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My wife's biological need for children blinded her from me saying that we could not afford them. 3 yrs later with 2 boys and I work 80hrs a wk to stay a float and she is asking for another.

I had a feeling when my neighbors/freinds of my family avoided me, then once I went to prison I knew for sure.

My middle school jams were Party in the USA and Barbie Girl. :P

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Uh, weren't those two songs like 19 yrs apart. How long were you in middle school for?

Check your rip neighbors, and if your default gateway is also using RIP add it to R3 RIP network statement. You need to basically inject the 192.168.0 network into RIP.

Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Unfortunately the default gateway (my home router) is not using RIP.

I’m just confused why R2 can ping default gateway but R3 and R1 can’t.

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Because its physically connected. Go to R2 and add a RIP statement "redistribute connected"

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OK, so we all know abut inside NAT and use it just about all the time, but what would be a purpose of using outside NAT? It exists, but i have never seen it implemented and cannot think of a purpose for it? Any thoughts?

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Good wuestuon. I am also interested in knowing this. My thoughts are perhaps if a company got bought out, outside NAT would help the merger process without having to rearrange the smaller company's Network infrastructure.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Ah, that's a good one.

Not Penn Station! Unless you are a train enthusiast like myself...

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Or you love the smell of piss..

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I always see NAT tutorials on configuring to an outside public pool, but what makes the IP's in the pool physically rout able? I'm assuming they would be added as subinterfaces on the WAN connection, is that the case?

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I don't know how intentional it all is, but all I know is I was convinced that I failed in both ICND1 & 2, then wound up easily passing. It's your mind playing tricks on you or something.

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Hi all,

With RSA signatures used to authenticate an IPsec VPN, shouldnt you see the device on the opposite end of the tunnel's public key. Reason i ask is because i have this configured and it is working but i do not see the R2 router's public key in the "sh cry key pubkey-chain rsa" command from R1. My understanding was that devices exchange their public keys to eachother but i only see the key from the CA on each end?

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Maybe you have to run the command per-peer.

http://packetlife.net/blog/2009/jan/14/isakmp-associations-using-rsa-keys/

show crypto key pubkey-chain rsa address 10.0.23.3
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Original Poster2 points · 8 months ago

That actually worked, thanks for the tip!

I tend to go topic by topic, meaning i read say a chapter on Ipsec, then read same IPsec chapter in alternate book, then watch any videos on IPsec that i own or can find on youtube and at that point is when i start mixing in some labbing.

Thanks a lot for the heads up! Much appreciated.

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