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200-301 V2 Ch05: Securing Network Devices

CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter5

CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter5

🕔09:05, 19.May 2020 As with all the blog posts in this series, this post helps you with working through how to perform the examples in the CCNA 200-301 Cert Guides (Volumes 1 and 2) using Cisco's Packet Tracer tool. However, this next chapter Read Full Article
Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:10, 31.Aug 2016

This lab was pretty direct: configure an ACL and use to to protect CLI access rather than filter packets being routed by the router. You know the drill – read lab, do lab, check here.

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Protecting CLI Access 2

Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:05, 29.Aug 2016

This latest lab is relatively straightforward while being very useful. Many enterprises make a habit of adding an ACL to filter inbound Telnet and SSH attempts into a router or switch. Today’s lab gives you a chance to work through

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Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:10, 16.May 2016

  How do you protect the CLI by preventing Telnet and SSH access, without matching every last interface IP address on a router? Today’s lab gives you a chance to explore and practice that configuration. Check the lab requirements in

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Protecting CLI Access 1

Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:05, 13.May 2016

  Routers support a method to filter incoming Telnet and SSH connections to that router. That method uses ACLs, but not to filter packets coming in each and every interface, but with a configuration method tied to the vty lines

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Password Config: Answer

Password Config: Answer

🕔09:05, 17.Apr 2015

Here’s the letter answer and explanation for last week’s CCENT passwords question, below the fold as usual to hide the answer. Follow up as needed. Thanks!

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Password Config Question

Password Config Question

🕔09:05, 14.Apr 2015

Here’s a new CCENT question to consider. It’s a bit long to read, but it reviews some unrelated concepts, so hopefully the length won’t get in the way. As usual, if you post ideas, leave out your answer letters from

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