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    Four Types Of Network Cabling

    Network cable acts like a medium through which information travels from one network device to the other. The type of cable selected for a network depends on the network’s size, topology, and procedure. The various types of network cables act as the backbone of the network infrastructure.  

    Coaxial Cable

    It has a single copper conductor in the middle. A plastic layer provides insulation between the braided metal shield and center conductor. The metal shield blocks outer interference from motors, fluorescent lights, and other computers. Coaxial cabling is extremely resistant to signal obstruction though it is complex to install. It can handle great cable lengths between network devices than the twisted pair cable. The two types of coaxial cables are thin coaxial and thick coaxial.

    Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) Cable

    It is a special kind of copper telephone wiring used in business installations. An external shield which functions as a ground is added to the normal twisted pair telephone wires. Shielded twisted pair may be the answer if you want to place the cable in an area with potential interference and risk to the electrical current in the UTP. Shielded cables can also help in expanding the distance between the cables.

    Fiber Optic Cable

    Fiber optic cabling consists of a center glass core surrounded by many layers of protective materials. It removes the problem of electrical obstruction by transmitting light rather than electronic signals. This makes them perfect for certain atmospheres which contain huge amount of electrical interference. It has become the standard for connecting networks between buildings because of its resistance to lighting and moisture.
     

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    Unshielded Twisted Pair

    It is the most admired type of network cable in the world. UTP cable is used for both conventional telephone and computer networking. The various wiring schemes for UTP are:
    • CAT1 which is used for telephone wire. CAT2 supports speeds up to 4 Mbps and used frequently for token ring networks.
    • CAT3 and CAT4 are both used for Token Ring networks for higher network speeds.
    • CAT5 wire is now replaced by the CAT5e designs providing an enhanced crosstalk specification allowing it to support speeds up to 1 Gbps. It is the most used network cabling specification in the world.
    • CAT6 support speeds of 1 Gbps for length up to 100 meters and 10 Gbps up to 55 meters. Organizations using CAT6 cabling should use a specialized cable analyzer to request a complete test report, to ensure that the the CAT6 guidelines and standards have been followed during the installation.
    • The CAT7 is a fresh copper cable pattern which can support speeds of 10Gbps and length up to 100 meters.
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    Types of cables for Networking

    Four Types Of Network Cabling Network cable acts like a medium through which information travels from one network device to the other. The type of ca...

    2019-06-03 12:41:59

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    Breaking News

     

    Today Cisco posted their official announcement on the upcoming changes for their CCIE Certification Program

    Major announcement from Cisco CCIE program team to Cisco CCIE Certification program as a whole.

    Cisco has made changes to all 6 tracks of the CCIE Program.

       

    The following CCIE Certifications have been revised to a newer version

    CCIE Collaboration v2.0 to CCIE Collaboration v3.0 CCIE Data Center v2.1 to CCIE Data Center v3.0 CCIE Security v5.0 to CCIE Security v6.0 CCIE Service Provider v4.1 to CCIE Service Provider v5.0

    Cisco retired the following CCIE Certifications:

    CCIE Routing & Switching v5.0 CCIE Wireless v3.1

    Cisco introduced new CCIE Certifications:

    CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure CCIE Enterprise Wireless

       

    The New CCIE Practical Exam Format


      The 8 hours practical exam will assess candidates’ skills in designing, deploying, operating and optimizing complex network scenarios. The exam consists out of 2 modules. These modules are fixed in time and will be delivered in a fixed sequence. Module 1: Design (3 hours) Module 2: Deploy, Operate and Optimize (5 hours) Automation and Network Programmability skills, as per Exam Topics, are an integral part of both modules.     Candidates will be tested on varying technologies and solutions. A progressive storyline will be created throughout the entire 8 hours lab practical exam even though both modules independent from each other. Candidates will not be able to navigate back-and-forward between modules. Module 1: Design (3 hours) This module measures the ability to create, analyze, validate and optimize network designs, which is the base for all deployment activities. Candidates will need to:
    • Understand capabilities of different technologies, solutions and services.
    • Translate customer requirements into solutions.
    • Assess readiness to support proposed solutions.
    The module is scenario-based, without access to any devices. Candidates will be provided with a set of documentation required to discern before answering web-based items. Examples of documentation include email threads, high-level design, network topology diagrams, customer requirements and restrictions, etc. Examples of web-based items include Drag-and-Drop, Multiple-Choice-Single-Answer, Multiple-Choice-Multiple-Answer, Dropdown items, etc. During this module backward navigation will be disabled. As such, candidates will not have full visibility on all questions within this module. Points value(s) associated to each item are not displayed within this module.   Module 2: Deploy, Operate and Optimize (5 hours) In this module, candidates will be deploying, operating and optimizing network technologies and solutions.
    • Deploy: Candidates will build the network according to the design specifications, customer requirements and restrictions. All steps required for a successful network implementation will be covered, including configuring, integrating and troubleshooting the commissioning of technologies and solutions, as per Exam Topics.
     
