Tag Archives: ccna

[CCNA] Creating VLANs

In this quick post, we’ll focus on the three ways to create VLANs.

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[CCNA] Packet Forwarding Techniques

Cisco uses three types of packet-forwarding techniques

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[CCNA] Static and Default Route

In this lab, you have to config the routers both HQ and BR-1 to make the connection throughout the network and with the Internet.

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[CCNA] Port Security Configuration

In this lab, a hub has been connected to interface Fa0/1 of Switch 1. It is an 8-port hub but only 5 hosts are allowed to connect to it. The administrator wants to ensure that only 5 hosts can connect. PC-1 and PC-2 along with any 3 other hosts can connect to the hub.

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[CCNA] Basic VLAN Configuration

In this lab we will configure a Cisco Catalyst 2950 with three new VLANs. Also, we will then use the available Cisco IOS show commands to verify the configuration.

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[CCNA] Configuring SSH

It’s not an easy way to configure your device using the console port each time, however you’ll use the Telnet or SSH to access to your device remotely, but Telnet is not secure at all, for this, configuring the SSH on your Cisco device is so important.

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[CCNA] Base Switch Configuration

In this post, we’ll see how can we performing an initial switch configuration (can also done with a router).

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