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  1. Guys who have recently passed ccna exam 200-120. Kindly post your exam questions here.
  2. Anyone have a voucher or discount code for the Cisco CCNA 200-120 (composite exam)? Thanks.
  3. Guys tell me can i get ccna certified within 2 and half months?
  4. EIGRP Simulation After adding Interior router, no routing updates are being exchanged between Perimeter and the new location. All other inter connectivity and Internet access for the existing locations of the company are working properly. The Task is to identify the fault(s) and correct the router configurations to provide full connectivity between the routers. Access to the router CLI can be gained by clicking on the appropriate host. All passwords on all routers are cisco. IP Address are listed in the chart below [Hidden Content] Steps Remove invalid Autonomous System Number and add the correct Autonomous System Number Interior router. The Autonomous System Number is found in the topology: Add the network address of Fa0/0 interface of Perimeter router in EIGRP configuration. Because EIGRP neighbor relationship is not possible without the configuring connected interfaces. Answer Commands First we should check the configuration of the Interior Router. Click the console PC “F” and enter the following commands. Interior> enable Password: cisco Interior# show running-config Building configuration... Current configuration : 770 bytes ! version 12.2 no service timestamps log datetime msec no service timestamps debug datetime msec no service password-encryption ! hostname Interior ! enable secret 5 $1$mERr$hx5rVt7rPNoS4wqbXKX7m0 ! interface FastEthernet0/0 ip address 192.168.77.34 255.255.255.252 duplex auto speed auto ! interface FastEthernet0/1 ip address 192.168.60.65 255.255.255.240 duplex auto speed auto ! interface FastEthernet1/0 ip address 192.168.60.81 255.255.255.240 duplex auto speed auto ! router eigrp 22 network 192.168.77.0 network 192.168.60.0 no auto-summary ! ip classless ! line con 0 line vty 0 4 login ! end Interior# From the output above, we know that this router was wrongly configured with an autonomous number (AS) of 22. When the AS numbers among routers are mismatched, no adjacency is formed. (You should check the AS numbers on other routers for sure) To solve this problem, we simply re-configure router Interior router with the following commands: Interior# conf t Interior(config)# no router eigrp 22 Interior(config)# router eigrp 222 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.60.0 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Interior(config-router)# no auto-summary Interior(config-router)# end Interior# copy running-config startup-config Second we should check the configuration of the Perimeter Router. Click the console PC “G” and enter the following commands. Perimeter> enable Password: cisco Perimeter# show running-config Building configuration... Current configuration : 1029 bytes ! version 12.2 no service timestamps log datetime msec no service timestamps debug datetime msec no service password-encryption ! hostname Perimeter ! enable secret 5 $1$mERr$hx5rVt7rPNoS4wqbXKX7m0 ! interface FastEthernet0/0 ip address 192.168.77.33 255.255.255.252 duplex auto speed auto ! interface Serial0/0 ip address 192.168.36.13 255.255.255.252 clock rate 64000 ! interface Serial0/1 ip address 192.168.60.25 255.255.255.252 clock rate 64000 ! interface Serial1/0 ip address 198.0.18.6 255.255.255.252 ! interface Serial1/1 no ip address shutdown ! interface Serial1/2 no ip address shutdown ! interface Serial1/3 no ip address shutdown ! router eigrp 222 network 192.168.36.0 network 192.168.60.0 network 192.168.85.0 network 198.0.18.0 no auto-summary ! ip classless ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 198.0.18.5 ! line con 0 line vty 0 4 login ! end Perimeter# Notice that it is missing a definition to the network Interior. Therefore we have to add it so that it can recognize Interior router Perimeter# conf t Perimeter(config)# router eigrp 222 Perimeter(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Perimeter(config-router)# end Perimeter# copy