Here is to a great 2012 for everyone reading this blog. I hope all your dreams come true in 2012. I will only make one new years resolution. I will become a CCIE in 2012. Happy new year!
Wanted to wish everyone a merry christmas. I’ve been labbing a lot lately and today I finished the Vol1 security section. I have MPLS, IP services and Applications left. I might do some revision of QoS as well. I’m trying
Quiz – AAA authorization
I’m doing the security section of Vol1 right now and this is something I think people might have confused. Look at the following configuration: ! Scenario 1 aaa authentication login default group tacacs+ none aaa authorization exec default none !
Frame-relay IPv6 speed drill
Going for the lab we need both speed and skills. I made a simple IPv6 frame-relay lab that should test your speed. Time yourself and post your time to configure in the comments. Just by looking at the time I
Followup on multicast helper map
I had some requests for the final configs so I have fixed those. You can download them here. Also I had some issues getting the traffic through but thanks to my helpful readers like zumzum I now have it figured
Multicast helper map and how to verify multicast
The multicast helper map is an interesting feature. It can be used in scenarios where we want to transport broadcast. Routers don’t forward broadcast by default but we can convert this to multicast and transport it across our network and
Common misconceptions about the ip mroute command
Almost all of us know the difference between a static route and a dynamic one, longer match wins. If same length then AD decides and so on. I have noticed that there are some misconceptions about the equivalent to ip