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NetworkSherpa   DA: 20 PA: 20 MOZ Rank: 40

  • Cisco recently launched the 2800 and 3800 series 802.11ac wave-2 access points
  • The 3800 Datasheet quotes a theoretical maximum throughput of 5.2Gbps when operating in Dual 5GHz radio mode (2 x 2.6Gbps)
  • If you ran two cables to your AP you could use the second ethernet port to create a … 10G Transceivers   DA: 15 PA: 6 MOZ Rank: 22

  • - A quick overview of the four main types of 10Gbps fiber transceivers, and the fiber connectors they use   DA: 15 PA: 6 MOZ Rank: 23

  • Learn the correct terminology for your network equipment power cables

Response: Airflow Is Important – Terminology Is Key – The   DA: 16 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 69

  • Airflow is important terminology is key – The Network Sherpa
  • Greg is surprisingly passionate about treating people as humans working as profit-generating productivity tools instead of ‘fleshy IT robot cost centres'
  • Survived 25 years of Corporate IT across many verticals and tens of companies working on a wide range

OSPF Immediate Hello – Packet Flow   DA: 24 PA: 33 MOZ Rank: 61

  • The Network Sherpa discusses a bit more on this topic
  • Remember, this is dependent on implementation, luckily the Cisco router I am working on right now supports this kind of an implementation, this might not be applicable to your router
  • Who knows? Go, enable debugs and check it …

Sherpa Landscaping, LLC   DA: 19 PA: 41 MOZ Rank: 65

  • Our mission at Sherpa Landscaping, LLC, is to continue the growth of our business by doing right by all our clients
  • We love seeing that one of a kind smiles on a home owners face at the end of a project! Sherpa Landscaping, LLC, stacks up

How Much Are You Worth Per Hour   DA: 17 PA: 33 MOZ Rank: 56

  • [This content was originally published on] Have you ever sat at your desk repeating the same task again and again, getting that groundhog day feeling
  • Arrrghhh, this is so inefficient someone should automate this
  • I could even do it myself with five days of focussed work
  • Sadly, you don’t have five days and the only way

OSPF Summary Address Defaulting To Metric Of 16777215   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 76

  • OSPF Summary address defaulting to metric of 16777215
  • Running a cisco core network of 7206 routers (IOS 12.0 (7)T
  • The distribution routers are running RIPv2, so I'm redistributing these routes into the ospf network
  • The issue I have is that not all summary address's are appearing in the OSPF

Input And CRC Errors : Networking   DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 72

  • It was drilled into me that input and CRC errors are 99.9% hardware (cable/fiber, transceiver …

John Harrington Network Computing   DA: 24 PA: 23 MOZ Rank: 56

  • Network Architect John Harrington is a network engineer who loves network design, deployment and testing
  • He has designed and deployed enterprise, mobile telecoms and public cloud data center networks
  • He values efficient processes and business-driven networking
  • John enjoys sharing his mistakes, learnings, and insights on his blog The Network Sherpa and on Twitter.

Why Is OSPF LSA Type 4 Called Summary   DA: 25 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 85

  • Type 4 - ASBR-Summary LSA - this is needed because Type 5 External LSAs are flooded to all areas and the detailed next-hop information may not be available in those other areas
  • This is solved by an Area Border Router flooding the information for the router (i.e
  • the Autonomous System Boundary Router) where the type 5 originated.

Solved: Why P2p Link Is Showing As Transit Network   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 80

Solved: Why Type-2 LSA are propagated in between R1 and R5(Area 1)? here is my configuration R1#show ip ospf database OSPF Router with ID ( (Process ID 1) Router Link States (Area 0) Link ID ADV Router Age Seq# Checksum Link count

Building A Virtual Lab With Arista VEOS And VirtualBox   DA: 11 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 73

  • Click the little CD icon next to the pulldown, and choose Choose a Virtual CD/DVD Disk File from the list
  • Navigate to the location we created above, and choose the Aboot image for VirtualBox
  • In my examples, it is named Aboot-veos-virtualbox-2.0.6.iso and is located in the Users/GAD/VirtualBox VMs/AristaFiles/ folder.

