I will be conducting a live webinar to discuss the exciting details about the new Enterprise Infrastructure Cisco Certification track.
This Webinar will be on Monday, June 17 at 7 PM EST. The live event is limited seating and therefore is only available for AJSnetworking.com CCIE Prep Club members. I will make the recording of the live event available for all just after I finish. It will be posted here on the blog.
I am going to be covering the following:
- All certifications and exams that make up the Entry level to the Expert level
- Interesting new changes
- The full scope of the curriculum covered in the track from Entry to Expert
REMEMBER: Let’s stick to the facts here and not get caught up in all the hype! I hope to see some of you in the live event, and I hope everyone enjoys the recording!
My latest course at CBT Nuggets is up! Woohoo!
This course consists of the following Nuggets
1. Module Introduction
2. The BGP Decision Process
3. Exploring Command Line Results
4. InQ and OutQ
5. IOS BGP Processes
6. Other BGP Processes
7. Table Versions
8. Clearing BGP Sessions
9. Using Cisco VIRL AutoNetKit
10. Soft Reconfiguration
11. Route Refresh
12. Using Distribute Lists
13. Using Extended ACLs to Filter
14. Using Prefix Lists
15. AS_PATH Filters
16. Using Route Maps
17. Using LOCAL_PREF
18. Using MED
19. AS_PATH Prepending
This course is a continuation of a series of courses on BGP. Here are the other courses available now!
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Basic Operations
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Peerings
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) – Advertising NLRI
I am going to need some ASAv action in EVE-NG next week for a project I am working on. Here are the steps I hope work! 😋 I grabbed these from the EVE-NG site and added my own elaboration where I thought necessary.
I will try and shoot a video of these steps next week as well.
Step 1: Acquire the asav941-200.qcow2 or asav952-204.qcow2 files for EVE-NG use
Step 2: Fire up WinSCP or FileZilla and connect to the EVE-NG IP address for FTP purposes
Step 3: Upload the appropriate .qcow2 from Step 1 to the root of the EVE-NG system
Step 4: Create the directory in EVE-NG for the ASAv image storage:
mkdir -p /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/asav-941-200
Step 5: Move the image to that directory:
mv asav941-200.qcow2 /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/asav-941-200/virtioa.qcow2
Step 6: Run these commands to enable Telnet access instead of VNC:
apt-get install libguestfs-tools
guestfish -a virtioa.qcow2
mount /dev/sda2 /
Step 7: Clean and fix permissions:
/opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions
That does it! The image should now be ready for addition as a Node in the EVE-NG Web client. Happy lobbing!