I have had an idea. I decided the best way to focus on the CCIE topics
to study for the written exam (and try and reign myself in from just
reading the "interesting" stuff!) is to aim for the exam topics...if I
know all of them, how can I fail?
Yep, I spell neighbour the British way. No, I don't do it in IOS. But I
should be able to. :)
While going over some OSPF stuff today, I found a statement saying that
OSPF network types have to match for routers for form a neighbour
relationship. Because I'm a nerd, I questioned this. My reason? I don't
remember OSPF network type being a field in …
of the most frustrating things about working with the IronPort proxy
servers is how difficult it is to view the log files. The logs are
stored on the proxy server in text files - these are often multiple
gigabytes in size - downloading takes an age, and opening them in
Windows is next to impossible.
Fortunately, if you SSH to the management interface of the proxy …
I encountered an issue recently while trying to allow access to a new
subnet over an existing VPN. The far end device was a Cisco router, and
had an access list matching an entire class A subnet which was applied
to the crypto map. The traffic destined for the new subnet was arriving
at our firewall, and showing in the logs as dropped, with the …
I recently had the need to upgrade the IOS on a Cisco switch (think it
was a 3750). As usual, the flash was too small so I needed to remove
(and archive/save) the old IOS before putting the new one on. A lot of
the images these days include HTML and other things, so are contained in
folders rather than a single file. So …
A post on techexams.net recently made me
look into parser views in more detail.
I read the section in the CCNA: Security Official Certification Guide
about them a while back (the entire one page of it), and never really
gave it much thought, but I was prompted by the post on the forum to
look into them in more detail.