Lab 2 for CSNE Majors

Overview

Will be continuing with the next 3 learning labs from CISCO

Steps

  1. Log in at: CISCO Lab Login
  2. Launch the Learning lab
  3. Log in again for the lab
  4. For each lab, if you don't have significant experience setting up Cisco egquipment, it is imporant that you watch he video's for each lab. These are about 14-15 minutes each.
  5. Do: Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
  6. Do: Performing Initial Router Startup
  7. Do: Performing Initial Router Configuration
  8. Answer the questions below, and turn in

References

Questions for "Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity"

Answer the following questions, and turn in on Moodle:

  1. What is the purpose of the "no shut" command? When is it used in this lab? In what context?
  2. How many bytes and bits is a IPv6 address?
  3. What is the format of an IPv6 address? Give several examples.
  4. What is the purpose of the number after the "/" (slash) in an IPv6 address?
  5. What is the method used to varify conectivity after settng up an address on a switch? Copy and paste the output of this evidence from the lab in the answers document.
  6. What did you struggle with most on this lab?

Questions for "Performing Initial Router Startup"

  1. What is the purpose of the reload command?
  2. What was important about this lab?

Questions for "Performing Initial Router Configuration"

  1. Why should you turn on service password encryption?
  2. What is the difference between using Telnet versus SSH. Which is the preferred login mode and why?
  3. What was the main point of this lab?

Turn in

  1. A screen pic for the main lab pages showing the first three labs are complete: CISCOStatus.png:
  2. Answer the questions aboue in a word document.
  3. Turn it all in on moodle.
Topic revision: r3 - 2015-09-17 - JimSkon
 
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