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  • The only authorized Lab Manual for the Cisco Networking Academy course
  • Easy to read, highlight, and review on the go, wherever the Internet is not available.
  • Extracted directly from the online course, it is the only authorized Lab Manual for the Cisco Networking Academy course
  • Updated for the CCNA v6 curriculum

  • Copyright 2017
  • Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 10-7/8"
  • Pages: 544
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 1-58713-426-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-58713-426-5

The only authorized Labs & Study Guide for the Cisco Networking Academy Routing and Switching Essentials course in the CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum


Each chapter of this book is divided into a Study Guide section followed by a Lab section.


The Study Guide section offers exercises that help you learn the concepts, configurations, and troubleshooting skills crucial to your success as a CCENT exam candidate. Each chapter is slightly different and includes some or all the following types of exercises:


  • Vocabulary Matching Exercises
  • Concept Questions Exercises
  • Skill-Building Activities and Scenarios
  • Configuration Scenarios
  • Packet Tracer Exercises
  • Troubleshooting Scenarios

 The Labs & Activities include all the online course Labs and Packet Tracer activity instructions. If applicable, this section begins with a Command Reference that you will complete to highlight all the commands introduced in the chapter.

Table of Contents

     Introduction xxxvii

 Chapter 1 Routing Concepts 1

     Study Guide 2

     Router Initial Configuration 2

         Router Functions 2

         External Router Features 5

         Topology and Addressing Documentation 6

         Configure and Verify Dual-Stack IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing 7

     Packet Tracer Exercise 1-1: Dual Stack Addressing 9

         Verify Connectivity of Directly Connected Networks 9

     Routing Decisions 12

         Switching Packets Between Networks 12

         Path Determination 13

         Administrative Distance Exercise 15

     Router Operation 15

         Analyze the Routing Table 15

         Directly Connected, Static, and Dynamic Routes 17

     Labs and Activities 19

     Command Reference 19 Lab—Do We Really Need a Map? 21

         Objectives 21

         Scenario 21

         Resources 21

         Reflection 21 Packet Tracer–Using Traceroute to Discover the Network 23

         Topology 23

         Scenario 23

         Trace and Document a Remote Location 23

         Addressing Scheme Documentation 25

         Topology Documentation 25

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 26

         Hints–Command Summary Reference 26

         DOS Commands 26

         IOS Commands 26 Lab–Mapping the Internet 27

         Objectives 27

         Background/Scenario 27

         Required Resources 27

         Part 1: Determine Network Connectivity to a Destination Host 28

         Part 2: Trace a Route to a Remote Server Using Tracert 28

         Reflection 29 Packet Tracer–Documenting the Network 30

         Topology 30

         Background 30

         Requirements 30

         Addressing Scheme and Device Connection Documentation 31

         Hints 31 Packet Tracer–Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 Interfaces 32

         Topology 32

         Addressing Table 32

         Objectives 32

         Background 33

         Part 1: Configure IPv4 Addressing and Verify Connectivity 33

         Part 2: Configure IPv6 Addressing and Verify Connectivity 33 Packet Tracer–Configuring and Verifying a Small Network 34

         Topology 34

         Addressing Table 34

         Objectives 34

         Background 34

         Part 1: Configure Devices and Verify Connectivity 35

         Part 2: Gather Information with Show Commands 35

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 36 Lab–Configuring Basic Router Settings with IOS CLI 37

         Topology 37

         Addressing Table 37

         Objectives 37

         Background/Scenario 37

         Required Resources 38

         Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices 38

         Part 2: Configure Devices and Verify Connectivity 38

         Part 3: Display Router Information 42

         Part 4: Configure IPv6 and Verify Connectivity 43

         Reflection 44

         Router Interface Summary Table 44

         Appendix A: Initializing and Reloading a Router and Switch 45 Packet Tracer–Investigating Directly Connected Routes 47

         Topology 47

         Objectives 47

         Background 47

         Part 1: Investigate IPv4 Directly Connected Routes 47

         Part 2: Investigate IPv6 Directly Connected Routes 48

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 50 Lab–We Really Could Use a Map! 51

