These are my notes from reading the config guide for clustering and labbing it out.
My notes on ASA high availability. I'll go through tips and tricks with Active/Standby and Active/Active.
My ASA context notes from studying for the CCIE Sec v5
As promised in the last post, I added a list of free or low-cost training and labbing options for folks.
I've been thinking about writing this post all week and decided to wait until I processed my thoughts a little more before I wrote it out. There's a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt that's been going on in the field for years and here are some of repetitive questions I tend to hear on Linkedin, Techexams and other social media:
- Is it worth going into networking/getting a CCIE/etc if SDN is going to take over?
- There's so many engineers out there, why do companies choose to hire H1Bs?
- Do I have to worry about my job getting outsourced to another country?
- Do I have to worry about H1Bs taking my job?
In this blog post, I'm going to go ahead and add a NAT configuration cheatsheet. This isn't intended to be an explanation of NAT but instead to just highlight the configuration differences between the different types of NAT.
It was about a year ago that I posted this post where I went through the CCIE Security materials I intended to study with. In that time, the CCIE Security v5 blueprint was released and I thought I would update the list to reflect the current blueprint and the study materials I am using.