Cisco Workgroupe

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{{Project
 
{{Project
|Current=Yes
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|Category=Coding
 
|Category=Coding
 
|Logo=Cisco CCNA Logo512.png
 
|Logo=Cisco CCNA Logo512.png
|Participants=Jobj,TomD, Kefcom,  
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|Participants=Jobj,TomD, Kefcom,Tom, User:Ivom, 001
 
|Locations=Den Bunker
 
|Locations=Den Bunker
|Short description=WorkGroupe CCNA
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|Events=Cisco Packet Mayhem 00, Cisco Packet Mayhem 01, Cisco Packet Mayhem 02, Cisco Packet Mayhem 03, Cisco Packet Mayhem 04
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|Short description=WorkGroup CCNA
 
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We teach ourselves Cisco related stuff:
 
We teach ourselves Cisco related stuff:
  
proposals for day and frequency of workgroupe?
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proposals for day and frequency of workgroup?
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*Saturdayevening Bi-weekly
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*there are plenty of scenario's we can rebuild in Cisco's Packettracer.
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*everyone brings a networking idea to the group and presents it as a challenge for the group to solve.
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*to sharpen the troubleshooting skills, we need unforeseen troubles. Perhaps, in turn, one could be the troublemaker. (such as tampering with the cables, settings, and other kinds of mayhem ;-)
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*more proposals
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*...
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===Little project ideas===
 
===Little project ideas===
Moastly useless projects, but fun for who's into tcp segments, ip frames, ethernet packets and bits (<-- terms are usefull for CCNA exam)
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Mostly useless projects, but fun for who's into tcp segments, ip packets, ethernet frames and bits (<-- terms are usefull for CCNA exam, atleast one has spotted the error ;-)
 
Most can be tested in Cisco's Packet Tracer.
 
Most can be tested in Cisco's Packet Tracer.
*How to make an infinite loop (well atleast as long as the TTL of a packet isn't zero)
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*How to make an infinite loop (well at least as long as the TTL of a packet isn't zero)
 
*Would it be possible to ping the next door computer but first route the packets around the world?
 
*Would it be possible to ping the next door computer but first route the packets around the world?
 
*If routing around the world has succeeded, could we collide the packets then? (So in fact we would have made the Large Ping Collider ;-)
 
*If routing around the world has succeeded, could we collide the packets then? (So in fact we would have made the Large Ping Collider ;-)
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*pxe booting cisco devices

Latest revision as of 17:34, 18 November 2012


Cisco Workgroupe
What:
WorkGroup CCNA
Cisco CCNA Logo512.png
Participants:
Jobj, TomD, Kefcom, Tom, User:Ivom, 001
Category:
Coding
Locations:
Den Bunker
Events:
Cisco Packet Mayhem 00, Cisco Packet Mayhem 01, Cisco Packet Mayhem 02, Cisco Packet Mayhem 03, Cisco Packet Mayhem 04

We teach ourselves Cisco related stuff:

proposals for day and frequency of workgroup?


Little project ideas

Mostly useless projects, but fun for who's into tcp segments, ip packets, ethernet frames and bits (<-- terms are usefull for CCNA exam, atleast one has spotted the error ;-) Most can be tested in Cisco's Packet Tracer.

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