Nov
19
NFP: Control Plane is the third of 8 modules in this CCNA Security certification curriculum. Network Foundation Protection is a security framework that provides with strategies to protect three functional areas of a device: Management Plane, Control Plane, and Data Plane. In this course we will focus on the Control Plane functionality and we will look at topics such as MAC address table, CAM table overflow, VTP, CDP, routing protocol authentication (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP), BGP TTL-Security,... Read More
Nov
06
Many people think that the network is static just like the roads they drive to work on, always physically there and never changing or improving. Like a road handles all types of vehicles, our network needs to be fast enough to handle high-speed traffic applications, such as video streaming and video conferencing, while also being robust enough to handle extra-large data files for everything from documents, to 3D printing, to CNC machine instructions. Our network needs to work with small IoT... Read More
Jul
05
We've just added a new Network Automation course, Network Automation with Ansible (v2), to our video library! Read More
Jun
08
Course Title: The Full Stack Engineer's Guide to Network Programmability with Python Course Duration: 30 hrs 33 min   The Full Stack Engineer's Guide to Network Programmability with Python will provide learners with an inductive and comprehensive introduction to the Python programming language to include the various data types, control flow structures, functions, methods, classes, objects, reading and writing files, data storage using MySQL, and regular expressions. We will also cover on- and... Read More
Jan
08
By adjusting the hello/dead timers you can make non-compatible OSPF network types appear as neighbors via the "show ip ospf neighbor" but they won't become "adjacent" with each other.  OSPF network types that use a DR (broadcast and non-broadcast) can neighbor with each other and function properly.  Likewise OSPF network types (point-to-point and point-to-multipoint) that do not use a DR can neighbor with each other and function properly.  But if you mix DR types with non-DR types they will not... Read More

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