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NAT/PAT

The planning and configuration of Network Address Translation/Port Address Translation is similar for security device as a router. Define your internal IP address space to translate. This will help with choosing the right network translation scheme for your application. You

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Hairpinning

I have found myself asking when and where would this be useful? What architectures or campus designs would this be implemented? The idea is that you can route traffic from the same interface it came in on is similar to

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Making your startup configuration

I have a helpful tip for those of you in your final weeks of review for you Cisco test. Creating a baseline start up configuration is helpful to speed up your labs and allow you to work on learning the

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SWITCH Poll

Posted in Skill Development, The Legend of Doug

Setting up lab hardware

So you have already read my equipment research guide and got some gear. What next? Its time to install your network equipment. Once you complete this simple exercise, you will understand the phrase “rack and stack”. First install the rail

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Cisco ASA

In my quest to gain more skills outside of certification tracks, I recently bought what I think is a must have book for Cisco firewall basics- I am have been reading this book on the train to and from work

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