    • Operate and Optimize: Candidates will operate and optimize network technologies and solutions. This includes monitoring network health, network performance, configure the network to improve service quality, reduce disruptions, mitigate outages, reduce operating costs, and maintain high availability, reliability, and security, as well as diagnose potential issues and adjust configurations to align to changing business goals and/or technical requirements.
    This module provides a setup that is very close to an actual production network environment and will consist of both hands-on (device access) as well as web-based items. Where possible, a virtualized lab environment will be used in this module. Please refer to the equipment and software list for more detailed information. During this module backward navigation will be enabled. Candidates will have full visibility on all questions within this module. Points value(s) associated to each item are displayed within this module.

    How will Octa Networks help students who are preparing for the existing CCIE before it expires ?

    Octa Networks has a tremendous history in CCIE Success Stories. Our fast-paced boot camp will make you ready for the CCIE Lab in less than 3 months. We had students who have passed the lab in less than 2 months. Click here to contact us for  our CCIE Training Programs. If you enroll now you get flat 40% discount on our listed price.

     

    Future Plans of Octa Networks for the Next Generation CCIE Certifications ?

    Octa Networks has a huge reach of people working in the Cisco Industry. Currently our team is attending the annual Cisco Live! conference held in San Diego. Our team will be researching what topics have be included and excluded and how to prepare for the new CCIE's and Exam Format. We have always been one of the first training center in the world to prepare CCIE aspirants to pass CCIE. Currently we are the first training center in the world to successfully crack CCIE Datacenter v2.1 and CCIE Collaboration v2.0. Previously we cracked CCIE Security v5.0 within 4 months of its launch and have back to back passing since then. With our Octa CCIE's and the teams experience we aim to be among the first training vendors to crack the Next Generation CCIE's Stay tuned for more such updated news on CCIE and Cisco related by joining the newsletter below.  

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    Breaking News : Cisco Reboots CCIE Certification

      Today Cisco posted their official announcement on the upcoming changes for their CCIE Certification Program Major announcement from Cisco...

    2019-06-10 13:08:28

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  • Routing & Switching

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    Access Lists

    An access lists is essentially a list of conditions that categorize packets, and they really come in handy when you need to exercise control over network traffic. Access-lists are one of the most common and an easiest-to-understand use of access list is to filter unwanted packets when implementing security policies. You can set them up to make very specific decisions about regulating traffic patterns so that they’ll allow only certain host to access web resources on the internet while restricting others. With the right combination of access list, network managers arm themselves with the power to enforce nearly any security policy they can invent.

    Access lists statements

    If a given condition is met, then a given action is taken. If the specific condition is not met, nothing happens and the next statement is evaluated. Access lists statement are basically packets filters that packets are compared against, categorized by, and acted upon accordingly. Once the lists are built, they can be applied to either inbound or out bound traffic on any interface. Applying an ACL cause the router to analyze every packet crossing that interface in the specified direction and take the appropriate action.

    There are three important rules that a packet follow when it’s being compared with an access list:

    • The packet is always compared with each line of the ACL in sequential order it will always started with the first statement of the ACL, moves on to 2 statement, then 3rd statement, and so on.
    • The packet is compared with statement of the access list until a match is made. Once it matches the condition on a statement of the access list, the packet is acted upon and no further comparisons take place.
    • There is an implicit “deny” at the end of each access list, this means that if a packet doesn’t match any condition on any of the statements in the access list, the packet will be discarded.

    Type of access list (ACL)

    1. Standard access lists    these access list use only source IP address in an IP packet as the condition test. All decisions are made based on the source IP address. This means that standard ACLs basically permit or deny an entire suite of protocols. They do not distinguished between any of the many type of IP traffic such as web, telnet, UDP and so on.
    2. Extended access lists extended ACLs can evaluate many of the other fields in the layer 3 and layer 4 headers of an IP packet. They can evaluate source and destination IP addresses, the protocol field in the network layer header, and the port number at the transport layer header. This gives extended ACLs the ability to make much more granular decisions when controlling traffic.
    3. Named access lists name access list are either standard or extended and not actually a district type. To use ACLs as a packet filter, you need to apply it to an interface on the router which you wanted the traffic filtered. And you’ve got to specify which direction of traffic you want the ACLs applied to. You must you different ACLs for inbound and outbound traffic on a single interface :
    • Inbound ACLs: when an access lists is applied to inbound packet on an interface, those packets are processed through the access list before being routed to the outbound interface. Any packets that are denied won’t be routed.
    • Outbound ACLs when an access list is applied to outbound packets on an interface, packets are routed to the outbound interface and then processed through the access list before being queued.
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    Access Lists

    Access Lists An access lists is essentially a list of conditions that categorize packets, and they really come in handy when you need to exercise con...

    2019-05-17 14:47:35

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