running-config startup-config Now the whole network will work well. You should check again with ping command from router Interior to other routers! In Short: Interior RouterInterior>enable Password: cisco Interior# conf t Interior(config)# no router eigrp 22 Interior(config)# router eigrp 222 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.60.0 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Interior(config-router)# no auto-summary Interior(config-router)# end Interior# copy running-config startup-config Perimeter RouterPerimeter>enable Password: cisco Perimeter# conf t Perimeter(config)# router eigrp 222 Perimeter(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Perimeter(config-router)# end Perimeter# copy running-config startup-config Download Lab file (requires packet tracer) [Hidden Content] Some Modification in Question After adding Interior router, no routing updates are being exchanged between Perimeter and the new location. All other inter connectivity for the existing locations of the company are working properly. But Internet connection for existing location including Remote1 and Remote2 networks are not working. Faults Identified: 1. Incorrect Autonomous System Number configured in Interior router. 2. Perimeter router does not advertise route to the new router Interior. 3. Internet Connection is not working all stations. We need to correct the above two configuration mistakes to have full connectivity Steps: 1. Interior Router: Change the Autonomous System Number of Interior 2. Perimiter Router: Add the network address of interface of Permiter that link between Perimeter and Interior. 3. Perimiter Router: Add default route and default-network. Check the IP Address of S1/0 interface of Perimeter Router using show running-config command. (The interfaced used to connect to the ISP)! interface Serial1/0 ip address 198.0.18.6 255.255.255.252 ! For Internet sharing we have create a default route, and add default-network configuration. The IP address is 198.0.18.6/30. Then the next hop IP will be 198.0.18.5. Interior Router Interior>enable Password: cisco Interior# conf t Interior(config)# no router eigrp 22 Interior(config)# router eigrp 222 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.60.0 Interior(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Interior(config-router)# no auto-summary Interior(config-router)# end Interior# copy running-config startup-config Perimeter RouterPerimeter>enable Password: cisco Perimeter# conf t Perimeter(config)# router eigrp 222 Perimeter(config-router)# network 192.168.77.0 Perimeter(config-router)# exit Perimeter(config)# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 198.0.18.5 Perimeter(config)# ip default-network 198.0.18.0 Perimeter(config)# exit Perimeter# copy running-config startup-config Important: If you refer the topology and IP chart, the Perimeter router uses Fa0/0 to connect Interior router, S0/0 used to connect Remote1, and S0/1 used to connect Remote2. Refer to the command show running-config, the command #PASSIVE-INTERFACE <Interface Name> will deny EIGRP updates to specified interface. In that case we need to use #no passive-interface <Interface Name> to allow the routing updates to be passed to that interface. For example when used the #show run command and we see the output like below.! router eigrp 22 network 192.168.77.0 network 192.168.60.0 passive-interface FastEthernet 0/0 passive-interface Serial 1/0 no auto-summary ! Then the command would be Perimeter(config)#router eigrp 222 Perimeter(config-router)#no passive-interface Fa0/0 Perimeter(config-router)#end Also Perimeter router connect to the ISP router using Serial 1/0. If you seen passive-interface s1/0, then do not remove it using #no passive-interface s1/0 command. Download Lab file (requires packet tracer) [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  5. CCNAx 200-120 Routing and Switching Self Paced video Training online on udemy.com www.udemy.com/newccnax-200-120
  6. Hi! 1. Are we allowed to use the help or "?" command during the exam? For ex: "router eigrp ?" 2. What other commands are not allowed during the exam? Thank You!
