Posts Tagged ‘CCDP’
Let’s just get down to business, we all use it but few of us understand what any of it means. The documentation is a little, well, complicated for some people so I aim to give you a better understanding of the Cisco configuration register, also known as the config register or config-reg. Read the rest of this entry »
Spanning-tree is the red headed step child of networking and I firmly believe it is not spanning-trees fault, I blame ignorance of the engineer. Spanning-tree is a tool and like any tool it is typically designed with a specific purpose; however, like most tools in life, you can apply the tool against something else not intended to get desired results. The ignorance people have for spanning-tree causes a lot of issues on networks I have had to resolve in the past and they were relatively easy to resolve. I will explain the single most forgotten configuration parameter: bridge priority: Read the rest of this entry »
If you are working with the Nexus NX-OS and you want to redistribute static routes into EIGRP you MUST use route-maps. See below on how to use these in Nexus.
While I never recommend the use of Superscopes as they are usually relevant to a bad network design. I know that sometimes networks are inherited and not the fault of the person having to perform this action;thus, I am going to provide a lean set of steps to configure this assuming you know your way around Microsoft DHCP server and have a few requirements met: Read the rest of this entry »