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Asad Ijaz

Hey there, I'm Asad Ijaz Khattak, and I'm not your typical writer and blogger – I'm the voice behind the scenes at the renowned website, "" When it comes to the digital realm, I'm all about technology, networking, and cybersecurity. Picture this: I'm not just someone who writes about tech; I'm a certified expert in the field. I proudly hold the titles of Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). So, when I talk about networking, I'm not just whistling in the dark; I know my stuff! My website is like a treasure trove of knowledge. You'll find a plethora of articles and tutorials covering a wide range of topics related to networking and cybersecurity. It's not just a website; it's a learning hub for anyone who's eager to dive into the world of bits, bytes, and secure connections. And here's a fun fact: I'm not a lone wolf in this journey. I'm a proud member and Editor of Team NetworkUstad. Together, we're on a mission to empower people with the knowledge they need to navigate the digital landscape safely and effectively. So, if you're ready to embark on a tech-savvy adventure, stick around with me, Asad Ijaz Khattak. We're going to unravel the mysteries of technology, one article at a time!"

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  1. IPv6 Traffic Filters: Input And Output – LEMP
    December 5, 2022 @ 1:08 pm

    […] When it comes to function and configuration, IPv6 ACLs are more similar to IPv4 ACLs. There are three distinct characteristics of each. An implicit permit statement is implemented at the end of every IPv6 ACL. This permit-icmp program allows the equivalent of ARP to be used for IPv6. The command syntax for IPv6 ACLs is similar to that of IPv4 extended ACL. IPv6 is used instead of IPv4 for both types of masks, but the prefix length is used for IPv6 rather than IPv4 for IPv4. A total of seven subnets have /64 prefix, while one subnet has a prefix of 1::1/64 (DACA:1::1/64 prefix). […]


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