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So happy to be done with part 1. I failed last year and after passing A+, Sec+ and Network+ pretty easy it shook me a bit. Kept working, got back into studying three months ago and I'm on my way to earning my CCNA. I used Pearson test prep and the udemy course with Neil Anderson. Gotta watch that 1.25x he talks too slow. Good luck to everyone else!

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Hi everyone,

I’m doing a few labs and the lab on acl is really frustrating.

What I have is two networks I need to allow one pc from one network ssh access and one from the local network ssh access I also need to deny access from one vlan to the tftp server in the local network.

I’m assuming that I need to use an extended acl and I should add the ACLs to all switches and routers in the local network. Is this correct?

Just need a small push in the right direction.

Cheers for reading.

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If I hardcode an global, routable, ipv6 address to a host, what is to stop another person from assigning the same ipv6 address to a host on their network? Would they conflict?

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I am very new to my CCNA studies and am in the midst of setting up GNS3 to include VMware. Now I know that there is a known issue regarding version 14 of VMware and David Bombal made a video explaining that it was best to use version 12 instead. I spent the best part of a day pulling my hair out trying to get them to play nice before I came across an article explaining the issue.

Anyway, I have now got things up and running and have a choice to make with regards which IOS version to use. I am about 1 week into my ICND1 studies and would like to get to grips with GNS3. I have access to quite a few images (20) but need to know which one would be best to start using?

C7200 and above uses IOS 15 according to this GNS3 doc, so should I disregard using anythings below this? (C3745/C3660/C3640/C3620/C2691 etc)

If this is the wrong place to ask, please could you direct me to the correct place.

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I've seen alot of people on youtube and reddit passing their CCENT and alot of them mentioned CBT Nuggets as one of their study sources....but i find it pretty pricey so i got a couple of courses from udemy instead such as lazaro diaz and chris bryant.....are they good alternatives in taking on the CCENT??

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The more I learn the more I don't understand why VLANs are used in some situations. Most situations I see are in an enterprise with different vlans for each department. What would be the advantage over different subnets?

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Currently a senior computer engineering student, looking to acquire a Cisco network certification.. I’d really appreciate advice and answers to the following:

What exam should I be taking? It seems ccna is the standard..

What’s the time frame between starting to study and completing the exam?

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