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User Mode [Cisco Router]

Posted: 1st April 2021 by ccna7guru in SRWE, ENSA, ITN

<1-99> connect [ WORD ] disable disconnect <1-16> enable [ <0-15> | view [ WORD ] ] exit logout ping [ ip | ipv6 ] WORD resume [ <1-16> | WORD ] show arp cdp entry * [ protocol | version ] WORD [ protocol | version ] interface Ethernet <0-9>/<0-24>[ . ][ <0-4294967295> ] FastEthernet <0-9>/<0-24>[ . ][ <0-4294967295> […]

Spanning Tree Path Cost

Posted: 29th March 2021 by ccna7guru in SRWE
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The interface STP cost is an essential component for root path calculation because the root path is found based on the cumulative interface STP cost to reach the root bridge. The interface STP cost was originally stored as a 16-bit value with a reference value of 20 Gbps. As switches have developed with higher-speed interfaces, […]

802.1D Port States

Posted: 29th March 2021 by ccna7guru in SRWE
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802.1D Port StatesIn the 802.1D STP protocol, every port transitions through the following states:■ Disabled: The port is in an administratively off position (that is, shut down).■ Blocking: The switch port is enabled, but the port is not forwarding any traffic toensure that a loop is not created. The switch does not modify the MAC […]

In the Answer Network panel, you construct the answer network, and mark the elements of the network on which you want to assess the students. Click on the Show Answer Network button to view the workspace for the answer network. If you chose to convert the existing workspace to the answer network when you first entered the […]

Se han desarrollado dos arquitecturas de red principales para admitir la virtualización de la red: •Redes definidas por software (SDN) : una arquitectura de red que virtualiza la red, ofreciendo un nuevo enfoque para la administración y administración de redes que busca simplificar y optimizar el proceso de administración. •Infraestructura centrada en aplicaciones (ACI) de […]

Activity – Switch It!

Posted: 4th August 2020 by ccna7guru in SRWE

Use above activity to check your understanding of how a switch learns and forwards frames.

Configure SSH

Posted: 4th August 2020 by ccna7guru in SRWE
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Before configuring SSH, the switch must be minimally configured with a unique hostname and the correct network connectivity settings Step 1 Verify SSH support. Use the show ip ssh command to verify that the switch supports SSH. If the switch is not running an IOS that supports cryptographic features, this command is unrecognized. Step 2 Configure the […]

FHRP Options

Posted: 24th July 2020 by ccna7guru in SRWE
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The FHRP used in a production environment largely depends on the equipment and needs of the network. The table lists all the options available for FHRPs. Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)HRSP is a Cisco-proprietary FHRP that is designed to allow for transparent failover of a first-hop IPv4 device. HSRP provides high network availability by providing […]

Basic Router Configuration Review

Posted: 21st June 2020 by ccna7guru in SRWE

Verification Commands Common verification commands include the following: •show ip interface brief •show running-config interfaceinterface-type number •show interfaces •show ip interface •show ip route •ping In each case, replace ip with ipv6 for the IPv6 version of the command.

Build the Routing Table

Posted: 21st June 2020 by ccna7guru in SRWE

Directly Connected Networks: Added to the routing table when a local interface is configured with an IP address and subnet mask (prefix length) and is active (up and up). Remote Networks: Networks that are not directly connected to the router. Routers learn about remote networks in two ways: •Static routes – Added to the routing table when […]