Tagged: CCNA

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Demultiplexing And How It Works

In this article I will explain demultiplexing and how it works by walking through a .pcap file taken from the lab in the screenshot below. We will focus on the data flowing from PC1 and...

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January 2017 Study Schedule

Happy new year everyone, I hope you have had a fantastic end to the year and you are looking forward to all the possibilities 2017 has to bring. I have kicked off my year by...

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2017 Certification Plan

This year has been crazy! I have graduated University with a 1st class honours, attained the CCNA Routing & Switching certification and been offered a job with Cisco Systems. All that hasn’t been easy...

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Packet Tracer Troubleshooting Activity : 102

Hello everyone, I thought it would be a great idea to produce and deliver another troubleshooting exercise for those keen net-workers out there. This is another CCNA level network and I have tried to...

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Packet Tracer Troubleshooting Activity :101

This activity has been created by myself to test those studying for the CCNA exam. Due to the requests I keep getting on YouTube to keep updating the link, I have decided to put together...

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Investigating HSRP

Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is a Cisco propitiatory router protocol that provides first-hop redundancy for IP hosts on a LAN. It enables a set of router interfaces once configured to present a single...