Category: 120 Labs CCNA

120 Labs and solutions to give you the confidence and speed to pass the practical teste in your Cisco CCNA and CCENT exams: Exam CCNA 200-125, Exam ICND1 100-105, Exam ICND2 200-105

Lab 121: Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing

In the previous exercises, we have covered the basics of VLANs and its configuration. As discussed earlier, VLANs are used to separate network traffic, enhance network security, and divide a large network in to several small networks. We know that systems belong to one VLAN cannot communicate to …

Lab 120: Configuring VLANs

Introduction to VLAN VLANs are used to segment a large physical LAN into multiple small virtual LANs for better management and greater security. VLANs provide a number advantages and features. Some of the key features provided by VLANs are: VLANs allow to add, move, and change networks with …

Lab 119: Enabling Remote Access

A device can be managed either locally or remotely. There are various protocols, tools, and services (such as Telnet, Secure Shell, and Putty) that are used to manager devices remotely. These tools are also referred as remote administration tools. Similar to Cisco routers a Cisco switch can also …

Lab M: Process of Building MAC Address Table

We know that a switch has many advantages over a hub. One of the major reason behind switch’s popularity over hub is its Unicast transmission method. A Switch has ability to transmit a frame only to a device that deserve to receive it. For this, switch uses its …

Lab 118: Configuring DHCP on Cisco Router

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It is a service which allows you to configure TCP/ IP settings such as IP address and subnet mask on the clients (PC, laptop, printer, etc.) automatically. Typically, DHCP is configured on a dedicated server for better performance. The server can …

Lab 117: Configuring EIGRP for IPv6 (EIGRPv6)

EIGRP for IPv6 or EIGRPv6 is the IPv6 compatible version of EIGRP routing protocol. The basic features of EIGRPv6 routing protocol remain same as EIGRP routing protocol. In order to configure EIGRP for IPv6, first of all, you should be familiar with the basics of EIGRP protocol. To …

Lab 116: Configuring RIP for IPv6 (RIPng)

Similar to IPv4 compatible routing protocol, there are also IPv6 compatible protocols such as RIPng and EIGRPv6. If your network is based on IPv6 addressing scheme, you have to configure an IPv6 Routing protocol to perform the routing functions. In this lab exercise, we will explain how to …

Lab 115: Implementing IPv6 Addressing

IPv6 is the next generation of IPv4 IP addressing scheme. IPv6 addressing supports more addresses and security features than IPv4 IP addressing scheme. Most of the people think that configuring IPv6 addresses is difficult than IPv4. However, trust me, once you become familiar with the IPv6 you will …

Lab 114: Route Redistribution between OSPF and EIGRP

We will use the following topology to demonstrate how to perform redistribution between EIGRP and OSPF. We assume that all the devices have already configured with the appropriate IP addresses. 1.  Once you have configure IP addresses, execute the following commands to configure EIGRP routing on Router1. Router1( …

Lab 113: Route Redistribution between OSPF and RIP

We will use the following topology to demonstrate how to perform redistribution between RIP and OSPF. We assume that all the devices have already configured with the appropriate IP addresses. 1.  Once you have configure IP addresses, execute the following commands to configure RIP routing on Router1. Router1( …