The native VLAN (assuming 802.1Q) is a VLAN that is sent untagged by default. The default for Cisco switches is that all ports are in VLAN 1 and if trunking is used VLAN 1 will be sent untagged. VLAN 1
Been really busy lately with a big migration at work so studying is though but have been studying some spanning tree. I have used the IEEE 802.1D-1998 and 802.1D-2004 documents for 802.1D and 802.1W but these documents are almost too
Steve over at networking-forum is hosting a CCNA scolarship. The person who gets picked for it will get free books from Cisco Press and also the exam paid for. The requirements to get selected is to write an essay why
I have passed my first 50 hours of reading maybe not as fast as I would have wanted but still happy to have passed it. Will try to step up the pace from now on but work and other commitments
I’m back from vacation, nice to do something different for a while but also nice to be back home 🙂 Have got a lot of stuff going at work right now. I’m resuming my CCIE studies and I’m starting with
I’m going to Croatia to hopefully get some sun and recharge the batteries. It’s going to be nice to spend some time with my family. I will back in a week so no posting until then.
I am currently migrating some PIX firewalls to ASA and I have been rewriting the access-lists to be more efficient and easy to read. This is done by using objects and object-groups. Lets first talk about objects, the object can