Did you remember how to configure PAP on a serial link? Time to check your config for a back-to-back serial link with PPP and PAP. Check out the requirements back in the lab post, create your answers, and come back
Getting reps with connecting two router serial interfaces helps build confidence. This lab gives you another chance, this time with PAP authentication on the link. The goal: get the link working so both routers can ping each other.
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.
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
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
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
Did you pass the interview? Today’s post lists the answers to the previous interview-style question about serial links. The question posed a scenario in which a serial link wasn’t working, and you had to think about possible root causes. Answer
Today’s post poses a #CCNA question about a serial link, in the guise of an interview question. Imagine you walk into the interview, and the interviewer draws a small network diagram, and asks you to diagnose a problem? That’s the