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There is the story of the boy who cried wolf, and after a while, no one believed him.  That is how I felt about the message that we were running out of IPv4 addresses.   IPv6 has been around for over a decade, and for at least that long there have been rumblings regarding using all the available IPv4 address space.    Back in January of 2011, I was in a Cisco Live ... Read more

Jared

My World of Wireless

Posted by Jared Apr 22, 2011

Welcome to the World of Wireless!  Let's face it, wireless is hot!  You see new wireless technologies, standards and applications popping up all the time.  Cellular, Wifi, Bluetooth, WiMax, USB Wireless, you name it!  It's cool to be able to connect wirelessly and not have to sync a PDA via a usb cable, plug in an ethernet cable and the like, just use wireless.  To be ... Read more

This is one of the biggest game changers in the last decade, for people who have a desire to learn about implementing a Cisco network.   A picture is worth a thousand words, and a video kicks that up a notch.    Join me as we take a first hand look at Cisco Learning Labs, with IOS on Unix in this short video.   Best wishes and happy studies,   Keith Barker   ... Read more

I just logged onto the Cisco Certification Tracking system and looked at my history.  As of today, I have taken computer based Cisco Exams 39 times.  I can say that every attempt was a learning experience.  Some people are particularly good test takers, others struggle under pressure.  I don’t think I fit into either extreme.  However, in some instances I had my ... Read more

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