There was some lack of depth in my review of ACL's in general, so wanted to jump on my lab to demonstrate some output and concepts for on the job and the exam room. If you read absolutely nothing else in this post, jump down to the bottom where a chaotic looking IPv6 ACL line … Continue reading TSHOOT – IPv6 ACL configs, quirks, and must know IPv6 subnetting for exam day!
Total credit to Wikipedia for the above graphic, it perfectly describes how Hex breaks down to binary, as I've heard so many complicated explanations of Hex that are just unnecessary when Hex is just representations of 4-bit groupings (1 byte). Hex has way too many complex explanations! Generally Hex is represented 2 characters at a … Continue reading TSHOOT – Hex Conversion and IPv6 Addressing simplified for IPv6 TSHOOT Topology, multiple subnetting examples, some real world talk mixed in!