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  1. I did a rollback of the latest java and installed the recommended one, I just noticed that thru ie I'm receiving the following errors: Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/4.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0) Timestamp: Sun, 2 Jun 2013 01:44:23 UTC Message: Expected ';' Line: 1664 Char: 4 Code: 0 URI: http://10.110.0.1/flash:ccpexp/external/jQueryFramework.js Message: Expected identifier, string or number Line: 1062 Char: 3 Code: 0 URI: http://10.110.0.1/flash:ccpexp/js/ccpExpressFeatures.js Message: Object expected Line: 149 Char: 1 Code: 0 URI: http://10.110.0.1/flash:ccpexp/js/frames.js Message: 'jQuery' is undefined Line: 531 Char: 3 Code: 0 URI: http://10.110.0.1/flash:ccpexp/js/jquery.blockUI.js
  2. There are two versions: Cisco Configuration Professional PC Base software. and Cisco Configuration Professional Express which is the one that runs off the router The PC base one runs fine, now the one I'm having issues with is the Express version and that's the one I need to have working. I will try a different version of Java an older one and see how it goes. I will provide feedback once I do that.
  3. Hi Martinlo, Thank you for your input. I've try this on both firefox and chrome which are the only browsers this prodcut supports as per cisco documentation. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_configuration_professional_express/v2_7/rlsnts/ccp_express_rel_notes.html In regards to the java version installed I have the latest: http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp
  4. Hello everyone, I just finished installing ccpExpress 2.7 on a lab environment at work. For some reason when I click on the tabs nothing happens, I'm not able to use none of the functions, does anyone know why this is happening? Please refer to the attached image
  5. n3twrk0p

    EIGRP K Values

    That's the thing, in a production environment you are not allow to turn off the bandwidth parameter so how would you do it?, I do know how to tweak the delay value when only the delay parameter is on like you have in bold (metric weights 0 0 0 1 0 0 ) now, could you please try the same with your bandwidth parameter set to on as well (metric weights 0 1 0 1 0 0 <<<---- and show how would you get any ratio ? That's the part that I'm having trouble with, using both delay and bandwidth to calculate a delay value that would give me a ratio. When possible please try the same with a metric weight of 0 1 0 1 0 0
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    EIGRP K Values

    Anyone? I just need for someone with the bellow information to demonstrate how for example get a 2:1 Ratio using both parameters bandwidth and delay in their formula to come up with a DELAY Value: I currently have two routers facing each other, using a serial interface with a delay of 25000 and an Ethernet interface using a delay of 6000 with a feasible distance of 409600 to reach destination network 10.10.10.0/24 Could someone please show how to get the right value in order to achieve a 2:1 ratio R1 Config where destination network 10.10.10.0/24 resides: R2 Config where we will be changing the delay value to obtain a 2:1 ratio:
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    EIGRP K Values

    The reason I'm asking is because when I work with the Delay [ K3 ] parameter I'm able to performed load balancing with whatever ratio. Now when I include the bandwidth there is no way I can come up with a desire ratio either I'm using an incorrect formula or adding the bandwidth just wont work. For example: I'm setting a ratio of 2:1 for every 2 packets sent over an Ethernet interface, 1 will be sent over a Serial interface to destination network x.x.x.x with a FD of 153600. Formula being used when only the K3 parameter is used: 153600 x (2/1)=Less preferred metric 307200=256x(delay/10) 307200/256=delay/10 1200x10=delay 12000=delay 12000 is the delay from end to end 12000 - 5000 = 7000 in tens of microseconds Under the serial interface I added delay of 700 giving me a 2:1 ratio from R2 to R1 P2P links. This only works when using the DELAY parameter (Metric weight 0 0 0 1 0 0) Now when I add the bandwidth (Metric weight 0 1 0 1 0 0) with the following formula: (Metric/256 - 10^7/Bw)x10=Delay the numbers just don't add up. Could some one please show me how could I do this using the bandwidth as well to manipulate the delay. Again I see too many forums just showing how to perform the ratio calculation showing only with the delay parameter "for clarity" but in a live environment i don't think you will be allow to turn off the bandwidth just because it will be easier to get the desire ratio. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks @Martinlo thanks for your advised, I tried working with just the delay with the bandwidth parameter on and still didn't work. Could you provide some example where the K1 & K3 (Metric Weight 0 1 0 1 0 0) is used and still work when manipulating the DELAY?
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    EIGRP K Values

