CCNA: Chapter 2-6 Troubleshooting IP Addressing

10. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter 2-6 Troubleshooting IP Addressing
As you know by now, IP Addressing is an integral part of networking and given the complexity of addressing and subnetting, it is common to have IP addressing errors in the network. So it is essential for you to be able to troubleshoot common problems related to IP Addressing. Before troubleshooting a network, you have ...

CCNA: Chapter 2-5 Route Summarization

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CCNA: Chapter 2-5 Route Summarization
You already know from the previous chapter that routers function by creating a table of all networks it knows about. This table is called the routing table and routers use routing protocols to tell each other about the networks they know of. As networks increase, so do the number of entries in a routing table. ...

CCNA: Chapter 2-3 Subnetting

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CCNA: Chapter 2-3 Subnetting
In case of class A and B IP addresses, each of them provides for a large number of hosts. For class A, the total numbers of hosts available are 224-2 or 16,777,216 hosts (class A has 24 bits available for host component and each bit can have two values – 0 and 1. Out of ...

CCNA: Chapter 2-2 Private and Public IP addresses

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CCNA: Chapter 2-2 Private and Public IP addresses
As you know already, every host on a network requires a unique IP address. This is easily manageable in a small network but not a network as large as the Internet. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is responsible for managing and distributing IP addresses. The IANA has created 5 address registrars in five locations ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-7 Summary

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CCNA: Chapter 1-7 Summary
Though this chapter was long, it helped lay the foundation of your CCNA networking knowledge. The importance of understanding every topic in this chapter cannot be stressed enough. I would strongly suggest going through the chapter again to reinforce the basics. The chapter started off with the importance of networks, basic network devices and network ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-6 Cisco 3 Layer Model

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CCNA: Chapter 1-6 Cisco 3 Layer Model
In a large organization it is common to see large and complicated networks consisting of many locations, devices, services, and protocols. It can be cumbersome to manage and troubleshoot such networks. In addition to that as technologies evolve, the network has to evolve also. Making changes to a complex network is often difficult. Cisco with ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-5 Ethernet Technologies and Cabling

07. September 2016 Cisco, Study Guides 0
CCNA: Chapter  1-5 Ethernet Technologies and Cabling
Ethernet in the term used for a family of standards that define the Network Access layer of the most common type of LAN used today. The various standards differ in terms of speeds supported, cable types and the length of cables. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is responsible for defining the various ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-4 TCP/IP Model

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CCNA: Chapter 1-4 TCP/IP Model
As mentioned earlier, the OSI reference model and the TCP/IP model are two open standard networking models that are very similar.  However, the latter has found more acceptance today and the TCP/IP protocol suite is more commonly used. Just like the OSI reference model, the TCP/IP model takes a layered approach. In this section we ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-3 OSI Reference Model

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CCNA: Chapter 1-3 OSI Reference Model
As discussed earlier, the OSI model was created to promote communication between devices of various vendors. It also promotes communication between disparate hosts such as hosts using different operating platforms (Windows, OSX, Linux, etc.). Remember that you are very unlikely to ever work on a system that uses protocols conforming to the OSI reference model.  ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-2 Networking Types

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CCNA: Chapter 1-2 Networking Types
As you know a network is a collection of devices connected together. Networks are further classified into various types depending on their size, expanse, security, purpose and many other parameters. While covering all these classifications is beyond the scope of the CCNA exam, there are two important network classifications that you need to know about ...

CCNA: Chapter 1-1 Introduction to Networks

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CCNA: Chapter 1-1 Introduction to Networks
Before you learn Cisco Internet working, it is important to understand what a network is and the importance of networks themselves. Simply put, a network is a collection of interconnected devices (such as computers, printers, etc.). To understand the importance of networks, let us look at how things worked before networks were created. For this, ...

Cisco SIAD Clock Status Change Syslog

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Cisco SIAD Clock Status Change Syslog cisco_siad#sh network-clocks cisco_siad#show platform hardware stratum all | i RTM cisco_siad#show ptp port cisco_siad#show interfaces status cisco_siad#show ip ospf nei cisco_siad#show ip ospf neighbor detail | inc up cisco_siad#show bfd neighbors cisco_siad#show int des cisco_siad#show ip int bri | e admin cisco_siad#show vers | in up cisco_siad#sh log