Cisco Ccnp Bsci Exam Tutorial The Passive Interface Command And Ospf

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To pass the BSCI exam and become a CCNP, you have to be aware of the proper use of passive interfaces. You learned about passive interfaces in your CCNA studies, but here we’ll review the basic concept and clear up one misconception regarding passive interfaces and OSPF. Configuring an interface as passive will still allow […]


Cisco Ccna Certification Exam Tutorial Configuring Dialer Profiles

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The most common method of configuring ISDN is with dialer maps, but dial information can also be configured on a logical interface. To pass the CCNA exam, you must know how to configure and troubleshoot both dialer maps and dialer profiles. Dialer Profiles allow different dialing information to be configured onto logical interfaces. The logical […]


Cisco Ccna Exam Tutorial Loopback Interfaces

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As a CCNA candidate, you most likely have some background in PC hardware and workstation support. If so, you’re already familiar with loopback interfaces, particularly 127.0.0.1, the loopback address assigned to a PC. When you’re learning all about the different physical interfaces for your CCNA exam – serial, ethernet, and BRI, among others – there’s […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial The 2501 Router

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To be truly prepared for your CCNA and CCNP exams, you need real hands-on experience with real Cisco routers and switches. However, a production network is a really bad place to practice your configurations, but an excellent way to get fired and/or sued. The key to becoming a true CCNA and CCNP is assembling your […]