  7. Hi, Does anybody have the new CCNA curriculum (for 200-120) verison 5.0 to install on local machine? Thx
  8. Hi all on Cisco.PracticeTest.200-120.v2013-06-19.by.Pascal.267q.vce ITEM 18 (I labbed this in GNS3 and it works) The access-list was configured on the outbound interface restricting outbound traffic from subnet 172.22.242.16/28 (Meaning the return traffic was the one being denied is that right?). My understanding of the inbound and outbound on a router interface is this. access-group in -> traffic from outside going into the router interface or SVI (traffic going into that subnet i.e 172.22.242.16/28) access-group out -> traffic originating from this router interface i.e (so the return traffic of source 192.168.33.0/24 except host 192.168.33.3 IS THE ONE BEING BLOCKED) My analogy on this since you are using the ACL on the interface nearest the destination since you need to only allow one host and deny all other networks or hosts. Please let me know if I missed anything or please do correct me if my analogy is somewhat a mess Here is my answer: Corp1#sh run int f0/1 Building configuration... Current configuration : 125 bytes ! interface FastEthernet0/1 ip address 172.22.242.17 255.255.255.240 ip access-group 100 out duplex auto speed auto end Corp1#sh run | s access-list access-list 100 permit tcp host 192.168.33.3 host 172.22.242.23 eq www access-list 100 deny tcp any host 172.22.242.23 eq www access-list 100 permit ip any any
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Let’s get started on your CCNA! Chris Bryant CCIE #12933 “The Computer Certification Bulldog” Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] What are the requirements? No previous network experience is assumed by the instructor. What am I going to get from this course? Over 200 lectures and 29 hours of content! Curriculum Section 1: Course Preview Lecture 1 CCNA Video Boot Camp Preview Preview 01:44 Lecture 2 CCNA Study Guide Vol. 1 and 2 Info 01:39 Lecture 3 How To Download Videos (And 1 Tech Support Note!) 03:04 Section 2: Networking Fundamentals (ICND1) Lecture 4 Networking Fundamentals And The OSI Model 16:19 Lecture 5 Networking Layer Interaction And More! 09:46 Lecture 6 Fundamentals of Network Troubleshooting and Models 09:37 Lecture 7 The Fight Of The Century: TCP vs UDP 11:55 Lecture 8 More TCP, UDP, and Port Numbers 11:35 Section 3: Ethernet (ICND1) Lecture 9 Duplexes, Suplexes, and Autonegotiation 16:38 Lecture 10 Cabling Types and Standards 14:55 Lecture 11 Formats and Rollover Cables 06:17 Lecture 12 Bonus Video! “Show Interface Ethernet” 08:42 Section 4: Switching 101 (ICND1) Lecture 13 Hubs And Repeaters: Why Are We Still Talking About These? 10:00 Lecture 14 The Dawn Of Switching 14:08 Lecture 15 Building A MAC Address Table (The Smart Way) 13:29 Lecture 16 Let The Switch Do The Work: Dynamic MAC Address Table Entries 04:35 Lecture 17 How They Get There: Frame Forwarding Methods 08:43 Lecture 18 The Joy Of VLANs 16:11 Lecture 19 The Cisco Switching Model and Intro To Port Security 11:12 Lecture 20 Port Security Secure MAC Addresses 17:06 Lecture 21 Port Security Sticky MAC Addresses 04:52 Lecture 22 Combining Secure and Sticky MAC Addresses 04:25 