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AGENDA day one IOS review (using lab #1) OSI review and example questions VLSM and basic routing (lab #2) Network protocols review CCNA FastTrack CCNA.

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3 AGENDA day one IOS review (using lab #1) OSI review and example questions VLSM and basic routing (lab #2) Network protocols review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Routing review (lab#4) KCC 18th August 2002

4 AGENDA day two Switching and bridging (lab #6 and 7) Example questions More routing and access lists (lab #3) Example questions WAN technologies (lab # 5) CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack More example questions KCC 18th August 2002

5 Progress CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack IOS Fundamentals OSI Layers Bridges & Switches Network Protocols Routing Access Lists WAN and design Site specific items BEFORE TRAINING AFTER DAY ONE AFTER DAY TWO KCC 18th August 2002

6 CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack IOS REVIEW lab#1 RTR-2 RTR-1 Se0 L0 E0 L / /24 TFTP server / / / /30 Static route for /24 via Static route for /24 via KCC 18th August 2002

7 IOS REVIEW CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack CLI Password configuration For VTY, Console and Aux ports Key sequence for edit and buffer recall etc CDP defaults and configuration Banner MOTD command use and editing Router memory types and use Flash IOS and config file control etc Show commands for CCNA Logging messages Know defaults and how to change KCC 18th August 2002

8 Example IOS questions; What is used to set the routers boot procedure A command register B flash register C config register D boot status register What is the command to enable CDP on an interface A enable cdp B cdp enable C cdp run D run cdp E cdp What information can be obtained from CDP A neighbor memory size B neighbor address C neighbor platform D neighbor IOS version E neighbor routing protocols What is the command to remove the starting configuration A clear start-up B write erase C erase memory D erase startup-config E clear memory Which command would be used to copy IOS to flash A copy flash tftp B copy tftp flash C copy mem flash D write memory Where are router syslog messages sent by default A null B aux port and console port C console port D syslog server CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002

9 OSI REVIEW APPLICATION PRESENTATION SESSION TRANSPORT NETWORK DATA PHYSICAL CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002

10 Example OSI questions Which layer of the OSI model covers Frame Relay A Layer 5 (session) B Layer 2 (data) C Layer 3 (network) D Layer 4 (transport) What OSI layer covers acknowledgement and sequencing A Layer 5 (session) B Layer 3 (network) C Layer 2 (data) D Layer 4 (transport) E Layer 1 (physical) NetBIOS operates at OSI layer A Layer 1 (physical) B Layer 2 (data) C Layer 3 (network) D Layer 4 (transport) E Layer 5 (session) Which protocols are routable A NetBIOS B IP C SNA D Appletalk E IPX Which OSI layer does CDP operate A Layer 1 (physical) B Layer 2 (data) C Layer 3 (network) D Layer 4 (transport) Which OSI layer does a bridge operate A Layer 6 (presentation) B Layer 5 (session) C Layer 4 (transport) D Layer 3 (network) E Layer 2 (data) CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002

11 VLSM & Basic Routing lab #2 CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack EIGRP CLASSLESS ROUTING Add loopbacks as per diagram Configure EIGRP 10 Remove static routes Change EIGRP from default to enable connectivity Add other networks to EIGRP RIP Version 1 CLASSFULL ROUTING Add RIP v1 & view routing table Remove EIGRP 10 Ref: Lab #2 diagram KCC 18th August 2002

12 Network Protocols Reminder CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack DATAFRAME HEADER FRAME TYPE #0800 = IP content identification total packet length versionhdr lengthTOS flagsfragment offset destination address options (variable length)padding d a t a TTLprotocol #header checksums source address IP PACKET TYPE FIELD if Ethernet DIX (Ethernet II) header format LENGTH FIELD if IEEE Ethernet KCC 18th August 2002

13 Network Protocols Reminder FTP DATAFTP HEADER TCP DATATCP HEADER IP DATAIP HEADER DATAFRAME HEADER DATA SIGNALPreamble FRAME PACKET SEGMENT PORT # 21 = FTP content PROTOCOL #6 = TCP content TYPE #0800 = IP content CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002

14 Network Routing Protocols Review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack ProtocolIPX-RIPRIP v1RIP v2IGRPEIGRPOSPF Admin distance VLSM update metric method Auto summary Loop prevention KCC 18th August 2002

15 Routing lab #4 CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Ref: Lab #4 Erase Configuration Password Recovery HSRP (Hot Standby Router Protocol) IGRP CLASSFULL ROUTING KCC 18th August 2002

16 VLSM and Basic Routing REVIEW CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack VLSM and network masks etc Routing configuration commands Classless routing (EIGRP, OSPF, RIP v2) Classfull routing (RIP v1, IGRP) Distance vector routing protocols defaults Administration distances Routing, static, connected, default route Routing tables, databases and ARP Password recovery Configuration register values KCC 18th August 2002

