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March, 2016

GNS3 - RIP and RIPng TCP/IP Volume 1 Topology

[Networking Lab] RIP and RIPng configuration exercise (TCP/IP Volume 1)

Hi there! Yet another GNS3 laboratory for a bit of practice. This time I arranged the starting configuration to play with RIP and RIPng following the exercise found on TCP/IP Volume 1, Chapter 6. As always, let me provide you with the topology picture: This time the picture is also showing what are the configurations […]

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[Networking Lab] Static route and load sharing practising (TCP/IP Volume 1)

This GNS3 laboratory is a simple reproduction of the Configuration exercise number 3 of Chapter 3 (static routing) of the well known book TCP/IP Volume 1 for the CCIE professional development. I think it is a very good practice to review the configuration of static routes to achieve redundancy with utilization of floating static routes […]

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[Networking] Select a mask so that there will be a specific number of subnets and hosts available

This is mainly a reminder for myself and for who is working with subnetting and with the always arising question about how to work with subnets design. The question to answer today is: you are given a network and you are asked to find a netmask so that you will have a defined number of […]

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