         Objectives 51

         Scenario 51

         Resources 51

         Reflection 52

 Chapter 2 Static Routing 53

     Study Guide 54

     Implement Static Routes 54

         Static Routing 54

         Types of Static Routes 55

     Configure Static and Default Routes 55

         Configuring IPv4 Static and Default Routes 55

         Configuring IPv6 Static and Default Routes 57

         Packet Tracer Exercise 2-1: Configuring Static and Default Routes 61

     Troubleshoot Static and Default Route Issues 62

         IPv4 Static and Default Route Implementation 62

         IPv6 Static and Default Route Implementation 62

     Labs and Activities 63

     Command Reference 63 Lab–Which Way Should We Go? 64

         Objectives 64

         Scenario 64

         Required Resources 64

         Reflection 64 Packet Tracer–Configuring IPv4 Static and Default Routes 65

         Topology 65

         Addressing Table 65

         Objectives 65

         Background 66

         Part 1: Examine the Network and Evaluate the Need for Static Routing 66

         Part 2: Configure Static and Default Routes 66

         Part 3: Verify Connectivity 68

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 68 Lab–Configuring IPv4 Static and Default Routes 69

         Topology 69

         Addressing Table 69

         Objectives 69

         Background/Scenario 70

         Required Resources 70

         Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices 70

         Part 2: Configure Basic Device Settings and Verify Connectivity 71

         Part 3: Configure Static Routes 72

         Part 4: Configure and Verify a Default Route 74

         Reflection 74

         Router Interface Summary Table 75

         Appendix A: Configuration Commands for Parts 2, 3, and 4 76

         Basic Device Settings 76

         Static Route Configurations 76

         Default Route Configuration 76 Packet Tracer–Configuring IPv6 Static and Default Routes 77

         IPv6 Addressing Table 77

         Objectives 77

         Background 77

         Part 1: Examine the Network and Evaluate the Need for Static

         Routing 78

         Part 2: Configure IPv6 Static and Default Routes 78

         Part 3: Verify Network Connectivity 79

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 79 Lab–Configuring IPv6 Static and Default Routes 80

         Topology 80

         Addressing Table 80

         Objectives 80

         Background/Scenario 81

         Required Resources 81

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 81

         Part 2: Configure IPv6 Static and Default Routes 85

         Reflection 87

         Router Interface Summary Table 88 Packet Tracer–Configuring Floating Static Routes 89

         Topology 89

         Objectives 89

         Background 89

         Part 1: Configure an IPv4 Floating Static Route 89

         Part 2: Test Failover to the IPv4 Floating Static Route 90

         Part 3: Configure and Test Failover to an IPv6 Floating Static Route 91

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 93 Packet Tracer–Troubleshooting Static Routes 94

         Topology 94

         Addressing Table 94

         Objectives 94

         Background 94

         Part 1: Locate the Problem 95

         Part 2: Determine the Solution 95

         Part 3: Implement the Solution 95

         Part 4: Verify That the Issue Is Resolved 95

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 95 Lab–Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 Static Routes 96

