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What are the benefits of doing a CCNA course and what are the job profiles offered for this certification?

CCNA certification is one of the most recognized and popular IT Certification of today. The data shows that 1 million CCNA certificates have already been awarded since 1998 – when it first came into existence. Cisco certifications is not just…
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The Benefits Of Being CCNA Certified

If you are an IT pro or network engineer, you might be missing out on a great way to enhance your career profile. The IT job market is getting more crowded every day. One of the best ways to set…
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Password Recovery of Cisco Router 2600

Having problem to login in router or forgotten password? This lab will tell you resetting the password modern Cisco routers from 2600 Series and later. Now if you are not accessing you exac password you need to break it. Bellow…
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Cisco RIP PROTOCOL

CONFIGURE A SIMPLE TOPOLOGY ON THE PACKET TRACER AS SHOWN BELOW The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is one of the oldest distance-vector routing protocols which employ the hop count as a routing metric. R1 In order to apply protocol RIP,…
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Cisco Network Security

1. What is a Firewall? A firewall is a set of rules and programs , located at a network gateway server, that protects the resources of a private network from users from other networks. It is a network security system…
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Basics : Common Networking terms

Access Point:Access points are way stations in a wireless LAN that are connected to an Ethernet hub or server. Users can roam within the range of access points and their wireless device connections are passed from one access point to…
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What is the difference between the ip default-gateway, ip default-network, and ip route 0.0.0.0/0 commands?

Question: What is the difference between the ip default-gateway, ip default-network, and ip route 0.0.0.0/0 commands? A. The ip default-gateway command is used when IP routing is disabled on the router. This command serves non-routing network device that need to reach…
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Difference between Linkstate and distance vector protocols

Dynamic Routing Dynamic routing protocols can dynamically respond to changes in the network.  The routing protocol is configured on each router and the routers learn about both each other and remote networks. A dynamic routing table is created, maintained, and…
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Bridge protocol data unit (BPDU)

Bridge protocol data unit (BPDU)   Switches running spanning-tree, exchange information with a special message called the (BPDU) bridge protocol data unit. BPDU is a data message transmitted across a local area network to detect loops in network topologies. A…
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