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VLAN Access Lists Lab#01

| June 23rd, 2010 | 8 Comments »

You can learn all you want about ACL's until you're blue in the face, but what if the traffic never traverses an interface? How do you control traffic within a VLAN? That's where VACL's come in. VLAN access-lists can handle packets within a VLAN since there are no actual IN/OUT direction to be applied as you ...

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Securing a Trunk

| June 16th, 2010 | No Comments »

Here's another lab from Dave Hucaby. As always, please try to do them yourself before looking at the possible answers below: http://dhucaby.wordpress.com/2010/06/15/scenario-2-securing-a-trunk/ Dave's original question: Today’s scenario involves securing a trunk between two switches… A user PC A is located on Switch A with the interface configuration shown in the diagram below. A different user PC X is located ...

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NIC Bonding with Openfiler 2.3(Final Release)

| November 21st, 2009 | 6 Comments »

Today I've decided to test Openfiler's 2.3 NIC bonding feature. (Active Backup) I won't get into how to configure and setup Openfiler as there are many articles on how to do that, as well as it's a piece of cake.  If you consider yourself a network admin of any kind, you'll breeze through the 1-2-3 setup/configuration. ...

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