Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab (Part 3)

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It has been almost 7 months since the last post: Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab (Part 2). A new year has started as well, so before we get into the topic, I would like to say Happy new year to all our readers! Going back into the topic. In the last two… Continue reading Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab (Part 3)

Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab (Part 2)

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In the previous post, we learned how to install and set up containerlab. Now it is time to add some networking images and build our topology. In this instance, I will be using the Arista cEOS image, as I do not have access to Nokia or Juniper images, but this should be a good representation of… Continue reading Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab (Part 2)

Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab

In the last month, it was brought to my attention via a LinkedIn post, a new project that is aiming to change the way we do our network labs. You may think: “Well, why do I need something like that, my CML (Cisco Modeling Labs) or my EVE-NG servers are doing that for me today… Continue reading Containerlab, the future of your virtual network lab

Introduction to Computer Networks – Part 2

Hello everyone, one more time, we are back after some time to continue our Introduction to Computer Networks. If you remember from our last post on Introduction to Computer Networks – Part 1, we talked about what networks are and how they function. Watch Introduction to Computer Networks Part 1 Watch Introduction to Computer Networks… Continue reading Introduction to Computer Networks – Part 2

Intro to Computers-Networks – Part 1

Hello everyone, after a long time we are back, this time with an Intro to networks, this is the first of many following posts What are Networks? A network is not more that a group or systems that interconnect to exchange informationImagine conference, you go there to meet and exchange ideas with other people of… Continue reading Intro to Computers-Networks – Part 1

Change your IP address on Windows 10

IP addresses are the way that computers use to talk to each other, without IP addresses computers wouldn’t be able to exchange information and per consequent you would not be able to access your beloved internet service, and enjoy this post that we bring to you today. Many times you will notice that your internet… Continue reading Change your IP address on Windows 10

Intro to the Linux basic command Console

The beauty of linux is that it has a console that allows you to do whatever you want with the OS. Today we are going to do a brief introduction to some of the basic commands for the most versions of the linux console. Before we start to talk about file system commands and how… Continue reading Intro to the Linux basic command Console

Installing Ubuntu Server on Hyper-V

Linux is one of the best tools or OS(Operating Systems) that you could learn in this days, most of the servers running around the web are Linux based, even the best to hack is Linux. For that matter today we are going to learn how to set up and Install Ubuntu Server on the Microsoft… Continue reading Installing Ubuntu Server on Hyper-V

Introduction to Cisco Routers configuration and ssh

  Configuring a Cisco device can be tricky, but today we are going to see all the commands to do a basic configuration on a Cisco Router and also we are going to learn how to secure the remote management interface. The previous post showed how to do a basic configuration on a Cisco switch, because… Continue reading Introduction to Cisco Routers configuration and ssh

Introduction to a basic Cisco Switch configuration

Cisco is one of the leaders in the networking industry, it is of great importance to learn how to configure this devices if you want to work in the IT field.Today we are going to learn some of the basic commands that are required to configure a Cisco Switch. First we need to be able… Continue reading Introduction to a basic Cisco Switch configuration

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