Mikrotik L2-MTU Vs Switch Hardware MTU   DA: 18 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 45

  • Hardware MTU is probably used by manufacturers for marketing reasons, because its value is higher, but it is not useful and even very confusing for the end user that should concentrate about L2-MTU, like defined by Mikrotik
  • Even worse, Hardware MTU as advertised by some manufacturers is in accordance with nothing.

OSPF Convergence When A Link Failure   DA: 25 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 89

  • Hi, Could you please explain or point me to good resource where I can find best explanation
  • Because everywhere it is mentioned about LSDB synchronization during new adjacency formation but find very little articles what happens when a link goes down and how OSPF updates it to it's domain.

Why Is This Subnet Config Required By My Vlan "snake   DA: 36 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 35

  • The point of that port/VLAN chaining rig is that you want to force the switch to receive and send in port pairs
  • Normally, a switch would take the shortcut to the (final) destination port which you don't want - you prevent that by placing ports in different VLANs.

East West Segmentation With ACI   DA: 13 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 71

  • John Harrington of The Network Sherpa comments: In a typical workflow, the network engineer will ask the service owner which ports they require open, and they often don’t know
  • A wasteful and extended back-and-forth debate continues until the rule is deployed
  • The key challenge here is that the service owner owns the requirement but doesn’t know […]

Mapua Institute Of Technology   DA: 16 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 83

  • The Network Sherpa posted a video to playlist Networking Essentials 2.0
  • November 21, 2020 Learning guide to accomplish Lab Activity 3.3.4 Deploy and Cable Devices - Networking Essentials 2.0 # cisco # computernetworks # networkingessentials # datacommunications # introductiontonetworks

Stakeholder Board And Network – Project Sherpa   DA: 21 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 53

  • The Stakeholder Board, is a permanent body and an ongoing source of feedback for SHERPA
  • It comprises individuals who are thought leaders in the various areas of relevance to the project
  • The stakeholder board members will comment and contribute to all activities of the project
  • The Network of stakeholders, will be constituted by around 1000

RanDom TechZ   DA: 21 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 58

  • 82 likes · 4 talking about this
  • This page is all about providing you knowledgeable and interesting facts related to various technologies that exists all around the world

COS 461 Computer Networks Lecture 4: Hubs, Switches, And   DA: 20 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 90

COS 461 Computer Networks Lecture 4: Hubs, Switches, and Routers Kyle Jamieson Fall 2020

The Network: Sherpa For The Growing IT Enterprise   DA: 19 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 75

  • The Network: Sherpa for the Growing IT Enterprise
  • Network traffic analysis is the only way to keep a continuous eye on applications, servers, and systems during a datacenter migration
  • Learn how one company used the network to decrease troubleshooting time and cost by 85% during a post-acquisition migration! Register for the Webinar

Pocket Survival Guide   DA: 17 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 53

  • - "ipmitool cmd" on the machine itself, which doesn't go thru the network, and always work
  • - "ipmitool -H bmc.ip.addr cmd" to use the "lanplus" network interface, which will require working IP stack, and require for example for the bmc ip to …

Centreon & Nagios Event Handler For APC 9210 PDU   DA: 20 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 93

  • The following script can be used as an event handler script for Centreon or Nagios
  • You may need to change the directory where the log []

Reserved Internal Ip Ranges   DA: 27 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 86

  • Reserved Internal Address Ranges - NetworkSherpa › Most Popular Law Newest at Courses
  • Posted: (6 days ago) Jun 01, 2016 · If an appliance uses a reserved internal IP address range, the vendor has preallocated your address space to their node
  • This is a little cheeky in my view, but you still need to ask about this in the planning phase.

