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200-105 Part 3 - Wide Area Networks

Answers: PPP over Ethernet 1

Answers: PPP over Ethernet 1

🕔13:10, 29.Jun 2016

The new ICND2 book takes extra care to map out the configuration required for PPPoE, along with the somewhat complex verification and troubleshooting details as well. This lab is meant to be straightforward so that you get practice on getting

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PPP over Ethernet 1

PPP over Ethernet 1

🕔13:05, 28.Jun 2016

PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) can be one of the more challenging configuration topics on the CCNA exam. Why? First, many network engineers ignore PPPoE as something that is configured only occasionally. Then, when faced with configuring it, you can follow

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Answers: PAP 2

Answers: PAP 2

🕔13:10, 15.Jun 2016

Unidirectional PAP authentication – sounds like a lot to do, but it just takes a few commands. Check out the requirements back in the lab post, create your answers, and come back here to check your work.

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PAP 2

PAP 2

🕔13:05, 14.Jun 2016

PPP authentication has been around for a long time with both Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) and Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP). Although most people use CHAP (for stronger authentication), practicing PAP from the CLI can be useful for rounding out

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Answers: GRE Tunnel 1

Answers: GRE Tunnel 1

🕔09:05, 27.Apr 2016

Configuring a static GRE tunnel, before adding the IPsec encryption, takes just a few commands. Have you mastered those commands yet? If not, check out the lab exercise first, and then come back here for the answer and some comments.

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GRE Tunnel 1

GRE Tunnel 1

🕔10:05, 25.Apr 2016

#GRE – that is, Generic Route Encapsulation – gives us a way to encapsulate IP packets inside another IP packet. Why? Often times, the reason is to create an Internet VPN, forwarding encrypted IP packets inside IP packets that can

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Answers: Serial Config 2

Answers: Serial Config 2

🕔09:05, 17.Feb 2016

This latest lab requires just a few commands on two neighboring routers to get a serial link working. Configure PPP, IPv4 addresses, and get the link up and working with the Telco serial link. Check the original requirements first, create

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Serial Config 2

Serial Config 2

🕔09:05, 15.Feb 2016

Many of us practice creating serial links in lab – but what about when you create a serial link with a real serial link from the Telco? What small differences (if any) exist in the config? This lab asks that

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Answers: Serial Config 1

Answers: Serial Config 1

🕔09:05, 10.Sep 2015

Time to check your config for a back-to-back serial link in a lab. Check out the requirements back in the lab post, create your answers, and come back here to check your work.

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Serial Config 1

Serial Config 1

🕔09:35, 8.Sep 2015

Take two routers in a lab, both with serial interfaces, and connect them with a back-to-back serial cable. Do you remember the details of how to configure both routers so that both routers can ping each other? Today’s lab provides

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