New IPv6 articles

Hey there, this week, we have more articles in the IPv6 series published on the Intense School site. The series contains 13 articles in total and I believe they are very explanatory (maybe too explanatory) so be sure to check them out.

Like I said before, many certification exams seem to be testing on IPv6 including Cisco. As such, if you want more training courses on Cisco, you should visit the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

ASDM and Network Performance Assessment Articles

Network Performance Assessment

Speed Test

Hey there, last week on the Intense School site, two new articles were posted. The first one is the conclusion of the Cisco ASDM series that I was running. It covers AnyConnect SSL VPN on the Cisco ASA. The second article discusses the steps to take to assess the performance of a with Network/Internet.

If you are looking for bootcamps in Cisco certification, you should definitely take a look at the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

IPv6 Series

IPv6

IPv6 series

Stemming from my ignorance in IPv6, I decided to read about it and document my learning as I go along. This is how the IPv6 series currently running on the Intense School site was born. The following articles have been posted so far:

There are more articles coming up including the IPv6 header and packet structure, ICMPv6; and many more. Be sure to constantly check out the Intense School site.

IPv6 is gaining momentum and many certification exams seem to be testing on it including Cisco. As such, if you want more training courses on Cisco, you should visit the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

Conclusion of CCP Series

Cisco Easy VPN client

CCP Series: Easy VPN

The CCP series I ran on the Intense School site was a long one spanning over 20 articles and 11 labs. We have finally come to the end of that series with the last lab on Cisco Easy VPN. Although many “techy” people may not like using GUI on Cisco, the Cisco Configuration Professional is actually a good way to learn about different features and it may also come in handy when setting up a quick lab.

The labs in the CCP series are related to the Cisco Security exams (CCNA, CCNP Security, CCIE Security) and if you want to learn more about these exams, classes are available at Intense School!

Techy Post: Thin-client SSL VPN

This week on the Intense School site, we have a new article in the Cisco Configuration Professional Series. This article discusses how to configure thin-client SSL VPN using CCP. Thin-client SSL VPN, also called port forwarding, provides secure access to fixed TCP port services such as SSH, Telnet, and SMTP.

The labs in the CCP series are related to the Cisco Security exams (CCNA, CCNP Security, CCIE Security) and if you want to learn more about these exams, classes are available at Intense School!

Techy Posts: GNS3 Articles on Intense School

Hey guys,

This week, we have two new articles on the Intense School site. The first article is a continuation of the CCP series where we customize the SSL VPN interface. In the second article, I discuss an issue I discovered with GNS3 and VPN clients when connecting from the host system. Be sure to check these out.

The labs in the CCP series are related to the Cisco Security exams (CCNA, CCNP Security, CCIE Security) and if you want to learn more about these exams, classes are available at Intense School!

From receiving to giving

It’s been a while since I wrote a post that wasn’t techy but I thought I will share this.

In Genesis 37, the Bible introduces Joseph the dreamer. Gen 37:5 reads thus:

“And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told it his brethren: and they hated him yet the more

I can’t imagine what it would have been like being Joseph- hated by your own brothers to the point of being sold (they even wanted to kill him) but that is not where I’m going with this. As we continue in the story of Joseph, we see that he is a boy/man who has the fear of God in him and God made him prosper everywhere he went. Then in Genesis 40, we see Joseph the Interpreter and it was this act of interpretation that eventually led to his release from prison and uplifting, albeit 2 years later.

Then it struck me: The dreams we receive will become reality when we start giving something to bring about the fulfillment of those dreams, that is, being a solution provider.