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    hi Viptela lovers, Due to licence/serial file issue, some of our friends are unable to implement the Viptela practice lab. This is for them. I have created my own Lab for practice and uploading the same of the needy friends. "SPECIAL THANKS ROOT FOR THE IMAGES" Download all the files. Below are mega links - vManage part-1 [hide][Hidden Content]] vManage Part-2 [hide][Hidden Content]] vbond [hide][Hidden Content]] vsmart [hide][Hidden Content]] vedge-1 [hide][Hidden Content]] vEdge-2 [hide][Hidden Content]] vEdge-3 [hide][Hidden Content]] Procedure: 1. to extract use 7zip 2. Extract vmanage 2 files in same folder 3.. when power on, use version 18.xx 4. before power on, create one LAN interface as per the snapshot [Hidden Content] Output: vSmart# show omp routes | tab Code: C -> chosen I -> installed Red -> redistributed Rej -> rejected L -> looped R -> resolved S -> stale Ext -> extranet Inv -> invalid Stg -> staged U -> TLOC unresolved PATH ATTRIBUTE VPN PREFIX FROM PEER ID LABEL STATUS TYPE TLOC IP COLOR ENCAP PREFERENCE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 199.1.1.0/24 100.1.1.100 66 1003 C,R installed 100.1.1.100 mpls ipsec - 1 199.1.2.0/24 100.1.1.101 66 1003 C,R installed 100.1.1.101 mpls ipsec - vSmart# show clock Thanks
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    courses including IT, Networking, Security, cloud & devops LINK: [hide][Hidden Content]] you have to use the GDrive Search Feature to find courses you are interested in. —> Use Advanced Search for Better and Quicker Results. —> How to perform Advanced Search: [hide][Hidden Content]] —> Also try to clear Cache and Cookies from GDrive while performing Search. —> Please search "patiently".
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    [Hidden Content] 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana , by Matthew Monte [hide][Hidden Content]] password : password
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    CBT Nuggets and some short Pluralsight ACI training videos from Technical Marketing at Cisco. Link can now be found here Password for Pluralsight ACI certcollection.org
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    Hi Team, There are so many times this forum help me to grow my career and now I am preparing for #CISSP and its time for me to give it back to community. Below materials I have been collected from various sources including certcollection. Use below mega.nz link. Instead of download, import to your account before it get blocked. [Hidden Content] Another useful resource which I am using currently is FRSecure Youtube Channel (Look for 2020 FRSecure CISSP Mentor Program).
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    here you go: [Hidden Content] Make use of Hide Tag while posting download links. Usage: [ hide ] link [ /hide ] (without spaces). Read the Board Rules or get banned.
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    - eWAPTX - eXDS - AWAE - Hackin9 [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Here you go [hide][Hidden Content]] Key - bfEbb32dIhKk31HYE25ZWQ
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    Offical INE CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 Complete Video Mega Link (Thanks to Original Up-loader) [Hidden Content] Enjoy Happy Studying and Stay Safe. I guess Total size is 26 GB. MOVED TOPIC Topic is moved to proper section. Offer prefix added Kindly open topic in appropriate section with suitable prefix.
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    Hi, As always certcollection have the best content, today I share with you Cybrary Owasp over torrent, seed as much as you can plz, don't be selfish and share with others. [Hidden Content] Cheers and enjoy. PS: Don't ask for mega links, mega links die fast, accounts get reported and owners loose their accounts and money.
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    All you need about CML at here [Hidden Content]
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    Seem many are wrong, hope someone can help to verify [Hidden Content]
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    Hi, As always certcollection have the best content, today I share with you Cybrary - Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking over torrent, seed as much as you can plz, don't be selfish and share with others. [Hidden Content] Cheers and enjoy. PS: Don't ask for mega links, mega links die fast, accounts get reported and owners loose their accounts and money.
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    in one of other topic link was no more working so here it is reupped [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Hi, As always certcollection have the best content, today I share with you the PTPv5 over torrent, seed as much as you can plz, don't be selfish and share with others. [Hidden Content] Cheers and enjoy. PS: Don't ask for mega links, mega links die fast, accounts get reported and owners loose their accounts and money.
