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Posted 13 July 2003 - 01:44 PM

How do you find cisco or any router/switches at that. And how do you do a packet capture (or whatever). I am clueless.!!!!! :blink: :wacko: :blink: :wacko: What ranges are they in, or what not.

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Posted 13 July 2003 - 08:11 PM

theres no single place to find cicso routers or switches. you probably go though at least one posting to this board. I dont condone breaking into cisco devices, but to find them i think the easiest way is to traceroute a connection. the command on a windows box is:

tracert <ip address or site name>

this tells you all the hops the packet took to get to somewhere, such as yahoo.com, and some of those hops might be cisco switches. since i dont really go any farther with them, someone else can pick up where i left off. i do plan to pick up my CCNA soon, and im going to enjoy that.

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Posted 05 August 2003 - 12:38 PM

I just noticed this thread, I too am going to try to get a ccna but am still on the protocol portion of this book i have. I'm not even at the part about programing them. if anyone would like to add to this i'm interested.

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Posted 07 August 2003 - 05:04 PM

:ranaway: CCNA is one of the easyest certs i got along with CompTIA A+.

if u need any help feel free to ask

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Posted 07 August 2003 - 09:00 PM

yeah it looks easy i just have some trouble remebering all the protocols.

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Posted 13 August 2003 - 01:27 AM

its not hard to remember the protocols I had trouble with the OSI layers

Application
presentation
session
transport
network
data-link
physical

All People Seem To Need Data Proccessing.

This is one way to remember the osi layers for protocals I can't think of one just remember if all fail USE RIP

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Posted 13 August 2003 - 10:06 AM

All People Seem To Need Data Proccessing. wow, thats pretty good. thanks. :D

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Posted 13 August 2003 - 10:43 AM

From what I heard, getting a (any) cert is useless. It's useless because the cert expires and you have to re-take em again which is "why not take it when you need it".
If I'm wrong, correct me. If you know of a place that you can take the A+/whichever cert and no expiration date come with it, let us all know.

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Posted 13 August 2003 - 05:44 PM

Its no big deal to me, i'll take the time to recert every 4 years.

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Posted 19 August 2003 - 09:38 PM

Now that I look, a CCIE Cert can get your choice of six figure job offers. I'll wear a frigen dress to work if i get $500,000 a year. The way I see it, you add a few more certs and your a million dollar a year man. Plus, you can know evrything but people are really idiotic, a cert proves it and it makes them confident in your ability. So it doesn't hurt the way i see it.




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