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 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( …

Lab 112: Route Redistribution between RIP and EIGRP

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

Lab L: Route Redistribution Basics

Route redistribution is a technique that allows routes learned by one routing protocol or algorithm to be advertised into another routing protocol or algorithm. For the simplicity and ease of management of an internetwork, it is always preferred to use a single routing protocol or algorithm. However, this …

Lab 111: Configuring IPX Routing

Before configuring IPX routing, we assume that you know the basics of Novel IPX Protocol Stack. Once you are familiar with the basics of Novell’s IPX/ SPX model, you can start to configure IPX on the Cisco routers. To be honest, configuring IPX is more easy as compared …

Lab 110: Configuring OSPF Cost Metric

In the previous exercise, we have discussed basics of the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol and how to configure OSPF routing. In this lab exercise, we will explain how the OSPF protocol decides the best (or shortest) path to a destination network and how to configure OSPF …

Lab 109: Configuring OSPF Routing

OSPF stands for Open Standard Path First. It is an open standard link state routing protocol. It uses cost metric to calculate the best route from source to destination for a given network. It supports unlimited number of hops and typically used for large networks such as Internet. …

Lab 108: Configuring EIGRP Routing

EIGRP stands for Enhanced Gateway Routing Protocol. It is the Cisco-proprietary protocol hence can be used only on Cisco Routers. It combines the features of both the Distance-vector and link-state routing protocols and sometimes referred as Hybrid-protocol. It uses three separate tables called Routing table, Topology table, and …