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100-105 Part 5: IPv4 Routing

IPv4 Static Routes 1

IPv4 Static Routes 1

🕔09:05, 9.May 2016 One of the best ways to learn IPv4 routing is to think hard about IPv4 static routes. Today’s lab gives you more of that with a typical config lab. It starts with a topology and with IPv4 addresses configured. Your Read Full Article
Answers: IP Addresses 1

Answers: IP Addresses 1

🕔09:10, 30.Apr 2016 Try a little subnetting math for a quick review, and add some IP address configuration – short, sweet, and just one more quick round of practice. Check out the initial requirements in this post, and come back here for the Read Full Article
IP Addresses 1

IP Addresses 1

🕔09:05, 29.Apr 2016 More daily lab practice! This one combines a little bit of subnetting math with IP address configuration. If you know how to calculate the IP addresses in a subnet, and you know how to configure IP addresses, make this one Read Full Article
Answers: Remote DHCP Server 1

Answers: Remote DHCP Server 1

🕔09:05, 21.Apr 2016 Centralized DHCP Server? Check. Remote clients have reachability to the server, and can lease addresses? Check. Are you sure – even if you could not test the function in a lab? Build some configuration confidence, and if you have time, Read Full Article
Remote DHCP Server 1

Remote DHCP Server 1

🕔09:15, 19.Apr 2016 DHCP plays a huge role in most IPv4 networks. In some cases, the server sits on the same subnet as the client, but in other cases, the DHCP server is remote. When it is remote, you need to configure the Read Full Article
Answers: Local DHCP Server 1

Answers: Local DHCP Server 1

🕔09:05, 15.Apr 2016 Today’s lab lets you configure a local DHCP on a router, and work through all the small settings. You know the drill – read the original lab post first, and then come back here. eBooks. Many more practice questions. What?ICND1 Read Full Article
Local DHCP Server 1

Local DHCP Server 1

🕔09:05, 13.Apr 2016 Configuring a local DHCP server on a router removes the need for one DHCP configuration feature, but you still need to navigate all the DHCP server features. Today’s lab gives you a chance to practice. Follow the usual drill – Read Full Article
Answers: IP Addresses 2

Answers: IP Addresses 2

🕔12:05, 26.Mar 2016 Try a little subnetting math for a quick review, and add some IP address configuration – short, sweet, and just one more quick round of practice. Check out the initial requirements in this post, and come back here for the Read Full Article
IP Addresses 2

IP Addresses 2

🕔09:05, 24.Mar 2016 More daily lab practice! This one combines a little bit of subnetting math with IP address configuration. If you know how to calculate the IP addresses in a subnet, and you know how to configure IP addresses, make this one Read Full Article
Answers: ROAS Basics 1

Answers: ROAS Basics 1

🕔09:05, 12.Mar 2016 ROAS pulls many concepts together: IP addressing, VLANs, and VLAN trunking. Plus ROAS requires configuration on both a router and switch. This post lists the answers to the previous lab – check out the lab, and check here for the Read Full Article

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