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Answers: IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

Answers: IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

🕔09:10, 7.Oct 2016

This latest lab breaks the config lab mold just a tad, but for a good reason. It looks like a straightforward config lab, requiring just 10 minutes or so to do on paper. But it sets you up for one

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IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

🕔09:05, 5.Oct 2016

Are you comfortable matching packets with extended IPv6 ACLs? How about with TCP and UDP ports in those ACLs? Here’s a 10-minute lab exercise to practice; all you need is the time and a piece of paper or a place

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Answers: SNMPv3 2

Answers: SNMPv3 2

🕔09:10, 23.Sep 2016

This lab asks you to use both authentication and privacy with SNMPv3, so it takes a few longer commands compared to some SNMP configurations. Focus on the basics, because there are many basics with SNMPv3 configuration. Especially for this lab,

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SNMPv3 2

SNMPv3 2

🕔09:05, 21.Sep 2016

In real life, you will probably configure SNMP correctly, use a similar configuration on all routers and switches, and then forget the details of how to configure all the other possible options. For the CCNA R&S exams, it helps to

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Answers: IPv6 Standard ACL 1

Answers: IPv6 Standard ACL 1

🕔09:10, 9.Sep 2016

The previous lab exercise requires you to configure a standard IPv6 ACL. The address range matching should be pretty straightforward. You also need to choose where to put the ACL, and for which direction of flow for the packets. As

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IPv6 Standard ACL 1

IPv6 Standard ACL 1

🕔09:05, 7.Sep 2016

IPv6 ACLs – new to #CCNA with the 2016 exam revisions – include both standard and extended ACLs. However, IPv6 standard and extended ACLs have only subtle configuration differences. This lab helps you notice those differences with a lab that

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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. New for 2020: The CCNA Read Full Article
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 Read Full Article
Answers: Dynamic NAT 1

Answers: Dynamic NAT 1

🕔09:10, 10.Aug 2016 This latest lab asked you to configure dynamic NAT. As always, it is helpful to do the lab first, even on paper or in a text editor. However, this is a great one to try on real gear or with Read Full Article
Dynamic NAT 1

Dynamic NAT 1

🕔09:05, 8.Aug 2016 Dynamic NAT – specifically, dynamic NAT without also doing PAT – creates a 1-to-1 mapping between an inside local address and an inside global address. Unlike static NAT, however, with dynamic NAT the specific IP addresses to map are not Read Full Article

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