Wireless Network Components - Basics of Any Wireless Network
Any client computer, laptop or wireless device with a compatible wireless client
adapter allows connectivity with an access point. The client adapter is a radio
transmitter with firmware that supports any of 802.11a/b/g signaling. That is
needed before the device can associate and authenticate with the access point. More ...
Introduction to Cisco IOS (Cisco Internetwork Operating System)
The Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) is a collection of network operating systems used on Cisco
network devices that to provide the network technician with an interface where they can enter commands
to configure the device to perform various networking functions. More ...
Cisco Certification - Suggested Toplogies For Your Home CCNA/CCNP Lab
When you make the decision to put your own home lab together for your CCNA and CCNP
studies (a very wise decision, if I may say so!), the hardest part is figuring out
how to spend your budget. Do you spend it all on the routers and go with a cheaper
switch? Do you buy a frame relay switch? Do you buy an access server? More ...
Cisco Certification - The Definitive Guide To ARP, IARP, RARP, and Proxy ARP
The basic ARP operation is simple enough. We concentrate on IP addressing a great
deal in our studies and our jobs, but it's not enough to have a destination IP
address in order to send data; the transmitting device must have a destination MAC
address as well. More ...
Wireless Network Site Survey Overview
The wireless site survey is an assessment of signal coverage per each access point
within a specific building. It confirms with the client 100 percent coverage at a
specified signal guaranteeing employees will have no issues with sending wireless
packets across the network. More ...
Cisco CCNA Cerfication - Should You Take The One-Exam or Two-Exam Approach?
There are now two separate paths to the CCNA certification. Candidates may take a single exam,
640-811, or two exams, 640-821 and 640-811. What's the difference? The two-exam approach
involves exams with different topics and therefore different preparation techniques. The
approach I recommend to a CCNA candidate depends on their background. More ...
Cisco Certification - Taking Your First Certification Exam
Walking into a testing center for the first time can be a nerve-wracking experience.
You've got enough on your mind just keeping all that new information straight
without worrying about what the testing experience will be like. Let's take a
look at what you should expect when taking your first
Cisco certification exam. More ...
Cisco Certification - The Joy Of Hex
The decimal numbering system, concerns itself with units of ten read from read from
right to left. Hex numbers are read much the same way, except the units here are
units of 16. The number "15" in hex is read as having five units of one and one unit of sixteen. More ...
Cisco Certification - Five Things To Do DURING Your CCNA Exam
There are plenty of articles out there about how to prepare for the CCNA exam. However,
there are also things you can do to increase your chances of success on exam day during
the most important part of the entire process - the time that you're actually taking the test. More ...
Surviving The Technical Interview
Ah, the technical interview. Nothing like it. Not only does
it cause anxiety, but it causes anxiety for several different reasons. Having been on
both sides of the technical interview table, I'd like to share some tips for those being
interviewed. In doing so, I'll share some of the more memorable interviews I've been involved in. More ...