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ICND2 (CCNA)

The next step of the ICND1 is the ICND2 640-840 and it is also the final part (of first step) to achieving the CCNA. In this course you will learn about the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Switching and Routing. This IT certification is tech by the administration. The CCNA ...

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ICND1 (CCENT)

Welcome to the ICND1 (CCENT) 640-822 guiding website. You can not be the good practitioner of the networking while you couldn’t be a good student and to become a good student you need to clear your thought and concepts about the CCENT. CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) is the ...

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CCNP curriculum and course guide

CCNP curriculum and course guide…..   CCNP is the certification having the curriculum designed to help the students learning about the networking devices, controlling and troubleshooting them. It includes the routing, switching and other networking skills. It is an advance level course for the students which already have strong concepts ...

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CCNA Syllabus, Curriculum and guidelines !

CCNA curriculum and guidelines…. CCNA is divided into two main parts which are the CCNA Discovery and the CCNA Explorations. CCNA Discovery mainly deals with the basics of networking with the practical guidance about the networks. It provides the basic skills needed to handle a network and the network environment. ...

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Online Cisco and computer Training Courses CCNA, CCNP , CCIE A++

Cisco Training Courses…. If you are in need of high quality IT and networking related education your preference will be the Cisco certifications and courses undoubtedly. Professionally these certifications provide a significant support to its holders to get handsome jobs in different business sectors. IT Networking and network securities are ...

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How-to-forward-a-port-on-cisco-router-2811

Its really easy to forward a port at your CISCO router 2811. If you have configured your server for simple NAT and looking to forward a port from outside world to inside of your network then you are at a right location. Check the command under given; ip nat inside ...

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Cabling Your Home Lab

More CCNA and CCNP candidates than ever before are putting together their own home labs, and there’s no better way to learn about Cisco technologies than working with the real thing. Getting the routers and switches is just part of putting together a great CCNA / CCNP home lab, though. ...

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Variance And Unequal Cost Load Balancing

Using the variance command is the easy part – it’s getting the metric that’s the hard part with IGRP. With EIGRP, you just look in the topology table and that’s it. With IGRP, you’ve got to run a debug to get the right metric. The variance command is a multiplier ...

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Split Horizon And Hub-and-Spoke Networks

Split horizon exists for a very good reason – routing loop prevention. The rule of split horizon states that a router cannot send an advertisement for a route out the same interface that it came in on. Split horizon is on by default on all interfaces running RIP, IGRP, and ...

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Port-based Authentication

To pass your CCNA exam and earn this coveted certification, you must understand the details of port-based authentication. This knowledge has a great deal of value in production networks as well, since this authentication scheme is regularly implemented. Let’s take a look at this particular CCNA skill. Consider a situation ...

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