IEOC CCIE Forums

IEOC - INE's Online Community

Welcome to INE's Online Community - IEOC - a place for CCIE and CCENT candidates to connect, share, and learn. Our Online Community features CCIE forums and discussions for all tracks including Routing & Switching, Voice, Security, Service Provider, Wireless,, and Storage. Through these online communities you can discuss your questions with thousands of your peers, hundreds of CCIE's and INE's own team of world renowned CCIE instructors and authors, Brian Dennis - Quintuple CCIE #2210, Brian McGahan – Triple CCIE #8593, Petr Lapukhov - Quad CCIE #16379, and Mark Snow - Dual CCIE #14073.

Search

Page 1 of 206 (2057 items) 1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last »
  • Need study materials: service-instances

    Hello all, I am looking for INE videos to study service-instances. I believe the keyword is EVC, but maybe there is other related terminology. If these INE videos exist, can someone point me to them? Very much appreciated!
    Posted to CCIE Service Provider Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 03-22-2017
  • Re: 127.0.0.1 VS 10.0.0.1

    10.0.0.1 is an address that you have given it, whether manually or via DHCP. 127.0.0.1 is always a local host address. It can be used for testing. [quote] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Localhost "...The local loopback mechanism is useful for testing software during development, independently of any networking configurations. For example, if a computer
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 03-20-2017
  • Re: Video Playback Issues in Chrome

    Hey Guys, From what I have seen in the past with video issus, it normally seems to happen with just a subset of the videos. Maybe an encoding issue.....with just some videos. I do not work for support, but it might be helpful if you can verify what your case is. I am thinking that if it is ALL videos, then it may be an issue on your side. Maybe someone
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching General (Forum) by JoeM on 03-20-2017
  • Re: Feasible Distance/Computed Distance

    [quote user="dmytro_s"] And yet another explanation from the book by Narbik/Peter: "By its definition, in the Passive state, after the FD has been initialized, it can only decrease (if the current best CD happens to fall below the current value of FD) or remain at its current value (if the current best CD rises but the route remains Passive
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 03-18-2017
  • Re: Feasible Distance/Computed Distance

    [quote user="dmytro_s"] I believe you're right. FD was a best route in the past and can be a reference point when a change on the network happens, but it doesn't mean that feasible successor will have its CD equal to that FD. [/quote] I think that you are mixing the terms. Every possible route for a prefix has a Computed Distance.
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 03-17-2017
  • Re: Feasible Distance/Computed Distance

    Hi Dmytro, My thougthts have only changed regarding when the FD reference is updated. This the reason for the "historical FD value". I do not see how the FD can be "lowered" without going ACTIVE. All of the routes have a Computed Distance, so this term (CD) does not reference a best route. Variance and Feasible Successor(s) will
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 03-17-2017
  • Re: Feasible Distance/Computed Distance

    [quote user="dmytro_s"] So, should we treat Feasible Distance as a Computed Distance or rather a historical record? What do we see in routing table? (FD/RD) or (CD/RD)? Thanks! [/quote] Hi DMYTRO, Thankyou for this post. I needed to do a little homework to grasp the term "historical record", and this forced me to revise my thinking
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 03-16-2017
  • Re: IEOC login with FireFox - broken?

    Thanks Darrell. Good to see you still around. I am able to logon with my other device using Firefox 51.0.1 But I cannot logon with my main laptop using Firefox 52.0
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching General (Forum) by JoeM on 03-15-2017
  • IEOC login with FireFox - broken?

    Hello, For about 1-2 weeks, I have not been able to login into my IEOC account while using Firefox. Disabling my AD-Blocker does not help. But, login works okay in IExplorer-11 . Anyone else with this logon issue using Firefox? Thanks for your feedback.
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching General (Forum) by JoeM on 03-15-2017
  • Re: unusual situation, BGP advertises route back

    Thanks for your post. I honestly did not realize that this happened. Must be a Cisco thing. As Peety pointed out, it is up to the Receiver to reject or accept it. Interesting side-note, Juniper does NOT allow this by default. By default, Juniper will not advertise routes from an AS to the same AS. To suppress this rule, Juniper needs an extra command
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching General (Forum) by JoeM on 02-28-2017
Page 1 of 206 (2057 items) 1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last »
IEOC CCIE Forums Internetwork Expert CCIE Training
About IEOC | Terms of Use | RSS | Privacy Policy
© 2010 Internetwork Expert, Inc. All Rights Reserved