South Florida IT Pro Camp

Join system administrators IT professionals and database professionals in addition to managers at all levels in Florida that work with Microsoft technologies for a “IT Camp Saturday” event on July 21st, 2012. IT Camps are a FREE, one day learning event for anyone seeking professional development. This event serves IT professionals and students with a focus on IT Pro related technologies. IT Camps offer a conference style learning environment free of charge to attendees and is open to presenters of all backgrounds and expertise.

Saturday, July 21, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (ET)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

To register Click click on this link

http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3445041211/

For more event details visit our web site:

http://itcampsaturday.com/southflorida

Advanced IP Addressing

On 03/17/2012, 03/24/2012 and 03/31/2012 we hosted an Advanced  IP Addressing Subnetting and VSLM Workshop. We discussed how the OSI model relates to the TCP/IP, what IP address format looks like, the three usable classes of IP addresses, public vs private addresses and more.

We configured the Cisco Routers and Switches and troubleshoot VLSM using the examples and exercises from CCNA exploration Labs and Study Guide.

The hands-on activities we used were:

  • NETW-204 Routing Protocols Lab Manual:
  1. Lab 3-1 Subnetting Scenario 1  pp. 148 to 152 Lab 6-3
  2. Troubleshooting a VLSM Addressing Design, pp. 276 to 281.

To download the PowerPoint Presentation for the lecture, click on the following link: Advanced IP-Addressing.

IP Subnetting Workshops

The three Saturday sequence workshops are under way…

For the past two Saturdays we have assisted to the Devry University Miramar Campus, to receive IP subnetting tutorials, so far we have talked about how the OSI model relates to the TCP/IP, what IP address format looks like, the three usable classes of addresses, public vs private addresses and more…

We have also practiced on VLSM by using examples and exercises from CCNA exploration Labs and Study Guide. We have determine the number of subnets needed, the number of hosts needed, we have design appropriate addressing scheme, assign addresses and subnet mask to pairs to device interface and host and examine the use of available network address space.

Don’t miss it this final Saturday where we will go over hands-on training on Cisco Routers and Switches Configuration.

It all starts at 10:30 am, Room 112.

See you there.

IP-PBX Workshop

Hello club members, thank you for participating in the IP-PBX Workshop held today on campus. As promised, here are the links where you can download the free Open Source software we used in the lab. Just click on the icons and it will take you straight to the download page. Please post any questions or comments below.

trixbox
trixboxCE Portal

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