Basic DHCP | NAT Configuration

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No matter if it is a small office network or a large enterprise, todays networks require the ability to connect numerous computer and other devices to your network and have them be able to access the internet. Due to the dwindling number of available public IP address there needs to be a way to translate these inside private addressed devices to a shared pool of outside public addresses. This is called Network Address Translation (NAT).

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Spanning Tree Optimization Root Bridge Placement

Posted by: admin  :  Category: CCNA, CCNP, Packet Tracer, Switching

With the ever expanding use of multilayer switches in today’s modern networks the ability to understand, configuring and optimize Spanning Tree has become very important part of setting up and maintaining today’s multilayer switched networks.

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