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Answers: Switch Duplex and Speed

Answers: Switch Duplex and Speed

🕔10:52, 17.Jan 2012 This latest lab gave you some tasks related to how to configure switch ports to achieve a particular speed and duplex setting on some Ethernet NICs. Basically the lab gives you lots of exercises with choosing when to use the speed Read Full Article
Switch Duplex and Speed

Switch Duplex and Speed

🕔09:39, 10.Jan 2012 For this next lab post, instead of just asking you what the IEEE auto-negotiation rules look like, the lab asks you to configure some switches in ways that affect auto negotiation. But the lab gives you the end goal: the resulting Read Full Article
Answers: Switch IP Config

Answers: Switch IP Config

🕔10:55, 5.Jan 2012 The latest lab requirements gave you some details about what to configure for IPv4 addresses on some switches. Check out the problem statement post for the rules; this post just lists the answers. Picking the IP Addresses This lab did Read Full Article
Switch IP Config

Switch IP Config

🕔07:00, 28.Dec 2011 This next lab begins with a switch that has been configured to allow Telnet + SSH, including password protection – except the fact that neither switch yet has an IP address. This lab asks you to add the IP configuration Read Full Article
Answer: Switch Admin Config

Answer: Switch Admin Config

🕔19:19, 20.Dec 2011 The idea is straightforward all the way around – straightforward configuration requirements, and straightforward answers - no guile, no tricks, just a chance to exercise. The topic for this post: Mostly passwords, and generally doing administrative config on a pair Read Full Article
Switch Admin Config

Switch Admin Config

🕔11:30, 16.Dec 2011 Today’s topic: All lot of administrative settings on a switch, particularly access passwords, that you need to set up when you first install a switch.  Enjoy! The Network, Initial State, and Rules This VM piece uses the simple LAN shown Read Full Article
Config Museum: IPv6 Static Routes

Config Museum: IPv6 Static Routes

🕔07:00, 5.Nov 2011

This blog post begins with a router triangle, IPv6 addresses, and working interfaces. All routers can ping their own IPv6 addresses, but the routers only know their own IPv6 connected routes. Your job: Add static IPv6 routes for the LAN

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Answer, Config Museum Lab: IPv6 Addressing

Answer, Config Museum Lab: IPv6 Addressing

🕔08:49, 2.Nov 2011

This blog post simply lists the answers to the earlier lab exercise from a few days ago. This post makes no sense without the first one, so don’t look until you read the other post. No guile, no tricks, just

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Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

Config Museum: IPv6 Addressing

🕔07:00, 29.Oct 2011

This blog post creates one of what may be many posts in a concept called the Config Museum. Years from now, this concept may really be a museum of configuration exercises and answers. But just like a museum holds lots

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Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

🕔08:32, 27.Oct 2011 Static IPv4 routes are a great way to learn how IP routing really works. The configuration is meant to be straightforward, but constructing the commands yourself makes you think like a router, which is a great way to learn. The Read Full Article

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