If you have your mind set on obtaining Cisco certification, keep in mind that a major Treadstone upgrade was announced at Cisco Live 2019. As of February 24, 2020, the requirements for various certifications will change. This article lists the changes which impact mainly CCNA and CCNP candidates. There is a link at the end … Continue reading Cisco CCNA and CCNP Certification Update 2019 – 2020
As I promised last time, I will be providing more updates regarding the differences between the previous CCNA track and the new CCNA Routing and Switching track announced by Cisco on March 26th. One of the major differences is that the revised track will include lecture and lab on the topic of Etherchannel, or port … Continue reading Changes to the ICND1 Curriculum from Cisco! Etherchannel Port Aggregation
In this DrillBit™ Video, Cisco Instructor Mark Jacob shows how to take an existing Cisco router and make it your own. Mark recommends that students should purchase existing Cisco hardware and setup a practice environment of their own. In this video, Mark shows you how to wipe the config files of a previously installed Cisco … Continue reading Video – Cisco CCNA Training: How to wipe the configuration on your router
Clearing out a Cisco switch configuration is always a pain because VLANs are kept in a seperate file from the startup-config (NVRAM). There's two ways to clear a switch back to the factory defaults – the easy way and the REALLY easy way: The easy way – Switch# write erase Switch# delete flash:vlan.dat Switch# reload … Continue reading Completely Clearing a Cisco Switch…The Easy Way!