Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Labs and Study Guide (Cisco Networking Academy)

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  • Copyright: 2007-01-01
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The completely revised and only authorized Labs and Study Guide for the Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 2 curriculum A portable classroom resource that supports the topics in the CCNA 2 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 bring 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.Routers and Routing Basics CCNA 2 Labs and Study Guideis a complete collection of the lab exercises specifically written for the CCNA 2 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.

Author Biography

Allan Johnson is an information technology instructor at Mary Carroll High School and Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas

Table of Contents

WANs and Routersp. 1
Study Guidep. 2
WANsp. 2
Routersp. 5
Lab Exercisesp. 11
Connecting Console Interfaces (1.2.5)p. 11
Connecting Router LAN Interfaces (1.2.6)p. 13
Connecting WAN Interfaces (1.2.7)p. 15
Build a Two-Router Topologyp. 18
Introduction to Routersp. 21
Study Guidep. 22
Cisco IOS and the IOS Command-Line Interfacep. 22
Starting, Configuring, Accessing, and Using a Router CLIp. 26
Lab Exercisesp. 31
Command Referencep. 31
Router Configuration Using Setup (2.2.1)p. 31
Establishing a Console Session with HyperTerminal (2.2.4)p. 34
Command-Line Fundamentals (2.2.9)p. 37
Exploring the Router and IOSp. 40
Configure a Two-Router Topologyp. 51
Configuring a Routerp. 55
Study Guidep. 56
Configuring a Router for Basic Routingp. 56
Documenting the Router Configurationp. 62
Lab Exercisesp. 64
Command Referencep. 64
Command Modes and Router Identification (3.1.2)p. 65
Configuring Router Passwords (3.1.3)p. 68
Using Router show Commands (3.1.4)p. 73
Configuring a Serial Interface (3.1.5)p. 77
Making Configuration Changes (3.1.6)p. 80
Configuring an Ethernet Interface (3.1.7)p. 83
Configuring Interface Descriptions (3.2.3)p. 84
Configuring Message of the Day (MOTD) (3.2.5)p. 87
Configuring Host Tables (3.2.7)p. 88
Backing Up Configuration Files (3.2.9)p. 92
Basic Router Configuration and File Managementp. 97
Basic Router Configuration Challengep. 101
Learning About Other Devicesp. 103
Study Guidep. 104
Discovering Neighbors Using CDPp. 104
Getting Information and Troubleshooting Remote Devicesp. 119
Lab Exercisesp. 123
Command Referencep. 123
Creating a Network Map Using CDP (4.1.4)p. 123
Establishing and Verifying a Telnet Connection (4.2.2)p. 129
Suspending and Disconnecting Telnet Sessions (4.2.3)p. 132
Advanced Telnet Operations (4.2.4)p. 134
Connectivity Tests-Ping (4.2.5a)p. 138
Connectivity Tests-Traceroute (4.2.5b)p. 143
Troubleshooting IP Address Issues (4.2.6)p. 147
CDP Commandsp. 149
Network Troubleshooting Commandsp. 154
Managing Cisco IOS Softwarep. 159
Study Guidep. 160
Router Boot Sequence and Loading IOS Imagesp. 160
Managing Cisco Router IOS and Configuration Filesp. 162
Command Referencep. 167
Using the boot system Command (5.1.3)p. 168
Troubleshooting Configuration Register Boot Problems (5.1.5)p. 171
Managing Configuration Files with TFTP (5.2.3)p. 173
Managing IOS Images with TFTP (5.2.5)p. 176
Password Recovery Procedures (5.2.6a)p. 180
Managing IOS Images with ROMMON and Xmodem (5.2.6b)p. 183
Use TFTP to Load IOS and Configuration Filep. 189
Routing and Routing Protocolsp. 195
Study Guidep. 196
Adding Connected and Static IP Routesp. 196
Lab Exercisesp. 208
Command Referencep. 208
Configuring Static Routes (6.1.6)p. 208
Static Routing with Migration to Dynamic Routingp. 212
Static and Dynamic Routing Configurationp. 217
Distance Vector Routing Protocolsp. 223
Study Guidep. 224
Avoiding Loops When Converging Using Distance Vector Routing Protocolsp. 224
Routing Information Protocolp. 227
Lab Exercisesp. 235
Command Referencep. 236
Configuring RIP (7.2.2)p. 237
Troubleshooting RIP (7.2.6)p. 239
Preventing Routing Updates Through an Interface (7.2.7)p. 241
Load Balancing Across Multiple Paths (7.2.9)p. 244
Configuring IGRP (7.3.5)p. 247
Default Routing with RIP and IGRP (7.3.6)p. 251
Unequal-Cost Load Balancing with IGRP (7.3.8)p. 255
Advanced RIP Configuration and Troubleshootingp. 259
RIP and Default Routing to ISPp. 269
TCP/IP Suite Error and Control Messagesp. 277
Study Guidep. 278
TCP/IP Error Messages: ICMPp. 278
Lab Exercisesp. 282
Basic Router Troubleshootingp. 283
Study Guidep. 284
Examining the Routing Tablep. 284
Network Testing Methods and Tipsp. 289
Router and Routing Troubleshooting Tipsp. 290
Lab Exercisesp. 298
Command Referencep. 298
Using show ip route to Examine Routing Tables (9.1.1)p. 298
Gateway of Last Resort (9.1.2)p. 303
Last Route Update (9.1.8)p. 306
Troubleshooting Using ping and telnet (9.2.6)p. 309
Troubleshooting Using traceroute (9.3.4)p. 311
Troubleshooting Routing Issues with show ip route and show ip protocols (9.3.5)p. 314
Troubleshooting Routing Issues with debug (9.3.7)p. 317
Basic Routing Troubleshootingp. 321
Intermediate TCP/IPp. 325
Study Guidep. 326
TCP and UDP Operationp. 326
Operation of Transport Layer Portsp. 328
Lab Exercisesp. 330
Command Referencep. 330
Multiple Active Host Sessions (10.1.6)p. 330
Well-Known Port Numbers and Multiple Sessions (10.2.5)p. 332
Access Control Lists (ACLs)p. 337
Study Guidep. 338
Access Control List Fundamentalsp. 338
Access Control Configurationp. 342
Lab Exercisesp. 349
Command Referencep. 349
Configuring Standard Access Lists (11.2.1a)p. 350
Standard ACLs (11.2.1b)p. 353
Configuring Extended Access Lists (11.2.2a)p. 357
Simple Extended Access Lists (11.2.2b)p. 359
Configuring a Named Access List (11.2.3a)p. 366
Simple DMZ Extended Access Lists (11.2.3b)p. 369
Multiple Access Lists Functions (11.2.3c)p. 377
VTY Restriction (11.2.6)p. 384
Standard, Extended, and Named ACLsp. 387
Three Routers with Multiple ACL Configurations (Form A)p. 394
Three Routers with Multiple ACL Configurations (Form B)p. 398
CCNA 2 Skills-Based Assessment Practicep. 403
Router Interface Summaryp. 407
Erasing and Reloading the Routerp. 409
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