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The completely revised and only authorized Labs and Study Guide for the Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 3 curriculum A portable classroom resource that supports the topics in the CCNA 3 curriculum aligning 1:1 with course modules Includes all the labs in the online curriculum as well as additional instructor-created challenge labs for extended learning and classroom exercises Written by leading Academy instructor Allan Johnson, who brings a fresh voice to the course material The all-new Labs and Study Guide titles combine the best of the former Lab Companions and Engineering Journal and Workbooks with new features to improve the student's hands-on skills and reinforce the topics for each CCNA course.Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing CCNA 3 Labs and Study Guideis a complete collection of the lab exercises specifically written for the CCNA 3 course in the Cisco Networking Academy Program, designed to give students hands-on experience in a particular concept or technology. Each lab contains an introductory overview, a preparation/tools required section, explanations of commands, and step-by-step instructions to reinforce the concepts introduced in the online course and covered in the Companion Guide. NEW: Challenge labs written by Academy instructors, tested in their classrooms will be included as additional or alternative labs. The Study Guide section is designed to provide additional exercises and activities to reinforce students'understanding of the course topics, preparing them for the course assessments. As a study guide it will also continue to provide ample writing opportunities to guide students into the habit of keeping notes on networking topics.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Classless Routing|
|Study Guide VLSM RIP Version 2|
|Calculating VLSM Subnets (1.1.4)|
|Review of Basic Router Configuration with RIP (1.2.3)|
|Converting RIPv1 to RIPv2 (1.2.4)|
|Verifying RIPv2 Configuration (1.2.5)|
|Troubleshooting RIPv2 Using debug (1.2.6)|
|Default Routing and RIPv2|
|VLSM Design, RIPv2, and Default Routing|
|Link-State Routing Overview|
|Single-Area OSPF Concepts|
|Single-Area OSPF Configuration|
|Configuring the OSPF Routing Process (2.3.1)|
|Configuring OSPF with Loopback Addresses (2.3.2)|
|Modifying OSPF Cost Metric (2.3.3)|
|Configuring OSPF Authentication (2.3.4)|
|Configuring OSPF Timers (2.3.5)|
|Propagating Default Routes in an OSPF Domain (2.3.6)|
|OSPF Design and Configuration|
|EIGRP and Troubleshooting Routing Protocols|
|Troubleshooting Routing Protocols|
|Configuring EIGRP Routing (3.2.1)|
|Verifying Basic EIGRP Configuration (3.2.3)|
|Comprehensive EIGRP Configuration|
|EIGRP Design and Configuration|
|Introduction to Ethernet/802.3 LANs|
|Introduction to LAN Switching Switch Operation|
|LAN Design and Switches|
|Catalyst Switch Configuration|
|Starting the Switch|
|Configuring the Switch|
|Verifying Default Switch Configuration (6.2.1)|
|Basic Switch Configuration (6.2.2)|
|Managing the MAC Address Table (6.2.3)|
|Configuring Static MAC Addresses (6.2.4)|
|Configuring Port Security (6.2.5)|
|Add, Move, and Change MAC Addresses (6.2.6)|
|Managing Switch Operating System Files (6.2.7a)|
|Managing Switch Startup Configuration Files (6.2.7b)|
|Password Recovery Procedure on a Catalyst 2900 Series Switch (6.2.8)|
|Firmware Upgrade of a Catalyst 2950 Series Switch (6.2.9)|
|Basic Switch Configuration with Port Security|
|Spanning Tree Protocol|
|Spanning Tree Protocol|
|Selecting the Root Bridge (7.2.4)|
|Spanning-Tree Recalculation (7.2.6)|
|Configuring Static VLANs (8.2.3)|
|Verifying VLAN Configurations (8.2.4)|
|Deleting VLAN Configurations (8.2.6)|
|Static VLANs, STP, and Port Security|
|VLAN Trunking Protocol|
|Inter-VLAN Routing Overview|
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