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Answers: Basic OSPFv3

Answers: Basic OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 4.Sep 2015

This lab asks you to configure OSPFv3 for an IPv6 network, from a starting point of having all the IPv6 addresses configured on the routers in the network. For this lab, you add a few optional parameters in addition to

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Basic OSPFv3

Basic OSPFv3

🕔09:05, 1.Sep 2015

When used for IPv6, OSPF uses a straightforward interface-focused configuration. As a result, you do not even have to know the IPv6 addresses or subnets when configuring OSPF – all you have to know is which interfaces are in which

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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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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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OSPFv2 Interface Configuration (Config Museum)

OSPFv2 Interface Configuration (Config Museum)

🕔09:15, 9.Dec 2014

The OSPF network command has confused Cisco newbies for decades. Today’s post looks at a more straightforward way to configure OSPF with a simple command to enable OSPF on each interface.  To do so, we’ll do another Config Museum: a

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Config Museum: EIGRP Config Answers

Config Museum: EIGRP Config Answers

🕔11:55, 14.Mar 2014

This #CCNA exercise was a straightforward EIGRP config exercise. The config is below the line. Original Problem Statement CCENT/ICND1 Config Museum Labs CCNA/ICND2 Config Museum Labs

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Config Museum: EIGRP Config

Config Museum: EIGRP Config

🕔09:05, 10.Mar 2014

It’s been a while for one of these: a #CCNA config museum piece. It’s meant as a quick config exercise – read the requirements, write the config on paper or type it. No muss no fuss, just review and practice

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