ASA Routed vs. Transparent

In what scenario would you use an ASA in transparent mode? Transparent mode is defined as both inside and outside interfaces are in the same subnet, but different VLAN’s…. Uh huh, let’s say that you and I have a customer…
VLAN vs. Subnet

“What is the difference between a subnet and a vlan? How does a subnet and vlan work differently from each other?” “While going through the CCNP switch book of CISCO, I encountered this statement “The switch port supports one VLAN,…
Use Layer-3 Switch or Router?

In general, you want to use a router when most of the time the device does routing. Likewise, you want to use a switch when when most of the time the device does switching. This statement becomes more apparent when…

When you configure a VLAN, you must assign it a number ID, and you can optionally give it a name. The purpose of VLAN implementations is to associate ports with particular VLANs. You configure the port to forward a frame…
How Private VLANs Work?

It’s simple to explain What Private VLAN is, but Cisco’s implemenation and configuration steps are a bit confusing – with all the “mappings” and “associations” stuff. Here we will talk about Private VLAN and how private VLANs work. Firstly, let’s…