Binary numbers, ones and zeros — the language of computers. The entire Network Engineering industry can be diluted to having a goal of simply carrying those ones and zeros between two computers. In this video,… Read More »Binary Numbers — Counting and Converting
I just published my second course on Udemy. This one covers the full depth of how to configure and verify Network Address Translation on Cisco ASA and Cisco ASAx Firewalls. This course has three modules:… Read More »NAT on Cisco ASA and ASAx Firewalls – Udemy Course
Hey everyone. I published my first course on Udemy. You can access it at a discount with this link: This course has two modules: The first module will teach you Everything there is to know… Read More »NAT on Cisco IOS Routers – Udemy Course
Recently, I got a chance to play around with some features of Cisco IP SLA and wanted to share a few things I learned. Namely, how to use a Cisco Router to generate mock traffic… Read More »Cisco IP SLA — Using a Cisco Router to generate traffic
Whenever possible, Routers should have multiple paths (or routes) to get to a target network — this is a key component for network resiliency. Which means Routers routinely compare routes to choose one preferred path… Read More »Route Precedence — How does a Router choose its preferred path?