Tag: CCNA R&S

Network Address Translation | Different types of NAT

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In this article, we will discuss NAT (Network Address Translation). Before continuing, I recommend you to read my Public and Private IP address article. NAT is also known as IP masquerading. Let’s continue! Why we need NAT? NAT, is…

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SNAT vs DNAT | Source NAT vs Destination NAT

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In this article, we will discuss about SNAT (Source NAT) and DNAT (Destination NAT). Both terminologies are related to NAT (Network Address Translation). Before continue, I recommend, please take a look on Network Address Translation. Source NAT (SNAT)…

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OSPF | Open Shortest Path First | Quick Overview

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In this article, we will discuss about Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). It is an open standard routing protocol which is defined as RFC 2328 for IPv4 and RFC 5340 for IPv6. Quick Overview to OSPF OSPF is one…

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EIGRP : The complete guide for Beginner and Expert

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In this article, we will discuss EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol), which is a hybrid routing protocol. It was originally defined by Cisco and available on only Cisco devices. Since 2013, it’s now an Open Standard and…

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EIGRP Messages Types / Packet Types and Neighborship Parameters

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Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is one of the famous routing protocols. It is widely used in networking. In this article, we will discuss types of messages/ packets which is used in EIGRP Protocol. We will also…

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OSPF Packets Types / Message Types and Neighborship Requirements

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In this article, we will discuss about various Messages types or Packet types which are used by the OSPF Routing Protocol. There are several messages which are used in OSPF in order to share data bits from one…

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How to disable Automatic DNS Lookup In Cisco Devices

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Normally, when we working on Cisco Routers, Switches or Firewall, and we give a wrong command to the console of the Router than we have to wait for some time to get it working again. This is due…

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