This topic is of interest to readers who are desiring their Network Plus certification, or those who just like to tinker with network settings (in a safe and approved environment) and observe the results. In this blog, I will delve … Continue Reading
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If you are reaching for your CCNA R&S certification, you probably already know that configuring NAT is on the list of stuff to know. In the CCNA world, this is accomplished using dynamic NAT, or NAT pools, as one solution, … Continue Reading
Have you had a chance to build some projects in the new rev of GNS3? If you have not done so yet, I would highly recommend heading over to GNS3 and downloading it. In this blog I will presume that you … Continue Reading