Networks are becoming more “borderless” as Cisco likes to call it and it’s definitely true. Having the ability to get access to resources remotely without having to be at our office physically is a nice touch, you may even notice higher productivity and who doesn’t want that! Networks have to be in a healthy state […]Read More Is Your Network Healthy?
Look at GNS3 – New Version: A new version of GNS3 released on July 5th 2013 is available for download. You can download GNS3 v0.8.4 at gns3.net. This release includes improvements and new features. Some of the important one are: Lots of GUI improvements. New hub device. New Idlemax and Idlesleep settings (advanced manipulation of […]Read More Look at GNS3 – New Version
Short story, I am proud to say that I passed! I have studied off and on in the beginning of the year but I did set a date to take the exam which was June 28th .As that date was getting closer I buckled down and reviewed the materials again and focused in on some […]Read More Passed 640-554!
I have ran through before on how to create a site-to-site VPN with Cisco SDM which sounds like a repeat but I thought why not bring CCP into light and since I’m studying the newly created CCNA Security (640-554) I figured let’s create a tutorial on it. In this lab I am going to post […]Read More Site-To-Site VPN via CCP
A while back I talked about AAA but never put out a post on how configure it until now. In this post I am going to be going over the configuration steps of how to configure AAA locally on a Cisco router, (The same commands would also work on Cisco switch). To review what exactly […]Read More Configuring AAA – Locally