Just noticed that I created my first IPv6 tunnel 4 years ago. At the same time I stared playing with IPv6.
The other day on a brand new Cisco 3750x:
IPv6 interface subcommands:
mld MLD interface commands
nd IPv6 interface Neighbor Discovery subcommands
traffic-filter Access control list for packets
% Incomplete command.
Switch(config-if)#ipv6 nd ?
% Unrecognized command
Everything you need to know that wasn’t on the CCNA exam
is absolutely correct. This book is a must read if you’re fresh in the businesses and have some basic Cisco know-how (like the CCNA). Unlike most (all?) Certifiation Books this book has many real live examples and covers quite a few advanced topics like Catalyst 6500 (VSS), QoS or the Nexus series.
Even I learned a thing or two while reading this book. And in case it doesn’t help you junior Cisco admins to do there job better: The book is heavy enough to hit them with.
See the book content at O’Reilly.
Just got a new Cisco 2901 for my lab and noticed that there are no cables (neither console nor Ethernet) shipped with it. Fine for people like me having dozens of blue cables lying around. If you need these cables, remember to order them when you order the hardware.