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    for those who wants some details about the videos By: Russ White / Ethan Banks Released: July 2020 Publisher: LiveLessons Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional ISBN: 0136888070 Video Description Sneak Peek The Sneak Peek program provides early access to Pearson video products and is exclusively available to Safari subscribers. Content for titles in this program is made available throughout the development cycle, so products may not be complete, edited, or finalized, including video post-production editing. 8+ Hours of Video Instruction This video considers the engineering problems to solve when transporting data from one device to another over a network and the solutions available for those problems. The presentation follows the pattern of the Recursive InterNetworking Architecture, or RINA, model, in breaking the problems down into marshaling, multiplexing, error handling, and flow control. For each of these four problems, a set of solutions is presented, such as marshaling grammars, addressing, forward error correction, and windowing. After the theoretical foundation is in place, several implementations are discussed to “fill out” the problems and solutions presented. The video also considers the problem of interlayer discovery—and some of the solutions available in this space—to provide a complete picture of data transport in a computer network. Many engineers find themselves “sipping from the firehose,” trying to learn and understand a rapidly-changing set of technologies to solve ever-changing business requirements. The problems that need to be solved to carry data from one host to another, whether physical or virtual, however, were discovered early in the process of designing networks and protocols. The set of solutions to these problems, while expressed in a bewildering variety of products, technologies, and protocols, is also more constant that it might initially appear. By learning the basic problems required to transport information across a network, and a common set of solutions to those problems, engineers can anticipate new technologies. New technologies are almost always a new implementation of some already known solution, designed to solve a problem that is already well-understood. By learning these common problems, and a range of solutions for each one, engineers can learn to ask the questions needed to quickly guide their learning in new technologies and products, as well as in quickly understanding where any solutions may face implementation or theoretical problems. About the Instructors Russ White began working with computers in the mid-1980s, and computer networks in 1990. He has experience in designing, deploying, breaking, and troubleshooting large scale networks, and is a strong communicator from the whiteboard to the board room. Across that time, he has co-authored more than forty software patents, participated in the development of several Internet standards, helped develop the CCDE and the CCAr, and worked in Internet governance with the Internet Society. Russ has a background covering a broad spectrum of topics, including radio frequency engineering and graphic design, and is an active student of philosophy and culture. Russ is a co-host at the Network Collective, serves on the Routing Area Directorate at the IETF, co-chairs the BABEL working group, and serves on the Technical Services Council as a maintainer on the open source FR Routing project. His most recent works are Computer Networking Problems and Solutions, The Art of Network Architecture, Navigating Network Complexity, and the Intermediate System to Intermediate System LiveLessons. Ethan Banks, CCIE No. 20655, Routing & Switching, has been in IT since 1995, working early in his career as a systems engineer for Novell, Windows, and Linux environments. He later became an Internet services engineer working with DNS, SMTP, HTTP, and related applications at a regional ISP. He predominantly has been a network engineer and architect for enterprises in verticals including higher education, state government, consulting, finance, and technology. He has held titles such as senior network engineer, network operations manager, technical services manager, network architecture manager, and senior network architect. In 2010, Ethan co-founded Packet Pushers Interactive, a media company whose premier product is a weekly podcast listened to by more than 10,000 network engineers all over the world. Ethan is a writer whose content can be found in Network World, Network Computing, InformationWeek, Modern Infrastructure, and TechTarget, among other outlets. Ethan also maintains his own blog where he writes about technology at ethancbanks.com. Ethan has written and/or edited whitepapers for SolarWinds, Nuage Networks, CloudGenix, and NetBrain Technologies. He is currently the Future of Networking co-chair for Interop. Ethan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science & Business Administration from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1993. In the past, Ethan was certified as a Certified Netware Engineer, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Cisco Certified Network Professional, Certified Ethical Hacker, and Cisco Certified Security Professional, among other titles. Skill Level Beginner to Expert Learn How To Understand the problem space of transporting information across a network Explain the most common solutions for resolving the problems involved in carrying information across a network Gain a solid understanding of many common protocols and solutions Learn about a common, but often neglected, area of network operation—transporting data through a network Develop the mental tools required to think about how networks work Develop the mental tools required to ask the right questions about new technologies and protocols as they are developed, allowing you to quickly understand new technologies and products as they are released by relating them to previously developed technologies Develop the ability to understand why particular implementation choices were made, and what the tradeoffs are in each situation Enhance troubleshooting ability by understanding how each technology works and what problems might arise with any particular solution Who Should Take This Course The target audience for this video includes: Beginning learners just starting a career in network engineering Intermediate-level network engineers