CCNA: Chapter 5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2

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CCNA: Chapter 5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2
(Legacy information) Configuring RIPv1 Configuring RIP is pretty easy and consists of the following two steps: Enable RIP globally using the router rip global configuration command. This command will bring you to the routing configuration mode as shown below: Router(config)#router rip Router(config-router)# Tell the router which networks to advertise using the network <network> command in ...

CCNA: Chapter 5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2

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CCNA: Chapter 5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2
(Legacy information) Routing Information Protocol (RIP)            Although the new version of the CCNA exam 200-120 does not cover RIP, we want to touch on it for its historical value.  This way you understand some of the basic characteristics of it and how a hybrid protocol such as EIGRP took some ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-7 Static and Default Route Lab

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CCNA: Chapter 4-7 Static and Default Route Lab
Lab 4-1 Static and Default Route Problem: In the network shown in Figure 4-4, configure each router such using static and default routes such that there is complete connectivity through the network. The initial configuration of each router is given below. Lab note: The DCE side of your DCE/DTE back to back cable plugs into ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-6 Route Redistribution

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CCNA: Chapter 4-6 Route Redistribution
While you are not really going to redistribute routes as a part of CCNA, it is important to know what it is. Simply put, route redistribution is the process of distributing routes learned from one source to another.  This is useful when networks are expanding, or are merging, or in a phase of transition. For ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-5 Routing Loops

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CCNA: Chapter 4-5 Routing Loops
A routing loop is a situation where a packet keeps getting routed between two or more routers because of problems in the routing table. In case of distance vector protocols, the fact that these protocols route by rumor and have a slow convergence time can cause routing loops. To understand how routing loops can occur ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols

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CCNA: Chapter 4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols
Routing protocols are divided into the following three classes, depending on how they work: Distance Vector – Distance Vector protocols are characterized by two things: They use distance has a measure of the cost of a route. The number of hops in between a router and a destination network determines the distance. They periodically send ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-3 Administrative Distance and Routing Metrics

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CCNA: Chapter 4-3 Administrative Distance and Routing Metrics
Understanding Routing Protocols While routing protocols are complex and have their own set of rules and commands, there are three basic things that you need to know before studying the individual protocols – Administrative Distance, Classes of routing protocols and Routing loops. The following sections look at these three topics in detail. Administrative Distance To ...

CCNA: Chapter 4-1 Understanding IP Routing

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CCNA: Chapter 4-1 Understanding IP Routing
In the simplest terms, IP Routing is the process of moving packets from its source to its destination across internetworks. To be able to route packets, a router must know at a minimum the following: Destination address Neighbor routers from which it can learn about remote networks Possible routes to all remote networks The best ...

Microsoft Windows Server Maintenance

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Microsoft Windows Server Maintenance
Description Windows Server maintenance begins with hardware maintenance. You should ensure that your memory, CPU, drives, ports, and other hardware components are free from dust and in a healthy operational state. It is also important to plan for server downtime so that a server replacement or upgrade has as little impact on your users as ...

Microsoft Windows Server Performance Tuning

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Microsoft Windows Server Performance Tuning
Description Performance tuning requires an understanding of the entire system. Administrators should not try to tweak settings or add/remove software until they know the real cause of a performance problem. Several performance analysis tools are included in Windows, including the Resource Monitor, Performance Monitor, and even some Command Prompt utilities. The Resource Monitor is a ...

Microsoft Windows Server Troubleshooting

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Microsoft Windows Server Troubleshooting
Description Troubleshooting requires technical skills and an understanding of processes and procedures. Processes and procedures are often documented as troubleshooting methodologies. You may develop your own methodology over time, or you can use existing methodologies that have been tested and proven by other organizations. The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) provides documents that include troubleshooting ...

Microsoft Windows Server Remote Access Technologies

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Microsoft Windows Server Remote Access Technologies
Description Remote access to server Desktops is important for both administrative usages and end-user support purposes. From an administrative standpoint, Remote Desktop can be used to access servers, manage their desktops, and run installed applications across the network. From an end-user standpoint, Remote Desktop Services (RDS) can be deployed so that users can run applications ...

Microsoft Windows Server File and Print Servers

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Microsoft Windows Server File and Print Servers
Description Windows servers can act as both file servers and print servers. As a file server administrator, you must understand share permissions and NTFS permissions. Three share permissions are available, including Read, Change, and Full Control. NTFS offers more robust and granular permissions, allowing you to set permissions down to the file level. When a ...

Microsoft Windows Server Application Server

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Microsoft Windows Server Application Server
Description Application servers abound on modern networks. If you are preparing for the 98-365 Windows Administration Fundamentals exam, you will need to identify the different server types and the functions they provide to the network. Email servers allow users to send and receive emails. Database servers provide access to databases for user applications and other ...

Microsoft Windows Group Policy Management

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Microsoft Windows Group Policy Management
Description Group Policy allows you to centrally control and configure Windows computers that participate in your AD network. You can utilize local Group Policy on stand-alone servers and clients that are not members of an AD domain. Group Policy Objects (GPOs) contain policy settings, and they can be linked to one or more containers within ...

Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory Management

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Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory Management
Description Active Directory management includes four core tasks: architecture administration, user account management, group management, and organizational unit management. You can use the Active Directory Sites and Services, Active Directory Domains and Trusts, Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC), or the Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell to manage the architecture. You can manage user ...

Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory Configuration

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Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory Configuration
Description Active Directory (AD) installation begins with planning. A well-thought-out plan considers the forests, domains, and domain trees and ensures that an architecture is selected that will support the needs of today and the demands of the future. The actual installation process for your first domain controller (DC) involves the proper installation and configuration of ...

Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory

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Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory
Description Active Directory (AD) is the Microsoft networked directory services. It contains users, groups, organizational units (OUs), computers, printers, and servers. AD has both a logical and a physical architecture. The logical architecture includes domains, domain trees, forests, and OUs. The physical architecture includes the AD sites and the servers that build the domain (the ...