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OSPFv2 Enabler #1 – Answers

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: MLPPP 2

Answers: MLPPP 2

🕔09:10, 14.Oct 2016

This lab asks you to do a basic migration: move from using two parallel serial links as independent links to instead treating them as one layer 3 link using MLPPP. This lab requires new configuration as well as analysis of

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Multilink PPP 2

Multilink PPP 2

🕔09:05, 12.Oct 2016

Multilink PPP (MLPPP) makes multiple parallel links act like one link from a layer 3 perspective. In this next lab, the lab begins with a working configuration that does not use MLPPP, with two parallel serial links between two routers.

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Answers: IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

Answers: IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

🕔09:10, 7.Oct 2016

This latest lab breaks the config lab mold just a tad, but for a good reason. It looks like a straightforward config lab, requiring just 10 minutes or so to do on paper. But it sets you up for one

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IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

IPv6 Extended ACLs 1

🕔09:05, 5.Oct 2016

Are you comfortable matching packets with extended IPv6 ACLs? How about with TCP and UDP ports in those ACLs? Here’s a 10-minute lab exercise to practice; all you need is the time and a piece of paper or a place

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Answers: Local SPAN 2

Answers: Local SPAN 2

🕔09:10, 30.Sep 2016

Configuring local SPAN does not take a lot of commands. The bigger danger is capturing too much, which risks losing some of the messages and also causing you more work to see the content that you want to see. As

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Local Span 2

Local Span 2

🕔09:05, 28.Sep 2016

One of many reasons to use the Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) feature is a Cisco switch is to copy frames out a port that connects to a network analyzer (like Wireshark). Wireshark can then analyze the messages so that you

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Answers: SNMPv3 2

Answers: SNMPv3 2

🕔09:10, 23.Sep 2016

This lab asks you to use both authentication and privacy with SNMPv3, so it takes a few longer commands compared to some SNMP configurations. Focus on the basics, because there are many basics with SNMPv3 configuration. Especially for this lab,

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