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  • Leverage Used Cisco Equipment to Reduce Costs, Minimize Downtime
    Network managers are turning to the secondary equipment market for used Cisco equipment as an extra measure of protection from disasters and downtime. The daunting task of ensuring uninterrupted access to networks with fully-redundant Cisco equipment con-figurations has proven beyond the reach of budget-constrained IT departments. As a result many companies have resorted to protecting only Cisco routers and switches at the network core, leaving Read More...
  • Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab Tutorial: Planning Ahead For IE Study
    Candidates preparing to pass the CCNP exams are putting together Cisco home labs like never before. With CCNA and CCNP home lab equipment more affordable than ever, candidates have realized the importance of working on real Cisco routers and switches on the way to earning their certifications. One question I get often from CCNP candidates is goes something like this: "I'm planning on pursuing the CCIE after I get my CCNP. What kind of routers a Read More...
  • Cisco CCNP / BCMSN Exam Tutorial: Switches, QoS, And Ciscos Networking Model
    QoS is a big topic on your BCMSN and CCNP exams, and for good reason. As more and more traffic flows through today's networks, accurately applying QoS to both your routers and switches becomes more important. Note the phrase "accurately applying". You must have a plan in place before you start configuring QoS on your switches, and to create such a plan you should use Cisco's Three-layer Hierarchical Model. This model breaks switches down into Read More...
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