Lecture 23 Spanning Tree Protocol Fundamentals 08:00 Lecture 24 What DO Those Lights Mean? 05:40 Lecture 25 Trunking Fundamentals 11:10 Lecture 26 Trunking Labs and Modes 06:38 Lecture 27 Drawing The Line: Allowing and Disallowing VLANs 06:41 Lecture 28 VTP Fundamentals 13:05 Lecture 29 Resetting The Revision Number: What’s The Big Deal? 03:24 Section 5: A Quick WAN Introduction (ICND 1) Lecture 30 Like I Said, A Quick WAN Introduction 15:55 Section 6: Routing and IP Addressing Fundamentals (ICND 1) Lecture 31 A First Look At Routing 13:49 Lecture 32 IP Address Range, Classes, and Why We Care 09:39 Lecture 33 Routing Processes and Walkthroughs 15:05 Section 7: Cisco Configs, Memory, and More! (ICND 1) Lecture 34 “Thanks For The Memories…” 14:20 Lecture 35 You Can’t Read This: Encryption (And Setup Mode) 17:10 Lecture 36 My States Of The Interface Speech 12:56 Lecture 37 Startup and Running Configs and the COPY Command 17:34 Lecture 38 The Config Registry and Real-World Password Recovery 08:24 Section 8: DNS, ARP, and DHCP (ICND 1) Lecture 39 DNS And ARP 11:58 Lecture 40 Proxy ARP And DHCP Fundamentals 13:15 Lecture 41 DHCP Relay Agents and IP Helper Addresses 07:50 Lecture 42 Using A Cisco Router As A DHCP Server 09:43 Section 9: Passwords, Banners, Telnet, and More! (ICND 1) Lecture 43 Configuration Mode Review 06:22 Lecture 44 Important Cisco Router Defaults and the Console Port Password 11:58 Lecture 45 Enable Secret vs. Enable Password 06:47 Lecture 46 Telnet Fundamentals and Lab 08:40 Lecture 47 SSH Lab 06:38 Lecture 48 More Telnet Lab and “Priv Level 15” 16:12 Lecture 49 Banner Labs 08:44 Lecture 50 Logging Synchronous, Exec Timeout, And A History Lesson 09:35 Lecture 51 A Little More Telnet 12:35 Lecture 52 A Voyage Of (Cisco) Discovery 09:27 Section 10: Static Routing And A Little DV (ICND 1) Lecture 53 Static Routing Fundamentals 13:14 Lecture 54 Static Routing Lab And IP Debugs 14:24 Lecture 55 More Static Routing With A Side Order Of DV Protocols 19:26 Section 11: OSPF And Link-State Protocols (ICND 1) Lecture 56 Wildcard Masks 05:56 Lecture 57 Link State Protocol Fundamentals 13:54 Lecture 58 OSPF Debugging, Troubleshooting Adjacencies Lab 1 09:30 Lecture 59 More Troubleshooting, Plus Hello And Dead Timers 07:45 Lecture 60 The Process ID 10:38 Lecture 61 Show IP OSPF Interface Details and the OSPF RID 14:55 Lecture 62 The Default-Information Originate Command (And Options!) 06:27 Lecture 63 The When, Why, And Where Game: Passive Interfaces 10:22 Section 12: ACLs and NTP (ICND 1) Lecture 64 Wildcard Mask Refresher 05:56 Lecture 65 Standard And Extended ACLs 10:25 Lecture 66 Standard ACL Lab 12:30 Lecture 67 More Standard ACL Lab — Blocking Pings 02:42 Lecture 68 “Is That A Remark?” Plus — The Order Of The Lines 09:42 Lecture 69 Extended ACLs 11:44 Lecture 70 Named ACLs 07:02 Lecture 71 Where Should You Put Your ACLs? 11:04 Lecture 72 Standard and Extended ACL Lab, Part The First 10:33 Lecture 73 Standard and Extended ACL Lab Continues 04:00 Lecture 74 Blocking Pings: Lab and Real-World Networking Tips 13:21 Lecture 75 Dynamic and Time-Based ACLs 10:13 Lecture 76 Network Time Protocol Discussion and Labs 10:25 Lecture 77 Using ACL Sequence Numbers 09:09 