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Taking Your First Cisco Certification Exam
You've studied hard; you've practiced your configurations; you've used your flash cards over and over again; and finally, the big day is here.
Posted:2007-07-13, 1965 views

Cable types you will need for your home lab
When you're putting your CCNA and/or CCNP home lab together, you're not just buying routers and switches you're creating a blueprint for success.
Posted:2010-12-25, 1892 views

Prefix Notation
When you're preparing to pass the CCNA exam and earn this coveted Cisco certification, you've got to be totally prepared for the many kinds of binary and subnetting questions Cisco may throw at you.
Posted:2011-02-20 , 916 views

Why Do We Need Private Address Ranges?
When you''re studying to pass the CCNA, you''re introduced to "private addresses", the address ranges formally referred to as RFC 1918 Private Addresses.
Posted:2008-01-18, 1876 views

OSPF Router Types
When you''re preparing to pass the BSCI exam on the way to the coveted Cisco CCNP certification, you can be quickly overwhelmed by the sheer amount of BGP and OSPF knowledge you must demonstrate a mastery of.
Posted:2008-07-20, 1922 views

Recover Password of a Cisco Switch
We've all done it - Forgotten or misplaced a password.
Posted:2009-12-28, 2488 views

Five debug commands to know
To pass the BSCI exam and move one step closer to CCNP certification success, you've got to know how and when to use debug commands to troubleshoot and verify network operations.
Posted:2010-12-25 , 1847 views

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