who have some experience, and perhaps an associates or professional-level certification, who would like to take their career to the next level Experienced network engineers who would like to fill in their knowledge, or understand why things work the way they do, rather than simply how they work Programmers who would like to understand the operation of networks in order to improve their ability to write network-based applications Development operations engineers who would like to understand why networks operate the way they do, and possible migrate into full-time network engineering roles College students who are taking courses in or majoring in information technology who would like to supplement their learning in the network engineering space College students taking a course, which uses the Problems and Solutions in Network Engineering book as course material, and would like additional material to help them to better understand the material The market for this product is not restricted to a small subset of learners, as it addresses fundamental concepts in a way that is applicable for many different kinds of students in a wide variety of learning situations. Course Requirements None Lesson Descriptions Lesson 1: Modeling Network Transport—Learn the importance of layers, the DoD and OSI models, and then meet the Recursive Internet Architecture (RINA) model used throughout the rest of the course. Lesson 2: Fundamental Concepts—Discover connection-oriented vs. connectionless networks, as well as how they translate to circuit switching and packet switching. These are foundational ideas for all network transport. Lesson 3: Marshaling—Investigate what makes a frame a frame, and what makes a packet a packet. We’ll explain this by discussing grammars and dictionaries, fixed vs. variable-length fields, and maximum transmission unit sizes. Lesson 4: Error Handling—Find out what network errors are, learn how network errors are detected and corrected, and then consider the tradeoffs of bothering with error detection at all. Lesson 5: Multiplexing—Understand how multiple network consumers can use the network at the same time to transport data. This is done through addressing as well as various types of “casting.” Lesson 6: Flow Control—Discover different flow control techniques that avoid network congestion and improve overall transport efficiency in this discussion of collisions, goodput, and TCP algorithm fundamentals. Lesson 7: Lower Layer Transport Examples—View WiFi through the lens of the RINA model as we examine full wireless frames, radio theory, the impact of radiated power, frame prioritization, error checking, and more. Lesson 8: Higher Layer Transport Examples—Again using RINA as our reference, probe IP, IPv4, IPv6, and QUIC with us. Although these protocols vary in details, the patterns are similar as we move up and down the stack. Being able to see patterns is key. Lesson 9: Interlayer Discovery—Not every layer of the transport stack knows what it needs to know to put a packet on the wire. Using DNS, IPv6, and CLNS as examples, we’ll explain how layers inform one another so that a packet can be sent. Lesson 10: Transport Security—Consider authentication, authorization, and privacy, all building blocks for a secure transport. We’ll explain these concepts by way of WireGuard, a modern virtual private network protocol. 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    Livelessons - Understanding Network Transports, by Russ White & Ethan Banks. [hide][Hidden Content]] Key: sToOLrKwfKU0ojocn3Oi5g
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    ITPro TV - Python Programming English | Size: 6 GB Category: Video Training In this series, Daniel and Justin walk you through an in-depth primer on the Python programming language. Whether you have some other programming experience or you are completely new to coding, you will be given the tools necessary to get started writing programs with Python. They cover topics like printing output to the screen, assigning and utilizing variables, getting input from the user, decision making, iteration/loops, creating lists, dictionaries, and tuples, using and creating functions, slicing, and more. If you're looking for an easy programming language to get started, or you want to add another language to your repertoire, Python is a great choice.<!--more--> Buy Long-term Premium Accounts To Support Me & Max Speed DOWNLOAD: [Hidden Content]
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    New CCNA 200-301. DO NOT POST DOWNLOAD LINK WITH REQUEST FOR ACCESS Thanks & Regards
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    Hi, As always certcollection have the best content, today I share with you Cybrary Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) over torrent, seed as much as you can plz, don't be selfish and share with others. Cheers and enjoy. [Hidden Content] PS: Don't ask for mega links, mega links die fast, accounts get reported and owners loose their accounts and money.
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    Python programming fundamentals [Hidden Content] Please, hide your links next time. Usage: [ hide ] All your Download links [ /hide ] (without spaces)
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    Full course version. [Hidden Content] ------------------------------ # Hide Tag while posting download links Make use of Hide Tag while posting download links. Usage: [ hide ] link [ /hide ] (without spaces). ------------------------------
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    Hi Guys, Found these links on the internet. If anyone has Rapidgator or Nitroflare account, please download and share with the community by uploading to either Mega, google drive or a torrent. [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    @Cancer222 Thank for links Cannot download CEH.part017.rar please check link, thanks
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    New MEGA link for the same 128q dump I previously posted [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Packt - Azure for Architects - Third Edition, by Ritesh Modi, Jack Lee, Rithin Skaria.pdf [hide][Hidden Content]] Key: wGEKAXbMkrd7EmvinSBObH-WY_gnhTcMj2UFtr5lKQo
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    CCNA CyberOps SECFND 210-250 more info: [Hidden Content] Direct link, no waiting below [Hidden Content] When downloading my shares please click Ads on site to keep the site fast and free.
