In a continuation of my recent IPv6 blog post regarding netsh How to enable IPv6 addresses on your Windows box using netsh, I have a couple more commands to share that I find useful. If you are a networking professional... Continue reading →
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If you are working at achieving a Network Plus career certification, you may be considering attending an Instructor Led Training (ILT) event. If that is the case, you may be exploring more than one virtualization solution in order to build... Continue reading →
Since something related to networking is my usual topic of choice, with a magnifying glass on Cisco-specific targets, it may seem odd to see the word ‘Windows’ in my title. However, since its progress is inexorable and its arrival is unstoppable, … Continue Reading
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