Run this test on your home IP address for a day or two, and then look at the charts, once you have them and they show a lot of packet loss, thats all the proof you'll need right there.
Hello all, I hope I have the right forum for this.
So here is the scenario:
I have to dial into a conference soon. I have the option of using a regular phone, but I'd like to use my PC if possible. I have my laptop hooked up to my landline, it can dial out just fine. (In fact I can call my...
THAT CHAIR. I MUST HAVE IT. Where did you find that?
Edit: Might as well post mine while I'm in here: (Sorry, its a crappy cellphone pic.)
The other PC you see in this pic is now in my Entertainment center and I am using both monitors on my main rig.
I really need to go with some 24"s, screen...
10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.25
172.16.0.0 - 188.8.131.52
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
These are IPs used internally, basically within your home or organization.
When you're talking about the internet and "connecting to you", you generally want to give them your router's WAN IP...
So even though its multicast, the hub would have to send 3 individual streams to 3 spokes and use x3 bandwidth on its end? I thought it would just be one stream from the hub to the 3 individual destinations?
Think about it this way:
You have two routers that lead to the end networks 192.168.x.x
You have end networks off R1 that is 192.168.0.0 /24 & 192.168.1.0 /24
You have end networks off R2 that is 192.168.2.0 /24 & 192.168.3.0 /24
When the routes are advertised to the WAN they both...
The first one is usually when you have a point to multipoint or point to point without the use of sub-interfaces.
The second one is if you are doing a frame relay connection via the hub of the frame-relay network is using sub interfaces i.e.:
Physical interface Serial 0/0 - uses no...
When I worked at an internet provisioning company, the manager insisted on a CCNA because he knew that to get it required a good amount of knowledge of networking and the concepts, we had no Cisco stuff in the work at all. It was all HP, and Dell stuff.
LOL a 5 computer small business and they had 3560s? Someone must either have a really bad IT guy or some deep pockets. For 5 PCs a simple router and a switch will do fine. Those are more for like large businesses with tons of users, those features are more for when you're dealing with larger...
Some kits on e-bay are nice, some of them are rip-offs.
Some of them will come with tons of learning material though.
However if you already have your learning material and just need a lab, buy the stuff separately. You'll end up saving $$$ that way. Some people also seem to sell cable...
I was working at an internet provisioning company and I brought down an entire exposition wing of internet access during an event. It was servicing about 200 customers that were paying $1000's to use the internet that weekend simply because when I was messing with DHCP settings on a router I...
I would honestly have a colonoscopy over a Dynex. We carried Dynex 480Watts in our store, we sold about ~15 of them and 10 of them came back bad. They were so light you couldn't even bludgeon someone to death with it.
NAT and ACLs are the hardest for me at the moment. STP, once you comb over the concept carefully and lab it out, do debugs, etc, it becomes an easy concept to grasp.
Yes IP routing is pretty easy its just "ip route to get here + subnet mask go here, or go out here"
RIP is basically "the routing...
Check your IP addressing scheme. Make sure they are all using the same subnet like 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.254 not one router using 192.168.1.1 as LAN and the other 192.168.0.1 and then configuring alternate gateways on the AP router.
Make sure only one router is dishing out IP address. If the...
Its hard, no trick questions, very detailed, study the questions carefully. Just study the stuff, and make sure you have a clear understanding of everything. And grow a third testicle, you'll need it after the test rips one off.
There is an awesome table there that is easy to memorize to write down and you can keep referencing it during your test and you'll basically be able to do sail through any subnetting question.
Its not "hijacking" your connection, its busy using it and uses a hook and windows thinks its another user trying to use it so it will stop you from using it. Just tell the software to stop using your connection and you can DC it.