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OSPFv3 Configuration Example on Cisco IOS

Posted by gokhankosem on 26 Sep 17 - 0 Comments

OSPFv3 Configuration Example on Cisco IOS OSPFv3 is the IPv6 cabaple version of OSPF. The previous version of OSPF was OSPFv2. OSPFv2 is for IPv4. Here, we will configure OSPFv3 for the below topology. As you can see, there are three areas and six routers in this topology. For OSPFv3 configuration, we will follow the […]

ISIS Configuration Example on Cisco IOS

Posted by gokhankosem on 26 Sep 17 - 0 Comments
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ISIS Configuration Example on Cisco IOS In this Cisco ISIS configuration example, we will configure an ISIS domain and see how to establish ISIS Routing. For our example we will use the below four-routered topology. Here, we will have 3 different area. We are using multi area model to show you the link level configurations. […]

What is Protected Port ?

Posted by gokhankosem on 10 Sep 17 - 0 Comments
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What is Protected Port ? Protected Ports are one of the security mechanisms used on switch world. By default all the switch ports are unprotected and equal. But with protected port configuration, some ports are filtered an restricted to access each other. If you configure a port as protected, data traffic on layer 2 is […]

Private VLAN Cisco Configuration Example

Posted by gokhankosem on 10 Sep 17 - 0 Comments
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Private VLAN Cisco Configuration Example For Private VLAN configuration, we will do a configuration example with one switch and one router. Here, we will use the same topology that we have used before for Private VLAN overview. Our topology, ports and VLANs will be like below: We will do the below Configuration on the Switch, […]

Private VLANs (pVLANs)

Posted by gokhankosem on 10 Sep 17 - 3 Comments
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Private VLANs (pVLANs) VLANs used to divide the Broadcast Domains. With this division, different departments, networks are isolated each other and become another Broadcast Domain. Sometimes, this separation is not enough and additional separation is needed. Private VLANs (pVLANs) are used at these times. Basically we can say that Private VLANs are sub-VLANs or VLAN […]


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