Are you trying to pass your CCNP ENCOR or ENARSI exams? Do you want to become a CCIE one day? Well then this ospf course is for you!
Complete this course and you will be able to confidently explain, configure, and troubleshoot OSPF.
Are you trying to pass your CCNP ENCOR or ENARSI exams? Do you want to become a CCIE one day? Well then this OSPF course is for you!
Complete this course and you will be able to confidently explain, configure, and troubleshoot OSPF!
A lot of solving a problem is knowing what the expected behavior or operation is so you can figure out where things went off the track. This course will give you the tools to do just that.
I am going to release at least one video per week. As I release new sections, I will update this post with links to each video and activity.
This course will include lecture style videos as well as configuration examples, troubleshooting, and lab challenges similar to what I have released in the past.
Here is a link to the playlist on YouTube.
I will update this post regularly, but make sure to subscribe on YouTube to stay up to date. For the time being, take a look at the outline below:
Continue reading “OSPF Course For CCNP and Beyond: A Complete Guide”
This post and video lesson will help you fully understand EIGRP basics such as successor routes, feasible successors, EIGRP feasibility condition, variance for unequal cost multipathing, and more!
Hey hey! Today I made a video to keep from going quarantine crazy. Has the EIGRP feasibility condition ever confused you?
Have you ever wondered what the variance command is all about, or what a feasible successor is?
Well in this EIGRP Lesson we will discuss all of these things! First we go over some key EIGRP terms and then we have a lab exercise in using an offset list and variance command to implement unequal-cost multipathing.
To make the best use of this lesson, you should have a basic understanding of configuring EIGRP. This is great studying for CCNA, CNNP ENCOR / ENARSI.
Continue reading “EIGRP Feasibility Condition, Offset Lists, and Variance”