FrameRelay wrote:I tried to telnet this site but couldn't connect.
is it one of the earlier hops in the trace route?
Nobody panic. I'm a network engineer. CCNA, just graduated. Blimey you sure have a strict registration security policy for the account creation.
Don't worry, I wouldn't actually hack a router and break it or anything....
fuchsteufel wrote:I can't see why a CCNA certificate makes you a network engineer, we had some CCNA lessons in school and everybody in my class had the certificate after. Nothing to be proud of and nothing that makes a good knowledge of networking
lol true. In my classes, it was mentioned but in a "It's a thing, just so you know. Now moving on" kinda wayWallShadow wrote:For everyone who is not familiar with the Cisco training, Cisco prefers their course material to be as old as possible to keep it compatible with everyone and thus keep everyone happy. They don't teach about SSH because that has yet to become the de-facto standard, at least in their eyes. As such, Cisco loves telnet.
WallShadow wrote:fuchsteufel wrote:I can't see why a CCNA certificate makes you a network engineer, we had some CCNA lessons in school and everybody in my class had the certificate after. Nothing to be proud of and nothing that makes a good knowledge of networking
A CCNA takes 4 years of Cisco courses. I'm not sure, but I have doubts about the fact that everyone got a certificate.
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
pretentious wrote:Welcome to bat country
FunctionCreep wrote:Hide yo kids, hide yo wives 'cause they're telnet-ing everyone out here!
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