CCNP Cisco Networking Academy Program: Semester Five Lab Companion, Advanced Routing / Edition 1by Cisco Systems, Inc., Mark (Ed.) McGregor, Cisco Systems, Inc. Staff
Pub. Date: 07/28/2001
This title will provide students and instructors with printed material for the labs in Semester 5 of the Academy program. In addition to the lab exercises included in the Fifth-Semester Companion Guide, this lab manual will include no fewer than three bonus activities that focus on additional concepts, such as BGP attributes. The bonus exercises provide students with… See more details below
This title will provide students and instructors with printed material for the labs in Semester 5 of the Academy program. In addition to the lab exercises included in the Fifth-Semester Companion Guide, this lab manual will include no fewer than three bonus activities that focus on additional concepts, such as BGP attributes. The bonus exercises provide students with optional labs that can be used as extra credit or more focused study. This lab manual will also contain two large case studies that are not currently available in any other publication, on-line or otherwise. Students and teachers can use these case studies as group projects, midterms, final projects, or final exam preparation.Finally, the lab manual will contain the following appendices useful to both instructors and students: answers to lab exercise questions, configuration instructions for the Atlas 550, basic troubleshooting techniques, IOS command reference specific to the labs, and suggested physical lab configuration. The later two sections are currently not available anywhere else.
Table of ContentsLab Equipment Requirements.
Case Study: International Travel Agency. Introductory Lab 1: Getting Started and Building Start.TXT. Introductory Lab 2: Capturing HyperTerminal and Telnet Sessions. Introductory Lab 3: Access Control List Basics and Extended Ping. Lab 1-1: Equal-Cost Load Balancing with RIP. Lab 1-2: Unequal-Cost Load Balancing with IGRP. Lab 2-1: Configuring VLSM and IP Unnumbered. Lab 2-2a: VLSM. Lab 2-2b: VLSM. Lab 2-2c: VLSM. Lab 2-3: Using DHCP and IP Helper Addresses. Lab 3-1: Migrating from RIP to EIGRP. Lab 3-2: Configuring IGRP. Lab 3-3: Configuring Default Routing with RIP and IGRP. Lab 3-4: Configuring Floating Static Routes. Lab 4-1: Configuring OSPF. Lab 4-2: Examining the DR/BDR Election Process. Lab 4-3: Configuring Point-to-Multipoint OSPF Over Frame Relay. Lab 5-1: Multiarea OSPF. Lab 5-2: Configuring a Stub Area and a Totally Stubby Area. Lab 5-3: Configuring an NSSA. Lab 5-4: Configuring Virtual Links.
OSPF Challenge Lab.
Lab 6-1: Configuring EIGRP with IGRP. Lab 6-2: Configuring EIGRP Fault Tolerance. Lab 6-3: Configuring EIGRP Summarization.
EIGRP Challenge Lab.
Lab 7-1: Configuring Distribute Lists and Passive Interfaces. Lab 7-2: Configuring Route Maps. Lab 7-3: Redistributing RIP and OSPF.
Route Optimization Challenge Lab.
Lab 8-1: Configuring BGP. Lab 8-2: Configuring IBGP and EBGP Sessions. Lab 8-3: Using the AS_PATH Attribute. Lab 8-4: Using the LOCAL_PREF and MED Attributes. Lab 9-1: BGP Route Reflectors and Route Filters. Lab 9-2: The BGP COMMUNITIES Attribute. Lab 9-3: BGP Peer Groups.
BGP Challenge Lab.
Lab 10-1: Lock-and-Key. Lab 10-2: Reflexive Access Lists. Lab 10-3: CBACs.
Appendix A: Command Reference.
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