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  • Archive for June, 2009

    The Audo Series 4 – Multicast

    Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

    The Audio Series 3 contain: 01. Introduction to IP Multicast Routing 02. IGMP 03. IGMP Snooping 04. PIM 05. PIM Sparse

    R&S Quick Notes – Security & IP Services

    Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

    Security Know how to use extended access-lists in distribute-lists, see Brian McGahan @INE article. Know how to use extended access-lists instead of prefix-lists, see Brian Dennis @ INE article. Know your binary voodoo as Scott Morris @ INE calls it, Part I & Part II. Dont forget to allow IGP’s, BGP, Multicast , IPv6 and […]

    R&S Quick Notes – QOS

    Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

    QOS Class class-default need “fair-queue” if “bandwidth” was not specified. When using “ip rsvp bandwidth” on a sub-interfaces, it is also required to be configured on the main interface. When using multiple sub-interfaces with “ip rsvp bandwidth”, the main interface should be configured to be the sum all sub-interfaces. RSVP requires fair-queue to be enabled. […]

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    Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

    About the detail of pass4sure promotion coupon codes, you can visit Pass4sure Coupon Promotion Code. In the post, i have introduced that how you use the code. Today, i have just got some latest Pass4sure coupon codes. Now, i’m glad to share it with everyone.

    CCNP TV Presents – "Implementing IPv6: Using IPv6 with IPv4"

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    Watch Keith Bogart’s Live broadcast — "Implementing IPv6:Using IPv6 with IPv4." Keith holds a variety of certifications including a CCIE. He is a Technical Instructor and Course Developer who works closely with internal Cisco Customer Support Engineers. Date: July 28, 2009 Time: 8:00 am PST, 11:00 am EST Duration: 1 hour Agenda: The show will […]

    Interview with First CCDE in World – Ryan Hicks

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    Ryan Hicks, CCDE #1 – (well, technically #20080001) is a Senior Network Architect at Calence / Insight Network Services. He specializes in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting highly complex and/or sensitive networks for customers spanning corporate, government, K12 and higher-education markets. Over the past 13 years, Ryan has passed three CCIE labs (CCIE #5924), holding certifications […]

    7 Nice video tutorials – Internetwork Expert

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    NO.1 WCCP – http://classroom.internetworkexpert.com/p13559684/ NO.2 RPF Check – http://classroom.internetworkexpert.com/p93881115/ NO3 CCIE Lab Strategy: A Structured Approach – http://classroom.internetworkexpert.com/p73138523/

    R&S Quick Notes – Multicast & IPv6

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    Multicast BSR is also commonly referred to as PIMv2. Pay special attention to when using Frame-Relay non-broadcast types. Multicast will not work. Tunnels might be needed. BSR – when multiple c-RP announces same groups, a longer match will be used to determine the RP, regardless of the RP priority set. With TTL scoping, if the […]

    R&S Quick Notes – BGP

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    BGP When using Communities, don’t forget “neighbor send-community” Know your attributes and the direction which applied, when to used what. “aggregate address” needs a more specific prefix in the BGP table for aggregate to be advertised. Synchronization issue has 3 solutions, 1- Load BGP on all transit routers, 2- GRE tunnel, 3- Redistribution BGP>IGP. “no […]