Here are the brief steps of how to recover passwords on Your Cisco Router: Type show version to check on the current value of the configuration register. The configuration register is usually set set to 0x2102 or 0x102. Turn the router off and turn it back on. Within the first 60 seconds, press Ctrl+Break to exit the Boot sequence and enter the Rommon mode. In the rommon mode type confreg 0x2142.
Long time I had this question in my head, why do we subnet, yea I am being a smart guy, I am very good at sub-netting but I didn’t know why it is so crucial. Well there are many answers to that question, the most general ones are: Reduced network traffic Optimized network performance Simplified management Facilitated spanning of large geographical distances. Okay, that’s cool but still, How does it do these “bla bla written above” =D ?
Steps to get your key: you need to get an MD5 finger print go to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_24\bin copy the file “debug.keystore” you will find this in C:\Users\User.android</li> Type the following command: keytool.exe -list -alias androiddebugkey -keystore "C:\android\debug.keystore" -storepass android -keypass android Now you should be getting a finger print like this: A5:83:11:BB:56:EE:3E:87:58:6D:49:D3:90:E6:61:11 Now go to this page: http://code.google.com/android/maps-api-signup.html Insert your MD5 finger print and get your key: 0uNikOV3dR5gYi2qwuoNRrfR1OZRmM0uG5Arbvg
Some people are windows oriented, others are linux oriented. Well I consider my self more of a windows user (I am not proud of that xD) so I decided to give linux a try and use minicom to configure Cisco devices. Here is how to download, Setup and Install minicom on ubuntu to be ready for use. First you have to download and install minicom: sudo apt-get install minicom Okay cool, now that you have installed it, you might want to find out the name of your serial port, Here is how:
I spent some time trying to find out how to put other views in the same place with a ListActivity and I figured out 2 different ways : First, you can create a new XML file that should contain a listView like this for example: android:orientation="vertical" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="fill_parent" android:background="@color/black"> android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:src="@drawable/home" /> android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="fill_parent" android:drawSelectorOnTop="false" /> Then, in your activity type the following setContentView("xmlFile"); Here for example, I would like to put that image within my ListActivity .
I was stuck for like three hours trying to figure out how to change the background of a ListActivity because I have used an adapter with a layout for each item so when I change the background at the layout, only the item’s background is changed, but at the end I figured that it was very easy here is how I did it :- inside your onCreate() preferably before setting any adapters or putting any views, you insert the following line : getListView().
In advanced mobile applications or normal ones , a developer should communicate with the user using some feed backs so changing the color of an image or label when clicked gives the user the feedback that he has really clicked something, here how it is done. In your onClick() method , use the following method : setColorFilter("color in hexa" , "mode") In my case I use button.setColorFilter(0x77000000,Mode.SRC_ATOP); doing this you will change the Colour but if you pressed the back button , you will find it stuck on the colour you changed ,to return things as they were you can either use
Well, Lets say that most of the People have wrong concept of Who is A network Engineer and whose not,in Order to Clarify this Vague concept among people and also to answer the question that almost Most students or young Engineers ask them selves “How to be a Networker ?”, I will First Define who is A newtork Engineer. A Network Engineer is A Guy who takes the best of both worlds (Communications and Computer Science) and merge them into one to get into the “Communter Science ” world 😀 ,so A Network Engineer is like a federal spy, he can get into a room full of aliens and never be exposed, also most people think that some Certifications will make you a network Engineer that easily, well I admit that certifications give you quite a good understanding of IT stuff but not Engineering stuff, anyway lets get to the second Question already.
I have been thinking for a while, what would it be like in 3 or 4 years ahead, and I started noticing that everybody is starting to love the “Cloud”, I won’t lie, I love it to :D, It is exponentially increasing, some of the ISP’s have already started using the cloud, it is a pretty neat concept, for some of you who are not familiar with the cloud: Imagine that you are subscribing to a bank and you are no longer keeping your money under you bed :D, well everybody doesn’t now, no body is hiding his money under his bed.