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https://imgur.com/a/6GPGnYH

For EUI-64, don't you just split the MAC and add FF:FE into the middle? If so, didn't I choose the correct answer? Is there an error on this practice test?

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For EUI-64, don't you just split the MAC and add FF:FE into the middle?

No. The 7th bit needs to be flipped.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Got it now. Thank you

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Why is it needed? why cant you just communicate with the assigned ipv6 address on local networks like you do with IPv4?

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18 points · 2 days ago

Link local is required for neighbor discovery, automatic addressing, dhcpv6 etc.

So yes, you need it. What problem are you trying to solve?

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Original Poster3 points · 2 days ago

Learning about IPv6 for CCNA, just kind of confused why you set the link-local address as a default gateway for your network instead of the IPv6 address of the local interface.

5 points · 3 days ago

On a side note, I’m wanting to change careers into networking/support. How tough is it to land a job with just certs and no experience?

Get security+ and look for a job on USAjobs. I have that and A+ and I landed a network job in DOD with no IT experience.

3 points · 3 days ago

mind if I ask what the starting pay was for the job you took? Or a ballpark figure, at least

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1 point · 3 days ago

Just under 60k

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735 points · 4 days ago

Every computer file is made up of just 1s and 0s ... It's binary. Binary has some really long strings, if you broke even a small text file down you could have a thousand 1s and 0s

Well, in this string of 1000, you're bound to get patterns ... Ten 0s in a row, or 101010 for a few dozen characters in a row. Patterns can always be explained with a shorthand. You can take that 10101010 ... And break it down to the binary equivalent of "10x24"

If you do that enough in a file you end up taking a million ones and zeros and making them a few hundred thousand.

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1 point · 4 days ago

Is this similar to shortening IPV6 Addresses?

-8 points · 6 days ago

If people will buy it, they wont lower the price. Boycott it, see if they keep them prices up there then! Fuck starbucks!! dgjfghjtdklgyhfjslty;drsxthy

-5 points · 6 days ago

Although at the time I thought he came up with it himself... I'll have to think about it.

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-5 points · 6 days ago

tough decision. Is his joke worth a couple dollars? If it was original....maybe. A repost, id maybe put $1 towards his gilding for the idea, but certainly not full price, oh hell no.

1 point · 9 days ago

show more?

Original Poster1 point · 9 days ago

maybe eventually 😅

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1 point · 9 days ago

haha pm me some if ya want ;)

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I get the fact that it passes untagged frames. But why do we assign a native vlan to trunk/access ports? Why would a port need to have a native vlan assigned if the access port will tag the frame and a trunk port just passes that tagged frame? Do frames lose their tags? Just trying to understand the practical use of the native VLAN.

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Well yeah.. That's what native VLAN port is for

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Original Poster1 point · 9 days ago

im just confused how

2 points · 9 days ago

I'm wondering how well you understand VLANs. I don't mean that rudely, but I think a better understanding of VLANs will help make the idea of a native VLAN click.

Have you had a chance to read this article?

http://www.practicalnetworking.net/stand-alone/vlans/

If so, do you have any specific questions about the inner workings of VLANs that still remain? Let's start there... because without fully understanding VLANs, it will be difficult to understand the Native VLAN.

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Original Poster1 point · 9 days ago

Ok I’ll check it out. But does every frame at one point go through the native vlan?

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5 points · 10 days ago

Is the test all multiple choice/simulations, similar to how CompTIA tests are set up?

2 points · 11 days ago

No he's right, its "My" welcome, duhhh

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Taking it next month. Just looking for reviews on it. How does the guaranteed pass policy work? ICND1 and ICND2 in 5 days seems like a lot.

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I've done it and I don't recommend it unless you're already very familiar with the material and are looking for an excuse to stop procrastinating and take the exam (and you convince your company to pay for it). There is no way you can pass both exams with only the lecture material. The pace of my class was very weird. The instructor spent several hours covering subnetting, but only about 30 seconds (yep, 30 seconds) covering NAT. Days were also very long as your expected to study after class as well. I went in already having completed Bryant's Udemy course, all Boson labs, and reading most of Lammle, so I was in pretty good shape going into the class, not to mention having a few years of networking experience. Nothing covered during the class was new to me. A lot of people, who had no previous study and/or networking experience, did not pass their exams (at least the first time around).

 

If you're looking for an easy pass, i don't recommend it.

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Original Poster2 points · 11 days ago

I work in the networking field already so I have a decent grasp on most of the material already, plus I’ve been studying for a few months. Thanks for the info!

I just had a phone call with someone from InfoSec Institute actually. They said they have in person and remote boot camps that include exam vouchers and they have a first time pass rate of 93% but if you fail they let you retake the boot camp and give you another exam voucher at no cost.

