What have I learned today? SDM which is Security Device Manager, a GUI interface to configure a router. How to configure a router to route statically and dynamically using RIPv2 and I had to stop midway looking at NAT/PAT. I feel like throwing up digesting all these information in one day. Man I can't wait … Continue reading NAT-ing enters my mind any more for today…
This morning my CCNA kit arrived, containing the switches, routers, cables etc. Just plugged them all in and checked if they are working and I am currently burning them in. I still have to borrow a adaptor that converts the rs232 port to usb so I can plug it in my laptop. Last night I promised … Continue reading Let the LABS Begin!!!
Today I plan to study vlan, after church and lunch I went straight to the state library and grabbed CCNA for dummies. Well, the way the book is written is indeed for dummies. Not in a bad way, but its more like its easier to understand though I am not sure that if you use … Continue reading Brain dead
During my pre-TAFE days, it's either off to the Gold Coast, shoot some rounds in the GC Gun Club, head off some where maybe the beach, visit some friends or just hang out. It has been weird since last week. Since my family went to the Philippines for an emergency and I am all by … Continue reading Weekend Warrior
I can't help it, there would be times when I kick myself for not taking any certification back in the US when I had the chance. It is cheaper, convenient and you can easily get all the gears in preparation for anything. But in saying that, I have to stop there because its not going … Continue reading Gearing for CCNA ICDN1 100-101
I live near the city, like CBD is a bridge away from my apartment. Southbank TAFE is like a block away and the obvious move would be to enrol there right? Well to cut the long story short, I didn't get in because according to QTAC I didn't have enough documents to prove that I … Continue reading TAFE life….
The road to CCNA began a couple of months ago when I finally decided to quit hospitality and get back into IT. It's been close to a decade now since I graduated in Uni and yes I have been involved into some IT work back in the US but since the recession, I had no … Continue reading The journey from I.T. to Kitchen and back….