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post #8741 of 28613
I finally bit the bullet and placed my order. I got new black SATA cables to go with the sleeved extensions I bought. It should all be here by Friday. The case is coming from TN and the cable extensions from CA, so I'll get the case Thursday.

Pics to come!
post #8742 of 28613
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Just want to share my proud moment of accomplishment...

I'm in the last 4 weeks of CISCO 1 (CCNA). With the remaining 4 weeks (including today as 1 of the 4 weeks), 3 weeks are reserved for a Skills Based Activity (SBA).

The SBA is an exam, where students (me) are required to (variable) subnet a network with a given Class-C IPv4 address block. Then apply the subnets to configure a network using physical equipment.

In other words, I had to subnet using variable lengths. Then wire the workstations (PC hosts), switch, and router. Then console into the Cisco Router, using Hyper Terminal, and configure the network & router through the Cisco IOS.

This exam, is part 1 of Cisco 1 Final Exam. Part 2 is a written exam that will be tested on the final week of the semester. Passing part 2, without passing part 1 results in a passing grade for the class, but Cisco will deny elevation to Cisco 2 (CCNA).

Today I took part 1. Guess what folks? Out of 100 points, I scored...

100 points!!!!


Very happy moment! I am aware this post will look like gloating, but really I'm not. I just really wanted to share this moment of achievement with you guys. I will admit, I am very proud of myself right now!


Thank you all in advance for indulging me.
Congrats. I'll be taking that too when I can afford it. Also on my list are A+, Security+, and various Adobe Certs. Hope you score some decent jobs with that
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post #8743 of 28613
I'm thinking of trying to mod a old Arctic Cooling Accelero S1 GPU heatsink.

Mod it so I can use it as a LGA775 heatsink.
    
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hey. can you guys, my beloved Scouts and friends , head over to my work log and check out the last couple posts and throw some input in for me? im not 100% that my idea will work (or even be possible) and i would like some help from the more knowledgeable members of this club
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post #8745 of 28613
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Congrats. I'll be taking that too when I can afford it. Also on my list are A+, Security+, and various Adobe Certs. Hope you score some decent jobs with that
Thanks!

I want to clarify that this exam was not the National Certification Exam. There is no certification following CCNA 1. The first national exam for Cisco follows after CCNA 2.

The exam I was referring to was for my CCNA 1, Cisco Academy (college course).

Thank you again, Devilsx.
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I know this isn't a scout question, but I am in the market for a reasonably cheap router. I am not to concerned about the wirless aspect(if it works I will use our PPC's with wirless). I have 4 devices(Scout, old piece of shat, laptop and the xbox) all running off a 16 port hub :s I would like to run a cat5 cable from the router to the hub.
Anyone got any sugestions ?
    
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post #8747 of 28613
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I know this isn't a scout question, but I am in the market for a reasonably cheap router. I am not to concerned about the wirless aspect(if it works I will use our PPC's with wirless). I have 4 devices(Scout, old piece of shat, laptop and the xbox) all running off a 16 port hub :s I would like to run a cat5 cable from the router to the hub.
Anyone got any sugestions ?
I bought a nice Netgear router this christmas and it's working like a charm, bought it together with a Netgear modem and it costed me roughle 1000 Swedish Krowns, like $130 so aprox $80 for the router or something, Down time since christmas = 0Minutes. And the speed is very nice compared too out old one.
Netgear Wireless N-300 i think its name was.
post #8748 of 28613
I was thinking more like the Netgear n150(more within my budget unless I can find a real deal here). Also it must have a ADSL modem built in.
    
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post #8749 of 28613
Cisco... get a Cisco product. (under any of the companies they own.) they are simply the best. period end of story

EDIT! just as i was typing that the new guy brought in a bunch of coffee yay for excuses to not do work!
Edited by Striker36 - 4/22/10 at 10:45am
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post #8750 of 28613
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Originally Posted by DefecTalisman View Post
I know this isn't a scout question, but I am in the market for a reasonably cheap router. I am not to concerned about the wirless aspect(if it works I will use our PPC's with wirless). I have 4 devices(Scout, old piece of shat, laptop and the xbox) all running off a 16 port hub :s I would like to run a cat5 cable from the router to the hub.
Anyone got any sugestions ?
I use a Linksys (Wireless-G) Router. Bought it about 3 years ago, and still works like the day I got it. Low cost router with wireless capabilities; $55.

I know you said you are not concerned with the wireless aspect, but for future proofing, you might want to invest in a Wirless-N capable router.

Top brand names (most commonly used in a home network) are Linksys, Netgear, and D-Link. From reading posts in the Networking section of OCN, D-Link seems to be the router of choice for most. DIR-655 seems to have pretty good reviews on most sites, from what I've seen. ($95)

Again, I know you said Wireless isn't a concern, but wired connections need very little (if any) configuration, so not much to gauge. So, for shopping routers, make sure the Router Security supports WPA2. Stick with the brand name. And (again for future proofing) in case you ever do want to go wireless on some devices, check prices on PCI Adapters.

I mention PCI adapters because, generally, you want to match brand names between Router & Adapter (NIC), i.e. Linksys with Linksys, Netgear with Netgear, D-Link with D-Link, etc.

Lastly, for shopping tip, narrow down your choices based on your budget, brand, security, and check for reviews.

Happy hunting!

Edit: Any router will work with a Hub or Switch.
Edited by clee413 - 4/21/10 at 11:05am
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