Category Archives: Cisco Networking
If you, like me, find that you are struggling with all the Cisco nutty details that you are required to learn from heart for your exam, then of course having a mnemonic can help you achieve just that. So I … Continue reading
When calculating DeciBels, bear in mind that it is always a comparative number, eg output as compared to input power. This can be used to compare aerial’s etc. Here are examples of typical dB values: 0dB = same power 3dB = 2 * power … Continue reading
Note: this setup is probably the WORST documented peace of Open Source software I have come across and all forums times I have found on it are of people struggling with it. So here goes.. “how do I use Freeradius as … Continue reading
0. First make you have a working FreeRadius server running and all is jolly. For details, see my previous post “To configure a freeradius server for a cisco switch”. 1. On the FreeRadius server, add a Dot1X Port-user in /etc/freeradius/users … Continue reading
For some reason or another.. I never came across a simple overview of the different OSPF areas. So I made one.. if you like it (or NOT!) feel free to respond.
If you were under the impression that only Juniper has a nice revision system for archiving configurations… think again and behold a not very well known feature in IOS: configuration archiving…
This document introduces a nice features in IOS that is not very commonly know: a time domain reflectometer functionality on the SwitchPorts!