When I started taking classes from the Cisco CCNA Discover books years ago, I remember for the first part of the book it talked about QoS and the theory behind it. To me QoS was a very interesting but after a chapter or two we never mentioned it again or really knew how to configure […]Read More Some QoS Guidelines
I previously had the chance to play around with the 5596UP switch, and made some notes on how to configure inter-vlan routing. Since this was a 5596UP switch I needed a layer 3 card to take advantage of it. The next-generation units the 5600 include layer 3 without a card required along with introducing 40GB […]Read More Inter-VLAN Routing on the Nexus 5k.
Bundling physical links into one logical link is a common practice to up the bandwidth between switches, you may have this also configured on a server to bundle connections as well. In this tutorial I have two 2960 switches both of them trunking all VLANs on two gigabit ports. So in the end game is […]Read More Configuring EtherChannel (PAgb)
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?
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