Category Archive: Certification

CCNA – HSRP Config – Prempt- Priority – Version

CCNAHSRP

This lab will cover the topics 5.5.a, 5.5.b, and 5.5.c HSRP Priority, Preemption, and Version from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure DHCP Servers on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you have …

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CCNA – DHCP Client And Relay

CCNADHCPClientAndRelay

This lab will cover the topics 5.3.b DHCP Relay and 5.3.c Client from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure DHCP Servers on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you have (GNS, Physical Gear, …

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CCNA – DHCP Server and Options

CCNADHCPServer

This lab will cover the topics 5.3.a DHCP Server and 5.3.d TFTP, DNS, and gateway options from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure DHCP Servers on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you …

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CCNA – Floating Static Route

FloatingStaticRoute

This lab will cover the topic 3.8.d Host Route from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure floating static routes on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you have (GNS, Physical Gear, VIRL, etc). …

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CCNA – Static Host Route

CCNAHostRoute

This lab will cover the topic 3.8.c Host Route from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure static host routes on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you have (GNS, Physical Gear, VIRL, etc). …

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CCNA – Static Network Route

CCNANetworkRoute

This lab will cover the topic 3.8.b Network Route from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure static network routes on Cisco IOS devices. Please use the initial configurations as a template for your lab utilizing whatever console means you have (GNS, Physical Gear, VIRL, etc). …

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CCNA – Default Route Lab

CCNADefaultLab

This lab will cover the topic 3.8.a Default route from the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) blueprint. It will test your understanding and knowledge of configure static default routes on Cisco IOS devices. The only devices that can be modified on this lab are the following: R1 and R5. Please use the initial configurations as …

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Bulk enable PIM via TCL

I’ve been working on doing some multicast labs lately and am constantly resetting my lab devices to their default configs and starting from scratch. As many of us know, to enable PIM on all of your interfaces you must go into each interface and enable it manually. There is no default command to enable PIM …

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Initial Router Setup For Remote Access

2routers

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Cisco DHCP Configuration

Cisco routers are capable of doing many more things than simply routing packets. In fact, it can operate as a small DHCP server when needed. By no means is it a replacement for your enterprise, centrally managed DHCP server but it does have its applicable scenarios. Lets say you have a branch office that has …

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