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CCNA Certification: IP Address Components

Welcome to a new lesson about IP addresses. In your preparation for taking the CCNA certification you must know what are the components of an IP address. We previously discussed IP addresses and types of IP addresses. Today we will discuss the components of an IP address. As previously discussed, there are 3 types of

Cisco Certification: Open Shortest Path First – OSPF Part II

Now on to part II of our CCNA certification topic of OSPF. OSPF however, can be a challenge in Multiaccess Networks. Creating adjacencies for every two routers in your network can result to a great number of unnecessary adjacencies and this leads to LSA flooding. To better understand the result, the formula to figure out

Cisco Certification: Open Shortest Path First – OSPF Part I

Today we will talk about the OSPF dynamic routing protocol, as required for Cisco’s CCNA Exam. You should learn this protocol carefully, not only because Cisco requires a good knowledge for the CCNA certification, but you will find it in many network deployments today. From all Interior Gateway Protocols (IGPs), OSPF is probably the most

CCNA Certification: Open Shortest Path First – OSPF

CCNA Certification: Open Shortest Path First - OSPF Today we will talk about the OSPF dynamic routing protocol, as required for Cisco’s CCNA Exam. You should learn this protocol carefully, not only because Cisco requires a good knowledge for the CCNA certification, but you will find it in many network deployments today. From all Interior

Spanning-tree Protocol – STP Part II

Today we are going to continue our CCNA exam topic of Spanning Tree Protocol.   I hope you find this information helpful.  A quick note for just our blog readers....you get the first scoop on some new CCNA certification material we are creating.  Check out some of our CCNA videos. Let me know what you think

Spanning-tree Protocol – STP – Part I

First of all, we would like to welcome you again to a new article from our Cisco CCNA exam preparation series. Today we will study the Spanning-tree Protocol (STP). Spanning-tree Protocol (STP) is a link-layer protocol. STP allows you to add redundant links to your network and maintain a loop-free topology. In your preparation for

CCNA Concept: Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

In this lesson we will introduce you to further more to Dynamic Routing, as this is a core requirement in your preparation for Cisco’s CCNA exam. Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is the first dynamic routing protocol ever invented and it’s important to understand how it works while learning for your CCNA certification. Routing Information Protocol

CCNA 640-802 Skill: Introduction to Routing

Welcome to the CiscoKits CCNA Blog!  This will be the first in a series of our weekly blogs covering the various topics you will see on your Cisco CCNA 640-802 certification exam.  We encourage you to participate in the blog by adding your own comments and feedback regarding your experiences on preparing for the exam