CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2011-12-23
  • Publisher: Pearson IT Certification
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CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator, Second Editionis a single-user software package. It helps users develop and enhance hands-on configuration and troubleshooting skills without the investment in expensive lab hardware. This second edition has been updated to include 50 new labs focused exclusively on subnetting practice. These new labs help users to perform subnetting calculations very quickly and accurately, a critical skill for success on the CCNA exams. They are divided into five different types of subnetting practice, helping users master subnet ID calculation, IP address rejection, IP route selection, VLSM overlap, and VLSM route selection. Users will experience realistic network device response as they work through each of the labs developed by best selling author and expert instructor Wendell Odom. The software comes complete with 300 structured labs, including skill building configuration exercises, configuration scenarios, and complex troubleshooting scenarios. All the labs are developed with the objective of gaining the hands-on skills necessary to successfully answer the simulation and scenario-based questions on the actual CCNA exam. Each lab includes detailed instructions, topology diagrams, full answers and complete explanations.

Author Biography

Wendell Odom, CCIE No. 1624, is the most respected author of Cisco networking books in the world. His past titles include books on the entry-level Cisco certifications (CCENT and CCNA), the more advanced CCNP, and the industry-renowned CCIE. His books are known for their technical depth and accuracy. Wendell has worked as a network engineer, consultant, instructor, course developer, and book author, and he has produced videos, software, and blogs related to Cisco certifications. His web site with links to various study tools and resources is at www.certskills.com.

Table of Contents

Skill Builders
Switch CLI Exec Mode
Switch CLI Configuration Process
(2 Labs)
Router CLI Exec Mode (2 Labs)
Router CLI Configuration Process
Setting Switch Passwords
Configuring Switch IP Settings
Setting Router Passwords
Configuring Router IP Settings
Configuring Local Usernames
Using and Suspending Telnet
Configuring SSH
Migrating to a New IOS® Image
Setting the Configuration Register
Comparing Configuration Files
Examining the IP Routing Table
Using debug
Testing Using Pings with Hostnames
Ignoring the Startup-config File
Booting a New Router IOS
Terminal History I
Terminal History II
Topology Analysis
Interface Settings (3 Labs)
Switch Forwarding I
Switch IP Connectivity I
VLANs (3 Labs)
Interface Status (4 Labs)
Switch Security (4 Labs)
Configuring IP Addresses (4 Labs)
Connected Routes
Static Routes (4 Labs)
Default Routes
IP Classless
Subnet Zero (2 Labs)
Loopback Interfaces
RIP Configuration (6 Labs)
RIP Verification (2 Labs)
Configuring Hostnames
PC IP Commands (3 Labs)
Serial Link Configuration (4 Labs)
Interface Status (2 Labs)
Configuration Scenarios
The Initial Configuration Dialogue (Setup)
New Job I
Rebuild a Configuration
SSH and Telnet
Switch Interfaces and Forwarding
Switch IP Connectivity
Switch Security
Configuring VLANs
Subnetting and Addressing (3 Labs)
Static Routing (2 Labs)
RIP-2 Configuration (2 Labs)
RIP Auto-summary
Serial Link Configuration I
IP and MAC Address Comparisons
IP Classless
Troubleshooting Scenarios
Switch Forwarding I
Path Analysis I
Port Security
Network Discovery (2 Labs)
IP Addressing and Routing
IP Routing I
Subnetting Exercises
Subnet ID Calculation (11 labs)
IP Address Rejection (11 labs)
IP Route Selection (10 labs)
Skill Builders

VLAN Configuration (5 Labs)
VTP Configuration (5 Labs)
Trunking Configuration (4 Labs)
STP Analysis (2 Labs)
STP Configuration (3 Labs)
IP Addressing (3 Labs)
Traceroute I
Default Route I
Zero Subnet
Switch IP Address
ACL (6 Labs)
Named ACL (3 Labs)
ACL Analysis I
Routing Analysis I
Traceroute II
EIGRP Serial Configuration (6 Labs)
EIGRP Frame Relay Configuration
(3 Labs)
EIGRP Authentication (2 Labs)
EIGRP Route Tuning (4 Labs)
EIGRP Neighbors (3 Labs)
OSPF Serial Configuration (6 Labs)
OSPF Router ID (2 Labs)
OSPF Frame Relay Configuration (3 Labs)
OSPF Authentication (2 Labs)
OSPF Metric Tuning (3 Labs)
OSPF Neighbors (5 Labs)
Serial Configuration (2 Labs)
Serial Authentication (2 Labs)
Frame Relay Configuration (5 Labs)
Frame Relay Verification (3 Labs)
NAT Configuration (7 Labs)
IPv6 Address Configuration (9 Labs)
IPv6 Routing Configuration (3 Labs)
IPv6 Hostnames
Configuration Scenarios
VTP Transparent Mode
VLAN Trunking (2 Labs)
STP Analysis I
STP Configuration II
IP Addressing and Configuration (2 Labs)
IP Default Routing and IP Classless
Default Routes
Standard ACL I
Extended ACL (2 Labs)
OSPF Configuration (3 Labs)
OSPF Metric Manipulation
EIGRP Serial Configuration I
EIGRP Configuration II
EIGRP Metric Manipulation I
EIGRP Variance and Maximum Paths I
Frame Relay Configuration I
Frame Relay Inverse ARP
Frame Relay Correlation
NAT Configuration (2 Labs)
IPv6 Configuration (2 Labs)
Troubleshooting Scenarios
Path Analysis (3 Labs)
Path Troubleshooting (4 Labs)
VLAN Troubleshooting I
OSPF Troubleshooting I
Routing Analysis III
Network Expansion
IP Routing II
Subnetting Exercises
VLSM Overlap (11 labs)
VLSM Route Selection (7 labs)

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