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Cisco Networking Academy's Introduction to Routing Concepts

Chapter Description

This chapter introduces and explains the primary functions and features of a router and explains the process for connecting and configuring devices to the router. It continues by describing the process by which routers manage packets, determine data paths, and build routing tables.

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Routing Protocols Companion Guide

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Practice

The following activities provide practice with the topics introduced in this chapter. The Labs and Class Activities are available in the companion Routing Protocols Lab Manual (978-1-58713-322-0). The Packet Tracer Activities PKA files are found in the online course.

Class Activities

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Class Activity 1.0.1.2: Do We Really Need a Map?

Class Activity 1.4.1.1: We Really Could Use a Map!

Labs

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Lab 1.1.1.9: Mapping the Internet

Lab 1.1.4.6: Configuring Basic Router Settings with IOS CLI

Lab 1.1.4.7: Configuring Basic Router Settings with CCP

Packet Tracer Activities

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Packet Tracer Activity 1.1.1.8: Using Traceroute to Discover the Network

Packet Tracer Activity 1.1.2.9: Documenting the Network

Packet Tracer Activity 1.1.3.5: Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 Interfaces

Packet Tracer Activity 1.1.4.5: Configuring and Verifying a Small Network

Packet Tracer Activity 1.3.2.5: Investigating Directly Connected Routes

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