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OpenFlow on Juniper EX9200

As you might know, starting with 13.3R1, Juniper EX9200 support OpenFlow 1.0. Openflow is a standard that allows to control traffic through a central network controller. To control the traffic in this manner, one would need an Openflow controller and Openflow capable switch. Using Openflow, one can add, delete, modify flows in the network. Flows… Keep reading »

CCNA prep – EIGRP in IPv6

This is an article that I wrote about EIGRP in IPv6. You can use this link to read it and find details about EIGRP in IPv6. http://resources.intenseschool.com/ccna-prep-eigrp-in-ipv6/ Use this link to get more information about CCNA training available at Intenseschool: http://www.intenseschool.com/boot_camp/cisco/ccna

CCNA prep: OSPF in IPv6 (OSPFv3)

This is an article that I wrote about OSPFv3. You can use this link to read it and find details about OSPFv3: http://resources.intenseschool.com/ospf-in-ipv6ospfv3/ Use this link to get more information about CCNA training available at Intenseschool: http://www.intenseschool.com/boot_camp/cisco/ccna

OSPF on Junos and Cisco IOS XR

This post will be about OSPF protocol configuration on JUNOS and IOS XR. I will not spend any time on OSPF ins and outs as this post is to show interworking between JUNOS and IOS XR. This is the topology and the R1, R2 and R3 are running JUNOS and R7, R8 and R9 are… Keep reading »

CCNA Lab Practice with Cisco Packet Tracer: Configuring Point-to-Point WANs

This is a Packet Tracer lab that I did for CCNA students about PPP on Cisco devices. You can download the lab from this link: http://resources.intenseschool.com/ccna-lab-practice-with-cisco-packet-tracer-configuring-point-to-point-wans/ Use this link to get more information about CCNA training available at Intenseschool: http://www.intenseschool.com/boot_camp/cisco/ccna

Media Access Control Security(MACsec IEEE 802.1AE) – static secure association keys

Media Access Control Security (MACsec) is a security standard that allows secure communication on Ethernet links. The standard is called IEEE 802.1AE. This is point-to-point security between directly connected devices. MACsec can be enabled either by using static connectivity association key(CAK), either by using static secure association key(SAK). This post is about the second method… Keep reading »

Lab Practice with Cisco Packet Tracer: Configuring Border Gateway Protocol

This is a Packet Tracer lab that I did for CCNA students about basic Border Gateway Protocol configuration on Cisco devices. You can download the lab from this link: http://resources.intenseschool.com/lab-practice-with-cisco-packet-tracer-configuring-border-gateway-protocol/ Use this link to get more information about CCNA training available at Intenseschool: http://www.intenseschool.com/boot_camp/cisco/ccna

CCNA Lab Practice with Cisco Packet Tracer: Configuring Zone-Based Policy Firewall

This is a Packet Tracer lab that I did for CCNA students about zone-based firewall on Cisco devices. You can download the lab from this link: http://resources.intenseschool.com/ccna-lab-practice-with-cisco-packet-tracer-configuring-zone-based-policy-firewall/ Use this link to get more information about CCNA training available at Intenseschool: http://www.intenseschool.com/boot_camp/cisco/ccna

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