This post will contain two major parts; Getting configurations onto Cisco IOS switches via TFTP, and utilizing config replace to replace configurations quickly for different labs. The first part, loading configuration files via TFTP, is really only needed on devices that don't have USB ports such as the 3650 platform. The first step is to … Continue reading Uploading CCIE lab configurations & using config replace to save time
A requirement I've quickly come to realize with building my lab is remote access into lab my equipment. This requirement is two fold, I don't feel like always sitting in my basement to build topologies and I'm not always home when I will be studying. This need naturally led me to acquiring a terminal server, … Continue reading Remote Lab Access and Control
I decided that I wanted to almost double the time it took to re-cable my CCIE Lab so I made a time lapse video out of it. I think it turned out pretty well! The layout is pretty straight forward, I have a 2801 and 3560 as a "hub" which acts is a … Continue reading A short little time lapse I made…
Today I sat for the BCVRE (Brocade Certified vRouter Engineer) [170-010] exam. This was my first exam for Brocade and it was interesting. In this exam I was able to go backwards and even review my questions at the end. I did enjoy the fact that they covered a great range of information from basic … Continue reading Passed my first Brocade exam!