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Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week 4 - 02182014) - Chapter 6 Packet Tracer Skills Assessment Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the Packet Tracer Skills Assessment for Chapter 6 and demonstrate each of the configuration steps. This activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course - CSI157-841 at AACC.
Views: 48809 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI158-84x (Week #3 - 04122014) - Packet Tracer 5.1.3.6 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 4.1.4.5 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Routing & Switching Essentials" course.
Views: 4905 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #7 - 03112014) - Packet Tracer 11.6.1.2 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 11.6.1.2 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 9880 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #3 - 02112014) - Packet Tracer 4.2.4.5 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 4.2.4.5 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that while this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 10888 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #5 - 02252014) - Packet Tracer 8.4.1.2 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 8.4.1.2 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 16472 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI158-84x (Week #3 - 04122014) - Packet Tracer 6.6.1.2 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 6.6.1.2 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Routing & Switching Essentials" course.
Views: 6661 Travis Bonfigli
JUNOS (JNCIS-ENT) - How to Upgrade Your JUNOS Software via a USB Drive on EX-Series Switches
 
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This quick video tutorial will walk you though the process of performing an upgrade of your JUNOS software by using a USB drive with your desired upgrade .tgz file. In this tutorial we upgrade from JUNOS 11.4R1.6 to JUNOS 11.4R4.4 - Enjoy!
Views: 10166 Travis Bonfigli
Cisco - How to Perform the Cisco AP Pre-Image Download (AIRE OS 8.0.100.0)
 
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The following video tutorial will demonstrate how to preform the AP pre-image download using 3 x 3602s and 1 x 1602 with a Cisco 2504 WLC - 2 of the 3602s are also in MESH mode. This video goes over each step required and upgrades the WLC and APs from 7.6.120.0 to 8.0.100.0 Enjoy!
Views: 13134 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #3 - 02112014) - Packet Tracer 5.3.3.4 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 5.3.3.5 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 14977 Travis Bonfigli
Linux Containers (LXC) Networking Deep Dive - Video 001 - Getting Started
 
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Linux Containers (LXC) have been around for almost 15 years and are now really starting to gain incredible momentum with the rise of application containers like Docker and Rocket. LXCs offer incredible flexibility, security, and most importantly speed to market. In this first video tutorial I walk you through the basics of downloading the Ubuntu Linux Desktop software, show you how to build a VMware Ubuntu virtual machine, install the LXC software required to start building LXC, and then we close out the video by building a basic LXC using the Ubuntu template and look at a few LXC-specific commands to display information about our new container. This series on LXC will be taking a very deep dive into LXC networking with a focus on ALL LXC networking types: none, empty, phys, veth, vlan, and macvlan (private & vepa). The 2nd video will pick up right where this video leaves off and start by looking into the subtleties of veth networking with LXCs! This series will end with showing you how to run your own Apache web server inside of an LXC! Enjoy!
Views: 18762 Travis Bonfigli
How to Convert a Cisco 1852i AP from Mobility Express Mode to CAPWAP (Lightweight) Mode
 
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In this brief video tutorial I go over the steps required to convert a Cisco 1800-series (in this case, an 1852i) Access Point (AP) to CAPWAP mode from Mobility Express mode. Enjoy!
Views: 16621 Travis Bonfigli
MPLS L3 VPN Tutorial - Part 1 of 3 (MPLS Core Config)
 
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The following video is the first of 3 videos that walk you though step-by-step on the configuration and troubleshooting of the MPLS core infrastructure needed to support L3 VPNs. This video covers the setup/troubleshooting of LDP in addition to OSPF and some common best practices.
Views: 62899 Travis Bonfigli
OSPF Stub Area Types - An Introduction: The Stub Area Configuration and Verification
 
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In this first of a 4 part series we take a look at OSPF Stub Areas and see why/how the Area Border Router (ABR) fails to inject/flood Type 4 and Type 5 Link State Advertisements (LSAs), and instead injects a Type 3 Inter-Area default route. The Totally Stubby Area, Not-so-Stubby-Area (NSSA), and Totally NSSA areas will follow! Enjoy!
Views: 2412 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week 4 - 02182014) - Packet Tracer 6.4.1.2 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 6.4.1.2 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 10940 Travis Bonfigli
cisco application visibility control (avc) for wlans video tutorial
 
