Many of us have heard the term “Internet of Things (IoT)” in this or another way, perhaps an advertisement, overhearing a conversation between geeks from the IT department (if you are not into IT), a discussion with colleagues (if you are a geek yourself), or in the news. What exactly do we mean with IoT?
Hello everyone! 😀 I know i know… I have been quite away from the blog (sorry about that). I have been veeery busy with work and studies. Actually, now I am a little bit more “free” than before, because I took the ARCH exam. So, no deadline now! 😀 I will be writing the pending
Here we are again, people! This time, i decided to write a post about IPv6, being this protocol part of our present and future (even past, because it is being used since years ago). As most of you must have IPv4 (because IPv6 adoption is going SO slow), maybe IPv6 could be an alien protocol
Heeey! 😀 Here we are again (sorry for the delay in this post, been quite busy lately), this time we will talk about security (a little bit) on GRE tunnels. As we talked previously (see previous chapters of the GRE Saga), we can establish a tunnel between two peers, over the public internet, right? (chapter
All cadets salute the GRE tunnels! 😀 Today we will talk a little about GRE tunnels, a very useful protocol that can help you a lot. As you may now, its present in CCNP R&S blueprint and CCNA v2/v3 as well blueprint (check here for more information about V2 to v3 changes). But, what are