Default Network Diagram & Lab Exercises

Default Lab Diagram: The figure shows the default lab diagram consisting of four routers, 3 switches, 4 work stations and 2 servers. For doing the labs in the practical manual, the default diagram would be sufficient. It is possible to use the default configuration for various case studies by varying the ip addressing scheme and protocols.

network diagram

The labs available in the practical manual are listed below for your ready reference:

1. Basic Exercises

1.1 Lab Exercise 1: Entering user EXEC prompt on a Router and Exit

1.2 Lab Exercise 2: Introduction to Basic User Interface

1.3 Lab Exercise 3: Basic Show commands

1.4 Short Form Commands



2. Routing IOS Fundamental Exercises

2.1 Lab Exercise 1: Banner MOTD : Setting Message of the Day

2.2 Lab Exercise 2: Setting Host Name

2.3 Lab Exercise 3: Router Interface Configuration

2.4 Lab Exercise 4: Setting Bandwidth on an Interface

2.5 Lab Exercise 5: Setting Console Password

2.6 Lab Exercise 6: Setting Telnet Password

2.7 Lab Exercise 7: Setting Auxiliary Password to Router

2.8 Lab Exercise 8: Configuring Minimum password length

2.9 Lab Exercise 9: Implementing exec-timeout command

2.10 Lab Exercise 10: Copy Running Configuration to Startup Configuration

2.11 Lab Exercise 11: Router CDP Configuration

2.12 Lab Exercise 12: Show CDP Configuration

2.13 Lab Exercise 13: Show CDP neighbors

2.14 Lab Exercise 14: Bringing up a Router Interface

2.15 Lab Exercise 15: Set Keepalive Timers

2.16 Lab Exercise 16: Set Hostname and MOTD Banner

2.17 Lab Exercise 17: Console and Line Passwords

2.18 Lab Exercise 18: Host Table

2.19 Lab Exercise 19: Viewing ARP Entries

2.20 Lab Exercise 20: Telnet

2.21 Lab Exercise 21: TFTP

2.22 Lab Exercise 22: Configuring Cisco Routers for Syslog

2.23 Lab Exercise 23: Configure and Verify NTP



3. Exercises on Routing Fundamentals

3.1 Lab Exercise 1: Introduction to IP

3.2 Lab Exercise 2: Configuring Static routes

3.3 Lab Exercise 3: Implement and Verify Static Routes

3.4 Lab Exercise 4: Configuring Default route

3.5 Lab Exercise 5: Implement and Verify Default Routes

3.6 Lab Exercise 6: Configuring Loopback Interface

3.7 Lab Exercise 7: Connectivity Tests with Traceroute

3.8 Lab Exercise 8: Configuring RIP

3.9 Lab Exercise 9: Basic EIGRP Routing



4. Exercises on RIP/EIGRP Routing Scenarios

4.1 Lab Exercise 1: RIP Routing Configuration Scenario

4.2 Lab Exercise 2: Viewing IP RIP Information

4.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring RIPv2

4.4 Lab Exercise 4: RIP2 Routes

4.5 Lab Exercise 5: EIGRP Routing Configuration Scenario

4.6 Lab Exercise 6: EIGRP Troubleshooting Lab Scenario

4.7 Lab Exercise 7: EIGRP Show Commands



5. Exercises on OSPF

5.1 Lab Exercise 1: OSPF Configuration in Single Area

5.2 Lab Exercise 2: OSPF Troubleshooting Lab Scenario-1

5.3 L ab Exercise 3: OSPF Troubleshooting Lab Scenario-2

5.4 Lab Exercise 4: OSPF Routing Configuration Scenario



6. Exercises on Access-Lists

6.1 Lab Exercise 1: Creating a Standard Access List

6.2 Lab Exercise 2: Applying an Access List to an Interface

6.3 Lab Exercise 3: View Access List Entries

6.4 Lab Exercise 4: Standard Access List Scenario Lab 1

6.5 Lab Exercise 5: Configuring and Verifying Standard Access List

6.6 Lab Exercise 6: Configuring and Verifying Extended Access List

6.7 Lab Exercise 7: Configuring and Implementing Extended Access List

6.8 Lab Exercise 8: Named Access-Lists



7. Exercises on Network Address Translation

7.1 Lab Exercise 1: NAT Scenario 1

7.2 Lab Exercise 2: NAT Scenario 2

7.3 Lab Exercise 3: Dynamic NAT Scenario-1

7.4 Lab Exercise 4: NAT and PAT



8. Exercises on HSRP

8.1 Lab Exercise 1: To enable HSRP on a Router

8.2 Lab Exercise 2: To disable HSRP on a Router

8.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring HSRP Priority , Delay and Preempt

8.4 Lab Exercise 4: Load Sharing with Multigroup HSRP (MHSRP)



9. Exercises on VPN(Virtual Private Network)

9.1 Lab Exercise 1: Configuring site-to-site IPSEC VPN tunnel between routers



10. Exercises on DHCP

10.1 Lab Exercise 1: Configuring cisco router as a DHCP Server

10.2 Lab Exercise 2: DHCP client configuration

10.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring two DHCP clients and DHCP verification commands



