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  • Can you not simply SSH or Telnet into your devices?
  • ITSpectre wrote: » Word... Im going to try Keepnote. I'd be interested to learn how you get along with it.
    in Notetaking Comment by rob42 August 2017
  • The problem with the word "Hacker" is the negative connotations associated to it by the M.S.M. NetworkNewb wrote: » When they have officially became a "female cleaning product" and are trying to impress people who are not very technologically i…
  • If you're wise, you won't text it either!
  • Thanks for posting the CPT file. I enjoyed the diagnostic challenge: It looks as if we both got there at the same time.
  • Set SW3 FA0/24 and SW4 FA0/24 to VLAN150.
  • ... or better still, make the CPT file available via a file share. e.g Dropbox. The Red Lights come to my attention...
  • @Magic Johnson: My understanding is that you also need to be able to get hold of IOS images to use with GNS3. Is that not the case?
  • Sorry if I seem to patronize, but I had to ask the obvious questions... Coincidentally, I'm going to be using V.Box to do some testing, today. If I come-up with the same issue and then manage to suss it out, I'll post back.
  • Nerkle wrote: » ...Tbh, I'm lost on that cipher too, rob42. It's not just me then... I've got the "toy algorithm" to work just fine, having reproduced the C code and can encrypt/decrypt a text file. But I don't understand the explanation…
  • It may seem like an obvious think, but you've not said: Have you set the VM2 machine to get an IP Address via DHCP from 192.168.1.200 on the default gateway? If you have, then try assigning a static IP Address to the VM2 machine instead of using DHC…
  • Hatch1921 wrote: » Many thanks... just installed the program... I think this will be very useful Hatch You're very welcome
    in Notetaking Comment by rob42 July 2017
  • I learned of this deal from the S.N PodCast (Steve Gibson) and have purchased, but thanks to 'boot' for posting the link, all the same. Has anyone taken advantage of this deal? If so, I'd like some help with a topic from the "applied cryptography…
  • James777 wrote: » Hi all, I'm studying for the CCENT exam at the moment, I've gone through the Chris Brant videos and taken notes. Going through Lammle's book at the moment. What I want to know is how do you connect actual router and switches…
  • Each to there own, but I like KeepNote. It's a structured note system which is cross-platform (I use both Linux and MS Windows systems). I've tried similar apps, such as Cheerytree, but KeepNote is the one that I prefer and recommend.
    in Notetaking Comment by rob42 July 2017
  • Ryan9764 wrote: » No, I not reusing the same password. Maybe I shouldn't be using lastpass. That might be the reason. One factor token they using is: send me a pin when ever I log on to my account. You know about the recent issues with LastPa…
  • Quench24 wrote: » He only gets one beep and then a second beep they removed the ram. The duration of the beeps is also relevant: 1 Long Beep, 1 Short Beep = (Possible) System Board Failure. Two beeps of the same duration = No RAM Detec…
  • Quench24 wrote: » He is not able to get to BIOS. He reseated memory. I will ask if he gets beeps. Odd that he's not able to get into the BIOS as that's normally an option at the manufacturers splash screen. Even if he can't see the opti…
  • Do you get sequence of 'beeps'? The number and sequence of such 'beeps' can indicate what the issue may be.
  • Thank you all for reading my post and for your comments; they make some interesting points. My main objection to Win10 (the privacy, pushed advertising and tracking issues aside) is the U.I. I think I understand what MS is trying to do by making …
  • Danielm7 wrote: » HA! Do you do parties? I love to 'party' whenever I can. Is this an invite? Maybe not...
  • NetworkNewb wrote: » Gotta be able to talk to people on your team though right? Sounds like boring place to work if you don't! Like I said, I would have fun with that guy and act a little ridiculous around him. I find enjoyment with (playfull…
  • shochan wrote: » You could buy him lunch everyday like that post on TE about a month ago! LOL I can't believe how that thread took-off!! I stopped reading after about the 1000th reply!! I think it's either dead or 'gone' now, as I can't see i…
  • Techguru365 wrote: » Great advice man... I appreciate that. Sometimes in your heart you know the right thing, but just need some positive reinforcements. That's why I like this techexams community. You're welcome, fella' All the best.
  • Don't sweat it: If you 'know' that what you're doing is what you're paid to do, then you're good. I never pay any attention to what others do or say, I just do what I'm paid to do. If that upsets other people, it just means that they're most likely …
  • NetworkNewb wrote: » Kinda funny to Google "hate Windows 7" and read posts from 7+ years ago... Just one of the MANY ones out there: If you love Windows XP, you'll hate Windows 7 | ZDNet I enjoy change, keeps things interesting You …
  • Phalanx wrote: » Conditional Formatting is your friend. For sure... Excel is such a cool app, there's not much that can't be automated. I use it a lot with the likes of VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP as well as Conditional Format, to name but a few …
    in Excel Formula Comment by rob42 June 2017
  • Would a simple 'Conditional Format' not work?
    in Excel Formula Comment by rob42 June 2017
  • JasminLandry wrote: » About this blog post, I find it crazy that netcat is installed on there. Why the hell would that tool be installed on a printer? Yes, you see it too! All I can think is that a linux disto was used 'as is'; sometin…
  • There's quite an interesting post at https://www.tenable.com/blog called "Rooting a Printer: From Security Bulletin to Remote Code Execution", by Jacob Baines.