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Packet Tracer  - Skills Integration Challenge EIGRP (CCNA 4 - Connecting Networks)
Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge - EIGRP Note: This activity and the similar Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge - OSPF activity are meant as resources for you to determine what skills you may not have yet mastered from the previous courses. Refer to your notes and previous content if you need assistance. But it may be fun initially to see just how much you retained. Scenario You are a network technician new to a company that has lost its last technician in the middle of a system upgrade. You are tasked with completing upgrades to the network infrastructure that has two locations. Half of the enterprise network uses IPv4 addressing and the other half uses IPv6 addressing. The requirements also include a variety of routing and switching technologies. Requirements You have console access to Branch3, Branch7, and S3. You can remotely access other devices with the username admin and password adminpass. The password for accessing privileged EXEC mode is class. IPv4 Addressing • Finish designing the IPv4 addressing scheme. Subnets already assigned are using the address space. Use the remaining space to meet the following criteria: - 120 hosts for the Student VLAN attached to the Branch3 G0/0.10 interface. - 60 hosts for the Faculty/Staff VLAN attached to the Branch3 G0/0.20 interface. • Configure inter-VLAN routing and assign the first available address from each subnet to subinterfaces on the Branch3 router. • Assign the second available address in the Faculty/Staff VLAN to Host-B. IPv4 Routing • Configure EIGRP for IPv4 on Branch3. - Enable EIGRP 22. - Advertise each of the directly connected networks and disable automatic summarization. - Prevent routing updates from being sent out the LAN interfaces. - Configure a summary route for the Branch3 LANs and advertise the route to Branch1 and Branch2. • Configure a directly connected default route on Branch1 pointing to the ISP and propagate it within the EIGRP updates. DHCP • Configure Branch3 to act as a DHCP server for VLAN 10 on S3. - The case-sensitive pool name is Students. - The DNS server is - Exclude the first 10 addresses from the pool. • Configure Branch1 to receive an IPv4 address from the ISP. IPv6 Routing • Configure EIGRP for IPv6 on Branch7. - Enable IPv6 routing and EIGRP for IPv6 using ASN 222. - Assign router ID - Advertise directly connected networks. - Configure IPv6 summary routes for the LANs and advertise them to directly connected routers. • Configure a fully specified default route on Branch4 pointing to the ISP and propagate it within the EIGRP updates. Basic Switch Security • Configure S3 with the following security settings. - Banner MOTD that includes the word warning. - Console port login and password of cisco. - Encrypted enable password of class. - Encrypt plain text passwords. - Shut down all unused ports. • Enable port security on S3 on the interfaces that the PCs are connected to. - Configure as access ports. - Only allow 1 host per port. - Enable dynamic learning that stores the MAC address in the running configuration. - Ensure that port violations disable ports. - Configure PortFast and BPDU Guard. VLAN • Create and name the VLANs on S3 based on the VLAN Table. • Assign the switch ports on S3 to VLANs according to the VLAN Table. • Configure the connection between Branch3 and S1 as a trunk and assign it to VLAN 99. Spanning Tree • Configure S3 to use RSTP as the STP mode. • Assign S3 as the root bridge and S1 as the backup root bridge for VLANs 10 and 20. • Assign S1 as the root bridge and S3 as the backup root bridge for VLANs 30. Trunking and EtherChannel • Set S3 interfaces connected to S1 and S2 as trunks and assign the native VLAN. • Configure EtherChannel on S3 as desirable. - Use channel group 2 for trunks to S2. - Use channel group 3 for trunks to S1. - Assign the native VLAN. Connectivity • All inside devices should be able to ping the outside host.
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How it works? Internet TCI/IP in work, networking, data transfer
This video is really helpful for a newbies in the world of internet and networking studies. This video clearly explains how the internet or the protocol (TCP/IP) works between the requested information and reply from the corresponding server. though it is pretty old ones, but the methodology is still very similar to what it was, and it is now. Might change over the time, but components which are put in work is the most important thing for transferring; is the most important thing in this. I don't own this video. http://www.ondeweb.in/
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APNIC42 - AMM (2)
IANA Update – PTI arrangements, TBC NRO EC Report, Paul Wilson Cooperation SIG Report, Dr Govind IPv6 Readiness Measurement BoF Report, Shian-Shyong Tseng Welcome to APNIC 44, Ai-Chin Lu Vote of Thanks, Paul Wilson Final remarks and close, Gaurab Raj Upadhaya
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Google Internet Summit 2009: Standards Session
Google Internet Summit 2009: The State of the Internet May 5, 2009 Google Internet Summit 2009 Internet Standards Session. Panelists include Zaheda Bhorat,Tony Rutkowski, John Klensin, Tina Dam, Erik Kline. On May 5 and 6, 2009, in Mountain View, we brought together Googlers and leaders from academia and the corporate world for a 2-day summit to discuss the state of the global Internet. The goal of the summit was to collect a wide range of knowledge to inform Google's future plans--from product development and market reach to users' expectations and our ability to keep the Internet open yet secure. More than 30 speakers and moderators led discussions around 8 topics: Networks; Wireless and Sensor Technologies; Security; Standards; Applications; Democracy, Law, Policy and Regulation; Search and Cloud Computing; and The Future. Eric Schmidt, who offered some remarks, expressed optimism that the challenges we face with governments' walling off access to the Internet can be overcome technologically by building networks that are transparent, scalable, and open.
