Color Code Your Routers

I came across an interesting idea, what if you could color code your devices in command line? So such as if you were operating routers at a core level you could color code the CLI to the color red, and the branch routers green and etc. I wasn’t sure if this would possible but doing […]

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Network Troubleshooting

The thing that makes networks awesome is the fact that once you setup a network you’re not done. That may sound like a drawback but it is excellent job security! Engineers or administrators must watch the performance of an organization’s network to make sure that productivity is not affected. Network outages can have a huge […]

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Link-State Protocols

Weeks ago and maybe months :), I talked about distance vector protocols and with that you probably got the feeling that when using a distance vector protocol it does not give a full network graphical representation of the entire network. Only the directly connected routes can’t remember? Check out this post Distance Vector Routing. Link state protocols are […]

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