Section 13: Route Summarization (ICND 1) Lecture 78 Route Summarization Discussion 12:39 Lecture 79 Route Summarization Lab 06:03 Section 14: NAT ‘n PAT — Network Address Translation (ICND 1) Lecture 80 NAT Fundamentals 09:07 Lecture 81 Static NAT And Extended Pings 06:58 Lecture 82 Dynamic NAT And Troubleshooting 13:21 Lecture 83 Port Address Translation Lab 04:50 Section 15: IP Version 6 (ICND 1) Lecture 84 Intro to IPv6, Zero Compression, and Leading Zero Compression 13:24 Lecture 85 Global Routing Prefixes And The IANA 11:01 Lecture 86 Global Unicast Addressing and Verification Commands 08:14 Lecture 87 Link-Local Addresses and Interface Identifiers 09:55 Lecture 88 Link-Local Address and Interface ID Lab 04:26 Lecture 89 The EUI-64 Process 06:26 Lecture 90 Neighbors and Routers, Solicitations and Advertisements 09:12 Lecture 91 DHCPv6 Stateful Auroconfiguration and Relay Agents 06:01 Lecture 92 Stateless Autoconfiguration and DHCPv6 05:30 Lecture 93 Ping and Traceroute in IPv6 11:28 Lecture 94 Static and Default Static Routing in IPv6 09:37 Lecture 95 OSPFv3 and v2 Comparison 05:33 Lecture 96 OSPF v3 Adjacency Lab 04:10 Lecture 97 OSPF v3 Show Commands Demo 06:08 Lecture 98 Unique Local Unicast Addresses 05:52 Lecture 99 Subnet Router Anycast Addresses 03:34 Lecture 100 Wrapup For IPV6…. For Now! 01:33 Section 16: Router On A Stick And L3 Switching (ICND 1) Lecture 101 ROAS Theory And Setup 11:07 Lecture 102 ROAS Lab 06:45 Lecture 103 ROAS Troubleshooting 04:30 Lecture 104 L3 Switching And SVI Lab 13:10 Lecture 105 Final Notes On Multilayer Switching 01:42 Section 17: Binary, Subnetting, VLSM, and Hex (ICND 1 And 2) Lecture 106 Binary And Subnetting Intro 02:43 Lecture 107 Binary To Decimal, Decimal To Binary 07:38 Lecture 108 “How Many Valid Subnets?” Discussion 09:40 Lecture 109 “How Many Valid Subnets?” Practice Session 07:56 Lecture 110 “How Many Valid Host Addresses?” Discussion And Practice Session 08:33 Lecture 111 “What Subnet Is This IP Address On?” Discussion 07:24 Lecture 112 “What Subnet Is This IP Address On?” Practice Session 08:49 Lecture 113 Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Discussion 08:23 Lecture 114 Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Practice Session 12:01 Lecture 115 Let’s Go Subnetting! Session 1 06:20 Lecture 116 Let’s Go Subnetting! Session 2 03:18 Lecture 117 VLSM Lab: Part 1 05:03 Lecture 118 VLSM Lab: Part 2 05:14 Lecture 119 VLSM Lab: Part 3 04:57 Lecture 120 VLSM 4 02:45 Section 18: More Switching! (ICND 2) Lecture 121 STP Overview 08:43 Lecture 122 Root Bridge Election Discussion 10:38 Lecture 123 Root Bridge Walkthrough 06:47 Lecture 124 Three-Switch Lab 09:59 Lecture 125 Root Port Speed Discussion 06:02 Lecture 126 Root Port Speed Lab 10:25 Lecture 127 Overthrowing The Root Bridge! 08:14 Lecture 128 STP Timers and PortFast 11:11 Lecture 129 PVST Load Balancing Discussion and Lab 09:01 Lecture 130 Etherchannel Discussion 04:12 Lecture 131 Etherchannel Lab 13:17 Lecture 132 Etherchannel Wrapup 03:49 Lecture 133 BPDU Guard Theory And Lab 05:08 Lecture 134 Switchport Switcheroo! 04:35 Section 19: Wide Area Networks (ICND 2) Lecture 135 HDLC and PPP Fundamentals 12:39 Lecture 136 PPP And CHAP — Getting It Right! 