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Is it correct to say that usually the reference bandwidth is set to the speed of the fastest interface in the network .

For example if a Gigabit interface is the fastest in the network then the reference bandwidth would be 10,000

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If u live in New york on east 96th in manhatten the school of cooperative technology offer free ccna classes

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Totally new to stock market what are some tips you guys can offer i want to open a brokerage account with TD ameritrade and start to $100 and see what i can do with it hopefully i can turn 100 into 1,000 is there any videos that y'all recommend

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Original Poster0 points · 27 days ago

Another question is why do some people invest in stocks that dont pay dividends

I haven't hardly, I'm a wsb degen cause I'm a 20 yo student. But i know the right way to do it, and it's to save a decent amount of money and shovel it into index funds in tax advantaged accounts.

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Original Poster2 points · 27 days ago · edited 27 days ago

m a wsb degen cause I'm a 20 yo student. But i know the right way to do it, and it's to save a decent amount of mone

o yea that cool man im studying Cisco Networking myself trying to figure out this stock market thing

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2 points · 1 month ago

Nice man Congrats Beast score

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To anybody living in New York City and want to take the CCNA R/S with Netacad For free go to School of Cooperative Technology on East 96th in Manhattan they have the best teachers in the world and also hands on labs i recommend taking the class with Mr Morales you wont regret it the classes are Tuesday Wednesday and Thrusday 4:30PM to 8:30PM

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Just wanted to see if anybody got through with the CCNA class

The website says it's a 1 year course. Is that accurate?

Also, I'm assuming it's a pre-requisite to be enrolled in Netacad in order to enroll in classes at the school?

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Well its a one year course and no the school enrolls you in the netacad so you dont have to be in it already

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

I was actually looking form something in more of a classroom setting but thanks for the suggestions

13 points · 1 month ago

Nice man glad i found this Studying for the CCNA R/S now

4 points · 1 month ago

Nice bro CCNP next

3 points · 1 month ago

Nice job bro how where the sims

Original Poster2 points · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

thanks, not bad at all as long as you know the correct commands. i looked at the answers first then matches them with the questions

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Same thing i did one ICND1 lol where u from bro

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Is type 4 LSA is a Default route correct since its tells everybody in the AS how to get to the outside network so if you don't use the Default information originate command no Type 4 LSAs can be sent to other routers

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A default route (or any standard external route) is carried in a type 5 LSA. Routers select their next hop address for these routes by forwarding traffic towards the ASBR*, using a shortest path tree built from the router and network LSAs in an area.

However, if you're trying to forward traffic for an external route advertised from a different area, then you no longer know about the topology for that area or where the ASBR lives - remember that router and network LSAs are not flooded past an ABR. However, we still need to know where the ASBR is located to forward traffic for the external routes.

This is where the type 4 LSA comes into play - this is advertised by ABRs to tell the rest of a routing domain that an area it's connected to contains an ASBR, and therefore allows other routers to forward traffic for that ASBR's external routes in the right direction. The type 4 LSA contains no direct IP routing information, but instead is used to "resolve" type 5 LSAs.

* This is a simplification of how external routing works in OSPF, ignoring the forwarding address field in external LSAs.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

thanks man i appreciate the help

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5 points · 1 month ago

Congrats man keep pushing

Understand the show output , subnetting , ACL , Vlans and your good but dont worry u gonna pass with a 900 atleast

Original Poster5 points · 1 month ago

Passed! 941/832. Thanks for the positive reinforcement :)

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3 points · 1 month ago

No problem man keep grinding hard till you reach 150K a year

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Check you your trunk links, Ether channel make sure their up/up check the subinterface have the right 802.1q tag etc if you cant ping troubleshoot from layer 3 down

Nice bro How were the Sims

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When Spanning Tree is adding up the total path cost to the Root Bridge is the cost based on the Incoming Ports or Outgoing Ports

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2 points · 1 month ago

Did they ask any APi-EM question or anything with IoT BY THE WAY CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!

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I dont get whats the point of the virtual templet or dialer interface

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To anybody living in New York City and want to take the CCNA R/S with Netacad For free go to School of Cooperative Technology on East 96th in Manhattan they have the best teachers in the world and also hands on labs i recommend taking the class with Mr Morales you wont regret it the classes are Tuesday Wednesday and Thrusday 4:30PM to 8:30PM

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Nice man Congrats How where the sim questions

Original Poster3 points · 2 months ago

I will agree with most that the SIMS were very doable. Pretty much doable with just show commands, so nothing to stress about.

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good to know enjoy a cold beer u earned it

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How long do you have to claim it and how long after you claim dose it last for?

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My friend worked the IT Helpdesk at a junior oil company. This was back when oil hit $150 per barrel. At the company Christmas party they brought in a literal bus load of strippers to keep the festive mood bright after giving out bonuses of 6 months salary.

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Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

Nice

6 points · 3 months ago

Know how to read show commands

2 points · 3 months ago

DO THE LABS WHILE U READ

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