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the following video shows you how to leverage cisco's application visibility control (avc) on your wireless lan infrastructure.
Views: 3034 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI158-84x (Week #1 - 03252014) - Packet Tracer 2.3.1.2 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 2.3.1.2 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Routing & Switching Essentials" course.
Views: 3480 Travis Bonfigli
MPLS L3 VPN Tutorial - Part 2 of 3 (VRF, MP-iBGP, and PE-CE Routing Configuration)
 
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This is Part 2 of 3 in my MPLS L3 VPN video tutorial series. This video will walk you through step-by-step on how to configure your VRFs, the PE-CE routing protocol using BGP, and how to configure the MP-iBGP peering between the two PE routers in our MPLS L3 VPN core. We also examine the common misconception that the loopback addresses must be /32s as opposed to /24 and what can go wrong with the establishment of the LDP neighbor peerings in MPLS. Enjoy!
Views: 27090 Travis Bonfigli
OSPF Stub Area Types - An Introduction: The Not-So-Stubby Area (NSSA) Configuration and Verification
 
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In this third of a 4 part series we take a look at OSPF Not-So-Stubby Areas and see why/how the Area Border Router (ABR) fails to inject/flood Type 4 and Type 5 Link State Advertisements (LSAs) into the NSSA, and why no default route is automatically provided. We also see that you must have an NSSA for redistributing external routing sources into the NSSA area. Enjoy!
Views: 4979 Travis Bonfigli
The Reddcoin Development Team Announces the Launch of Reddpay.me!!!
 
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The Reddcoin Development Team is thrilled to announce the launch of Reddpay where you can now send, receive, and tip Reddcoin using nothing more than an e-mail address!
Views: 3768 Travis Bonfigli
OSPF Stub Area Types - An Introduction: The Totally Stubby Area Configuration and Verification
 
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In this second video of a 4 part series we take a look at OSPF Totally Stubby Areas and see why/how the Area Border Router (ABR) fails to inject/flood Type 3, Type 4, and Type 5 Link State Advertisements (LSAs), and instead as an exception injects a single Type 3 Inter-Area default route. The Not-so-Stubby-Area (NSSA) and Totally NSSA area video tutorials will follow! Enjoy!
Views: 2429 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI158-84x (Week #3 - 04142014) - Packet Tracer 6.4.2.4 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 6.4.2.4 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Routing & Switching Essentials" course.
Views: 1948 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2015 - CSI258-847 (Week #2 - 04.04.2015) - Packet Tracer 3.5.1.2 Skills Integration Challenge
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 3.1.2.7 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps with an in-depth discussion of the Skills Integration Challenge for Chapter 3. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Connecting Networks" course.
Views: 1877 Travis Bonfigli
The BGP Best Path Selection Algorithm #5: ORIGIN Type (Well-Known & Mandatory) - 07042016
 
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In this video tutorial we continue examining the BGP Best Path Selection Algorithm by looking at the 5th selection criteria: ORIGIN Type. This BGP Well-Known Mandatory Path Attribute (PA), which is communicated to eBGP peers in UPDATE messages, is used as the defining selection criteria when the WEIGHT, LOCAL_PREF, Local Origination, and AS_PATH are all the same. Enjoy!
Views: 1270 Travis Bonfigli
Fall 2016 - CTS130  (07292016) - Packet Tracer 6.5.1.3 Skills Integration Challenge Tutorial
 
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In this video tutorial we take a deep dive look at Cisco Networking Academy's Packet Tracer activity 6.5.1.3 - The Skills Integration Challenge for Chapter 6 of the Introduction to Networks course! I use version 5.1 of the activity and v7.0 of the Packet Tracer application! Enjoy!
Views: 13137 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #6 - 03042014) - Packet Tracer 9.1.4.7 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 9.1.4.7 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 12547 Travis Bonfigli
MPLS L3 VPN Tutorial - Part 3 of 3 (VRF, MP-iBGP, and OSPF PE-CE Routing Configuration)
 
