Cisco Networking Academy Program : Lab Companion, Volume II
The only endorsed print classroom lab to semesters 3 and 4 of the online curriculum.Cisco-approved study materials for the Networking Academies course Written by the course developer Maps to online curriculum version Increased integration across print products for more effective learning resource Expanded CD-ROM To include interactive e-Lab activities, over 400 CCNA preparation questions, Real Media movies and animations and more Includes all of the labs that appear on the online curriculum and more than a dozen challenge labs. Provides excellent directions and hints for getting the most out of the labs.Cisco Networking Academy Program: Lab Companion, Vol. II, Second Edition is the lab companion product to the Cisco Networking Academy Program semesters 3 and 4. This book has been strongly integrated with the Cisco Networking Academy Program: Second-Year Companion Guide, Second Edition and the Cisco Networking Academy Program: Engineering Journal and Workbook, Volume II, Second Edition. It saves you the time and cost of printing out the online materials.The Lab Companion contains all the labs from Version 2.1 of the online curriculum, along with additional instruction and bonus labs not found anywhere else. Also includes newCD-ROM, containing additional learning materials and e-Labs for reality-based lab training and learning.
- Mixed media product | 176 pages
- 216.7 x 279.4 x 11.4mm | 457.84g
- 18 May 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Cisco Press
- Indianapolis, United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
SEMESTER 3: ROUTING AND SWITCHING. 1. Review-The OSI Model, Routing and IOS Update. Lab 1.1.2 OSI Model Review. Lab 184.108.40.206 Router Lab Setup Review. Lab 220.127.116.11 Router Subnets Review. Lab 18.104.22.168 IOS Update/TFTP. Lab 22.214.171.124 IOS Update/RSL. Lab 126.96.36.199 Router Memory Upgrade.2. LAN Switching. Lab 2.3.7 Switch Characteristics. Lab 188.8.131.52 Switch Management Console. Lab 184.108.40.206 Switch Port Options. Lab 2.4.2 Switch Configuration Browser.3. VLANs. Lab 220.127.116.11 Creating VLANs. Lab 18.104.22.168 Switch Management VLANs. Lab 22.214.171.124 Switch Firmware Update/TFTP. Lab 126.96.36.199 Multi-Switch VLANs.4. LAN Design. Lab 4.5.6 Switched LAN Design.5. Routing Protocols: IGRP. Lab 5.2.2 Routed & Routing Protocols. Lab 5.4.3 Migrating RIP to IGRP. Lab 188.8.131.52 Configuring IGRP. Lab 184.108.40.206 Multi-Path. Lab 220.127.116.11 NeoTrace & Traceroute.6. Access Control Lists (ACLs). Lab 6.3.6 Standard ACLs. Lab 18.104.22.168 Extended ACLs. Lab 22.214.171.124 Extended ACLs Internet.7. Novell IPX. Lab 7.4.3 IPX Routing.SEMESTER 4: WIDE-AREA NETWORKING. 3. WAN Design. Lab 126.96.36.199 WAN Commands. Lab 188.8.131.52 WAN Acronyms.4. Point-to-Point Potocol. Lab 4.3.4 PPP Configuration.5. Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). Lab 5.1.2 ISDN Terms and Devices.6. Frame Relay. Lab 184.108.40.206 Frame Relay Configuration.7. Network Management. Lab 7.3.3 AUX Dial-Up.Additional WAN Labs. Lab 13.2 WAN Web Research. Lab 13.3 Practical Final Preparation.
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