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Cisco® ISP Essentials by Philip Smith, Barry Raveendran Greene

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Appendix B. Cut-and-Paste Templates

The following are some cut-and-paste templates that you can modify to configure your routers. Make sure that you change any sample IP addresses or AS numbers used in the templates to match your own addressing! Do not use the addresses in the examples because they are invalid.

As described in the main text, it is considered good practice to set up a configuration template for each class of router running in the network. Use these templates, taken from running configurations in ISP backbones today, to construct your own templates suitable for your needs.

General System Template

Note the inclusion of Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) in this template (see Example B-1). CEF gives access to important features such as Unicast ...

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