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This is Part 3 of 3 in my MPLS L3 VPN video tutorial series. This video will walk you through step-by-step on how to configure your VRFs, the PE-CE routing protocol using OSPF, and how to configure the MP-iBGP peering between the two PE routers in our MPLS L3 VPN core. We also look at how to match the OSPF domain IDs to we received Type 3 (Inter-area) routers as opposed to Type 5 (External) routes. Enjoy!
Views: 14415 Travis Bonfigli
An Introduction to TCL Scripting for Cisco IOS Devices - How to Automate Common "Setup" Tasks
 
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This video tutorial is on the Tool Command Language (TCL) shell and how you can use the TCL shell to automate your common everyday tasks on Cisco IOS devices. This video will walk you through the creation of a TCL script in the Sublime text editor, show you how to place your script on to your device, and even how to create a directory structure on the Cisco device FLASH filesystem so that you can easily organize your TCL scripts. The scripts we create will 1) wipe your router config clean and auto-magically reboot your router, 2) place all the device configs in TCL scripts for CCNP ROUTEv7 Lab 7-3 on each device and do all the "setup" configuration tasks for us! I hope you enjoy!
Views: 46587 Travis Bonfigli
Configuration and Validation of OSPF Sham Links w/MPLS L3 VPN and Backdoor Links
 
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This video tutorial will walk you through the configuration and validation steps for setting up OSPF Sham Links in an MPLS L3 VPN environment where a backdoor link has been introduced. This tutorial covers the default behavior of OSPF when faced with selecting INTRA-area routes over INTER-area routes and how the Sham Link can be leveraged to solve the common backdoor routing problem where the backdoor link is selected over the provider L3 VPN link. Enjoy!
Views: 1328 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI158-84x (Week #5 - 04262014) - Packet Tracer 8.2.2.7 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 8.2.2.7 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Routing & Switching Essentials" course.
Views: 4123 Travis Bonfigli
BGP Site of Origin (SoO) Extended Community Attribute: A Use Case Deep Dive Tutorial - 08122016
 
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In this deep dive tutorial on the BGP Extended Community attribute Site of Origin (SoO) we go over the specific use case and application of the attribute. We also look at several Wirehsark packet captures between the Provider Edge (PE) routers in addition to configuring the SoO via Peer Policy Templates, the neighbor statement, and Peer Groups. Enjoy!
Views: 5656 Travis Bonfigli
How to Sign Up for a FREE Cisco WebEx Account & Start Collaborating Remotely with Colleagues Today!
 
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In this brief video tutorial I show you how to sign up for a FREE Cisco WebEx account and how you can start collaborating with individuals remotely! Account sign up is quick and easy and this is an amazing tool for those looking to remotely share ideas and content over the Internet! Enjoy!
Views: 3034 Travis Bonfigli
JUNOS (JNCIS-ENT) - How to Upgrade Your JUNOS Software via an Anonymous FTP Server (EX Series)
 
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The following brief video tutorial will walk you through the steps of how to upgrade your Juniper EX-Series switches using an anonymous FTP server. This video demonstrates the upgrade process using an EX3200-series switch with an upgrade from 11.4R4.4 to 12.3R7.7 - I even cover the process of "changing your mind" and rolling back an upgrade. Enjoy!
Views: 4871 Travis Bonfigli
MPLS LDP Session Protection & Targeted Hellos: An Introduction
 
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Welcome to my video tutorial on MPLS LDP Session Protection & Targeted Hellos! This video will walk you through the configuration, verification, and use cases for MPLS LDP Session Protection. In addition, we take a look at how to constrain who the targeted hellos are sent to as well as from whom a router will accept targeted hellos. Hope you enjoy!!!
Views: 2177 Travis Bonfigli
CCNP ROUTEv7 Lab 7-3a: BGP Layer 3 Traffic Engineering w/AS_PATH Prepending Tutorial
 
