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1  Cisco / CCNA / Abbreviations on: August 18, 2004, 04:19:02 PM
Thanks for the suggestion forbesl.

btw, it took me a couple of hours to type up my last reply on a text editor while I was busy doing other things.
2  Cisco / CCNA / Router stuck at startup on: August 18, 2004, 04:16:39 PM
Since you are apparently connected to the router via a terminal emulation program of some sort, or via telnet, did you try pushing the "break" key while the router is rebooting?
3  Cisco / CCNA / Abbreviations on: August 18, 2004, 12:04:16 PM
forbesl

It would be nice if I had that kind of time to just browse.  Besides prepping myself for the CCNA, (as well as the MCSA/MCSE), I am the sole IT person in my department who has designed and built up the network of which I have installed... and have to maintain, the Win 2k Server, SQL server 2k, MS Xchnge 2k Server, 28 workstations with Win XP Pro, 3 laptops, 12+ printers, a secure fully-meshed VPN Network with 6 Cisco routers, 1 Pix firewall and 3 dialup clients with 1 being ISDN, a surveillence system, with other projects to include a Web Server, IP Telephony and a failover network and ID system.  That doesn't include my family of 4 children that I have to make time for too.  So needless to say, I am on the road a lot too.  I was of the understanding that this forum was designed to "HELP" people who are attempting to get certified in IT.  I can understand an answer from you like that if I was simply trying to get a "paper cert."  But as you can see, I am an IT "Professional."  I don't know too many in my field that has time to browse.  I didn't even have time to simply look at this site for a couple of months, much less "search" for an answer to my question.  Perhaps if I was just a "Tech" I would have time enough to "search" for the answer to my question.  Also, if my employer would shell out the money for me to seek certifications, I wouldn't have to ask simple questions that no one wants give a straight answer instead of a "simple" answer.
4  Cisco / CCNA / Abbreviations on: August 17, 2004, 02:56:27 PM
When taking the CCNA exam, can I get a right answer by typing the abbreviations on the simulated CLI just as I can with a real IOS?  Or do I have to type out the whole command?

Also, in the simulations, if I can't remember the entire algorithm of a command, can I type a "?" and get a list of available commands that I can type next, just like on a real IOS?
5  Cisco / CCNA / RAT's on: August 16, 2004, 05:26:02 PM
Thanks for the heads up smrkdown.  On that note, are the Cisco Press "CCNA Intro" and "CCNA ICND" self-study guides enough to pass the 801?  I do have some routing experience with Cisco routers.
6  Cisco / CCNA / RAT's on: August 16, 2004, 04:29:12 PM
Does the 640-801 dwell a lot on the RAT's (Remote Access Technologies)?  Just wondering, cause I got enough experience and a decent knowledge base of routing and switching, but just a little ISDN and 56k, but I never really paid much attention to the standards.  I'm just wondering how much of the stuff I don't use, do I need to know for the exam?
7  General discussions / General Discussion / demoting DC that Xchnge 2k is on on: July 15, 2004, 05:37:45 PM
I have to rename my DC, and in order to do that, I have to demote the DC back to a member server.  Also, Xchnge 2k server is on the DC. Do I have to uninstall Exhange 2k server before I demote the DC to a member server so that I can change the name of the server?
8  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / Exchange server 2000 / demoting DC that Xchnge 2k is on on: July 15, 2004, 05:34:53 PM
Do I have to uninstall Exhange 2k server before I demote the DC to a member server so that I can change the name of the server?
9  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / 70-218 / cnames and ns/mx records on: July 08, 2004, 06:59:23 PM
Yah, I think you are right.
10  General discussions / General Discussion / cnames and ns/mx records on: July 08, 2004, 06:56:24 PM
Thaks... that was very helpful.  Now I know what I gotta do... and what I can't do...lol...
11  General discussions / General Discussion / cnames and ns/mx records on: July 07, 2004, 04:55:47 PM
Why can't I map a cname to an ns or mx record? I saw a site that instructs on how to add cnames and it says: "Caution: Do not use a CNAME alias record for a name-based domain, or an NS or MX record." However, it does not explain why. Also, I've been looking to find out why it put that caution up there, but I haven't found anything that will explain it. Anyone have any idea's, or opinions?Huh
12  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / 70-218 / cnames and ns/mx records on: July 07, 2004, 04:52:52 PM
Why can't I map a cname to an ns or mx record?  I saw a site that instructs on how to add cnames and it says: "Caution: Do not use a CNAME alias record for a name-based domain, or an NS or MX record."  However, it does not explain why.  Also, I've been looking to find out why it put that caution up there, but I haven't found anything that will explain it.  Anyone have any idea's, or opinions?Huh
13  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Static mapping for SMTP traffic on: July 06, 2004, 12:14:21 PM
I was wondering, if I want to keep my mail server on our private network that is behind a pix firewall and 3620 router, as opposed to setting up a DMZ, do I need 2 NIC's in my mail server?  Especially since my mail server will have both a public IP address for the SMTP traffic from the internet, and a private ip address for the private hosts on the network?
14  General discussions / General Discussion / split-brain dns on: July 02, 2004, 06:55:13 PM
Thanks George!  Your sure good help with this matter.  Your advice will be taken into serious consideration.
15  General discussions / General Discussion / split-brain dns on: July 02, 2004, 06:35:41 PM
Thanks George, I kinda figured that I would need to do that.  Since I have to set up static zones on the public side, how much would my performance degrade, if any, if I put the outside static zone on a machine with only 128 MB of RAM and a 450 MHz processor, and my internal dns server is a screamer with 3.2 GHz processor and about 1 Gb of RAM?  Or would it be better to do it vice versa?  Or should I even do it that way.  I do know that I can create a DMZ on the pix, but I would have to get a separate ethernet card for the DMZ.  Also, would it be better to simply add an ACL for tcp to access the smtp port to the server's public IP, along with a static mapping of the inside and outside interfaces to the public and private addresses of the server, which would keep it entirely behind the firewall with the rest of the network?.... (been doing a little research, but can't decide)
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