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Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA-CCNP IP SLA Configuration Cisco IP SLA (Service Level Agreement) is very similar to concept of Frame-relay – Like Committed information rate. That is your Service Provider ISP, will tell you that you are guaranteed to get particular BW from them , with Min value of something ; but can go to… Read more »
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA CCNP VACL Configuration Now I will do small Lab: In This Lab I have 6 host connected to a Switch, with Ip address as follow 200.1.1.x where x=Router number, I will go to my multi-layer switch and configure VACL=VLAN Access-list
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA IPV6 Static Configuration Now I will do small Lab: The Goal is that seated at R4 be able to ping all the loopback of R10 , in order to do this , we will cover Static Route. R4=10.10.10.4 R10=10.10.10.10 connected via LAN link Also I will have IPV6 as… Read more »
Follow @ASM_Educational Click here to see the presentation Cisco CCNA-Port Security Here what I have: Pc1=10.10.10.1 pc2=10.10.10.2 pc3=10.10.10.3 connected to port f0/3 which is located in Lobby hacker=10.10.10.4 The goal is I want to protect the port f0/3 located in lobby and make sure only PC3=sales3 be able to connect and do his… Read more »
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA- NAT Configuration NAT = Network address translation Remember the private IP address 10.0.0.0 — 10.255.255.255 172.16.0.0 —-172.31.255.255 192.168.0.0.—– 192.168.255.255 The goal is to convert your Private IP address to PUBLIC address so that your internal people can access the internet
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA GRE Tunnel Configuration Now I will do small Lab:The Goal is that PC1 (private Network) be able to Ping PC2 another Private Network, by going Via R3 which represent internet. R3 has no connectivity to LAN 192.168.2.0 and 192.168.1.0 /24 Here is R1 has default route to ISP (R3):
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA- PPP Multilink Configuration Now I will do small Lab: The Goal is that create a PPP Multilink on R1 and R2 so that the link between them will be double speed with IP address as follow:
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA EIGRP IPV6 Configuration Now I will do small Lab: R4=10.10.10.4 R10=10.10.10.10 connected via LAN link
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA OSPF IPV6 Configuration Now I will do small Lab: R4=10.10.10.4 R10=10.10.10.10 connected via LAN link
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Follow @ASM_Educational Source Logical Operations Get our complete tutorial in PDF Configuring IPv6 Overview of IPv6 Implement IPv6 Addressing Implement IPv6 and IPv4 Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
Follow @ASM_Educational Source Logical Operations Get our complete tutorial in PDF Configuring IPv4 Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite Describe IPv4 Addressing Implement Subnetting and Supernetting Configure and Troubleshoot IPv4
Follow @ASM_Educational Description of OSI layers The recommendation X.200 describes seven layers, labeled 1 to 7. Layer 1 is the lowest layer in this model.
Follow @ASM_Educational The Trunk port between the router and switch had to be manually configured using sub-interfaces. Note, however, that the DATA vlan traffic and the phone VOICE vlan traffic for each host is carried over the same link (multiple vlan traffic over the same port).
Follow @ASM_Educational Build the following topology in packet tracer. After testing our configuration, we will deploy on devices.
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA- How to Configure Multi-Layer Switch Layer 3 Switch Now that we have seen how a “router on a stick” works, we can introduce the Layer 3 switch. In the “router on a stick” topology, what if we could bring the router inside the switch?
Follow @ASM_Educational Using DHCP Server with Inter-Vlan Routing (Router on stick) On Last Video we talked about the router on stick that is we made sure that client from Network 10.10.10.0 can communicate with Network 220.127.116.11
Follow @ASM_Educational Setting up VLAN’s On a new switch, all the ports are in VLAN 1 by default. We just plug in the Ethernet cables and the devices can communicate. Furthermore, all the ports are in the up/up (administratively up) mode.
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA-Router on Stick Inter VLAN Communication (Router on Stick) Earlier we built and tested the following topology:
Get our complete tutorial in PDF Tip #1) Make sure as soon as you get into testing room, write all your IP subnet tables, since you have about 20 mins before the exam start
Follow @ASM_Educational Here are the configuration for Basic Router Configuration When You Open a new router you will see Router> This is called user mode; then you type en=enable to get to enable mode Router# This is called privilege mode
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Follow @ASM_Educational Get our complete tutorial in PDF To Find out if link is up and has Ip address Router#show ip int brief
Follow @ASM_Educational Cisco CCNA-Extended access list In this Lab we will cover the concept of Extended ACL , make sure read another blogs about Standard ACL .
Follow @ASM_Educational Click here to read the presentation Cisco CCNA-Standard access list There are two kinds of ACL:
Follow @ASM_Educational seated at PC1 =10.10.10.1 I can not ping 18.104.22.168
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Follow @ASM_Educational In this lab we are trying to make our Cisco Router Act as a DHCP server , that is R1 will give ip address 10.10.10.0/24 to left side Pc and it will give the IP address 22.214.171.124/24 to right side of PC. The Goal is Prepare you for your Cisco CCNA Certification exam.
Follow @ASM_Educational In this lab we are showing the concept of Cisco Static Route , so it would prepare you for Cisco CCNA Certification.
Follow @ASM_Educational In here we are covering basic Cisco CCNA Password Router Configuration.