AGAIN, the configurations are easy. Nothing too robust. I keep everything at a basic level for those of you looking to obtain your CCENT/CCNA R&S.
In the coming weeks I will be getting a bit more involved and moving slightly to more “Medium” level lab’s. Some of the labs will look familiar to you, and they WILL be! Most will be the same configurations/set up as the previous labs BUT with a twist. TROUBLESHOOTING techniques! MUWaaHAaHahhAhahaaaa
In order to be able to complete this lab, you’re going to need to know about:
I admit, I’m a stalker and I’ve been caught. I’m getting better at it too.
Favorite hobbies of mine are following you around, riding on your tail coats, lurking from beyond the shadows of the super market. Yes, that’s me.
You’ve probably noticed me a few times, glancing at you………. as I turn my head towards yours. I’m secretly smiling at you.
What is it that you are doing I wonder? Yes, I am secretly monitoring you. To avoid your suspicions, I look elsewhere. Watching YOU! I lay out little tracking devices, warning bells, to alert me when you make a move. I have backups as well, others that are just like me. I am ssssoooo interested in you that I call them over to help me observe you in detail. I want to know everything. Me and my armada will surround you………
We did a lot of work yesterday trying to fix the network. The Information Security Specialist at the county sheriff’s office informed us that the intruders got into the network by “TELNET”.
Unfortunately, our previous network engineer didn’t use SSH also known as (secure shell) and we have been open to the internet for some time! I guess it was only a matter of time until someone infiltrated us? As network engineers, make sure you LOCK IT DOWN with passwords, logins, and encryptions. Another way to help secure your networks are by using firewalls, ACL’s, restrict ports, and physical connections.