A: LAN Switching Logic

A: LAN Switching Logic

🕔09:05, 31.Aug 2015 It seems simple... and then you're sitting at the #CCENT or #CCNA exam. Where does that Ethernet frame really go? I posted a question about LAN Switching a few days back. Here are the answers! Post with any related clarifications or comments. Read Full Article
Answers: EIGRP and Bandwidth

Answers: EIGRP and Bandwidth

🕔09:15, 28.Aug 2015

This lab asks you to configure EIGRP, with a small twist – a change to the link bandwidth on one of the links. As a result, some of the routes will follow a two-hop path rather than a one-hop path.

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Q: LAN Switching Logic

Q: LAN Switching Logic

🕔09:05, 27.Aug 2015 To get your #CCENT and #CCNA, you must have the skill to predict how switches forward Ethernet frames. This skill goes beyond a simple generic list of actions like forward/filter/flood. This next question gives you another chance to build those Read Full Article
EIGRP and Bandwidth

EIGRP and Bandwidth

🕔09:05, 25.Aug 2015

EIGRP trades basic information about subnets, along with metric components, allowing routers to calculate the best route to each subnet. Those components include bandwidth and delay. In this lab, you will practice EIGRP configuration, while changing the bandwidth in one

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A: Ethernet Cabling Pinouts

A: Ethernet Cabling Pinouts

🕔09:05, 24.Aug 2015 Which of these uses a straight-through cable: a cable between two switches? Two routers? Two PCs? A switch and a router? A switch and a hub? The list goes on for a bit. This latest question about Ethernet cabling pinouts makes Read Full Article
Answers: Basic Port Security

Answers: Basic Port Security

🕔09:05, 21.Aug 2015

As with all these labs, the answer is straightforward. In this case, the switchport was already an access port, so all you had to do was add the port security configuration. But try the lab yourself first before looking here!

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Q: Ethernet Cabling Pinouts

Q: Ethernet Cabling Pinouts

🕔09:05, 20.Aug 2015 #CCENT test takers sometimes struggle with going from the basic idea of a crossover cable, to looking at a network diagram and deciding which types of cable pinouts to use for each link. Today's post adds to the practice. As Read Full Article
Basic Port Security

Basic Port Security

🕔09:05, 18.Aug 2015

Cisco’s Port Security feature just happens to be one of those switch features that can confuse people until they’ve configured and tested it a few times. One challenge comes from the fact that you can enable port security with one

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A: Parsing Layer and Header Terminology

A: Parsing Layer and Header Terminology

🕔09:30, 17.Aug 2015 I posted a question about headers and TCP/IP layers a few days back. Here are the answers! Post with any related clarifications or comments.  Answers: A, D The TCP/IP model exists in two versions. One model uses four layers, with Read Full Article
Answers: Basic VLANs

Answers: Basic VLANs

🕔09:05, 14.Aug 2015

As with all these labs, the answer is straightforward. In this case, you need to add a couple of global commands and some commands per interface. But try the lab yourself first before looking here! The answers sit below the

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