It has been 3 days since I have passed my CCNP Route exam. I still haven't recovered from the stress that it has brought me but here I am at school already hammering through CCNP switch materials. The goal is the get switching within 60 days assuming nothing unexpected happens like flooding in the Philippines … Continue reading Switching and Lab’in it
This was taken right after my exam at Mercury Gold Coast this morning. Yeah, I just cleared my CCNP route exam. All I can say is so far it has been the most humbling experience I've had since I started with my certification journey. I must admit I started to get cocky last week thinking … Continue reading 642-902 done!
Its a few minutes past midnight crossing over to Tuesday. Had a short chat with the CEO of Bay Technologies over coffee last night. He gave me a 10000 foot view of what the company is all about and its plans to move into the cloud. I can't really tell details yet since it is … Continue reading PRTG, Its awesome
"If the packets do not meet any of the defined match criteria (that is, if the packets fall off the end of a route map), then those packets are routed through the normal destination-based routing process. If it is desired not to revert to normal forwarding and to drop the packets that do not match … Continue reading Route-map: interesting fact
One of the most annoying things that you can experience in a lab environment just when you are all set to configure a switch you find out that someone has intelligently wiped the entire OS on it. So this post is about how do you recover or should I say re-install a 3560 IOS to … Continue reading Tera Term, Xmodem & a 3560
In this lab we are going to simulate running a radius server and authenticating users before they are allowed to configure a cisco device, in this case a switch. Requirements for this lab, I would recommend the following:Windows 7/8 installed with oracle virtual box or vmware vmplayerCentos 6 isofreeradiusgeditcisco switch (you may also use a cisco … Continue reading FREERADIUS, CENTOS & CISCO