This post will describe how NAT works. The reason for doing a blog post on NAT is twofold. There is a lack of good documents out there describing NAT and I want to do some learning for myself as well.
This post is about route redistribution and the different filtering techniques we have available in our toolbelt. This post requires that you have a basic understanding of route redistribution. For some good posts look at Petr Lapukhovs posts at INE.
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
EIGRP is often called a hybrid because it has some similar features to link state protocols and also has distance vector features but the truth is that it is a distance vector protocol. Even though it is distance vector it
This post describes how to filter packets with a route-map. I have never used a route-map for the sole purpose of filtering packets before. I ran into this while doing a vol2 lab and the task was to filter ICMP