Breaking a Trace Route in Cisco Routers and Switches

This is a pretty useful piece of information that will make your network troubleshooting go quicker. I find it kind of hard to remember as it breaks with convention. You can’t use CTRL+Break, or any other normal ways to break a trace, ping or whatever in windows (CTRL+Z, CTRL+ESC, CTRL+C). How to Break a Trace […]

Adding ShoreTel Option 156 to Old Cisco Routers

Found this in my book of notes today. Thought I’d pass this along. There’s a lot of old Cisco Routers out there that configured as DHCP servers on small networks with ShoreTel phones on them. Here’s how to set them up to auto-configure your phones. I’m assuming the router’s DHCP pool has already been set up. […]