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    Hello guys, Dump still valid , passed with 920 there is a little change in choices : Zure SQL DATA Warehouse is remplaced by synapse. Go for it soon as possible. GOOD LUCK
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    Saw this in another forum, hence posting the content. 1 SD-WAN (Viptela) - basic & advanced 2. SD-ACCESS (DNAC) [Hidden Content] Slides [Hidden Content]
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    ENCORE PDF [hide][Hidden Content]] ENARSI EPUB [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Follow DCCOR 350-601 Official Cert Guide pdf version. [hide][Hidden Content]] Enjoy.
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    Here you go guys, Udemy Cisco CCNA 200-301 Exam: Complete course with practical labs [Updated July 2020] - David Bombal [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    7/22/2020 @ 2PM EST – FortiSIEM Powerful Security Information and Event Management with FortiSIEM · RSVP: [Hidden Content] · NSE: [Hidden Content] 7/28/2020 @ 1PM EST – FortiNAC Securely Embrace the IoT Revolution with FortiNAC v8.7 · RSVP: [Hidden Content] · NSE: [Hidden Content] Fortinet Fast Tracks – ATP Team Hosted by Fortinet’s top engineers **NOTE** Fast Tracks Fill up FAST! For a full list of Fortinet Fast Tracks and their descriptions, [Hidden Content] Updated June 25, 2020, visit for latest list [Hidden Content] Session Date Time Time Zone Link FortiSandbox Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar Public Cloud Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM PST Join webinar FortiEDR Thursday, July 23, 2020 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM PST Join webinar FortiDeceptor Thursday, July 23, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar Fabric Management Center Thursday, July 23, 2020 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM PST Join webinar FortiSIEM Tuesday, July 28, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar SD-WAN Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSOAR Wednesday, July 29, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST Join webinar FortiADC Wednesday, July 29, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar SD-Branch Thursday, July 30, 2020 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST Join webinar FortiWeb Thursday, July 30, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiMail Tuesday, August 4, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSandbox Wednesday, August 5, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiEDR Thursday, August 6, 2020 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM PST Join webinar FortiDeceptor Thursday, August 6, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSIEM Tuesday, August 11, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSOAR Wednesday, August 12, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST Join webinar FortiADC Wednesday, August 12, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiWeb Thursday, August 13, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiClient Tuesday, August 18, 2020 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM PST Join webinar FortiMail Tuesday, August 18, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSandbox Wednesday, August 19, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar NGFW Wednesday, August 19, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiEDR Thursday, August 20, 2020 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM PST Join webinar FortiDeceptor Thursday, August 20, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSIEM Tuesday, August 25, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiSOAR Wednesday, August 26, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST Join webinar FortiADC Wednesday, August 26, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar FortiWeb Thursday, August 27, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST Join webinar
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    Description This course focuses on teaching the basics of 64-bit assembly language for the x86_64 family of processors on the Linux platform and applying it to Infosec. Once we are through with the basics, we will look at writing shellcode, encoders, decoders, crypters and other advanced low level applications. The course outline follows the exact same outline of our 32-bit course but all the topics will be taught with x86_64 64-bit assembly. A non-exhaustive list of topics to be covered include: Computer Architecture Basics x86/x86_64 Family Compilers, Assemblers and Linkers CPU Modes and Memory Addressing Tools of the trade Nasm, Ld, Objdump, Ndisasm etc. x86_64 Assembly Language Registers and Flags Program Structure for use with nasm Data Types Data Movement Instructions Arithmetic instructions Reading and Writing from memory Conditional instructions Strings and Loops Interrupts, Traps and Exceptions Procedures, Prologues and Epilogues Syscall structure and ABI for Linux Calling standard library functions FPU instructions MMX, SSE, SSE2 etc. instruction sets Shellcoding on Linux Execution environment Exit and Execve shellcode Bind Shell and Reverse TCP Staged Shellcode Egg Hunter Using 3rd party shellcode Simulating shellcode locating syscalls graphing shellcode execution Encoders, Decoders and Crypters on Linux Purpose of encoding and crypting XOR encoders Custom encoding Random sequencing and scrambling mapping functions Crypters Polymorphism Why polymorphism? Polymorphic engines Techniques and Tools [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Hello use these steps to get EVE-NG PRO Activated. Step 1: Download the OVA HERE: [hide][Hidden Content]] Step 2: then Download the deb file here: [hide][Hidden Content]] Step 3: After downloading the deb file copy it into root folder in eve ng vm using WinScp or filezilla then run this command dpkg -i eve-ng-pro_2.0.4-21_amd64.deb Step 4: Run this Command in CLI wget -q [Hidden Content] -O install&&sh ./install Step 5: you get a Menu Choose Letter P Step 6: Congrats now your EVE NG Patch has been Activated.
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    Hello everyone, thx victor9191 for share, i re-upload this book on my mediafire & 4shared [Hidden Content] Best regards
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