Hello Everyone! I hope everyone is doing well and is stomping out all of certification exams 1-by-1. As for me, I’m moving slow, but with great momentum – if that even makes sense. I haven’t posted in a long long while, but since then all you need to know is I failed my SWITCH exam [...]
How are we doing? So! As for me, I’ve beat the deadline for my CCNA expiration as well as the BSCI deadline! Wohoo! Very happy to say the least. Right now I’m working on SWITCH and hope to have this completed by the end of September.. There is a new site online that took the [...]
I just arranged this lab I used when I was studying for CCNP, I hope someone will find it useful. We have a 2 distribution blocks network linked with the core layer; all elements are dual linked to the upstream layer for redundancy. Block 1 has L3 access switches, running EIGRP as stub routers. Distribution [...]
Came across a post online that I thought would help those who have been through the problem and upset of losing VLAN configurations once a router in GNS3 or Dynamips is reloaded. This post explains how to prevent this from happening. ok, when you restart your Router or you turn off the GNS3, the VLAN [...]
Hey we have yet another great lab from a contributor. His name is Pierky and this is one great lab .. You can also post your labs by sending them to me or by creating an account or making the post yourself and I will approve it once its complete .. I’m working on CCNP [...]
So Josh (BlindHog) came around with part 2 pretty quick. As per the his blog This is part two of my gns3 switching tutorial series. In part 1, you learned how to use a 16 port network module (NM-16ESW) to simulate many features of a Cisco switch. In this tutorial, you will learn how to [...]
In case you have had a look at our Topology: VLAN Trunking GNS3 Lab – 802.1Q – Router On A Stick & need some help with configurations have a look over at BlindHog. As per BlindHog: In this tutorial, you will learn how to build a Cisco switching lab … even though GNS3 cannot emulate [...]
This is a lab testing VLAN trunking, subinterfaces, router on a stick and 802.1q (DOT1Q) using 3640 routers as routers using the NM-16ESW module. The PCs are also 3640 routers. Routers Used: 3640 w/ NM-16ESW modules IOS: c3640-jk9s-mz.124-16a Feature of Topology: VLAN testing. Router On A Stick / Subinterfaces. Communicating with VLANs VIA the DOT1Q trunking protocol.