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CCIE notes – Security part 2

Layer 3 Security   Recommendation 1. Enable secure Telnet access to a router and use SSH 2. Enable SNMP security, adding SNMPv3 support 3. Turn off unnecessary services on the router platform 4. Turn on logging to provide on audit trail 5. Enable protocol authentication 6. Enable CEF   General Layer3 Security Considerations 1. Smurf […]

CCIE notes – Security part 1

Router & Switch Device Security – to encrypt passwords with the following command #service password-encryption – “#no service password-encryption” – does not automatically decrypt the password. It waits until a new password is added. – #enable secret – encrypts the password as md5 – #enable password – type 7 password – #username password <pass> – […]

CCIE notes – MPLS

Below are some notes from my CCIE written. Hope you enjoy them   MPLS IP Forwarding: Data Plane – MPLS routers inject (push) or remove (pop) or forwards packets based on labels – MPLS relies on the CEF while expanding the logic and data structures as well   LSR (Label Switch Router) – any router […]

CCIE Security v4 Blueprint is out

Well, It seems that Cisco launched the CCIE Security new lab blueprint. Links to both the new v4 blueprint and v4 hardware/software equipment list, as well as a more detailed checklist for studying: CCIE Security v4 Blueprint CCIE Security v4 Equipment List CCIE Security v4 Checklist Hope you guys are not far with your CCIE […]

INE CCNA Voice – Free

Hi, It seems that ine.com is offering the CCNA:Voice track videos free of charge! Thas is great new for everybody, and i always wanted to take a look at their videos, as they are pretty good. Here is the link to the free CCNA videos: link   Have fun!