Wireless LAN Standards | 802.11a vs 802.11b vs 802.11g

The main standard for wireless LAN is the 802.11. WLAN applications include inside-building access, LAN extension, outside building-to building communications, public access, and small office/home office communications. Some of the famous standards that are used in wireless communication are: 802.11 Wireless Standard: 802.11 is for wireless local area network standard and the original 802.11 standard … Read more Wireless LAN Standards | 802.11a vs 802.11b vs 802.11g

Network management Design and Solution | CCDA

Once your network is design and deployed, then it must be managed by the operations team. Network management tools are used to gather operating statistics and to manage devices. Statistics are gathered on WAN bandwidth utilization, router CPU and memory utilization, and interface counters. In a large network you need proper network management to control … Read more Network management Design and Solution | CCDA

Designing an IPv6 Network

As a CCDA candidate you need to have high level understanding of IPv6, specification and IPv6 design issues.  Also must understand how an IPv6 address is represented and the different types of IPv6 addresses. Why we need IPv6? IPv6 is a mechanism that is really put together to overcome the limitation of IPv4 standard. The … Read more Designing an IPv6 Network

IPv4 to Ipv6 Transition Strategies and Deployments

As a CCDA candidate we must aware with the IPv4 to Ipv6 transitions, using these transition methods you can design your IPv6 network or you can run both IPv4 and IPv6 in your network. Following are the Models are used for IPv4 to IPv6 transition. Each model provides several advantages and is advantages, the dual-stack … Read more IPv4 to Ipv6 Transition Strategies and Deployments

IPv6 Types and Allocations


IPv6 types of Addresses Following are the most common types of the IPv6 addresses: IPv6 Unicast IPv6 Anycast IPv6 Multicast The leading bits of an IPv6 address can define the IPv6 address type, following are the starting Hexadecimal/Prefix of common IPV6 types: Starting Bits IPv6 address  type or allocation 0000::/8 Unspecified, loopback, IPv4-compatible 2000::/3 Global Unicast … Read more IPv6 Types and Allocations