         Topology 96

         Addressing Table 96

         Objectives 97

         Background/Scenario 97

         Required Resources 98

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 98

         Part 2: Troubleshoot Static Routes in an IPv4 Network 100

         Part 3: Troubleshoot Static Routes in an IPv6 Network 103

         Router Interface Summary Table 106 Class Activity–Make It Static! 107

         Objectives 107

         Resources 107

 Chapter 3 Dynamic Routing 109

     Study Guide 110

     Dynamic Routing Protocols 110

         Dynamic Routing Protocol Overview 110

         Compare Static and Dynamic Routing 110

     RIPv2 110

         Configuring the RIP Protocol 111

         Packet Tracer Exercise 3-1: Configuring RIPv2 112

     The Routing Table 113

         Parts of an IPv4 Route Entry 113

         Dynamically Learned IPv4 Routes 114

         The IPv4 Route Lookup Process 116

         Analyze an IPv6 Routing Table 117

     Labs and Activities 119

     Command Reference 119 Lab–How Much Does This Cost? 120

         Objectives 120

         Scenario 120

         Activity 1 120

         Activity 2 120

         Required Resources 120

         Scenario–Part 2 Recording Matrix 121

         Reflection Questions 121 Packet Tracer–Configuring RIPv2 122

         Topology 122

         Objectives 122

         Background 122

         Part 1: Configure RIPv2 122

         Part 2: Verify Configurations 124 Lab–Configuring Basic RIPv2 125

         Topology 125

         Addressing Table 125

         Objectives 126

         Background/Scenario 126

         Required Resources 126

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 127

         Part 2: Configure and Verify RIPv2 Routing 127

         Reflection 132

         Router Interface Summary Table 133 Class Activity–IPv6 - Details, Details… 134

         Objectives 134

         Scenario 134

         Required Resources 134

         Reflection 134

 Chapter 4 Switched Networks 137

     Study Guide 138

     LAN Design 138

         LAN Design Principles 138

         Selecting Switch Hardware 139

     The Switched Environment 139

         Frame Forwarding Methods and Terminology 139

         Building the MAC Address Table 140

         Collision and Broadcast Domains 141

     Labs and Activities 144

     Command Reference 144 Lab Sent or Received 145

         Objectives 145

         Scenario 145

         Resources 145

         Reflection 145 Lab–It’s Network Access Time 146

     Objectives 146

         Scenario 146

         Reflection 146

 Chapter 5 Switch Configuration 147

     Study Guide 148

     Basic Switch Configuration 148

         Switch Boot Sequence 148

         Half-Duplex, Full-Duplex, and Auto-MDIX 148

         Configure a Switch with Initial Settings 148

     Switch Security 152

         Secure Remote Access with SSH 152

         Switch Port Security 153

         Packet Tracer Exercise 5-1: Configuring Secure Access and Port

         Security 156

     Labs and Activities 157

     Command Reference 157 Lab–Stand By Me 158

    Objective 158

         Scenario 158

         Reflection 158 Lab–Configuring Basic Switch Settings 159

         Topology 159

         Addressing Table 159

         Objectives 159

         Background/Scenario 159

         Required Resources 160

         Part 1: Cable the Network and Verify the Default Switch

         Configuration 160

         Part 2: Configure Basic Network Device Settings 163

         Part 3: Verify and Test Network Connectivity 165

         Part 4: Manage the MAC Address Table 168

         Reflection 170

         Appendix A: Initializing and Reloading a Switch 170 Packet Tracer–Configuring SSH 172

         Topology 172

         Addressing Table 172

         Objectives 172

         Background 172

         Part 1: Secure Passwords 172

         Part 2: Encrypt Communications 173

         Part 3: Verify SSH Implementation 173 Packet Tracer–Configuring Switch Port Security 174

         Topology 174

         Addressing Table 174

         Objective 174

         Background 174

         Part 1: Configure Port Security 174

         Part 2: Verify Port Security 175 Packet Tracer–Troubleshooting Switch Port Security 176

         Topology 176

         Scenario 176

         Requirements 176

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 176 Lab–Configuring Switch Security Features 177

         Topology 177

         Addressing Table 177

         Objectives 177

         Background/Scenario 177

         Required Resources 178

         Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices 178

         Part 2: Configure Basic Device Settings and Verify Connectivity 178

         Part 3: Configure and Verify SSH Access on S1 180

         Part 4: Configure and Verify Security Features on S1 182

         Reflection 186

         Router Interface Summary Table 186 Lab–Switch Trio 187

         Objective 187

         Scenario 187

         Reflection 187 Packet Tracer–Skills Integration Challenge 188

         Topology 188

         Addressing Table 188

         Scenario 188

         Requirements 188

 Chapter 6 VLANs 191

     Study Guide 192

     VLAN Segmentation 192

         Overview of VLANs 192

         VLANs in a Multiswitched Environment 193

     VLAN Implementations 194

         VLAN Configuration Exercise 194

         Practice VLAN Configuration 198

         VLAN Trunk Configuration Exercise 198

         Packet Tracer Exercise 6-1: Configuring VLANs and Trunking 199

         Troubleshoot VLANs and Trunks 199

     Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration 201

         Types of Inter-VLAN Routing 201

         Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing 202

         Packet Tracer Exercise 6-2: Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing 204

     Labs and Activities 205

     Command Reference 205

     Lab–Vacation Station 206

         Objective 206

         Scenario 206

         Reflection 207 Packet Tracer–Who Hears the Broadcast? 208

         Topology 208

         Objectives 208

         Scenario 208

         Part 1: Observe Broadcast Traffic in a VLAN Implementation 208

         Part 2: Complete Review Questions 209

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 209 Packet Tracer–Investigating a VLAN Implementation 210

         Topology 210

         Addressing Table 210

         Objectives 211

         Background 211

         Part 1: Observe Broadcast Traffic in a VLAN Implementation 211

         Part 2: Observe Broadcast Traffic without VLANs 212

         Part 3: Complete Reflection Questions 212

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 213 Packet Tracer–Configuring VLANs 214

         Topology 214

         Addressing Table 214

         Objectives 214

         Background 214

         Part 1: View the Default VLAN Configuration 215

         Part 2: Configure VLANs 215

         Part 3: Assign VLANs to Ports 216

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 216 Packet Tracer–Configuring Trunks 217