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APNIC 40 - Policy SIG 2
Adam Gosling (APNIC) - Consultation on Policy Documentation Jim Cowie (Dyn) - Change of address - when transfers go wrong Aftab A. Siddiqui (eintellego) and Skeeve Stevens (eintellego) - prop-114: Modification in the ASN eligibility criteria Aftab A. Siddiqui (eintellego) and Skeeve Stevens (eintellego) - prop-113: Modification in the IPv4 eligibility criteria Transcript available here https://conference.apnic.net/data/40/10-Sept-Policy-SIG2.txt
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Google I/O 2011: Fireside Chat with the App Engine Team
Max Ross, Max is a Software Engineer on the App Engine team where he leads the development of the datastore & occasionally tinkers with the Java runtime. He is also the founder of the Hibernate Shards project. Alon Levi, Sean Lynch, Greg Dalesandre, Guido van Rossum, Brett Slatkin, Peter Magnusson, Mickey Kataria, Peter McKenzie Fireside chat with the App Engine team
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Buying a Home in California
Google Tech Talk May 18, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by: Stephanie Savides,Real Estate Broker, Savides Real Estate; Steve Papapietro and Ahmad Ghavi, Senior Mortgage Loan Officers, Bank of America -Determine which price home you can afford to buy -The difference between mortgage Pre-Qualification and mortgage Pre- Approval. -General Mortgage Information and Guidelines of Importance - mortgage types, loan limits for 2010, minimum down payments for 2010, DTI, PITI, mortgage deductibility, buy vs. rent analysis, gift funds, closing costs, etc. -Search for a home you can afford to buy -Search on-line to get a general sense about property values in different neighborhoods and get an idea what areas you could potentially afford -Fast forward to the Future and determine whether now is the best time for you to Buy. -Consider re-sale Value when you make a purchase. Work productively with your realtor. -Purchase the property - Once you have found the property you want, make an Offer, go into Contract, and close Escrow.
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Agenda 17:15 - Toshio Tachibana (GREE Inc.) - NIR SIG Report 16:00 - Maemura Akinori (APNIC EC) - EC Chair welcome and opening remarks 16:05 - Paul Wilson (APNIC) - APNIC Activity Report 16:30 - James Spenceley (APNIC EC) - EC Treasurer Report 16:40 - Maemura Akinori (APNIC EC) - EC Report 16:50 - Open Mic 17:05 - Masato Yamanishi (SoftBank BB Corp) - Policy SIG Report 17:25 - Dr. Govind (NIXI) - Cooperation SIG Report 17:35 - ISPAB (Speaker TBC) - Welcome to APNIC 42 17:40 - Open Mic 17:55 - Paul Wilson (APNIC) - Vote of Thanks Transcript available here https://conference.apnic.net/data/40/10-Sept-AMM.txt
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IoT AMA Panel w. Vint Cerf, Andy Stanford-Clark, & Sarah Cooper
Listen in as Catchpoint's Robert Castley leads IoT doctors Vint Cerf (Chief Internet Evangelist @ Google), Andy Stanford-Clark (Distinguished Engineer, IoT @ IBM), and Sarah Cooper (GM, IoT Solutions @ AWS) in a live video panel on the Internet of things. In a fun, thought-provoking hour of discussion, the panelists answer IoT community questions spanning security, universal interoperability, singularity, machine learning, and blockchain.
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Full Event: An Evening With Vint Cerf 2018
On April 5, 2018, the NSTMF hosted an evening with Vint Cerf, co-father and architect of the internet, for an intimate evening of conversation and discovery at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies. Brian Fung of The Washington Post interviews Dr. Cerf about creating an interplanetary internet, the need for better security protocols, the drawbacks of blockchain, bit rot, and much more. Learn more about Vint Cerf: https://goo.gl/GQdFBs Learn more about the NSTMF: https://goo.gl/f9KDCn
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We Won’t Stop Now: End Malaria For Good.
We’ve come a long way in the fight against malaria. We have the knowledge, the tools and the ambitious goal to End Malaria For Good. We can’t and won’t stop now.
