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Basic Data Transmission in Networks: MAC Tables and ARP Tables
By Sean Wilkins
May 12, 2015
Bombarded with jargon, no wonder networking beginners get lost. Sean Wilkins, co-author of CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Network Simulator, explains some crucial terminology for anyone who needs to understand complex networking.
Basic Initial Router Configuration
By Sean Wilkins
Jan 24, 2012
There are a number of basic things that need to be configured on a Cisco router before it can be used for its primary function (routing). While this article cannot contain all of the possible configuration permutations, it will give you the general configuration steps used.
Basic Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) Concepts and Configuration
By Sean Wilkins
Jun 29, 2011
This article looks at the current IOS device based network intrusion prevention system (NIPS).
Basic IOS Configuration and Basic Serial WAN Connectivity
Nov 21, 2005
Basic IOS Configuration and Basic Serial WAN Connectivity
Mar 22, 2004
Basic Layer 3 Routing Concepts
By Sean Wilkins
Oct 6, 2015
How does a message get from point A to point B on a network? Though the question may seem simple, the process isn't. Sean Wilkins, co-author of CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Network Simulator, discusses how basic packet routing works.
Basic NAT Concepts and Configuration
By Sean Wilkins
Jul 6, 2011
This article looks at some of the basic concepts that are used when configuring NAT and reviews the configuration steps required to get NAT working.
Basic Switch Security Concepts and Configuration
By Sean Wilkins
Jan 24, 2012
This article takes a look at potential threats and at the different techniques and configurations that can be used to avoid them. It should be noted that this article is not intended to show all possible switch security methods but simply highlight the most commonly referenced.
Basic vi Skills
Sep 7, 2004
Basic vi Skills for the Linux LPIC Exams
Nov 12, 2004
With an eye towards passing the LPIC I exam, this chapter will help you prepare and practice your basic vi skills with sample questions and detailed answers.
Basic Zone-Based Firewall Fundamentals
By Sean Wilkins
Feb 23, 2011
Sean Wilkins explains the fundamentals of zone-based firewalls.
Basics of the PIX Firewall
By Daniel Newman
Nov 7, 2003
There are several areas of a network in a secure environment; the most common are the inside, the outside, and the DMZ firewalls that help divide and control traffic between them. Cisco has designed the PIX series of firewalls to be the primary devices for performing these functions. This chapter covers the basics of the PIX firewall areas that connect to the firewall—the trusted, untrusted, and DMZ.
Basics of the PIX Firewall
Nov 3, 2003
Becoming a Certified SOA Analyst
By Marcella Yau
Oct 4, 2010
Marcella Yau examines the course modules and topics related to the SOA Analyst Certification program.
Becoming a Skilled Observer: Police Officer Exam Cram
By Rizwan Khan, Pamela Rice Hahn
Feb 4, 2005
The ability to observe and retain information is potentially the most vital skill that a police officer can possess. This chapter will help you prepare for the Police Officer Exam by providing pointers on organizing and retaining information for easier recall. Sample questions are included to help you practice.
Being a Double Minority in Tech
By Tobi Bosede
May 2, 2014
Tobi Bosede chronicles her personal experiences in technology as a black female, and her perceptions of being treated differently due to her race, gender or both.
Benefits of IT Certification (2014 Edition)
By Ed Tittel, Mary Kyle
May 14, 2014
In this article, Ed Tittel takes a look at several potential benefits that certification offers to IT professionals.
Benefits of IT Certification (2015 Edition)
By Ed Tittel, Mary Kyle
Jul 20, 2015
Aspiring and active IT professionals seeking certification may benefit from understanding the many benefits that can result from earning one or more professional certification credentials. Ed Tittel and Mary Kyle take a look at several potential benefits that certification offers to IT professionals.
Big Certs, Big Pay, Big Effort, Big Deal!
By Ed Tittel
May 1, 2002
If you're determined to get the best return on your investment in IT certification, stop to ponder this collection of high-end programs. Ed Tittel explores the time, costs, and requirements involved in scaling five pinnacles of IT certification.
Border Gateway Protocol, Route Manipulation, and IP Multicast
By Anthony Bruno, Steve Jordan
Oct 26, 2007
Prepare for the CCDA exam by reviewing BGP, Route Manipulation, and IP Multicast.

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