Answers: SNMPv2c Secured with ACLs

Answers: SNMPv2c Secured with ACLs

🕔13:10, 29.Jul 2016

This latest lab lets you practice configuring SNMP. At the same time, it lets you configure restrictions so that only some devices are allowed to even use SNMP with the routers in the lab. Check out the lab requirements first,

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SNMPv2c Secured with ACLs

SNMPv2c Secured with ACLs

🕔13:05, 28.Jul 2016

#CCNA candidates can struggle with SNMP configuration for a couple of reasons. First, in real life, you configure SNMP on each device and then ignore the configuration. Because of that, when you do have to configure it, most of us

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Answers: IPv6 Static Route 2

Answers: IPv6 Static Route 2

🕔09:10, 27.Jul 2016   Static IPv6 routes may seem like a bigger challenge than static IPv4 routes at first. Configuring static IPv6 routes, however, can really help you learn those basic routing concepts. Check out the lab requirements, get some reps in, and Read Full Article
Answers: PAP 1

Answers: PAP 1

🕔13:10, 26.Jul 2016

Did you remember how to configure PAP on a serial link? Time to check your config for a back-to-back serial link with PPP and PAP. Check out the requirements back in the lab post, create your answers, and come back

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PAP 1

PAP 1

🕔13:05, 25.Jul 2016

Getting reps with connecting two router serial interfaces helps build confidence. This lab gives you another chance, this time with PAP authentication on the link. The goal: get the link working so both routers can ping each other.

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IPv6 Static Route 2

IPv6 Static Route 2

🕔09:05, 25.Jul 2016   IPv6 routing has many similarities with IPv4 routing; however, the length of the IPv6 addresses can sometimes get in the way of learning the main concepts. This next lab removes those barriers with a straightforward IPv6 static route configuration Read Full Article
Answers: IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing 1

Answers: IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing 1

🕔09:10, 23.Jul 2016 This lab requires a fair bit of manipulating hexadecimal numbers to reverse engineer the values you need to configure in the lab; however, it serves as good exercise to make sure you understand how to configure IPv6 addresses using the Read Full Article
Answers: GRE Tunnel 3

Answers: GRE Tunnel 3

🕔13:10, 22.Jul 2016

You know the drill. Do the lab, come here to check your answer. This one is on configuring a point-to-point GRE tunnel, using a hostname for the tunnel destination, and with OSPF interface thrown in for some quick review.

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GRE Tunnel 3

GRE Tunnel 3

🕔13:05, 21.Jul 2016

This latest lab requires you to configure a point-to-point GRE tunnel, but with no encryption config. Unless this is your first Config Lab, you know the drill. If not: take 5-10 minutes now, read the lab, and type your answer

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IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing 1

IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing 1

🕔09:05, 21.Jul 2016 Do you know how to take an interface MAC address and determine what IPv6 address the interface would use when using EUI-64? Could you then do the reverse: take the IPv6 address, and predict what MAC address is used for Read Full Article

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