Watt's this RF Math all about?

No, I didn't misspell the title of this post. I’m actually talking about the unit of measure called a Watt (W). The Watt and the Decibel (dB) are values that CCNA Wireless candidates should be familiar with. So what is a Watt? ...

Wireless Terminology and 802.11 Protocols

In my last post I only introduced myself, and the CCNA Wireless Certification. In this post I want to lay the groundwork regarding some of the terminology used in Wireless Networking. Lets begin with the ISM bands. ISM is an...

Getting Started with the CCNA Wireless

I would like to take the opportunity during this first post to re-introduce myself. My name is Brandon Carroll and I am an Instructor at Ascolta training, as well as the Author of the new book: CCNA Wireless Official Exam...

Testing Regular Expressions

When using the MPF you can use regular expressions to add functionality. You see this in application policies that let you filter file names and such. I came up with the idea for this post after I read a post on lifehacker that...

More MPF and a Quick Survey

So in my last post I talked about the Modular Policy Framework and we too a very short look at how a class-map, policy-map, and service-policy all fit together. I also said that today I would discuss how to add application layer...

Getting better Acquainted with Modular Policy

I want to start by thanking all of you that took the time to fill out the poll.  It looks as though it’s a pretty close 60/40 thing but the majority (60%) say that the CCSP is in fact worth it.  With that said, I wanted to talk about...

Is the CCSP Cert worth it?

So is it worth all that time you would have to put in to get the CCSP? For those of you who are just joining me you haven't missed much. This happens to be my first of a month long session of Blogging here at NWW. When I decided to...

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