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200-301 V1 Ch18: Troubleshooting Routing

Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1 Chapter 18

Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1 Chapter 18

🕔09:05, 18.Dec 2019

You’ve probably been using ping, traceroute, Telnet, and SSH all through your lab efforts. But maybe not. This next chapter (CCNA Vol 1, Chapter 18) looks at those tools precisely, rather than treating them a brief aside to do some

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Ping and Traceroute: Cert Guide PT Labs for ICND1 Chapter 23

Ping and Traceroute: Cert Guide PT Labs for ICND1 Chapter 23

🕔09:05, 28.Aug 2019

Sometimes experienced network engineers just assume new engineers instantly know how all the fundamental tools work – but everyone needs time to think about and practice with the tools to get comfortable and proficient. This chapter in the CCNA books

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Answer: Ping Doesn’t Work

Answer: Ping Doesn’t Work

🕔09:05, 28.May 2014

Here’s the answer and explanation for Monday’s seemingly simple ping question. This one is a bit tougher than most, though, because it opens up the possibilities to pretty much anything that would cause a ping failure. As usual, the details

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Question: Ping Doesn’t Work in a Simple Network

Question: Ping Doesn’t Work in a Simple Network

🕔09:05, 26.May 2014

After reviewing this simple #CCNA question, I wondered if it was too difficult. But it’s a blog – we can always discuss the pieces. Today’s post has a multi-choice question about troubleshooting a seemingly simple problem: two hosts on the

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Answer to a Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

Answer to a Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

🕔11:18, 10.Apr 2012

I got started on this discussion of the previous post’s sample question based on a question from a reader of the ICND2 Cert Guide. For the discussion of the answers, I’d like to focus on the one answer that makes

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An MC Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

An MC Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

🕔14:24, 6.Apr 2012

Today’s post is a question that comes with the ICND2 Official Cert Guide. A reader had sent in an errata email, claiming the question was wrong (it wasn’t in this case), but this question is packed with tons of learning

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