    Hello everyone, I would like to raise a question regarding the K values of EIGRP. When manipulating the delay parameter in EIGRP most of the forums I see everyone taking off the bandwidth [ K1 ] and working only with the delay value [ K3 ] ...why is that? should the bandwidth always be OFF when working with delay or you can leave the K1 on?
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    EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing

    In my topology I have 3 interfaces that reach destination network 192.168.10.0/24, they are Fa1/0, Fa2/0 and Serial0/0. I would like to send 25 packets over my Fa1/0, 18 packets thru Fa2/0 and 7 packets thru the Serial 0/0 interface. Below are the details of these 3 interfaces including bandwidth and delay. I understand that the preferred choice will be the delay when it comes to load share traffic among multiple unequal cost paths due to QoS. But I'm trying to understand the bandwidth manipulation as well not only the delay...Below is my current shared count as you can see is not 25/18/6 but something else. Used Variance of 4 Am I doing an incorrect calculation? Please help me understand WHY am still not getting the Ratio I want for these links... Thank you and I really appreciate everyone's help on this.
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    EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing

    eddymoyo8788, Thank you but that's not the answer I'm looking in this forum. Seems no one knows how to split this traffic shared 25/18/7 as me when I see no replies...
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    EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing

    I'm using the following formula in EIGRP to load balance between 3 unequal cost paths targeting a ratio of 25/18/7: 10^7/((Metric/256)-(Cumulative Delay/10)=BW Be advise that I'm only manipulating the BANDWIDTH not delay with a FD of 412160 to the target network. I would like to send 25 packets thru Fa1/0 with a DLY of 6100, 18 Packets thru Fa2/0 same DLY 6100, and 7 Packets thru Serial0/0 DLY 25000. Could some one show me how to achieve a 25/18/7 Ratio? I'm not getting this Ratio. Thank you
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    EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing

    By the 3rd one I was referring to the 1 in the ratio of 8/4/1. But I managed to calculate the bandwidth for both Fa2/0 and Serial0/0 to obtain this Ratio. Now the one I'm having problems with is when calculating for a ratio of 25/18/7. Could you please lab this up or show me the proper way to calculate the bandwidth for Fa2/0 and Serial 0/0 in order to achieve this ratio 25/18/7
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    EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing

    Hello everyone, I'm a bit confuse calculating ratios when it comes to manipulating the bandwidth I hope for someone to help me out. I'm currently doing a lab which includes 3 different paths towards destination network 192.168.10.0/24...The following in the config I have please see if I'm doing it correct: Interface config from the router that is doing the load balancing: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++== Below is the traffic shared counts, any idea based on the eigrp topology above WHY I'm still not achieving a 8/4/1 ratio? Thanks in advance. The goal ratio is 8/4/1, 8 packets on Fa 1/0, 4 packets on Fa 2/0, and 1 packet on Serial 0/0. Formula used: Worked with the 8/4 ratio in simplified form 1/2... FD is 412160 412160 x 2 = 824320 10^7/( (824320/256) - (6100/10) ) = BW 10^7/( (3220) - (610) ) = BW 10^7/( 2610 )=3831Kb Up to this point I have accomplished a 1 to 2 ratio: After adding the 3rd one: 412160 x 8 = 3297280 10^7/( (3297280/256) - (25000/10) ) = BW 10^7/ ( (12880)-(2500) ) = BW 10^7/ ( 10380 ) = 963Kb Still stuck with a 1 to 2 ratio: Any idea why?
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