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Remarks of Cita Furlani - Information Technology Lab Director, NIST
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) sponsored the Cloud Computing Forum and Workshop II November 4-5, 2010 to update government and industry stakeholders on developing cloud computing standards. Cita Furlani, Director of the Information Technology Laboratory at NIST describes NIST's role in cloud computing. NIST has proposed a definition of cloud computing and is providing technical guidance to accelerate standards for cloud computing.
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Policy SIG 1
Policy proposals at APNIC 46: https://conference.apnic.net/46/policy/proposals/ View the slides from this session: https://conference.apnic.net/46/program/schedule/#/day/8/policy-sig-1 View other sessions at APNIC 46: https://conference.apnic.net/46/program/schedule/#/day/6
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AFRINIC Board Election
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The Chituka Village Project in Malawi! -on Schenectady Today
The Chituka Village Project in Malawi! -- Segment on Schenectady Today In & Around the Capital Region with Guest: Keni Banda, Founder & President Their purpose is to motivate children in the rural Malawi to attend and stay in school to complete elementary school. The Banda Bola Sports Foundation use sports to encourage learning, gender equality and school attendance. The hope is that if children can complete even the most basic level of education, their lives and their region can be transformed. Organization: Banda Bola Sports Foundation Contact Information: info@bandabolasportsfoundation.org Facebook: Yes “Banda Bola Sports Foundation” Website: www.BandaBolaSportsFoundation.org
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Mohammed Fairouz (We Must Love One Another or Die: Geopolitical Poetics in an Age of Cynicism)
With performances by: Carla Dirlikov Canales Michael Hewitt Kenneth Merrill Micah Schroeder
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Multi-factor authentication
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an approach to authentication which requires the presentation of two or more of the three independent authentication factors: a knowledge factor ("something only the user knows"), a possession factor ("something only the user has"), and an inherence factor ("something only the user is"). After presentation, each factor must be validated by the other party for authentication to occur. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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APNIC Global Reports @ APRICOT 2016
The Global Reports provide updates on activities on policy proposals, services, operations, and upcoming events in other regions. Presentations from : Oscar Robles (NRO Chair) - NRO Update Ingrid Wijte (RIPE NCC) - NRO Number Resource Status Report Aftab A. Siddiqui (NRO AC) - ASO AC Report Jia-Rong Low (ICANN) - ICANN Update Elise Gerich (ICANN) - IANA Services Update Rajnesh Singh (ISOC) - Internet Society Updates Alan Barrett (AFRINIC) - AFRINIC Update John Curran (ARIN) - ARIN Update Oscar Robles (LACNIC) - LACNIC Update Axel Pawlik (RIPE NCC) - RIPE NCC Update More information https://2016.apricot.net/program#sessions/apnicglobalreports
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Charter The charter of the NIR SIG is to share information relating to the operations, policies, and procedures of National Internet Registries with the aim of promoting close cooperation both among the NIRs and with the APNIC Secretariat. Call for Nominations The nomination period for the NIR SIG Chair & Co-Chair elections at APNIC 40 in Jakarta, Indonesia ends at 23:59 (UTC+10) on Friday, 4 September 2015. Transcript available here https://conference.apnic.net/data/40/20150908-NIRSIG-FINAL.txt
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Week 7, continued
