Continuing where we left off on Chapter 3 on CCNA Data Center Study Guide from Todd Lammle. Like before feel free to post questions below. In these post I am only going over the topics of each chapter of the book, plus any examples the book offers and to get an idea of what the […]Read More 640-911 (Chapter 4)
In this short tutorial let’s configure a DHCP server on a Cisco Router. Why would we want to do that? Well configuring a basic DHCP server on a router is a good idea if this is a branch/satellite office or just a small business. There are some pros and cons of configuring DHCP on a […]Read More Configure DHCP on a Cisco Router
Although this protocol has been around since 1996 it has been anticipated that IPv4 would one day be exhausted. In February 2011 the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) assigned the last /8 address blocks to the Regional Internet Registries so time is getting close but you have heard this warning before right? Let’s go over […]Read More Why IPv6?
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!