I'm pretty sure the guy that made those is on this subreddit from time to time. They are helpful.
/u/stretch85 is Jeremy, the guy that runs packetlife.net
Thank you for your blog post explaining "Understanding NAT address types". And I have all of those cheat sheets laminated, and use them for restroom-reading!
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Thank you for ALL of the cheat sheets! Condensed information with examples is always helpful.
Glad you like them!
Yeah, these are awesome :)
Thanks a lot for the awesome site!
Just found it a few days ago trying to learn more over ppoe. Great guide on that as well!
"What is he talking about? I've never written an article on PPPoE."
googles "packetlife pppoe"
"Huh, look at that..."
Have a few posted up in my cube. Thanks!
Heh well they have been in the sidebar for a looong time
I think you a word.
save them as a picture and change your desktop wallpaper to them/stick them on the back of the toilet door
You da real MVP
As someone who just interviewed for their ISP's NOC department, this is beyond helpful
This is gold! Thanks OP and /u/stretch85 !
Woo, Passed ICND2 with a 867
How much did these cheat sheets impact your score, you think?
I'm testing for #2 in a couple weeks.
Well I mean it's a good summary of information. They're definitely worth a read just to make sure you have everything solid before taking the exam. Still read over your books and watch your videos before hand though :)
Just curious if it really put you over the top.
Maybe an idea of how you spent your time over the past couple days. Did you just quick re-read the books and then jump around on the cheat sheets?
Main point would to be reading over this: https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccna/icnd2_v2/exam-topics Make sure you have each point solid, if there is anything you feel you are weak on, go back and review your material. I did and am sure glad I did.
Also make sure you are still good on the ICND1 stuff, as some of that made it's way into the ICND2 exam.
Then when you feel confident just gloss over the main stuff and check out the cheat sheets for it summarized and to keep it fresh in your brain.