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Information and communication technologies for development | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_and_communication_technologies_for_development 00:01:08 1 History 00:06:01 2 Theoretical background 00:09:42 2.1 Traditions of First Generation ICTD Research 00:12:57 3 ICT access and use 00:18:11 3.1 ICTD hit for six 00:18:54 3.2 Global Trends 00:22:03 3.3 Data 00:23:22 3.4 ICTD training 00:25:48 4 Applications 00:27:22 4.1 Agriculture 00:34:54 4.2 Climate change and environment 00:49:00 4.3 Education 00:52:49 4.3.1 ICT for Education 00:55:30 4.4 Literacy 01:00:26 4.5 Health 01:04:19 4.6 e-Commerce 01:08:05 4.7 E-government and civic engagement 01:11:42 5 Civic Engagement Through Social Media 01:16:25 5.1 Business 01:17:11 5.2 Other 01:32:12 5.3 ICT for Food Security 01:38:08 6 Organizations 01:45:33 6.1 Lessons learned 01:47:52 6.2 Sustainability and Scalability 01:50:49 6.3 Sustainable Development Goals 01:52:09 6.3.1 Goal Number 1: No Poverty 01:54:05 6.3.2 Goal Number 2: Zero Hunger 01:58:51 6.3.3 Goal Number 3: Good Health & Well-being 02:00:03 6.3.4 Goal Number 4: Quality Education 02:01:40 6.3.5 Goal Number 5: Gender Equality 02:02:24 6.3.6 Goal Number 6: Clean Water and Sanitation 02:04:04 6.3.7 Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy 02:04:40 6.3.8 Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth 02:05:15 6.3.9 Goal Number 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 02:06:27 6.3.10 Goal Number 10: Reduced Inequalities 02:07:12 6.3.11 Goal Number 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities 02:08:04 6.3.12 Goal Number 12: Responsible Consumption and Production 02:08:47 6.3.13 Goal Number 13: Climate Action 02:09:58 6.3.14 Goal Number 14: Life Below Water 02:10:54 6.3.15 Goal Number 15: Life on Land 02:12:09 6.3.16 Goal Number 16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 02:13:08 6.3.17 Goal Number 17: Partnerships for the Goals 02:15:59 6.3.18 Challenges 02:19:18 7 Inclusive innovation 02:29:38 7.1 Business Strategies for the ICT Sector in Expanding Economic Opportunity 02:30:29 7.2 Creating Inclusive Business Models 02:31:24 7.3 Horizontal Deepening 02:32:37 7.4 Developing Local Partner Networks 02:35:09 8 Impact assessment 02:39:55 8.1 Categorizing impact and its assessment 02:42:16 9 Mainstreaming and sidestreaming 02:45:10 10 Vision of a compelling narrative 02:47:11 11 ICT 4D Value Chain 02:49:15 12 Criticisms and challenges 02:53:36 12.1 Myths of ICT4D 02:59:56 12.2 The 9 myths of ICT in education 03:06:16 12.3 Neoliberalization of education 03:11:09 12.4 Three key challenges 03:12:59 12.5 Post-2015 gaps – new development-oriented priorities 03:21:56 12.6 Other issues 03:25:51 12.6.1 E-waste through improved design and recycling 03:27:32 12.6.2 Initial problems 03:28:38 12.7 Rebound environmental effects 03:29:44 12.8 The Dark Side of ICT4D 03:33:02 13 World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) + 10 Challenges 03:34:46 14 WSIS + 10 Beyond 2015 Priorities 03:38:33 15 ICT4D and WSIS Moving Forward 03:42:28 16 Case Studies in Different Countries and Regions 03:42:39 16.1 Africa 03:50:55 16.2 Bangladesh 03:52:17 16.2.1 In Bangladesh 03:54:06 16.3 Cambodia 03:57:41 16.4 China 03:57:49 16.4.1 Establishing eCommunity centers 03:59:01 16.4.2 The CABTS Network 04:00:04 16.4.3 China's agricultural information dissemination models 04:02:14 16.5 Indonesia 04:02:23 16.5.1 ICT policy 04:03:51 16.5.2 Infrastructure 04:05:13 16.5.3 Program planning and development 04:06:41 16.5.4 Content provision 04:07:39 16.5.5 Capability building 04:08:42 16.6 Kingdom of Bhutan 04:11:58 16.7 Lao PDR 04:13:27 16.8 Malaysia 04:14:37 16.8.1 Population and human resource development (poverty eradication) 04:16:07 16.8.2 Regional and agriculture development 04:17:47 16.8.3 Health 04:18:21 16.8.4 Youth and woman development 04:19:19 16.8.5 Government 04:19:49 16.9 New Zealand 04:21:50 16.9.1 Millennium Development Goals - 2015 04:22:37 16.9.2 National ICT Policies 04:23:09 16.9.3 Studies comparing New Zealand and Australia 04:25:59 16.10 Philippines 04:28:27 16.10.1 Applications 04:46:55 ICT related bills 04:48:53 16.10.2 ICT - related programs and projects in the Philippinessup[273]/sup 04:49:40 Agricultural Extension and the OPAPA 04:53:09 16.11 Thailand 04:54:18 16.11.1 School Net Thailand 04:54:49 16.11.2 Government information network 04:55:16 16.11.3 ICT laws 04:55:35 16.11.4 IT 2010 04:56:18 16.11.5 ICT 2020/SMART THAILAND 2020 04:58:48 16.12 United Arab Emirates 05:00:24 16.13 Zimbabwe 05:02:41 17 International programs, agencies, and strategies 05:02:54 17.1 APTIVATE 05:03:41 17.2 CIDA 05:09:04 17.3 eLAC 05:10:51 17.4 GFAR 05:14:28 17.5 Girls in ICT 05:17:05 17.6 ICT4Peace 05:23:02 17.7 IDRC 05:23:40 17.8 IICD 05:25:27 17.9 SDC 05:26:52 17.10 SiRC 05:28:19 17.11 SIRCA 05:36:00 17.12 SPIDER 05:36:57 17.13 UNCTAD 05:38:03 17.14 W.TEC 05:39:48 18 Future 05:48:27 19 See also 05:48:36 20 Sources Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at aro ...
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