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Download All (.zip) Wall Posters (36" x 24") Interior Gateway Protocols v1.0 (1 page) Protocols v2.1 (2 pages) v2.1 (1 page) First Hop Redundancy v2.0 (1 page) v2.2 (2 pages) IPsec IPv4 Multicast IPv6 v2.0 (2 pages) v1.2 (1 page) v1.1 (1 page) Spanning Tree Applications scapy tcpdump Wireshark Display Filters Reference Common Ports IOS IPv4 Access Lists IPv4 Subnetting Syntax Markdown MediaWiki Technologies Frame Mode MPLS IOS Zone-Based Firewall QoS VLANs Voice VOIP Basics Miscellaneous Cisco IOS Versions Physical Terminations

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Routing versus routed protocols and the CCNA Many networking professionals don't really know what a routing protocol is or does. There are those who also couldn't tell you the difference between a routing protocol and a routed protocol. If you are working as a network engineer or preparing to take the CCNA, you need to understand the distinction between routing and routed protocols, as well as how these protocols function on the network. Routing protocols Routing protocols distribute routing information throughout all routers on a network.

Formatting SQL*Plus Reports This chapter explains how to format your query results to produce a finished report. This chapter does not discuss HTML output, but covers the following topics: Read this chapter while sitting at your computer and try out the examples shown. Before beginning, make sure you have access to the HR sample schema described in SQL*Plus Quick Start. Bluesnarfing Bluesnarfing is the unauthorized access of information from a wireless device through a Bluetooth connection, often between phones, desktops, laptops, and PDAs (personal digital assistant.). This allows access to a calendar, contact list, emails and text messages, and on some phones, users can copy pictures and private videos. Both Bluesnarfing and Bluejacking exploit others' Bluetooth connections without their knowledge. While Bluejacking is essentially harmless as it only transmits data to the target device, Bluesnarfing is the theft of information from the target device.

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