The author and poet Maya Angelou said "Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.". Well that is certainly what we have attempted to do with the CCIE Voice Deep Dive self-paced Class on Demand series - that is to bring the human instructional voice element to infuse deeper meaning to what is already fantastic Cisco Documentation. Anyone that has set out and determined to undertake the task of studying for and ultimately passing... Read More
Hello all! Writing to you from the 2009 Networkers Conference in San Fran. I hope all readers around the world are well today and feeling the buzz about Cisco technologies. Read More
On June 15, 2009, the CCIE Security Lab Exam receives the new Core Knowledge section. To help prepare students for this critical new lab exam component, the CCIE Security Core Knowledge Simulation is now available for purchase. Read More
One of my student friends from Cisco RTP suggested a great weekly addition to our blog - a sample task from a Mock Lab to challenge the blog faithful. Cool idea! Love it! To not spoil your fun when taking our Mock Labs, these tasks have been written special so that there is no carryover. Read More
The rest of volume 1 version 5 is coming... I promise! :) QoS is next, and trust me, it is well worth the wait. Click here for a preview of the be-all and end-all of QoS documents, and you'll see why it's taking me so much time for a final tech edit! ;) Read More
Note: The following post is an excerpt from the full QoS section of IEWB-RS VOL1 version 5. Peak shaping may look confusing at first sight; however, its function becomes clear once you think of oversubscription. As we discussed before, oversubscription means selling customers more bandwidth than a network can supply, hoping that not all connections would use their maximum sending rate at the same time. With oversubscription, traffic contract usually specifies three parameters: PIR, CIR and Tc –... Read More
For the benefit of those who do not have access to the lab below is the task and the diagram: Read More
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