I am currently working as a Senior Field Consultant. I started my professional career in 1999 in India. In the year 1999 I decided to transition from the Retail Industry to hard core Information Technology, which was always my strength and desire. I realised my strengths and keen interest when I worked on Dbase III Plus a few years back but due to various constraints I could not pursue my career at that point in time. I have worked in various capacities in the fields of Software Technology, as Systems administrator, Systems Support Engineer, Implementations Engineer and Senior Implementation Engineer. Currently, I am based as Senior Field Consultant for a Microsoft Gold Partner in Oxford, U.K.
I am certified in various disciplines
CCIE # 23368
MCSE NT, 2k & 2k3
MCSA 2k & 2k3
MCSE 2k & 2k3 (Messaging & Security)
MCSA 2k & 2k3 (Messaging & Security)
I devote my free time to the technology communities. I believe knowledge grows by sharing and I love to share my knowledge. I believe it is important to be passionate and really enjoy whatever you do. I am also the founder and maintain Ahmedgroup (http://www.ahmedgroup.co.uk)
In this article I will walk you through the process of creating a Visio diagram with the help of Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool. Creating this diagram will require minimum user interaction and save valueable time.
The ISA Server Best Practices Analyzer is supplied with two supplemental tools.
a) The ISA Data Packager.
I will only cover the "BPA2VISIO" in this article.
Microsoft has taken Messaging to the next level & it is truly worthy of praise. In this article I will only cover a "Typical" install of Exchange 2007 32 BIT on a single server. How easy it is to simply deploy an Exchange 2007 server and the out of box experience. Your messaging solutions will be up and running especially if it is a brand new domain in no time. You will surely impress your boss and get a pay rise. :)
Lets see how this can be achieved.
In this article I will try to cover the three different versions of RIP which have been developed and evolved over years since 1988 and compare them briefly for quick reference. Different vendors have implemented there flavor of RIP and this article is entirely focused on Cisco devices. As we all know every vendor implements it differently; but most of the core features remain identical.
In this 2 part article series I will walk you through the features of Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP), configuration of Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) using command line & demystifying Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP). Before we jump in straight to the configuration you need to make it clear in your mind that Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is NOT a “Routing Protocol". This protocol does not update the routing tables in anyways whatsoever.
- By Huzaifah Ahmad
- Published 06/19/2010
- By Huzaifah Ahmad
- Published 06/1/2010