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100-105 Part 2: Ethernet LANs

A: Config Process

A: Config Process

🕔09:05, 25.Oct 2018 For #CCNA prep, we get used to a two-step process: change the configuration and use the copy run start command to save the configuration. However, what happens when you interleave some less-used commands around the same time? ICND1 Official Cert Read Full Article
Q: Config Process

Q: Config Process

🕔09:05, 23.Oct 2018 Configuration file management can be simple – but have you mastered all the command? This next question attempts to make you stretch a bit even for what at first may seem like a straightforward topic. CCNA Products from Cisco Press Read Full Article
A: Encapsulation

A: Encapsulation

🕔10:15, 14.Sep 2018 Can you predict the data link addresses in each frame that encapsulates a packet as it flows from source to destination in an IPv4 network? This latest QA requires you to think hard about those details. Check out the question Read Full Article
Q: Encapsulation

Q: Encapsulation

🕔09:05, 12.Sep 2018 Time for some new practice questions! I’ve not added any new QA in a while, but I plan to get on a roll and add new QA to both the CCENT blog and CCNA blog for a good run of Read Full Article
Answer: Forwarding and Encapsulation

Answer: Forwarding and Encapsulation

🕔14:05, 22.Jan 2018 The #CCNA exam can pack a punch with what looks like a simple question, and this latest practice question is just such an example. The question asks about switch forwarding, but it combines packet encapsulation concepts. Get either wrong, and Read Full Article
Question: Forwarding and Encapsulation

Question: Forwarding and Encapsulation

🕔11:05, 19.Jan 2018 You can learn how a LAN switch forwards frames in just a few minutes, and then explore that idea in different contexts throughout your entire span of studying for #CCENT and #CCNA Routing and switching. This latest practice question asks 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. 40+ Short Sweet Lab Read Full Article
CLI Miscellany 1

CLI Miscellany 1

🕔09:05, 1.Aug 2016 The CCENT and CCNA R&S certifications include many prominent features that need to be configured. VLANs. Trunking. Routing protocols. IPv4 addressing. IPv6 addressing. But there are also the occasional small topic or single command that might be forgotten. This lab Read Full Article
Answer: Basic Port Security 3

Answer: Basic Port Security 3

🕔12:05, 5.Dec 2015 No fluff today – just straightforward config. First do the lab as listed in the earlier post, that is, try it for yourself. (For you test takers, the point is that you learn better if you try first – it’s Read Full Article
Basic Port Security 3

Basic Port Security 3

🕔13:05, 3.Dec 2015 Sometimes, #CCNA studiers get bogged down with port security, focusing on all those little optional configuration settings. But what of the main feature: securing the port? This latest lab revisits the big ideas of what a switch does using port Read Full Article

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