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    How to Build Your CCNP Home Labs

    Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

    The Cisco CCNP lab is one of the most difficult labs to build because it touches on so many different pieces of equipment. When you are building your Cisco CCNA lab, it is pretty easy as three Cisco router and three Cisco switches will put you in a pretty good position at a pretty reasonable [...]

    How to enable IPv6 on a Cisco Router

    Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

    Now in order for you to allow (enable) a Cisco router to begin routing IPv6 packets, you’ll need to perform the following two tasks. Step1 – Enable IPv6 routing globally on the router Step2 – enable IPv6 processing on a particular interface(s). To begin completing task number one (enabling IPv6 routing globally on a router) [...]

    EIGRP Stub Routers

    Monday, June 8th, 2009

    Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Cisco’s proprietary yet hugely successful and widely deployed routing protocol, is known to behave disappointingly in inadequately designed networks. Cisco has improved EIGRP’s behavior dramatically with the introduction of stub routers in Cisco IOS release 12.0(7)T (integrated in IOS release 12.1, thus being available for a number of years). [...]

    How to configure PPPoE?

    Sunday, June 7th, 2009

    PPPoE provides an emulated (and optionally authenticated) point-to-point link across a shared medium, typically a broadband aggregation network such as those found in DSL service providers. In fact, a very common scenario is to run a PPPoE client on the customer side (commonly on a SOHO Linksys or similar brand router), which connects to and [...]

    Comparing EIGRP & OSPF

    Thursday, March 26th, 2009

    EIGRP and OSPF are both excellent routing protocols and each provides a unique set of benefits for designing and implementing a scalable network. Both protocols can be used for a wide variety of networks from small regional networks to large global network systems. A question which is frequently asked is, "Which protocol, EIGRP or OSPF, [...]