06:25 Lecture 137 PPP And CHAP — Getting It Wrong (And Troubleshooting It!) 05:16 Lecture 138 PPP And CHAP — More Troubleshooting and Debugging! 07:08 Lecture 139 PPP And PAP 13:39 Lecture 140 Frame Relay Fundamentals 10:49 Lecture 141 Local Management Interface Lab 09:32 Lecture 142 Inverse ARP and DLCIs 07:08 Lecture 143 Frame Relay Config Over Hub-and-Spoke Network 09:10 Lecture 144 The Broadcast Option 06:38 Lecture 145 Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Discussion 06:41 Lecture 146 Split Horizon Visual 02:03 Lecture 147 Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Lab 06:31 Lecture 148 FECNs And BECNs 08:23 Lecture 149 Physical Stuff 08:30 Section 20: First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (ICND 2) Lecture 150 HSRP Discussion 05:57 Lecture 151 HSRP Lab 10:26 Lecture 152 HSRP Load Balancing and Troubleshooting 09:30 Lecture 153 VRRP and GLBP Fundamentals 12:42 Lecture 154 GLBP Lab 11:24 Lecture 155 GLBP Lab Continues 07:20 Section 21: VPNs (ICND 2) Lecture 156 VPN Fundamentals 07:18 Lecture 157 AH and ESP 12:13 Lecture 158 Building A GRE Tunnel 04:24 Section 22: OSPF (ICND 2) Lecture 159 Wildcard Mask Refresher 05:56 Lecture 160 Fundamentals Of OSPF 12:20 Lecture 161 A Quick IPv6 Note 01:50 Lecture 162 OSPF Adjacencies and Masks 08:36 Lecture 163 OSPF TImers And Adjacency Debugs 17:35 Lecture 164 Areas, DRs, and BDRs 11:15 Lecture 165 OSPF NBMA Configuration Begins! 13:41 Lecture 166 The Network Grows! 09:10 Lecture 167 The RID Rules 09:06 Lecture 168 What Else Can Go Wrong? These Things…. 08:57 Lecture 169 I Love L(S)A 05:01 Lecture 170 Default Info Originate w/ Side Of Stub 09:28 Lecture 171 Changing The Costs 11:23 Lecture 172 Passive Interfaces 04:30 Lecture 173 Point-to-Point Pointer 05:18 Lecture 174 Does This Need Troubleshooting? 05:50 Lecture 175 Bonus Video: Route Redistribution and OSPF Router Types 04:18 Section 23: EIGRP (ICND 2) Lecture 176 EIGRP Fundamentals 07:40 Lecture 177 Quick EIGRP V6 Message 01:50 Lecture 178 Successors and Feasible Successors 07:14 Lecture 179 Successor and Feasible Successor Walkthroughs 08:47 Lecture 180 EIGRP On A Hub-and-Spoke Network 11:01 Lecture 181 The EIGRP Network Grows! 09:44 Lecture 182 Unequal-Cost Load Balancing: Why, When, and How 07:55 Lecture 183 Bonus Variance Lab! 06:11 Lecture 184 Autosummarization 05:43 Lecture 185 Hello and Hold Timers 09:07 Lecture 186 The Bandwidth Command And EIGRP 08:52 Lecture 187 Route Metrics 03:39 Lecture 188 The EIGRP RID 06:39 Lecture 189 EIGRP And Split Horizon 01:16 Section 24: This n’ That Lecture 190 SNMP Discussion 09:59 Lecture 191 A Quick Look Under SNMP’s Hood 04:10 Lecture 192 Syslog and Timestamps 12:33 Lecture 193 NetFlooooooow 07:08 Lecture 194 A Little Licensing 11:39 Section 25: More IPV6! (ICND 2) Lecture 195 EIGRP For IPV6 09:46 Lecture 196 EIGRP For IPV4 And IPV6: Similarities and Differences 04:32 Lecture 197 An Old EIGRP Friend Leaves Town 00:46 Lecture 198 OSPF IPv6 Refresher And Lab 10:08 Lecture 199 OSPF v2 And v3: Similarities and Differences 08:21 Lecture 200 Bonus Video! OSPF v3 Route Redistribution 04:41 via telechargementsz.com
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