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Jul
24
2013

When to use IS-IS?

intermediate system to intermediate system IS-IS

why we use IS-IS? IS-IS is suppose to be perfect protocol for large environment, LAN and Point to point environment. Like the OSPF protocol intermediate system to intermediate system (IS-IS) is also a link state routing protocol with fast convergence. ISIS uses the OSI protocols and CLNP address for communication among each other. IS-IS also […]

Jul
23
2013

When to use OSPF | why use Open shortest path first?

Why we use OSPF as a Routing Protocol? OSPF works great in different WAN environments like  point to point, non broad cost multi-access, point to multipoint, frame-relay and in LAN environment. OSPF is also a great routing protocol for dialup scenarios and in heterogeneous organization which use to own different companies or business having with […]

Jul
22
2013

When to use EIGRP why use Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol?

EIGRP

why we use EIGRP? Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol was a Cisco proprietary protocol, but this premise that EIGRP is a Cisco proprietary protocol does not hold true anymore. EIGRP is suitable to use in medium to large networks. Following are some key features for help you to choosing EIGRP as your routing protocol.  EIGRP is an advanced […]

Jul
22
2013

When to use RIP why use Routing information protocol?

RIP

RIP Features..! Routing information protocol is most commonly deployed routing protocols, most of the operating windows, Linux and novel system use RIP. Routing information protocol is normally suitable for small office, medium office, branch office environment and flat networks. RIP is an interior routing protocol and used in inter-domain environment.  RIP have following three versions: […]

Jul
21
2013

Network Traffic Management | CCDA

Analyzing Application Traffic: Analyzing and management of application traffic is another important aspect of switching network, and must have to be managed it properly for good performance of the network. For application traffic we have the 20/80 rule and according to this rule our 20% traffic is local traffic that remains within our access network […]

Jul
20
2013

Cisco Enterprise Composite Network Model | CCDA

Cisco Enterprise Network Architecture In this article we will discuss the overview of enterprise campus design and also learn Cisco enterprise composite network model. In campus design we may have the multiple building and we have to deal with layer-3 and layer-2 switching in access and distribution to build a switching topology. Cisco enterprise composite […]

Jul
16
2013

How to design network | Eight step design methodology

Designing a network? For designing a network against any requirements you can use the following eight steps design methodology. Which have a complete detail and procedure for designing any network. Recognize Customer needs Describe the existing Network Design networking & topology Solution Plan the network implementation Construct a prototype network Fully Document the Design Implement the […]

Jul
14
2013

Content Networking or CND-Content Delivery Network

Content Networking or CND-Content Delivery Network

What is CDN or Content Networking? Now a days network engineer needs to be focus on content networking also known as content delivery network (CND) for efficient performance and QOS. Today in our large networks we are running video and voice for online services, web streaming technologies. These multimedia services demands content-aware technologies including content […]

Jul
12
2013

Service Oriented Network Architecture | Cisco SONA

What is SONA? SONA is ongoing architecture framework and it is not a protocol. It is a framework which supports the emerging technologies, IT strategies and emerging initiatives. SONA provides guidance, best practices, and blueprints for connecting network services and applications to enable business solutions. SONA works as architecture framework and provide the functionality and […]

Jul
12
2013

Cisco IIN Intelligent Information Network

What is Cisco IIN? Cisco IIN is multiphase architecture. It is like a vision to inject the intelligent into network architecture It is multiphase approach for integrating network with applications, software, servers and services. Single integrated system to provide intelligent across the multiple layers to pull the network structure in closer alignment and provide the […]

Jul
11
2013

Cisco 3 layer Hierarchical Network Model | Core |Distribution | Access

Cisco three Layer Model: Cisco has three layer hierarchical network model that consist of following layers: Core Layer Distribution Layer Access Layer This three layered model is the basic foundation for creating small and larger Networks. Using this we can design a hierarchical network with dividing the network into 3 different layers which also help […]

Jul
11
2013

Cisco PPDIOO | A Network Life Cycle

What is Cisco PPDIOO? PPDIOO (Prepare, Plan, Design, Implement, Operate, and Optimize) is the network life cycle that is defined by Cisco. PPDIOO has the six phases or steps for designing a network and these design phases are as following: Prepare Plan Design Implement Operate Optimize     Advantages/ benefits of PPDIOO: The main advantage of […]