Posts Tagged ‘VLAN’

Free CCNA Lab Configuring VLANs

Switching has become the standard for most company internal network infrastructure as each port maintains its own collision domain, and with the advent of VLANs further allow the engineer to segment the network into multiple, smaller broadcast domains. As a Cisco engineer, as well as in the Cisco CCNA exam, you will need to know […]

Basic Router Switch Configuration Lab

You have just acquired a new router and or switch and you need to configure it to use in you network. To do this you will need to gain access to the device console. This can be done by two methods; they are referred to as in-band and out-of-band management. In-band management uses telnet to […]

Basic Wireless Configuration

The increasing need for easy access to a company network and internet has via mobile devices has increased the popularity of wireless network and therefore increased the need for trained engineers to design and implement this new technology.  

Basic VLSM Packet Tracer Activity

Understanding and being able to configure VLSM is essential part of today’s network engineers duties as well as an important part of the CCNA exam.  In this Free CCNA Lab we will use Cisco’s Packet Tracer to model a small network that will demonstrate how to design and configure VLSM to subnet a single network […]

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