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While not an "official" lab exercise that is part of the CCNP ROUTEv7 lab workbook the topic of BGP AS_PATH prepending is always a fantastic topic to cover. The BGP Well-Known Mandatory AS_PATH attribute is the 4th evaluation in the BGP path selection criteria and is covered in detail in this tutorial video. This tutorial builds on the previous video (Lab 7-3) by picking up where we left off with the use of the Optional and Non-Transitive MED attribute controlling our inbound traffic flow. The tutorial compares and contrasts the use of both the MED and AS_PATH attributes and then demonstrates in a step-by-step fashion how and when you would use AS_PATH prepending to control your ingress traffic flow. I hope you enjoy the video and my goal is to add value to your studies! All the best!
Views: 2626 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2015 - CSI257-847 (Week #1 - 01242015) - Packet Tracer 1.3.1.3 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 1.3.1.3 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Scaling Networks" course.
Views: 8227 Travis Bonfigli
Introduction to Python Programming: #2: How to Execute Your Programs - IDLE/IDLE3
 
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In this second tutorial video on how to program in Python we take a deep dive look at just how to run your Python program! We see how to install IDLE on Ubuntu for Python 2 and 3, how to create and execute programs using vi and the FREE Adobe Brackets text editor. We see the effect of the #!/usr/bin/python and #!/usr/bin/env python options and discuss the differences in using each! Enjoy!
Views: 27287 Travis Bonfigli
BGP Conditional Route Advertisement and Application: The EVIL CORP ISP Use Case - 08302016
 
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In this video tutorial on BGP Conditional Route Advertisement we take a deep dive look at its application in one of many possible use cases through the eyes of the EVIL CORP ISP. We examine the creation of the “advertise-map” prefix-list and route-map along with the “non-exist-map” prefix-list and route-map creation and application to the neighbor statement. We close things out by testing the conditional route advertisement and see how to validate the current status of our configuration. Enjoy!
Views: 705 Travis Bonfigli
FALL 2016 - CTS265 - CCNP ROUTE - DMVPN & Overlay Technology Introduction - Week #1
 
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In this video tutorial we take an introductory look at Cisco's Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN) technology and see how you can run DMVPN with or without IPSec as part of the implementation. We discuss overlay technologies and we even run MPLS over DMVPN to demonstrate just how flexible Cisco overlay technologies can be! We do all this through the use case of setting up a DMVPN network for the Lannister Debt Collection Company! Enjoy!
Views: 2402 Travis Bonfigli
Why the "ping" command will sometimes fail on its first attempt between hosts
 
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The following video tutorial is in response to a student question on why the first "ping" attempt oftentimes fails between two hosts or between two switches and then the subsequent pings all work. I demonstrate the "behind-the-scenes" actions of the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) and where you can look to find the eventual MAC address entries.
Views: 2581 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2017 - CTS267-840 (CCNP TSHOOT) - The Route to Null0 and What it Means - Week #06
 
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In this supplemental video tutorial we take a deep dive look at why, after you perform summarization, you end up with a route to Null0 for your summary. We examine manual summarization with BGP first and then implement summarization with the aggregate-address command. Enjoy!
Views: 860 Travis Bonfigli
CCNP ROUTEv7 Lab 7-3: BGP MED, next-hop-self, default-originate and LOCAL_PREF Attributes Tutorial
 
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I hope you enjoy this in-depth look at the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) next-hop-self, LOCAL_PREF, MED, and default-originate configuration options. This tutorial, based on the CCNP ROUTE v7 Lab 7-3 exercise walks you through every step on real Cisco 1841 routers. The configuration is truly a “real-world” setup with Customer A multi-homed to their single ISP. Company A will influence their inbound (MED) and outbound (LOCAL_PREF) traffic and be provided with a default route (default-originate) from their ISP as well as configure the “next-hop-self” attribute. Detailed explanations for each of the options are provided with demonstrations of how each feature will impact your traffic flow and allow you to perform Layer 3 traffic engineering with BGP. This tutorial is 2 hours and 10 minutes long and chalk full of some fantastic information and I hope you enjoy it!!!
Views: 12522 Travis Bonfigli
AACC - CTS-131 - CCNA R&S - Spring 2018 - Lab 8.1.2.4 - Week #13
 
