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OSPFv2 Enabler #3 – Answers

OSPFv2 Enabler #3 – Answers

🕔12:51, 6.Mar 2017

This latest OSPF Enabler exercise asked you to configure four routers in a three-area design. As usual, the exercise asks for different styles of OSPFv2 network commands, for no other reason than to give you a variety of exercise. This

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OSPFv2 Enabler #3

OSPFv2 Enabler #3

🕔12:05, 2.Mar 2017

In this latest OSPF Enabler exercise, you’ll configure a network of four routers with three areas. As always, the idea is simple: In one exercise, you’ll get to configure about 10 different OSPFv2 network commands, with different requirements for each.

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OSPFv2 Enabler #2 – Answers

OSPFv2 Enabler #2 – Answers

🕔12:05, 20.Feb 2017

This latest OSPF Enabler exercise asked you to configure four routers in a two-area design. As usual, the exercise asks for different styles of OSPFv2 network commands, for no other reason than to give you a variety of exercise. This

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OSPFv2 Enabler #2

OSPFv2 Enabler #2

🕔09:05, 17.Feb 2017

Time for another OSPF Enabler exercise. The idea is simple: In one exercise, you’ll get to configure about 10 different OSPFv2 network commands, with different requirements for each. Just getting in some reps on some skills that need to be

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OSPFv2 Enabler #1 – Answers

OSPFv2 Enabler #1 – Answers

🕔09:05, 23.Jan 2017

  The first OSPF Enabler exercise asked you to configure three routers, specifically to add the OSPFv2 network commands. This post lists the answers – simple enough.

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OSPFv2 Enabler #1

OSPFv2 Enabler #1

🕔11:05, 20.Jan 2017

  Have you mastered how to configure OSPFv2 yet? If not, look at this exercise that sets up a series of problems for you. In one exercise, you’ll get to choose how to configure about 10 different network commands, with

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Introducing OSPF Enabler Exercises

Introducing OSPF Enabler Exercises

🕔12:05, 19.Jan 2017

This post kicks off a series of two types of related exercises here in the CCNA Skills blog. The first is an OSPF Enabler, and the other will be an EIGRP Enabler. Basically, they help you practice the commands used

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Answers: GRE Tunnel 3

Answers: GRE Tunnel 3

🕔13:10, 22.Jul 2016

You know the drill. Do the lab, come here to check your answer. This one is on configuring a point-to-point GRE tunnel, using a hostname for the tunnel destination, and with OSPF interface thrown in for some quick review.

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GRE Tunnel 3

GRE Tunnel 3

🕔13:05, 21.Jul 2016

This latest lab requires you to configure a point-to-point GRE tunnel, but with no encryption config. Unless this is your first Config Lab, you know the drill. If not: take 5-10 minutes now, read the lab, and type your answer

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Answers: Multi-area OSPF 2

Answers: Multi-area OSPF 2

🕔09:10, 5.May 2016

Think back to when you did this lab before looking here for the answer. Did you have to learn about the IPv4 addressing plan to configure the lab? You actually do not have to think about the router interface addresses,

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