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  1. The Hour Man
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    #51
    I have done that remember.
    Also, don't forget that my other two 2620 have the same problem.

    Let me try a s0/0 on R1
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    Is it possible the NM-4A/S could be faulty?
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    After the swapped, still down.

    I am hoping it is not. I don't have any money to replace that; however, I am starting to believe it is.

    The thing is why all the commands work on NM-4A/S, but just no connection.
    like the show commands see the NM-4A/S, it can even detect what kind of cable I plug there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    After the swapped, still down.

    I am hoping it is not. I don't have any money to replace that; however, I am starting to believe it is.

    The thing is why all the commands work on NM-4A/S, but just no connection.
    like the show commands see the NM-4A/S, it can even detect what kind of cable I plug there.

    Right, good questions, and let's hope that it's not a faulty module.

    I've never experienced a faulty module before so I don't know what the behavior would be....

    My guess is if it were faulty, it wouldn't even let you get this far, but that's just a guess....


    The only thing I can think of is that we try PPP, and if that fails, then we would need someone else to come in and take a look at your configs...

    Another set of eyes...

    So are you up for PPP?
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    Here is the show diag. I don't know if this going to help.
    Slot 1:
    Sync/Async Port adapter, 4 ports
    Port adapter is analyzed
    Port adapter insertion time unknown
    EEPROM contents at hardware discovery:
    Hardware revision 1.0 Board revision C0
    Serial number 28893554 Part number 800-01224-03
    FRU Part Number: NM-4A/S=

    Test history 0x0 RMA number 00-00-00
    EEPROM format version 1
    EEPROM contents (hex):
    0x20: 01 24 01 00 01 B8 E1 72 50 04 C8 03 00 00 00 00
    0x30: 60 00 00 00 02 08 08 17 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
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    #56
    Yea, lets do ppp
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    Yea, lets do ppp

    Ok so for this it's pretty easy too.... let's go back to making the R4 the clock source.

    You'll need to create username accounts on both routers. The username will be the hostnames of each router, it needs to be typed exactly as the name of the hostname, and make the password for both cisco.


    Ex:

    username R1 password cisco <--this goes on R4

    username R4 password cisco <-- this goes on R1


    Then in serial int mode:

    encapsulation ppp
    ppp authentication chap
    clock rate 64000


    The R1 router I don't beleive really needs to be changed other than adding the username of the R4 router....
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    I just reconfigured my lab for PPP just now, works on my end....
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    I executed the commands but no luck. I also tried to add the encapsulation ppp on R1, but still no luck either.
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    #60
    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    I executed the commands but no luck. I also tried to add the encapsulation ppp on R1, but still no luck either.

    Wait are you saying it won't take the command?
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    No, it took the command, but the line protocol is still down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    No, it took the command, but the line protocol is still down.

    Ok on the R4, I want you to issue the debug command, let's see what's happening...


    debug ppp authentication


    You have to issue this in regular priv. mode, not global config mode...

    Then go into your serial interface issue shut(wait 10 seconds), then no shut(wait 10 seconds), and watch the messages...
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    Here's what you should see.....


    Se0 PPP: Treating connection as a dedicated line
    Se0 PPP: Phase is AUTHENTICATING, by the peer
    Se0 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 1 len 19 from "RouterLan2"
    Se0 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 1 len 29 from "RTR-2507"
    Se0 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 1 len 4
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    #64
    Give me a few minutes because I just erased the nvram on R1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notgoing2fail View Post
    Here's what you should see.....


    Se0 PPP: Treating connection as a dedicated line
    Se0 PPP: Phase is AUTHENTICATING, by the peer
    Se0 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 1 len 19 from "RouterLan2"
    Se0 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 1 len 29 from "RTR-2507"
    Se0 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 1 len 4
    Here's the output after I issued the no shutdown command.
    Se1/1 PPP: Using default call direction
    Se1/1 PPP: Treating connection as a dedicated line
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    Here's the output after I issued the no shutdown command.
    Se1/1 PPP: Using default call direction
    Se1/1 PPP: Treating connection as a dedicated line
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required
    Se1/1 PPP: Authorization required

    Ok did you set up each side properly with username accounts?
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    Yes,
    username R4 password cisco <-- R1
    username R1 password cisco <-- R4
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    Yes,
    username R4 password cisco <-- R1
    username R1 password cisco <-- R4

    NO!!! You're suppose to swap out the hostnames with your actual hostname.

    So it should be:

    username FRAMERELAY password cisco

    username R1 password cisco


    Double check but that should be right.
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    I executed this command, username FRAMERELAY password cisco, on R1.
    I executed this command, username R1 password cisco, on R4.
    and vice versa
    I still getting the authorization required. Maybe the damn NM-4A/S is really faulty
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
    I executed this command, username FRAMERELAY password cisco, on R1.
    I executed this command, username R1 password cisco, on R4.
    and vice versa
    I still getting the authorization required. Maybe the damn NM-4A/S is really faulty

    Yeah that doesn't look good. I'm hoping someone else can chime in on this issue but sounds like we've tried everything possible.....
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    I'm gonna have to call it a night, sorry I couldn't help you out. I'll check this thread tomorrow and see if anyone has any thoughts.....
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    Thanks man, I am tired too.
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    #73
    Hey OP always take out the password info and any public ip addresses when you post your config.

    Also you say you want to setup frame-relay (I assume using R4 as the FR switch), to do that you need the command 'frame-relay switching' enabled on the router but I don't see the command anywhere, also on the interface level you need "frame-relay encapsulation".

    You definitely want to consult some documentation on how to setup a router to act as a FR switch.

    Cisco Frame Relay Configurations > Configuring a Cisco Router as a Frame Relay Switch
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    Did anyone ever do a show cdp neighbor. What's the output?

    The NM-4A/S should be clearly marked as as Serial 0, Serial 1, Serial 2, and Serial 3 -- so I'd guess that end of the cable is attached to the correct port. What's the other router and interface card -- and are you sure you're configuring the correct serial port on that router?

    Are these back-to-back cables with marked DCE/DTE ends?

    There probably is some sort of LEDs for the ports -- what do they show?

    This is real hardware -- right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehourman View Post
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    R1#show controllers s0/1
    Interface Serial0/1
    Hardware is PowerQUICC MPC860
    DTE V.35 clocks stopped.
    Sounds like a clocking issue, bad cable, cable not fully seated, bad port, or wrong port.
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