Tag Archives: TCP/IP

CompTIA Series: IPSec

This blog provides clarifying information related to IPSec as found on the CompTIA A+ and Security+ exams. For instructor-led CopmTIA training, see our complete schedule. Allow me to recap my goal with this series: Although CompTIA exams are heavily based upon the published exam objectives, CompTIA tends to expand target material by exposing candidates to … Continue reading CompTIA Series: IPSec

Restoring Your Original MAC Address with Intel Drivers in Windows

You probably already know that each network interface card (NIC) on a network must have a media access control (MAC) address. Each address must be unique to the network, and should be globally unique. You might have changed the MAC address on a system using the method I wrote about in a previous article. If … Continue reading Restoring Your Original MAC Address with Intel Drivers in Windows

Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method

See our class schedule for complete Course Schedule Training. Classes are held in Phoenix, AZ and can be attended online from anywhere in the world with RemoteLive™. Instructor: Rick Trader  Video Transcription: One of the things that we might have to do in our corporate network is to take a class of IP addresses and then subnet that into … Continue reading Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method