Basic NetFlow 2

Basic NetFlow 2

🕔09:05, 30.Nov 2015

Cisco added three small network management topics to CCNA R&S for the in 2013 (exams 100-101, 200-101, 200-120). Today’s lab gives you configuration practice with one of those: NetFlow. NetFlow provides routers with the capability to capture statistics based on

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Answers: Switch IP 1

Answers: Switch IP 1

🕔12:05, 21.Nov 2015 Cisco Catalyst switches typically allow Telnet/SSH access as a matter of habit. For practice, check out the earlier lab exercise, create your own answer, and check your answer against this blog post. Answers Example 1: SW1 Config   Commentary Read Full Article

Switch IP 1

🕔12:05, 19.Nov 2015 A layer 2 switch does not need an IP address or default gateway for its primary purpose of forwarding layer 2 Ethernet frames. However, the switch does need an IP address and a default gateway for layer 3 communication, such Read Full Article
Answers: IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

Answers: IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 19.Nov 2015

In this lab, you will configure global unicast addresses, rely on link local addresses only on some links, and use OSPFv3 to learn routes to the global unicast prefixes. Ready to check your work in this long-ish lab? If not,

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IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

IPv6 Addressing with OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 17.Nov 2015

For this latest lab, you configure IPv6 routing, addressing, and OSPFv3, all in one small lab. This next lab is rather long by comparison to most others in this series – it might take you 10-15 minutes rather than the

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Answers: CLI Passwords 2

Answers: CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 7.Nov 2015   Do you know how to configure local usernames, and enable their use for login security on a Cisco router? No more sharing the same login password among all the network engineers. If you want some quick practice, go back Read Full Article
CLI Passwords 2

CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 5.Nov 2015 The simplest way to protect the CLI uses passwords shared by all, rather than a per-user username and password. Using a per-user login method improves security. The easiest option for using per-user logins in a Cisco lab is to configure Read Full Article
Answers: Trunking for Only Some VLANs

Answers: Trunking for Only Some VLANs

🕔09:05, 4.Nov 2015

Time to check your config versus this latest lab. Do you recall the command and syntax to restrict a trunk on a Catalyst switch from supporting all VLANs? Go try the lab yourself on paper, then come back here and

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Trunking for Only Some VLANs

Trunking for Only Some VLANs

🕔10:30, 2.Nov 2015

VLAN trunks between Cisco Catalyst switches support all VLANs known to the switches. Then add a new VLAN, and the trunk supports it. Is that a good idea? In this post, you will get a chance to practice that common

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