New CCNA and CCENT Products, Availability, Timing

New CCNA and CCENT Products, Availability, Timing

🕔11:05, 31.May 2016

Lots of people ask questions about the new products when the exam revises. And sometimes it’s a little tricky to navigate what’s what. This post cuts through the clutter to net out the details about what products are both here

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Answers: CDP/LLDP 1

Answers: CDP/LLDP 1

🕔09:10, 31.May 2016   CDP and LLDP configuration does not require a lot of thought, but it does help to practice them until the configuration is automatic. Also, if you do the configuration on any kind of gear or simulator, make sure to Read Full Article
CDP/LLDP 1

CDP/LLDP 1

🕔09:05, 30.May 2016   #CDP has long been the default and favored protocol for a variety of device discovery functions, but LLDP offers an alternative as well. (LLDP is new to the exam topics per the May 2016 new CCENT and CCNA R&S Read Full Article
Answers: RIPv2 Basics 1

Answers: RIPv2 Basics 1

🕔09:10, 26.May 2016 For this lab, your job is to take a working IPv4 network that has no routing protocol yet and add the RIPv2 configuration. As usual, check out the lab requirements here and take your shot at the configuration. Then check Read Full Article
Config Lab Storm’s Purpose Revealed: Study for the New Exams!

Config Lab Storm’s Purpose Revealed: Study for the New Exams!

🕔09:05, 26.May 2016

If you look back in the history of this blog and the related CCENT Skills Blog, I have been posting Config Labs regularly for about six months. Why? I had the new exams and new books in mind the whole

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RIPv2 Basics 1

RIPv2 Basics 1

🕔09:05, 25.May 2016 RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) configuration may be one of those topics that become obvious with a little practice, but it does require a little practice at least. Interestingly, you may have to think more about which routers do not need Read Full Article
Answers: SCP 1

Answers: SCP 1

🕔09:10, 24.May 2016 SSH config? Detailed enough to forget a few steps. But once you have that down, can you remember the two other steps to add SCP support? And have you ever tried using SCP after configuring it? Today’s post gives you Read Full Article
SCP 1

SCP 1

🕔09:05, 21.May 2016 Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) can be used to copy files to/from a router. It can be a little difficult to understand because of its different model compared to the traditional use of the IOS copy EXEC command. With SCP, you Read Full Article
Decision Point: Try to Pass Old or New CCNA Exams?

Decision Point: Try to Pass Old or New CCNA Exams?

🕔11:05, 20.May 2016

You were cruising along studying for CCNA R&S, and now Cisco pulled the rug out from under you. Or did they? Navigating a change in a Cisco exam mid-study does take some thought, but it can be managed, and many

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Polls about the new CCNA Routing and Switching

Polls about the new CCNA Routing and Switching

🕔10:05, 19.May 2016

I plan to spread a few polls around the blog posts I’m writing about the new for 2016 CCNA Routing and Switching certification. This post collects all those polls in one place for anyone who is interested in seeing the

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