Remote DHCP Server 1

Remote DHCP Server 1

🕔09:15, 19.Apr 2016 DHCP plays a huge role in most IPv4 networks. In some cases, the server sits on the same subnet as the client, but in other cases, the DHCP server is remote. When it is remote, you need to configure the Read Full Article
Multi-area OSPF 1

Multi-area OSPF 1

🕔09:05, 18.Apr 2016

When using the OSPF network command, whether single area of multi-area, you have to be careful with the wildcard mask used and which interfaces each network command matches. With multiple areas, that concern increases, because incorrect matching can place a

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Answers: Local DHCP Server 1

Answers: Local DHCP Server 1

🕔09:05, 15.Apr 2016 Today’s lab lets you configure a local DHCP on a router, and work through all the small settings. You know the drill – read the original lab post first, and then come back here. Zero in on OSPF and EIGRP Read Full Article
Answers: EIGRP for IPv6 1

Answers: EIGRP for IPv6 1

🕔09:05, 14.Apr 2016

  This lab has some repetitive configuration elements for EIGRPv6. Check out the original lab first, and then come here to check out your answers. The main task in this case: Get EIGRP working for IPv6 in a three router

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Local DHCP Server 1

Local DHCP Server 1

🕔09:05, 13.Apr 2016 Configuring a local DHCP server on a router removes the need for one DHCP configuration feature, but you still need to navigate all the DHCP server features. Today’s lab gives you a chance to practice. Follow the usual drill – Read Full Article
EIGRP for IPv6 1

EIGRP for IPv6 1

🕔10:20, 12.Apr 2016

EIGRP for IPv6 – often called EIGRPv6 – has a nice clean configuration process. This lab asks you to follow that process, with a few small wrinkles. If you have the basics down, you should be able to work this

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Answers: Trunking Puzzle 1

Answers: Trunking Puzzle 1

🕔09:05, 8.Apr 2016 Lots of switch trunks, lots of different requirements, resulting in a variety of configuration combinations. Can you remember all the trunking config options without having to look up commands or using CLI help? Check out the lab first as always, Read Full Article
Trunking Puzzle 1

Trunking Puzzle 1

🕔09:05, 6.Apr 2016 You can memorize VLAN trunking commands by staring at a table – but you will remember them much better if you try different combinations in sample labs, and especially if you try them from the CLI of some gear or Read Full Article

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