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Answers: Special IPv6 Addresses 2

Answers: Special IPv6 Addresses 2

🕔09:10, 24.Aug 2016 Ready to play detective? Go back and check out the lab post, and take your best shot at predicting the configuration. Then come back here and check your thoughts versus the answer. The theme: interpreting the unicast and multicast addresses Read Full Article
IPv6 Special Addresses 2

IPv6 Special Addresses 2

🕔09:05, 22.Aug 2016 This latest config lab takes a backwards approach to configuration. In this case, it starts with a bunch of show commands, and asks you to derive some of the key configuration items on several routers. The theme: IPv6 addressing. By Read Full Article
Answers: IPv6 Static Routes 3

Answers: IPv6 Static Routes 3

🕔09:10, 17.Aug 2016 This most recent lab asked you to configure a bunch of static IPv6 routes on the same router. Some had the exact same destination subnet, and some created host routes that overlapped with other static routes. And all were assigned Read Full Article
IPv6 Static Routes 3

IPv6 Static Routes 3

🕔09:05, 15.Aug 2016 Although this lab’s title is “IPv6 Static Routes 3”, it might be better called “Convoluted Fun with overlapping IPv6 Static Routes using Administrative Distance”. The purpose of the lab is to exercise a couple of specific ideas: how a router 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
Answers: CLI Miscellany 1

Answers: CLI Miscellany 1

🕔09:10, 3.Aug 2016 This lab was pretty straightforward, but this answer post makes little sense without looking at the lab post first. Read the requirements, remember the command, get the syntax right, and move on. Answers below the fold. CCNA SimulatorGood for: Lots Read Full Article
Answers: Extended Named ACLs 1

Answers: Extended Named ACLs 1

🕔09:10, 3.Aug 2016

No muss, and just a little fuss with thinking about SNMP, today’s lab is mostly about how to match packets with an extended numbered ACL. Do the lab for yourself, and check here when you’re done.

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Extended Named ACLs 1

Extended Named ACLs 1

🕔09:05, 2.Aug 2016

Are you comfortable matching packets with extended 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 to

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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

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