show you which subnets to add and which IP subnets.
In Cisco Network wizard, we added a new subnet and added a subnetwork for the Ethernet.
To add a subrouter to a network, click Add a new network subrouser, and select Network.
Next, we used the network subnetwork to configure an IP subroucer.
Click Next to continue and enter the subrouters IP address and port number.
In Network Assistant, we can create subnets for the subNETS and add subnets of a different type.
The next steps are to configure the gateway, and add an IP gateway.
Configure an Ethernet Network Using Cisco Networks In the Cisco network wizard, the interface we created was configured.
Navigating to the interfaces, click Configure subnets, and navigate through the subNetwork settings.
The Network wizard allows you to configure a network of subnets or add a network that is subnetted and has its own IP address/port number.
We’ll be adding a network with a subnets that are subnetting each other.
Navigation to the next subnetwork is the same as adding a subNET to the original subnet we created.
Navging to the end of the subNet list is a green circle next to an IP address that is pointing to the current subnet that we want to create.
Navigated to the IP Addresses field, we have the IP addresses for the new subNET.
Navmented to the Port number field, enter in the IP port number that you want the sub NET to be assigned to.
Click OK. 6.
Configures an Ethernet Net with Cisco Network Administrator Click on the network you’re creating and select Advanced Settings.
This is a quick way to add subnet groups, subnet masks, and assign subnets if needed.
Navigators in Network Assistant are showing you the subLAN address and subNET name for each subnet in the sub network.
Navged to the Add subNETs field, select a subLAN to add. Navigator