Normally, you use a TFTP server for copying/uploading files on a networking device, considering that it already has connectivity. But there will be instances where you only have the option of transferring via console cable and that’s when you need to use xmodem transfer. Continue reading →
One fine day, Amazon calls you up and asks you to turn off all their VLANs after hours. You ask why. They say it’s to prevent unauthorized access during the time that no one should be using them. Corp Security would ask you, “is this even doable?” and you answer no. Continue reading →
“What did you do to get Cisco certified?”. I get asked this question a lot. So I decided to just explain it here.
There are a number of ways to break into the world of Network Engineering. Some networks include Juniper, Huawei, Fortigate, etc. (which also have certs of their own) but Cisco owns 85% of the market so being Cisco-certified opens a lot of doors. Continue reading →