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  • Re: error into this lecture

    Martinl your reply is really helpfull , i don`t know what i do if you don`t reply , very usefull reply
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-26-2017
  • Re: error into this lecture

    thanks Martinl
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-26-2017
  • error into this lecture

    hi we know that OSPF and EIGRP is Layer 3 protocols (network layer protocols) why MR/keith bogart put them into Layer-4 protocols transport layer as you can see into this picture ? is this right or wrong?
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-26-2017
  • session layer

    hi everyone as you see into this picture , kr/keith bogart explaining application layer , presentation layer and session layer he said that any application by itself is out of osi models (out of 7 layers), and there`s protocols into layer 7 that`s run with that application like ftp , dhcp , http , https , dns , snmp , ect into first box in the picture
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-26-2017
  • Re: U/L bit

    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-25-2017
  • Re: U/L bit

    The motivation for inverting the "u" bit when forming the interface identifier is to make it easy for system administrators to hand configure local scope identifiers when hardware tokens are not available. This is expected to be case for serial links, tunnel end-points, etc. The alternative would have been for these to be of the form 0200
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-22-2017
  • U/L bit

    hi everone into ieoc when we using EUI-64 format to allocate interface-id into ipv6 address , we are using mac address for ex:- mac= 0x0c0c:dede:1234 and ipv6 address is 2001:0db8:0:1::/64 eui-64 with ipv6 EUI format will be 2001:0db8::0:1:0e0c:deff:fede:1234 now we flip the 7th bit 0000 11 0 0 will be 11 1 0 why we do that? wy we modify the 7th bil
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-22-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    JoeM the only reason that iam understanding is as you said is there`s not any exceptions into ipv6address because they don`t need to make ipv6 address more complex i don`t have any problems with anyone include Martin , but i think he try to annoy me for reason i don`t know it my friend Martin i will happy if i see your reply but blease don`t say your
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-22-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    [quote user="JoeM"] But maybe you can be more grateful and respectful to those who spend time helping you. [/quote] iam so sorry but i think that you`re annoying from me , don`t understanding exactly what you need to say because your language is very hard and i don`t understanding exactly what you need to say i appretiate your efforts with
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-21-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    JoeM i don`t make any something bad , why you make post like this ? when i put post here and same post into another place that mean i don`t get the answer that`s iam looking for i don`t want to waste time or something but what i want is to asking more people about something if you see that my post is bad or you see iam silly please don`t reply for me
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by major133 on 02-21-2017
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