So I just passed my ICND2 exam, I’m now CCNA certified! This was a long road to travel over a year ago I passed ICND1 which I recived the CCENT certification but with just general life getting in the way I also saw my chance of getting CCNA status stepping further in the distance. If […]Read More ICND2 – Passed!
So here we are on Part 2 of subnetting. What makes me laugh is that I really think a lot of people over think this stuff. It’s really not the complicated and it should not scare you. Another thing to mention is that usually in the real world you usually have calculators and another pair […]Read More Part 2 – The Joys of Subnetttting – VLSM!
Since network technicians work with IP addressing, it is hugely important to understand subnetting. I remember back when I started to learn subnetting it was confusing and I wanted nothing to do with it. The thing that made me change my mind was after I understood it and how important it is. In the “Cisco […]Read More Part 1 – The Joys of Subnetting!
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is an impressive set of features for IP Routing, which converges quickly and is on par and sometimes faster than OSPF. This routing protocol requires less processing time, less memory, and less network design than compared to OSPF. What’s the catch? This protocol is Cisco proprietary, if you have […]Read More EIGRP… The Basics
HDLC and PPP are considered to be in layer 2 of the OSI model. There are some differences between which will be describe in this post, If you would like to learn more about at least the basic configuration of PPP including PAP and CHAP check out the post I wrote about year ago. (Basic […]Read More HDLC vs. PPP