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Annas Jan

Annas Jan
Annas Jan
Associate Instructor

Annas Jan is an Associate Instructor at QuickStart Technologies. He received his Bachelors Degree in IT/Telecommunication from Iqra University. He has also earned several certifications including CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNP, and Microsoft's Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012.
With IT background in networking and SQL, he has previously worked as an IT Support Officer at Iqra University and Technical Support Agent at PTCL. He possesses core competencies in CompTIA based courses. He also has practical and theoretical knowledge in Cisco Routing & Switching, CEH, and ITIL based technologies. Learn More about his experiences and expertise by following this blog.

  1. important system administrator skills

    The 5 Most Important Skills You Should Look For In System Administrators

    Categories: IT Ops & Management

    In order to ensure proper upkeep and operation of computer systems in an office network, look for a system administrator with decent skills in the field. A system administrator or a system center configuration manager should be able to handle all types of situations and maintain a fully functional computer network at all times. The average salary for a system administrator is nearly $64,000 per year in the United States, and a proficient system administrator is worth every penny.

    The best system administrators are characterized by a few must-have skills. Reference those skills below, to identify everything your company should look for when filling open system administrator roles.

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  2. Jobs You Can Get With CCNA Certification

    What Jobs Can I Get with a CCNA Certification?

    Categories: Cisco , Career Driven

    You must have heard about CCNA, right? The CCNA certification falls in the category of entry-level certification in the field of computer networking. The CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification was created by Cisco to test a competitor's information on networking at a basic level. This certification breaks down the beginner’s capacity for the installation, configuration, operation, and troubleshooting of medium-size switched and routed networks.

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  3. 10 Full Stack Web Developer Portfolio to Inspire You

    10 Full Stack Web Developer Portfolio to Inspire You

    Categories: IT Ops & Management

    Is building a portfolio relatively easy? Definitely not. For one, the idea of what project to concentrate or include to impress clients can be elusive. The second barrier could be with how to create the portfolio from scratch, what details to include, and what to avoid. Here are ten full-stack web developer portfolio we believe will inspire you to get started.

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  4. VPN vs Proxy; what is the difference

    VPN vs Proxy: What's the Difference?

    Categories: Cisco , Network Security

    Internet security has been up for debate for quite some time now but still users seem in denial for using the processes and systems that can mask their internet security. The redundancy of this concept is however somewhat alleviated by some thoughtful users that use either a proxy or VPN for the sake of hiding their online activity from hackers and cybercriminals.

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  5. Cisco Cheat Sheet

    Cisco Networking Cheat Sheet

    Categories: Cisco , Cheat Sheet

    Cisco Networking Cheat Sheet

    The heart of Cisco networking includes routers, switches, and wireless access points. Everything you use on the internet is due to the above three foundational concepts. However, each performs different actions. In this cheat sheet, we’ll go over the basic vocabulary and commands used to earn a Cisco Networking certification or to simply review the essentials. 

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  6. What are Broadcast Domains

    What Are Broadcast Domains

    Categories: Cisco , Software Defined Networking (SDN)

    A distant memory is the times of buyers shopping just at actual stores. With the assistance of the web, numerous retailers do a large portion of their business on the web, and organizations not using web-based business are found scrambling to make an online presence.

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  7. What are the 5 Ultimate Reasons to Subnet

    What Are the 5 Ultimate Reasons to Subnet

    Categories: Software Defined Networking (SDN)

    A subnet, or subnetwork, is an organization inside an organization. Subnets make networks more effective. Through subnetting, network traffic can travel a more limited distance without going through pointless switches to arrive at its objective.

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  8. What’s the Difference between Subnet vs. VLAN?

    Subnet vs VLAN: Everything You Need to Know

    Categories: IT Ops & Management

    At the highest level, both VLAN and Subnet are similar in such a kind of manner that they are dealing with a segment or partition of a network. Although VLAN’s are those which are the data - link layer (O-S-I layer-2) constructs. On the other side, Subnets are considered as network - layer (O-S-I layer-3) I-P constructs, as well as addressing another kind of concerns within a network. However, it is the usual practice for creating a personalized association among a Subnet and a VLAN. It is a fact that both of them are independent at layer-3 and layer-2, are constructing further scalability while they design the network.

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