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## Question: Forwarding and Encapsulation

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

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

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

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

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

The first key to getting serial links working in a lab is to make sure you have a good understanding of the back-to-back cable, the DCE end of the cable, and two competing commands: the clock rate and bandwidth commands.

Ever set up serial links for your #CCENT or #CCNA lab? Here’s a short lab to get you started with the basics. The lab asks for all the commands required to get the links working, plus a few related commands,

By the time go for #CCENT with the ICND1 exam, this kind of exercise should be relatively automatic. The goal here is to help you practice, so that it becomes second nature.  Today’s post shows the answers; useful links below,

Practice makes memory. So, time for some practice with IPv4 address configuration on routers. This post is a traditional Config Lab exercise: you start with a network diagram and some planned IPv4 subnets. Your job: do some subletting math and configure

Look back at the original problem statement, calculate the IP addresses to be used by routers and hosts, and create the router configuration for in the interfaces in the network diagram. Today’s post shows the answers.

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