Communicating To The Subconscious Mind

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An embedded command is a technique used to communicate to the conscious mind while also sending a message to the subconscious mind. The idea is to actually bypass the conscious mind and communicate directly to the subconscious mind. Embedded commands are commonly used in marketing and advertising. Embedded commands are hidden suggestions within written or […]


Linux Or Windows Which Is It

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Computer users and programmers have become so accustomed to using Windows, even for the changing capabilities and the appearances of the graphical interface of the versions, therefore it has remained Microsoft’s product. Although, Lycoris, Red Hat, Mandrake, Suse, Knoppix, Slackware and Lindows make up some of the different versions of LINUX. These companies release their […]


Taking Ctrl 20 Keyboard Shortcuts

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There may be times when it is simply inconvenient to use the click of your mouse for a specific command or even for an entire working session on your computer. Believe it or not, repeated clicking of the mouse can cause physical pain and nerve damage in hands, wrists, arms, shoulders or even the neck […]


Unix Signals

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Unix signals are initiated either by running programs, computer administrators, or operators. One example of a signal is the SIGHUP signal, which is sent to the internet to instruct the Internet Daemon, also known as inetd, to repeat reading the Daemon’s configuration file. To interrupt the Daemon’s currently running process (ID, or PID), key in […]


Ccnp Certification Bcmsn Exam Tutorial Server Load Balancing Slb

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When you’re working on your BCMSN exam on your way to CCNP certification, you’ll read at length about how Cisco routers and multilayer switches can work to provide router redundancy – but there’s another helpful service, Server Load Balancing, that does the same for servers. While HSRP, VRRP, and CLBP all represent multiple physical routers […]


Cisco Ccnp Bsci Exam Tutorial Ospf Router Types

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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. One set of details that some BSCI and CCNP candidates underestimate are the differences between the OSPF router […]


Cisco Certification Learning To Navigate Cisco S Online Documentation

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When studying for your Cisco CCNA, CCNP, or CCIE exam, you’ve got a powerful online weapon at your disposal. It’s Cisco Connection Documentation, found at www.cisco.com/univercd. This site contains product, code, and protocol documentation for all Cisco products. Many exam candidates really don’t start using this powerful tool until they’re studying for their more advanced […]


Cisco Ccnp Bsci Exam Tutorial Ten Ip Routing Details You Must Know

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To pass the BSCI exam and earn your CCNP, you’ve got to keep a lot of details in mind. It’s easy to overlook the “simpler” protocols and services such as static routing and distance vector protocols. With this in mind, here’s a quick review of some details you should know for success in the exam […]


Cisco Ccnp Bsci Exam Tutorial Using The Ospf Command Area Range

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Your BSCI and CCNP exam success depends on knowing the details, and one such detail is knowing the proper way to summarize routes in OSPF. Route summarization is not just a test of your binary conversion abilities, but knowing where and when to summarize routes. It will not surprise any CCNA or CCNP certification candidate […]


Cisco Ccna Certification Exam Five Frame Relay Details You Must Know

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When you’re studying for your CCNA exam on the way to earning this coveted Cisco certification, the details can seem overwhelming! In this article, I’ll point out five Frame Relay details that you must keep in mind when you’re on your way to the CCNA exam! Inverse ARP starts working as soon as you open […]


Cisco Ccna Exam Tutorial Directly Connected Serial Interfaces

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To pass the CCNA exam, you’ve got to master quite a few services and routing protocols that may be new to you. Between RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, and switching, there are hundreds of details you’ve got to absorb! It’s easy to spend all your time on those topics and not pay proper attention to “easier” […]


Configuring Basic Cisco Router Security

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Network security is a hot topic today, and will only increase in importance in the months and years ahead. While most of the attention is paid to exterior threats, there are some steps you can take to prevent unwanted Cisco router access from within your organization. Whether you want to limit what certain users can […]


Four Important Commands For Your Ccna Ccnp Home Lab

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More CCNA and CCNP candidates than ever before are putting together their own home practice labs. It’s more affordable than it ever has been, and I receive emails daily from new CCNAs and CCNPs who say it’s the best thing they could have done to improve their studies. There are some commands you can configure […]


Cisco Ccnp Bcsi Exam Tutorial Broadcasts And The Ip Helper Address Command

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While routers accept and generate broadcasts, they do not forward them. This can be quite a problem when a broadcast needs to get to a device such as a DHCP or TFTP server that’s on one side of a router with other subnets on the other side. If a PC attempts to locate a DNS […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Exam Tutorial Five Debugs You Must Know

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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. While you should never practice debug commands on a production network, it’s important to get some hands-on experience with them and not rely on […]


Cisco Ccna Certification Exam Tutorial Dns And The Ip Name Server Command

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DNS behaviors of a Cisco router are important topics for both the CCNA exam and real-world production networks, and you probably didn’t know there were so many DNS details before you began studying for the exam! In this tutorial, we’ll look at the ip name-server command and its proper usage. When a command is mistyped […]


Cisco Ccna Exam Tutorial Igrp And Equal Cost Load Balancing

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To pass the CCNA exam, you’ve got to know the role of the bandwidth command with IGRP and EIGRP and when to use it. In this tutorial, we’ll configure IGRP over a frame relay hub-and-spoke network using the following networks: R1 (the hub), R2, and R3 are running IGRP over the 172.12.123.0 /24 network. This […]