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It’s that time of year when we throw out the old, acquire some new, clean up what exists and organize what remains. Historically, the concept of spring cleaning has been applied to our houses, but moving forward it should also…
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Launch of GigWag.com is start of future of freelance Gig projects. This website creates connection between Gig providers and customers. The site recently launched as of 2019 and it’s free to post a Gig and contact a provider. The site…
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How to create and apply Cisco Extended Access List

Access list a rule that filters a traffic going through a router interface. Unlike Standard Access List, Extended Access List permits or denies traffic based on source, destination, port, or service. You would normally apply Extended Access List on the…
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How to create and apply Cisco Standard Access List (ACL)

Access List (ACL) is rule that filters a network traffic incoming to router interface or outgoing from a router interface. Each ACL’s rules tell the router which packets to discard, and which to permit. Standard Access list filters the traffic…
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How to configure static route on Cisco router

Static route is form of routing protocol used to route or link up different networks on a router. It’s a manual entry on the router configuration that sends traffic to specific network to a known route. All static routes must…
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Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP)

IGP – Interior Gateway Protocol is used to exchange routing information between multiple routers in Autonomous System (single organization network). It consists group of other routing protocols such as Open Shortest Path (OSPF), Routing Information Protocol (RIP), Intermediate System to…
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Extend Trace Route (Tracert)

Trace Route is command based tool that is widely used to trace the data path to the destination device. For example, to check the path from my router to spidertip.com. I would type trace rout spidertip.com and that would show…
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How Extended Ping works

The ping (Packet InterNet Groper) command is a handy tool that is widely used to troubleshoot connectivity between two networked devices. It uses ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) to send query to remote device and generate echo replies. The regular…
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