See Interface Configuration Table LAN Switching and Wireless: Inter-VLAN Routing Subinterface Configuration Table – R1 .. subinterface can use any number that can be described with 32 bits, but it is good practice to. Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of Lab – Configuring Q Trunk-Based Inter-VLAN Routing. Can someone explain what native VLAN is all about. I’m in the middle of doing lab Troubleshooting VLAN password cisco . VLAN – they can be the same but it is a general best security practice that they are not. 0.

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I had the new exams and new books in mind the whole time.

Check out the list of all my posts about the new exam here. For instance, you could buy used routers and switches, but knowing what to buy when you have not yet learned the technology is tough. And the CCNA exam content reasonably does vlann require that you learn the depths of the product line, particularly the older products that would be cheaper today when purchased used online. Another challenge is what you should do on the lab gear once you have it. Even if you bought some useful lab gear, what would you do with it?

You could just repeat the same examples you found in the books, for instance, but it would be nice to have additional lab exercises. But again, what do you do in lab?

Cisco Packet Tracer VLAN Configuration Example ⋆

The current version has around lab exercises, with several styles of labs built to help you build to greater skills levels as you move through your study. You do not have to choose and buy used gear, and you have tons of labs to guide you through your learning.

As usual, the exerciise Simulators will be out later that the exam release, given the length of time it takes to update the code. And there is a free upgrade path: Why mention the Sim at all? I tend to spend my idle time thinking about how to help people learn about networking. That means you have to be able to recall the related configuration commands, as well as being able to create the correct syntax for each command.


But we already had a simulator product with tons of labs — so why add lab exercises to filtype blog? These labs now called Config Labs on the blog sites were designed with these requirements in mind:.

Packet Tracer 7.2 labs

These labs labb about to help you master sets of related commands, that is, groups of commands that you would configure at the same time to implement a particular feature. Review Configuration in Idle Moments: The labs can be done in your idle moments. We updated the blogs to use a responsive template just so the labs could be more easily done in your idle time from your phone, for instance.

No Lab Gear Requirement: The primary learning happens by choosing the commands and syntax, not by typing them in a CLI. You can answer each lab on paper or by typing in a text editor. That is, you do not have to have any real gear, virtualization software, simulators, and so on.

The labs are not just a bunch of random labs about what vlna on my mind one day.

The topics are a planned feature, on the topics from the new ICND1 and ICND2 Cert Guide books, eventually covering every configuration topic worthy of a configuration checklist element in the books. Historically, the Config Labs in the blogs started out four years ago as just a nice extra for those who happened to be studying for CCNA and were reading my blog.

I picked the topics not randomly, but just trying to give people interesting and useful study help. What you see today is the result of some planning starting about mid-year inabout a year before the new editions of the books came out.

I decided to get serious about these labs and invest some time and resources into creating a lot more of these labs. Any of you that follow my blogs will have been noticing a long series of new Config Labs being posted over the last six months and there will be even more for a few months after the books come out in The blogs organize the Config Labs in three ways, two of which are designed for those wanting to use these labs as part of the study plan described in the book: In case the above makes little sense to you fuletype you do not have the books… The books tell you to plan to spend time reviewing at the end of each chapter and cieco a book part holds multiple chapters.


For perspective, Figure 2 repeats a figure from the book that shows the organization of the 36 chapters and 9 parts in the ICND1 Cert Guide. Basically, VIRL allows an easy method to package and share a topology device types, cables, interface numbers along with the initial device configuration into a single portable file with file type.

You can use VIRL, build a topology, create configurations, save it, and then email the. VIRL file to a friend. Once they follow the steps to use that. VIRL file which are cisscothey have the same topology and configuration that you had. All the Config Labs I posted to the blogs in the last year or exfrcise have a posted. There are lots more labs to be posted.

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Once those are all posted, I have some more Config Labs about some of the old topics. It should take me until probably August or September before the labs are rolled out.

Just to give you a taste, here are a few of the topics of the upcoming Labs.

Hey RB, Packet Tracer is another option for sure. And the fact that Cisco made PT legally free to all opens it up a bit. I do know though that it is probably the default option for most people, definitely those not living in the United States and cannot get a Cisco gear for a reasonable cost. I have the Simulator on an old laptop I no longer ,ab.

I cannot find the CD. How can I transfer this to another machine? Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Social media Share this article. By certskills May 26, Write a comment 4 Comments. It is not mentioned here. Packet Tracer is now freely available to everyone. Maybe it worth writing about.

Hey Wendell, Two questions: How do I do the free upgrade to ? View comments Write a comment. Subscribe Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. This may take a second or two.