Did some OSPF labbing yesterday. Ran into some interesting stuff. Imagine that you are running a frame-relay network which is hub and spoke. All routers are using their main interface for communication. The hub router has the static frame relay
RIP timers are the most basic thing in the world right? Even the command to set them is named timers basic… However in some documentation it is not really clear what the difference is between the invalid and holddown timer.
I did Vol1 RIP labs yesterday and I wanted to show you some cool stuff. How to do conditional default routing, this is lab stuff but some of it is definetely useful for real life deployments as well. I will
Sorry for the lack of updates lately but I’m deep into studies and when I’m not my days are still full. Rack rentals have been fully booked so I have been running Dynamips lately for labs. Here are some advice
I’m doing labs in Dynamips now since rack rentals are fully booked for two weeks. Going through Vol1 labs and I’m currently at the routing section. Most of the stuff is familiar but need to do some practice on OER.