Category: P2 Labs

CCNA – HSRP Config – Prempt- Priority – Version

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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IP SLA for Single Default Route Change

The scenario goes like this. You are working at your office (R1) and need to change the IP address and default route on the remote device (R2). The issue a factor of two things. The first is the fact that R2 is connected to your network with only one link. The other issue is R2 …

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Initial Router Setup For Remote Access

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