America S Breadbasket Crystal Meth

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Methamphetamine is an addictive drug made in home labs. When taken by mouth, snorted, injected or smoked, it produces intense pleasure by releasing excessive amounts of the brain’s reward chemical – dopamine. The euphoria that it produces is longer lasting than even cocaine, and meth users are reluctant to give up this highly addictive central-nervous-system […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial Cabling Your Access Server

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A Cisco home lab is an invaluable study tool when you’re preparing for CCNA and CCNP exam success. Once you’ve gotten a couple of routers and switches, you’ll quickly get tired of moving that blue console cable every time you want to configure a different device. The solution to this problem is purchasing and configuring […]


Cisco Certification The Importance Of Building Your Own Home Lab

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CCNAs and CCNA candidates hear it all the time: “Get some hands-on experience”. From my personal experience climbing the Cisco certification ladder, I can tell you firsthand that there is no learning like hands-on learning. No simulator in the world is going to give you the experience you will get cabling and configuring your own […]


Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial Assembling Your Cisco Home Lab

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A CCNA or CCNP candidate who wants to be totally prepared for their exams is going to put together a home lab to practice on. With used Cisco routers and switches more affordable and plentiful then ever before, there’s really no excuse to not have one! With the many different models available, there is some […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial Buying And Configuring An Access Server

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A Cisco access server is generally the last item a CCNA or CCNP candidate has on their mind when they’re putting together a home lab. The thinking tends to be that since this router isn’t really doing anything in the production part of your practice lab, it’s not really important. Once you have more than […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial The Many Cable Types And Their Purposes

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One of the most common questions I get from CCNA and CCNP candidates who are setting up their own home labs is “What cables will I need?” The answer is “It depends.” As you know from your exam studies, the physical layout of your lab is what determines the cables you’ll need. Let’s take a […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Certification Exam Cabling Your Home Lab

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More CCNA and CCNP candidates than ever before are putting together their own home labs, and there’s no better way to learn about Cisco technologies than working with the real thing. Getting the routers and switches is just part of putting together a great CCNA / CCNP home lab, though. You’ve got to get the […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Why You Need An Isdn Simulator

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ISDN is a vital topic for today’s CCNA and CCNP candidates, especially for the ICND and Intro exams – you’ve got to know ISDN inside and out to pass those exams. Naturally you want to include it in your home lab. What many candidates don’t realize is that you can’t connect two Cisco routers directly […]


Cisco Certification A Survival Guide To The Cisco Cable Jungle

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One of the most confusing parts of beginning your Cisco studies is keeping all the cable types separate in your mind, and then remembering what they’re used for. This often occurs when a CCNA or CCNP candidate starts putting together their own home practice lab, and they suddenly realize that they have the equipment to […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Setup How To Configure Reverse Telnet

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Occasionally, during your CCNA and CCNP studies, you’ll run into a term that just doesn’t quite make sense to you. (Okay, more than occasionally!) One such term is “reverse telnet”. As a Cisco certification candidate, you know that telnet is simply a protocol that allows you to remotely connect to a networking device such as […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial Planning Ahead For Ie Study

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Candidates preparing to pass the CCNP exams are putting together Cisco home labs like never before. With CCNA and CCNP home lab equipment more affordable than ever, candidates have realized the importance of working on real Cisco routers and switches on the way to earning their certifications. One question I get often from CCNP candidates […]


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 […]


Thinking Outside The Books Homeschool Math Lab Days

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At a recent homeschool convention, I had the opportunity to speak to many moms about ways to think “Outside the Books”, when it comes to our homeschooling. I wasn’t advocating never using textbooks or changing programs, but rather, helping them see that there are many ways to “show what you know”. It is also important […]


Usb Ditibal Microscope

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A portable USB Digital Microscope that fits in the palm of your hand, providing remarkable picture and video quality. Effort-less USB plug and play setup and the easy to install software allows magnification 10X-200X with the ability to display & capture snapshots and movies on your PC. The microscope is detachable from the stand to […]