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Answers: NTP Client/Server 1

Answers: NTP Client/Server 1

🕔09:10, 1.Aug 2016   Configuring a router to have a split NTP personality is not as bad as it sounds. In this lab, you configure NTP client/server mode, plus a couple of NTP clients, and set the timezone. As usual, read the lab Read Full Article
NTP Client/Server 1

NTP Client/Server 1

🕔09:05, 1.Aug 2016   NTP makes me think of old spy novels and movies, where the team would set their analog watches to the same time, and say something like “On my mark, it will be 9:55… mark!”. NTP uses other mechanisms, of Read Full Article
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: PAT w/ a Pool 1

Answers: PAT w/ a Pool 1

🕔09:10, 13.Jul 2016 Configuring #PAT with a pool has it all as far as NAT is concerned. Exercise your memory and skills, and as always, find a place to try it out if you can. (This config may have the command with the Read Full Article
PAT w/ a Pool 1

PAT w/ a Pool 1

🕔09:05, 11.Jul 2016 Configuring #PAT with a pool of inside global addresses combines most everything you can possibly configure with NAT in a Cisco router. Take a look at the requirements in this latest lab and put together your own configuration, with a Read Full Article
Answers: Syslog 3

Answers: Syslog 3

🕔09:10, 7.Jul 2016 Logging happens to be one of those configuration topics that is easy to overlook. In real life, you would probably figure out the site standard, and then configure most routers and switches the exact same way. As a result, you Read Full Article
Syslog 3

Syslog 3

🕔09:05, 5.Jul 2016 When first starting out with Cisco routers and switches, log messages are those irritating messages that show up to interrupt us from the current task at hand. Over time, most of us find those messages more and more useful. Eventually, Read Full Article
Answers: Interface PAT 1

Answers: Interface PAT 1

🕔09:10, 29.Jun 2016 #PAT configuration does not take a lot of configuration, but it can be easy to overlook the basics. Today’s post asks you to configure PAT, using a single global address (an interface address). The lab requirements are at this post; Read Full Article
Interface PAT 1

Interface PAT 1

🕔09:05, 27.Jun 2016 #PAT – Port Address Translation – plays a huge role in IPv4 networks. Today’s post looks at the simpler of the two configuration options for router NAT configuration, which is to use a single router interface IP address as in Read Full Article

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