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Written CCIE RS Passed

Hey mates! Firstly just I wanted to say that I left the blog 6 months because I had to used my spare time to study so hard my Written CCIE R&S. And now I can say that I passed last … Seguir leyendo

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DMVPN

Currently I am working deploying & testing DMVPN tunnels and their features like IPSec or QoS and I hope to have a DMVPN environment working with certificates. Furthermore, I can take the advantage of my CCIE notes about DMVPN that … Seguir leyendo

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MPLS VPN & Extended Community

Here are the weekly challenge from CCIE R&S. One of the hardest tips of CCIE is to understand so clear how works the attribute Cost Community. During this week we’ll focus on this lab: Cost Community: The idea behind the … Seguir leyendo

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OSPF LAB EVE-NG

Hello folks, I beign the EVE-NG section with a big&awesome topology where you will check all feature that brings us OSPF like: LSA Throttling LSA Types: Router LSA, Network LSA, Net Summary, ASBR Summary, External, NSSA… LSA filter tweaking timers … Seguir leyendo

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Road to CCIE

Hello networking nerds! After to think accurately concerning my road map I have decided to prepare the CCIE R&S. I think that will be good way to acquire more knowledge and extend my current netoworking concepts. From now on, I … Seguir leyendo

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OSPF Sham-Link

After being puzzled over the OSPF Sham-link issue I thought that would be interesting share my knowledge acquired: Goals: Used when same customer has MPLS & backdoor link between a couple of offices. Remember the types of OSPF routes: Intra-area … Seguir leyendo

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PIM-BiDir

Today we’ll share how works PIM-BiDir. Nutshell PIM BiDir is used when exists a couple of sources and many receivers. Only support Shared Path Tree (*,G) Instead of using RPF check it will use Designated Forwarder to avoid loops. There … Seguir leyendo

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