Rabiul Hasan   DA: 19 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 65

  • 0 How to Publish AVS Workloads on the Internet
  • Azure VMware Solution (AVS) is a VMware – validated private cloud solution, managed and maintained by Azure
  • It runs on dedicated, bare-metal Azure infrastructure
  • AVS allows customer s to manage and secure applications across both VMware environments and Microsoft Azure resources with a consistent operating framework.

Jumbo Frames   DA: 15 PA: 20 MOZ Rank: 61

  • Packets can be up to the MTU size, doesn't mean they always are
  • Likely you were just getting a lot of I/O that was sub ~8200 bytes and thus worked properly.

The Hardware Inside Your Network Device — EtherealMind   DA: 16 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 75

  • As part of the research I started a podcast series and roped in John Harrington aka The Network Sherpa and Simon Chatterjee who does the design of this hardware as a day job
  • We have published two shows and there is another one to come
  • I’ve received a lot of positive feedback from listeners the first show, far more than normal and this will

Ethernet Frame Size Mtu   DA: 13 PA: 25 MOZ Rank: 66

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Cleaning Your Optics   DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 93

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  • I'm spoiled by a business that lets me pay other people to solve many problems

Vendor Info   DA: 16 PA: 49 MOZ Rank: 95

  • MPLS service to transport mapping in SR OS and IOS XR
  • [ Karneliuk] TI-LFA (with Segment Routing) at SR OS and IOS XR
  • [ Karneliuk] IP/LDP FRR/LFA and remote LFA at SR OS and IOS XR
  • [ Karneliuk] Inter-AS VPN Option-C between SR OS and IOS XR

3 Suggestions For Network Automation   DA: 13 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 94

  • John Harrington of The Network Sherpa comments: Network automation is a hot topic right now
  • However, many of the automation solutions focus on edge-port provisioning
  • I can understand why vendors are chasing this niche; port-provisioning is a high-volume and error-prone activity
  • John takes a look at network automation and applies it to a great group of […]

The 80-20 Rule Of Analysis And Optimization   DA: 21 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 18

  • The 80-20 rule states that when you address the top 20% of your issues, you'll remove 80% of the pain
  • You need to judge its accuracy yourself, but I've found it to be uncannily accurate
  • The implications of this principle can take a while to sink it
  • On the positive side, it means you can make a significant impact if

MTU, Junos & Cisco, OSPF   DA: 20 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 91

  • Here’s a frustrating thing for people working with multiple hardware vendors: MTU sizing commands don’t match up
  • A coworker was having a hard time getting OSPF to come up between a cisco and juniper router, I was going to do a full post on it, but this guy has done it much better than I … Continue reading MTU, Junos & Cisco, OSPF →

Moving Ones & Zeros: Current Trends In DC Networking Series   DA: 27 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 16

  • Im kicking off a new series on various DC networking trends
  • All of these are technologies that are hot right now and I've been wanting to dig into deeper.

Moving Ones & Zeros: Abstracting The Network   DA: 27 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 100

I don't know deeply knowledge about this topic, but i know few concept like, Single link interstate data movement over 70 TB/day is the norm in our …

My CCIE Blog Just Another CCIE Blog   DA: 14 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 64

  • Non-Stop Forwarding (NSF): The ability of the forwarding plane to continue running “headless” if the control plane stops.NSF allows you to switch from a primary to a backup control plane without disrupting forwarding
  • The objective of NSR is to prevent, or at least minimize, the effect of broken peering sessions
  • A newer generation of NSR uses internal processes to keep the backup control

Recently Active 'subnet' Questions   DA: 36 PA: 24 MOZ Rank: 97

I have two devices which come up with default IP addresses: Device 1 - mask Device 2 - mask I can …

Max Mtu Size Jumbo Frame   DA: 13 PA: 26 MOZ Rank: 77

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Wireshark Lab 1 Solution   DA: 20 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 94

Wireshark Lab 1 Solution Technical Articles F5 DevCentral April 22nd, 2019 - We interact online every day here at DevCentral but it s especially nice

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