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Original Poster1 point · 11 days ago

So really you get 2 chances to pass. If you don't pass, then no more chances?

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4 points · 11 days ago

Go straight for Sec+

3 points · 11 days ago

This is also the repercussion of doing dead lifts at Planet Fitness.

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I have radarr set up and would like the library to refresh when radarr adds a movie to the plex movie folder.

Edit: Solved! thanks everyone

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Settings -> connect -> add your plex info -> enable update library.

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Original Poster3 points · 13 days ago

in plex or radarr?

Original Poster2 points · 13 days ago

got it thank you

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https://imgur.com/a/IVIh0Le

Doing this through Teraterm. Tried xmodem and ymodem, no luck because the file size is too big. So just clicked "send file" and i got this now. I am thinking this is bad though.

Doing this because the syst light on the switch is blinking and it appears there is no ios on the switch.

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What model switch? Many can boot off a USB drive or off a TFTP server. Will be much faster than xmodem.

Also, it may just be the bootvar that's misconfigured. Perhaps do a "flash_init" and then a "show flash" from the "switch:" prompt and see if there are any files there.

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Original Poster1 point · 13 days ago

It’s a catalyst 3560 8 port. so my issue was I was getting an I/o error. I found a fix that basically I needed to type the command for xmodem "copy xmodem: flash: file name" then before it timed out, I had to click file, transfer, xmodem, then browse to the file. worked like a charm. but yes very slow. Took about 25 mins. Luckily I was in no hurry.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl98ySW6JWQ

using teraterm, and xmodem to upload OS to 3750 catalyst.

don't be in a hurry to get anywhere.

note - not my video, but google fu, and if this guy already did the step by step video work, why should I recreate that wheel?

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Original Poster2 points · 13 days ago

so my issue was I was getting an I/o error. I found a fix that basically I needed to type the command for xmodem "copy xmodem: flash: file name" then before it timed out, I had to click file, transfer, xmodem, then browse to the file. worked like a charm. but yes very slow. Took about 25 mins. Luckily I was in no hurry.

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Have trackers setup with jackett, linked to radarr, everything tests out good. Radarr is linked to utorrent. I have 2 movies under my wanted list, but nothing downloading....

https://imgur.com/a/Du63HGS

am I doing something wrong?

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So you've got 2 movies in your setup.

One is an old movie. When you added it, did you "add and search" or just "add"? When you add a movie, you're saying "I'd like this movie, if someone uploads it from this point forward and it meets my criteria, please grab it." You're NOT saying "go search everything that's ever been uploaded to find this movie." You do that by doing an "add & search", or manually kicking off a search.

The other movie probably hasn't been released yet, but the same applies as above.

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Original Poster1 point · 14 days ago

you're right I was just adding it, not searching. it's working

If they find a release that matches your criteria (size, quality, keywords, and so on), then yes, it should add the best match to your download program.

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Original Poster1 point · 14 days ago

thank you!

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https://portforward.com/ubee/ddw-36c/

Make sure you are setting a static ip to whatever you are forwarding to

2 points · 15 days ago

yes its 100% on your router. whats your router model?

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There seems to be some water seeping through. Home is only about 6 months old. Foundation was poured about 9 months ago. They painted the black tar on the outside of the foundation that is supposed to waterproof the basement, or help with it. I do have a warranty on the home, so I am contacting the builder about this, just curious how much i should be concerned. We have gotta a ton of rain in the past few weeks.

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Concrete cracks. It's unavoidable. Notice yours started at a window corner. That's a weak spot in the pour.

Overall this is nothing, but since it's a new build have the company come back out and look at it.

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Original Poster1 point · 16 days ago

yeah I get that they will happen. Its just the fact that water is seeping through that has me worried.

Original Poster9 points · 17 days ago

I like the anonymous aspect.

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3 points · 17 days ago

the girls no longer can think you are creepy when you like all their stuff

Original Poster9 points · 17 days ago

Girls? You mean guys right? Right?!

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4 points · 17 days ago

whatever you are in to

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I have an ex co worker that I set a firestick up for with kodi. Problem is he isn't very technically inclined, so anytime a new app needs installed, like incursion, plecenta, etc. I have to fix it for him. Is it possible to remote into one and install new kodi add ons?

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I gave up on kodi for friends and family cause they never wanted to learn the system and it became a chore. There are easier apps for people like that.

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Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

like?

1 point · 17 days ago

Netflix

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Original Poster1 point · 17 days ago

Haha

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Original Poster1 point · 17 days ago

What do you mean with " a few days " ? waiting 0,6% files to download a few days? Why?

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I think he is saying wait a few days, they may push and update through.

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