         Topology 217

     Addressing Table 217

         Objectives 217

         Background 217

         Part 1: Verify VLANs 218

         Part 2: Configure Trunks 218

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 219 Lab–Configuring VLANs and Trunking 220

         Topology 220

         Addressing Table 220

         Objectives 220

         Background/Scenario 220

         Required Resources 221

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 221

         Part 2: Create VLANs and Assign Switch Ports 222

         Part 3: Maintain VLAN Port Assignments and the VLAN Database 225

         Part 4: Configure an 802.1Q Trunk Between the Switches 227

         Part 5: Delete the VLAN Database 230

         Reflection 231 Packet Tracer–Troubleshooting a VLAN Implementation Scenario 1 232

         Topology 232

         Addressing Table 232

         Objectives 232

         Scenario 232

         Part 1: Test Connectivity Between PCs on the Same VLAN 233

         Part 2: Investigate Connectivity Problems by Gathering Data 233

         Part 3: Implement the Solution and Test Connectivity 234

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 234 Packet Tracer–Troubleshooting a VLAN Implementation Scenario 2 235

         Topology 235

         Addressing Table 235

         VLAN and Port Assignments 235

         Objectives 236

         Background 236

         Part 1: Discover and Document Issues in the Network 236

         Documentation 236

         Part 2: Implement the Solution and Test Connectivity 236

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 236 Lab–Troubleshooting VLAN Configurations 237

         Topology 237

         Addressing Table 237

         Switch Port Assignment Specifications 237

         Objectives 237

         Background/Scenario 238

         Required Resources 238

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 238

         Part 2: Troubleshoot VLAN 10 240

         Part 3: Troubleshoot VLAN 20 241

         Reflection 242 Lab–Configuring Per-Interface Inter-VLAN Routing 243

         Topology 243

         Addressing Table 243

         Objectives 243

         Background/Scenario 244

         Required Resources 244

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 244

         Part 2: Configure Switches with VLANs and Trunking 245

         Part 3: Verify Trunking, VLANs, Routing, and Connectivity 246

         Reflection 246

         Router Interface Summary Table 247

         Appendix A: Configuration Commands 247

         Switch S1 247

         Switch S2 248 Packet Tracer–Configuring Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing 249

         Topology 249

         Addressing Table 249

         Objectives 249

         Scenario 249

         Part 1: Test Connectivity Without Inter-VLAN Routing 249

         Part 2: Add VLANs to a Switch 250

         Part 3: Configure Subinterfaces 251

         Part 4: Test Connectivity with Inter-VLAN Routing 251

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 251 Lab–Configuring 802.1Q Trunk-Based Inter-VLAN Routing 252

         Topology 252

         Addressing Table 252

         Switch Port Assignment Specifications 253

         Objectives 253

         Background/Scenario 253

         Required Resources 253

         Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 254

         Part 2: Configure Switches with VLANs and Trunking 255

         Part 3: Configure Trunk-Based Inter-VLAN Routing 256

         Reflection 257

         Router Interface Summary Table 257

         Appendix A–Configuration Commands 257

         Switch S1 257

         Switch S2 258

         Router R1 258 Packet Tracer–Inter-VLAN Routing Challenge 259

         Topology 259

         Addressing Table 259

         VLAN and Port Assignments Table 259

         Scenario 260

         Requirements 260 Lab–The Inside Track 261

         Objective 261

         Scenario 261

         Resources 261

         Directions 261 Packet Tracer–Skills Integration Challenge 263

         Topology 263

         Addressing Table 263

         VLAN Table 263

         Scenario 264

         Requirements 264

 Chapter 7 Access Control Lists 265

     Study Guide 266

     ACL Operation 266

         Calculating Wildcard Masks 266

         Wildcard Mask in Operation 267

         Guidelines for ACL Creation 268

         Guidelines for ACL Placement 268

     Standard IPv4 ACLs 269

         Configuring Standard IPv4 ACLs 269

         Modifying IPv4 ACLs 272

         Securing vty Ports with a Standard IPv4 ACL 272

     Troubleshoot ACLs 273

     Labs and Activities 274

     Command Reference 274 Permit Me to Assist You 275

         Objective 275

         Scenario 275

         Reflection 275 Packet Tracer–Access Control List Demonstration 276

         Topology 276

         Objectives 276

         Background 276

         Part 1: Verify Local Connectivity and Test Access Control List 276

         Part 2: Remove ACL and Repeat Test 277

         Suggested Scoring Rubric 278 Packet Tracer–Configuring Numbered Standard IPv4 ACLs 279

         Topology 279

         Addressing Table 279

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