How to do Hardware troubleshooting with built-in hardware diagnostic commands in fortigate device

HQIP (Hardware Quick Inspection Package) is a hardware diagnostic firmware image that detects hardware problems on Fortinet products including FortiGate, FortiWifi, FortiAnalyzer, and FortiManager. Running an HQIP test has information about wiring your device, console connection, hardware, tftp server, and connecting to the device.Pre-Requisite:-Console access is recommendedSelect tests require the use of loop-back cablesRe-cabling of your current Read more about How to do Hardware troubleshooting with built-in hardware diagnostic commands in fortigate device[…]

How to configure Hostname in Cisco Switches and Router

If you want to configure on a router or a switch is the hostname. The default name for routers is Router and the default name for switches is Switch. To configure the hostname for the switch, use the hostname command:- Router>enableRouter# configure terminalRouter(config)# hostname TESTTEST(config)# endTEST(config)# copy running-config startup-config

How to change your WiFi password on a New Cisco Modem

To change the password for the wireless network on your Shaw wireless modem, you will need to log into the admin console which will allow you to configure various settings related to your wireless network. Before proceeding, ensure that you have an ethernet cable connecting your modem to your computer/laptop. Process to Change the Password Read more about How to change your WiFi password on a New Cisco Modem[…]

How to configure Virtual Chassis in EX-2300 Juniper

Virtual Chassis is a feature in Ethernet Switches that allows you to interconnect two or more switches, enabling them to operate as a unified, single, high-bandwidth switch. It provides network resiliency in the form of redundant Routing Engines and network expansion flexibility with minimal impact to a configuration. \ EX 2300 Virtual Chassis Configuration All EX-2300 Read more about How to configure Virtual Chassis in EX-2300 Juniper[…]

How to disable the alarm of Ethernet Link Down in Juniper

Management interfaces are the primary interfaces for accessing the device remotely. Typically, a management interface is not connected to the in-band network, but is connected instead to the device’s internal network. If this management port is not connected (physically down), it triggers a major alarm: To disable the management ports use the following command: