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  1. CCNA-sec guide does state that it is either 112 or 168. However, the key is stored actually as 128 rather than 112. In DES, the base is 56 bits but it is basically stored as 64 bits because of the 8 parity bits. (8+56)+(56+8)=128. you may refer to the book "Network Security Technologies by Fung, K, T" thanks
  2. haha just checked the your replies guys. no one is capable of being over me mate! I am still writing up my report. I am done with the configuration but i need to know the default value which I haven't come across in ccna-security official exam guide. well mark, just in case I might list ur name in the references so that you would be held responsible any solid information about the default 3DES key lenght will be so much appreciated thnx a lot
  3. well, since it is what it is, 168 is what im gonna include and i will mention ur name "Veterans" as my reference thanks
  4. Thanks a lot for the reply, it will be great if u can provide me with the source since im writing a formal report. thank you again
  5. Hi there, anyone got an idea what is the default key length for 3DES when configuring site ti site IPSec VPN? ur help guys will be just very much appreciated
  6. Thanks a lot, but im simply looking for a tool that I can use to monitor a VoIP network using GNS3.
  7. Hello there, I just need ur urgent help. I have created VoIP lab (CME & IP phones) and wanna find a tool to monitor the quality of the voice traffic passing through the network, parameters like Delay, Jitter, packet loss...etc Any advise will be greatly appreciated
  8. Hi everyone, I have been wondering if I could simulate Mobile IP technology in GNS3 since it is related to wireless networks. Besides, is it possible to simulate Mobile IP protocols in cisco devices. Thank you guys
  9. Hi everyone, well, my question is pretty much important for me and I would appreciate very much ur response guys. I am up to a project and I wonder if it is possible to simulate Mobile IP in Ad hoc networks in GNS3. I am aware that there are other simulators like NS2 and OPNET..etc but i wanna do something ptractical and I wanna get cisco devices involved, please advise. Thank you in advance
  10. Hi everyone, well, my question is pretty much important for me and I would appreciate very much ur response guys. I am up to a project and I wonder if it is possible to simulate Mobile IP in Ad hoc networks in GNS3. I am aware that there are other simulators like NS2 and OPNET..etc but i wanna do something ptractical and I wanna get cisco devices involved, please advise. Thank you in advance
  11. Thanks Baphomet, Just read ur reply. I managed to get to SQL database and filtered the calls based on route patterns. I had no other choice as the report I am trying to do requires a lot of organised details. Thanks
  12. Hi! I exported a report from CCM 4.1 presenting details about every IP phone in the network. However, I would like to ask whether it can be exported in an organized way that seperates the calls based on the destination. For example: how many calls originated from IP phone 1010 to Fixed phones, Mobile phones, International and so on. thanks
  13. Im not quite sure if I understood the question! was your IP phone connected to the network and working properly then couldn't be started? if so, try to reset it from the CCM, if that doesn't work unplug the cable then plug it again.
  14. Yeah, nothing comes easily
  15. what's up, is it that difficult? or too easy that no one has answered lool