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Answers: IPv6 Global Unicast Addressing 1

Answers: IPv6 Global Unicast Addressing 1

🕔09:05, 14.Sep 2016 In this lab, you have to configure global unicast addresses, which does not require a lot of thinking. The harder part is the contrived part that lets you review some modified EUI-64 math, making you manipulate hexadecimal values to determine Read Full Article
Multilink PPP 1

Multilink PPP 1

🕔09:05, 13.Sep 2016

Multilink PPP (MLPPP) makes multiple parallel links act like one link from a layer 3 perspective. Then, when a router’s layer 3 routing decides to forward a layer 3 packet out the layer 3 MLPPP multilink interface, the router has

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IPv6 Global Unicast Addressing 1

IPv6 Global Unicast Addressing 1

🕔09:05, 12.Sep 2016 IPv6 addresses just take a little getting used to. This next lab gives you same reps with configuring Global Unicast addresses, while giving you a few mind-bending exercises to make you think about Link Local addresses and EUI-64. I would Read Full Article
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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Answers: Layer 3 Switching 2

Answers: Layer 3 Switching 2

🕔09:10, 7.Sep 2016 This lab asks you to configure layer 3 switching. Along the way, you get a pretty good review of other LAN switching config basics as well. By Config Lab standards, this lab is long enough to forget what the lab Read Full Article
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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Layer 3 Switching 2

Layer 3 Switching 2

🕔09:05, 5.Sep 2016 This next lab is one of the longer labs in this config lab series. The lab includes some simple tasks to configure 802.1Q trunking and to create VLANs. The big focus of the lab however is to enable layer 3 Read Full Article
Answers: Local SPAN 1

Answers: Local SPAN 1

🕔09:10, 1.Sep 2016

Configuring local SPAN does not take a lot of commands. The bigger danger is capturing too much, which risks losing some of the messages and also causing you more work to see the content that you want to see. As

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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. 50+ Short Sweet Lab Exercises Read Full Article
Local Span 1

Local Span 1

🕔09:05, 30.Aug 2016

The first step to see useful SPAN output in a network analyzer (like Wireshark) begins with a packet capture. In a network with Cisco switches, that means configuring a Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) session to direct the to-be-captured messages to

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