11. Exercises on PPP

11.1 Lab Exercise 1: PPP Configuration



12. Exercises on Frame-Relay

12.1 Lab Exercise 1: Configuring Frame-Relay without sub-interfaces

12.2 Lab Exercise 2: Configuring Frame-Relay with point-to-point sub-interfaces

12.3 Lab Exercise 3: Frame-Relay with sub-interfaces-Routing

12.4 Lab Exercise 4: Frame-Relay Show Commands

12.5 Lab Exercise 5: Frame-Relay Full Mesh Topology



13. Exercises on Ipv6

13.1 Lab Exercise 1: Enabling IPv6 on a cisco router

13.2 Lab Exercise 2: Enabling IPv6 on a cisco router interface

13.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring IPv6 on a cisco router interface with Ipv6 address in EUI format

13.4 Lab Exercise 4: Configuring IPv6 on a cisco router interface with IPv6 address in general form

13.5 Lab Exercise 5: Configuring loopback interface with IPv6 address

13.6 Lab Exercise 6: Configuring IPv6 on two router interfaces connected directly and pinging the distant interface using console

13.7 Lab Exercise 7: Configuring IPv6 static route

13.8 Lab Exercise 8: Configuring IPv6 static default route

13.9 Lab Exercise 9: Implement and verify IPv6 static route



14. Exercises on IPv6 Routing Protocols

14.1 Lab Exercise 1: Enabling RIPng on a cisco router interface

14.2 Lab Exercise 2: Enabling RIPng on two routers and pinging between them

14.3 Lab Exercise 3: Entering RIPng router configuration mode and setting global parameters on a cisco router

14.4 Lab Exercise 4: Configuring EIGRPv6 on a router interface

14.5 Lab Exercise 5: Configuring EIGRPv6 on two routers and pinging between them

14.6 Lab Exercise 6: Enabling OSPF for IPv6 on a cisco router interface

14.7 Lab Exercise 7: Configuring OSPF on two router interfaces

14.8 Lab Exercise 8: General IPv6 configuration on series router

14.9 Lab Exercise 9: Traceroute lab



15. Exercises on BGP

15.1 Lab Exercise 1 : Basic BGP Configuration

15.2 Lab Exercise 2 : Setting BGP attributes

15.3 Lab Exercise 3 : Setting the BGP neighbor password

15.4 Lab Exercise 4 : To disable the peer

15.5 Lab Exercise 5: Basic Configuration of a Peer Group

15.6 Lab Exercise 6 : Configuring Multi Exit Discriminator Metric



16. Exercises on Route Redistribution

16.1 Lab Exercise 1 : Route Redistribution for RIP

16.2 Lab Exercise 2 : Route Redistribution for EIGRP

16.3 Lab Exercise 3 : Route Redistribution for OSPF

16.4 Lab Exercise 4 : Redistribution between EIGRP and OSPF

16.5 Lab Exercise 5 : Redistribution between RIP and EIGRP



17. Exercises on MPLS

17.1 Lab Exercise 1: Configuring a Router for MPLS Forwarding and verifying the configuration of MPLS forwarding.

17.2 Lab Exercise 2: Enabling MPLS

17.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring MPLS LDP

17.4 Lab Exercise 4: Configuring MPLS using EIGRP

17.5 Lab Exercise 5: Configuring MPLS using OSPF

17.6 Lab Exercise 6: Configuring MPLS using RIP

17.7 Lab Exercise 7: MPLS show commands



18. Cisco Switch IOS

18.1 Logging into the switch

18.2 Lab Exercise 1: Introduction to Switch

18.3 Lab Exercise 2: Switch Console Password Assignment

18.4 Lab Exercise 3: Switch VTY Password Assignment

18.5 Lab Exercise 4: Switch Privileged password

18.6 Lab Exercise 5: Enable Fast Ethernet Interface on a Switch

18.7 Lab Exercise 6: Initial Switch Configuration

18.8 Lab Exercise 7: Basic Switch Interface Configuration

18.9 Lab Exercise 8: Catalyst 2960S Switch Configuration



19. Exercises on Spanning Tree Protocol

19.1 Lab Exercise 1: Enabling STP

19.2 Lab Exercise 2: Configuring Root Switch

19.3 Lab Exercise 3: Configuring Port-Priority

19.4 Lab Exercise 4: Configuring Switch Priority of a VLAN

19.5 Lab Exercise 5: Configuring STP Timers

19.6 Lab Exercise 6: Verifying STP



20. Exercises on Switch Configuration and VLAN

20.1 Lab Exercise 1: Basic Switch IP Configuration

20.2 Lab Exercise 2: Configure and verify port-security on switch

20.3 Lab Exercise 3: Troubleshooting a Switch

20.4 Lab Exercise 4: Switch Trunking Configuration

20.5 Lab Exercise 5: Creating and Deleting VLAN's

20.6 Lab Exercise 6: Configuring VTP on a Switch

20.7 Lab Exercise 7: Configuring VTP with a VTP Client

20.8 Lab Exercise 8: Troubleshooting lab with non matching domains

20.9 Lab Exercise 9: Troubleshooting lab with trunk functionality

20.10 Lab Exercise 10: VLANs Scenario

20.11 Lab Exercise 11: VTP Scenario

20.12 Lab Exercise 12: VLANs and Trunking

20.13 Lab Exercise 13: Routing between VLANs


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