This wizard allows you to select a device and configure the IP services such as DNS, HTTP, TCP, UDP, and SNMP. You can also view the tasks to be executed before they are run. Following configuration tasks are available in this wizard.
Device name and contact name can be specified using this wizard.
It is a basic system management task that assigns name to the device in a network. If you are not assigning any name to the device, it will prompt an error message asking you to enter the device name.
It is generally the network administratorís contact name.
It allows you to add configuration information for the selected device. Only the parameters applicable to the selected device are displayed.
Enable DNS Service
Click Enable DNS Service to enable Domain Name Service that is used for translating names of network nodes into IP addresses. You can specify the address of one or more name servers to use for name and address resolution. It also allows you to add three more secondary servers.
Click Enable HTTP to enable the Cisco Web browser UI on a device. This will generate a password protected home page and enables you to access the device via a Web browser and issue Cisco IOS commands. When this is disabled, the no form of the command will take effect.
Enable TCP-Small Service
Click Enable TCP-Small Service to access minor TCP/IP services available from hosts on the network that allows you to carry the minor services such as echo, chargen, discard, and daytime. If you are not enabling this service, by default the service is disabled and no form of the command will take effect.
Enable UDP-Small Service
Click Enable UDP-Small Service to access minor User Datagram Protocol (UDP) services available from hosts on the network that allows you to carry out certain UDP minor services such as echo, chargen, and discard. If you are not enabling this service, by default the services are disabled.
You can enable this service to use an SNMP community string to define the relationship between the SNMP manager and the agent. The community string acts like a password to regulate access to the agent on the router. Click the check box to enable or disable SNMP support. SNMP is enabled by default.
SNMP Trap Manager
To specify the recipient of a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification operation, use the snmp-server host global configuration command. To remove the specified host, use the no form of this command.
Enter the IP address where the trap information should be sent. This is normally the IP address of the SNMP management station monitoring your domain. Check with your administrator to determine the address, if you are unsure.
Enter a text string that acts as an SNMP password. The string is used to authenticate messages sent between a management station and a router containing an SNMP agent.
The generated configuration commands are displayed and allows you append additional configuration commands for the selected device. Only the parameters applicable to the selected device are displayed.
Click Apply and view the IOS configuration. If you select proper configuration tasks, click OK to send the commands or Cancel not to send.