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In this activity (which you would do on real Cisco devices in a classroom setting) we take our final look at DHCP configuration. We configure everything from scratch in Packet Tracer (to mimic the lab) and then set up DHCP relay agents! This is all done through the Cisco Networking Academy's Lab 8.1.2.4 from the Routing and Switching Essentials v6 course. Enjoy!
Views: 537 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2015 - CSI258-847 (Week #7 - 05.09.2015) - Packet Tracer 9.3.1.2 (CCNA SIC)
 
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The following video will walk you through the Packet Tracer 9.3.1.2 (The CCNA Skills Integration Challenge). Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Connecting Networks" course.
Views: 2643 Travis Bonfigli
Introduction to Python Programming: #1. Getting Started & Integrated Developer Environments (IDEs)
 
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In this introductory video to my Learning to Program with Python series we take a look at just how easy it is to get started programming in Python! We take a look at python.org, see a number of Integrated Developer Environments (IDEs), and actually create our first Python script from both the Python interactive interpreter and with VIM on a MAC! Hope you enjoy the series!
Views: 4494 Travis Bonfigli
Introduction to Python Programming: #5: Strings (Part 3 - Challenge Solution Set)
 
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In this video tutorial we go over one possible approach to solving the challenge question at the end of Strings - Part 2, specifically, how could you take the existing IPv4 address program and modify it to allow you to print out the binary version of the IP in dotted decimal format. Enjoy!
Views: 686 Travis Bonfigli
Linux Containers (LXC) Networking Deep Dive - Video 002 - LXC veth Adapters and DNSMASQ
 
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In this second video tutorial we take a deep dive into networking with Linux Containers (LXC). This video focuses on dynamic DNS vs. static DNS name resolution on the Ubuntu host and LXCs as well as the Virtual Ethernet (veth) LXC network type. An indepth look at the DNSMASQ process is performed to include the full customization of the DHCP scope information that is used by DNSMASQ. We customize "veth" network pairs and end the video by mixing and matching DHCP LXCs along with LXCs that have "pseudo" static IPs (addresses pinned to the LXC from the DHCP pool) with a conversation on the subtleties of network connectivity between LXCs on the lxcbr0, the LAN, and the Internet. Enjoy!
Views: 12784 Travis Bonfigli
Spring 2014 - CSI157-841 (Week #6 - 03042014) - Packet Tracer 9.2.1.5 Tutorial
 
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The following video will walk you through the PacketTracer 9.2.1.5 activity and demonstrate all configuration steps. Note that this activity is for the Cisco Networking Academy "Introduction to Networks" course.
Views: 19908 Travis Bonfigli
A Hut8 Networking Techtorial: Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Password Recovery
 
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In this Hut8 networking techtorial we start our journey to deploying a fully configured and functional ASA5505 in our Small Office Home Office (SOHO) or Small Business by performing the steps required to recover the ENABLE password. We also discuss the use case of purchasing an ASA firewall and needing to perform the password recovery steps so we can wipe the configuration clean and start out with a blank slate. We go through various configuration register settings and see how to validate the current configuration register values. Remember to join us at udemy.com for the entire course on basic ASA device configuration where, FOR FREE, you will learn how to take an ASA device from Day 0 to full deployment with NAT, port forwarding, and AnyConnect remote access to your LAN! Enjoy and I look forward to your feedback!
Views: 604 Travis Bonfigli
CCNP ROUTEv7 Lab 7-2: Configuring the BGP AS_PATH Filter List and the "remove-private-as" Option
 
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The following video tutorial will walk you through the Cisco Networking Academy CCNPv7 ROUTE Lab 7-2 in which you get to configure AS_PATH access lists to control route advertisements to customers as well as using the "remove-private-as" option to strip the private AS numbers off of learned routes. Enjoy!
Views: 1262 Travis Bonfigli
Linux Containers (LXC) Networking Deep Dive - Video 005 - LXC empty Adapter Type
 
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In the following video I will introduce you to another of the Linux Container (LXC) virtual adapter types: "empty". The empty adapter type will only provide the container with a loopback address and absolutely no network connectivity to anything other than itself. I discuss the use of the loopback address and several use cases for the use of the "empty" adapter type. Enjoy!
Views: 1124 Travis Bonfigli

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