Category Archives: CCIE Routing and Switching

Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert – Routing and Switching

Hacking NX-OS Part 1

Some of you may know me as a sage hacker from the mid 80’s to the early 90’s.  Although, if you met me after 1994, most of you probably don’t know that about me at all.  It was a previous … Continue reading

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Using Optimized Edge Routing (OER) to Combine Multiple ISP Links

Here is a basic configuration I did for Optimized Edge Routing using static routes.  OER is supported on 12.3T, and is a huge technology that seems to fill volumes at cisco.com, but I wanted to boil it down to basics, … Continue reading

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Using IOS to create a “fatpipe” type service

Although less common today, it use to be quite common for people to want to take two disparate carrier type connections, and make use of them as some sort of “fatpipe” type service.  This can be done using CEF and … Continue reading

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