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7 Persuasive Tips From Semalt On How To Avoid Catching Malware

img src=’http://spidertip.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Internet.jpg’ It would not be wrong to say that the internet has made our lives easy. It is one of the best creations and connects us with our friends and family members across the globe. Accessing information and communicating…
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Stacking Cisco Switches – Useful commands

Switch stacking is process of combining two or more switches into single switch by using special cable called Stacking-cable and connecting them through their StackWise ports. Stacked switches become single unit switch. TO build a stcking, the OIS must be…
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VTP Prunning is way to reduce broadcast traffic going to unnecessary switches on your LAN especially when VTP is enabled. To enable VTP Prunning on your Cisco switch, use the commands below: SW03#conf t Enter configuration commands, one per line.…
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How to Configure VTP (VLAN Trunking Port Protocol)?

VTP or VLAN Trunking Protocol is a protocol to automatically propagates VLAN configurations across the switches on your LAN. The main benefit of using VTP is to distribute VLAN database on all switches. Ideally the only manual thing you would…
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Show Cisco Switch Trunk Ports

A trunk-port is a port configured to pass frames including broadcast frames through multiple VLAN switches. Its main purpose is to carry multi-vlan traffic through single port using unique identifying tags. You could use universal 802.1Q protocol or Cisco proprietary…
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How to create Inter-VLAN using single physical router interface

This is instructions consists three components required to setup Inter-VLAN using a single physical router interface “router-on-the-stick”. Step 1: Configure your router for the Inter-VLAN using F0/1 In this example, we are create VLANs consisting three Subnets of 192.168.2.0/26. First…
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Route summarization or supernetting is process of reducing number of routes on a router by summarizing similar networks into single subnet. For example, the four networks below have a range of IP addresses from 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.3.255. 10.0.0.0/24 10.0.1.0/24 10.0.2.0/24…
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