17 Example VLSM & routing questions Auto summary can be disabled on A EIGRP B RIP v1 C IGRP D RIP v2 What network would provide for 1022 nodes A /24 B /28 C /22 D /22 E /16 In a routing table, routes from EIGRP are marked A E B O C E1 D E2 E D Which command is used to enable RIP routing A router rip 66 B enable rip C rip enable D router rip E set rip enable The default admin distance for IGRP routes is A 90 B 110 C 100 D 120 E 170 Which of the following is NOT on the same subnet A /19 B /19 C /19 D /19 E /19 CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002

18 Switching and Bridging (lab #6 & 7) CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack RTR-2 RTR-1 E /24 TFTP server or 2900 etc 1900 or 2900 etc VLAN 2 VLAN 1 ISL TRUNKS VTP DOMAIN = CCNALAB SW-1 SW-2 KCC 18th August 2002

19 Switching and Bridging Review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack VLANs Broadcast domains/Collision domains Spanning Tree (802.1d/DEC/IBM) VTP modes (server, client, transparent) Trunking (ISL, 802.1q, FDDI, ATM) 1900 IOS quirks Configuration and defaults Switching methods Store and forward Cut through Fragment free KCC 18th August 2002

20 Example switching and bridging questions CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack When two VTP servers in the same domain have different VLAN configurations….. A all conflicting VLANS are disabled B VTP server with highest configuration register overwrites the other switch C VTP server with lowest configuration register over writes the other switch D the domain is partitioned into two What is the correct order for spanning tree start A Forwarding, Listening, Learning, Blocking B Blocking, Listening, Learning, Forwarding C Listening, Blocking, Forwarding, Learning D Learning, Listening, Blocking, Forwarding Which of the following are true A Ethernet addresses are non-canonical B Token Ring address are non-canonical C Ethernet addresses are canonical D Token Ring addresses are canonical What is the default mode for VTP on a 1900 switch A client B transparent C server D passive E none In a network of 9 switches for 2 VLANs, how many route bridges A 9 B 18 C 2 D 8 E 7 Broadcasts are automatically forwarded between VLANs A true B false C depends KCC 18th August 2002

21 Routing and Access Lists CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Ref: Lab #3 OSPF IPX Routing SNMP Access Lists KCC 18th August 2002

22 Access Lists Review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Access Lists number range _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ACL application commands TCP, UDP & IPX port/socket numbers KCC 18th August 2002

23 Example ACL questions CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Valid access list for IPX extended use is…. A B C D What command is used to apply an access list to an interface A access-list apply B access-class C access-group D access E interface-access-list Which line would block Telnet access A access-list 101 deny ip any any eq 23 B access-list 101 deny tcp any any eq 23 C access-list 99 deny tcp any any eq 20 D access-list 99 deny tcp any any eq 21 E access-list 105 deny udp any any eq 23 Valid access list for ip extended is… A B C D E ACLs are processed in the order that they were configured A true B false C depends Which of the following are NOT valid A access-list 801 permit –1 –1 B access-list 101 deny ip any any eq 162 C access-list 801 deny bad –1 D access-list 801 deny –1 bad –1 0 E access-list 199 perm tcp any any eq www KCC 18th August 2002

24 WAN CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack RTR-2 RTR-1 Se0 L0 E0 L / /24 TFTP server / / /___ /28 L /28 L2 L / /28 L2 Frame Relay DLCI 102 DLCI 201 Se1 ISDN ISDN switch type _____________ Frame Relay details; Ref: Lab #5 KCC 18th August 2002

25 Wan Review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Serial defaults Bandwidth Encapsulation DTE/DCE clocking Frame Relay LMI type/DLCI Encapsulation RFC 1490 ISDN BRI R/S/T/U/NT1/NT2 Dialer-list for interesting traffic spid & switch type Debug q921/q931 PRI E1/T1 KCC 18th August 2002

26 Example WAN questions CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack Which authentication mode supports MD5 A PPP B PAP C CHAP D super PAP ISDN U interface is A complete with built in NT1 B requires external NT1 C requires external CSU/DSU D not available in the UK E four wire RJ45 In PPP, what is used to identify a loopback A PAP B CHAP C Link Quality Monitoring D NCP E Magic Numbers Which protocol manages the connection between router and FR A DLCI B FR-manage C LMI D ILMI E OAM Which is/are NOT Frame Relay terms A BECN B FECN C ILMI D DE E DLCI F X.121 What is the default encapsulation on a Cisco serial interface A HDLC B PPP C SLIP D Frame Relay E X.25 KCC 18th August 2002

27 Final Review CCNA FastTrack CCNA FastTrack KCC 18th August 2002


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