Thursday, March 3, 2016

CCNAv2 Completed Packet Tracer

Hello, and welcome to my blog for CCNA.
Please read all of the text before downloading.
Below you will find completed PT / PDF files:


This packet tracer is the first packet tracer for Chapter 6, which is static routing.
Below are the commands (with a tutorial) if you don't want to download.

Packet Tracer Tutorial: Explanation and Commands

R1 IP: /26 ,
R3 IP: /25 ,

To solve the PT, we have to write down to provided IP addresses (I wrote them above) and calculate it by yourselves. If you have trouble, look for "CCNA 2 Notes - Routing Summations", it should be before this post.

Note that router one is recursive, so when we add the information about next-hop, go go to router R1 and add as follows:

Diagnostic / Basic Commands
R1> en
R1# show ip route
R1# conf t

Configuration Commands
R1(config)# ip route
R1(config)# ex 

*** Pay particular attention to the addressing table, note that this route should directly point to S0/0/0 of R2.

Exit then close R1s configuration, open R3. 
Note that R3 is directly connected, so we will configure and add an outgoing interface for the router.

Diagnostic / Basic Commands
R3> en
R3# conf t

Configuration Commands
R3(config)# ip route s0/0/1
R3(config)# ex

*** Pay attention to why we used an interface over an address on R3 for the ip route command. Like previously stated, it already has a direct connection, therefor we can use an interface over an address to obtain a functioning, working route.


  1. what version of PT are you using? it says that it is not compatible with the version of my PT. I tried using 6.2,6.1,5.3.3 and 5.3.2 but still not compatible

    1. Rever0lf,

      This packet tracer should be version 6.3.0, you may get a free download of it from the netacad website if it still available for you. Here is the packet tracer opened on my computer if it's any help to you--


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