Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

🕔07:00, 29.Oct 2011

This blog post creates one of what may be many posts in a concept called the Config Museum. Years from now, this concept may really be a museum of configuration exercises and answers. But just like a museum holds lots

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Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

🕔08:32, 27.Oct 2011 Static IPv4 routes are a great way to learn how IP routing really works. The configuration is meant to be straightforward, but constructing the commands yourself makes you think like a router, which is a great way to learn. The Read Full Article
IPv4 Static Routes 3

IPv4 Static Routes 3

🕔07:00, 22.Oct 2011 This blog post begins with a router triangle, IP addresses, and working interfaces. All routers can ping their own IP addresses, but the routers only know their own connected routes. You job: Add static routes for the LAN subnets.  Answer Read Full Article

Done with the Re-org – Check out the How to Use Page

🕔11:30, 19.Oct 2011

Folks, I’m done re-organizing this blog. You’ll see five drop down menus at the top now: two based on the books, and three based on the type of blog post. I made a “how to use” page as well that

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Answer: IP Addresses 3

Answer: IP Addresses 3

🕔07:44, 19.Oct 2011 This blog post simply lists the answers to the earlier Config Lab from a few days ago. This post make no sense without the first one, so don’t look until you read the other post. No guile, no tricks, just Read Full Article
IP Addresses 3

IP Addresses 3

🕔07:00, 16.Oct 2011 With enough repetition, you should be able to imagine a small network of routers, choose a subnetting plan, choose addresses for the router interfaces, and configure those addresses, all pretty much as fast as you can write or type. This Read Full Article
The New Subnetting Content in the 2011 CCNA Books

The New Subnetting Content in the 2011 CCNA Books

🕔13:12, 11.Oct 2011 The biggest single change to the printed ICND1 and ICND2 Cert Guides Editions 3, which Cisco Press published in 2011, is the subnetting content. This post spells out a few of the whys and wherefores, plus describes what subnetting topics Read Full Article
Do you need to buy the New Books? Or would you want to buy them?

Do you need to buy the New Books? Or would you want to buy them?

🕔15:58, 4.Oct 2011 Usually, when we update the ICND1 and ICND2 Cert Guide books, it’s obvious that if you want to pass the new exam, you need to buy the new books. This time, there are no new exams, so I anticipate people Read Full Article
Why Did We Come Out with New CCNA Cert Guide Books?

Why Did We Come Out with New CCNA Cert Guide Books?

🕔13:22, 4.Oct 2011 So I get a call from my buddies at Pearson Education this summer. (They’re the publisher that works with Cisco to create Cisco Press). And they asked if I’d want to work on a new edition of the ICND1 and Read Full Article
New Books, but Not New Exams

New Books, but Not New Exams

🕔12:05, 4.Oct 2011 Yes, Cisco Press decided to come out with new editions of the ICND1 and ICND2 Official Cert Guides here in the fall of 2011. However, for the first time in the history of these titles, which stretches back to 1999 Read Full Article

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