Friday, March 4, 2016

CCNAv2 Completed Packet Tracer 6.4.3.4

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

CCNAv2


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



For the commands, this packet tracer is a bit more in depth. We will need to configure the presented routers.
The commands are basic, just route some addresses to an ip/interface, I think it's okay if i don't talk much on this one.  

Commands for (RT): Edge_Router
To save us some space, I'm going to use "ER" as the prefix for the router.
ER> en
ER# conf t
ER(config)# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 s0/0/0
ER(config)# exit
ER# show ip route (use to see your route, test for ip route implementation)
ER# 

Commands for (PC): PC-A
Open command prompt and type:
PC> tracert 10.10.10.1

Then, type:
PC> tracert 198.0.0.10
This is the web servers' IP address.

Resume your ER config.

Commands for (RT): Edge_Router
To save us some space, I'm going to use "ER" as the prefix for the router.
We left off on "show ip route", so lets continue from there.

ER# conf t
ER(config)# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 s0/0/1 5 (Make sure you put 5. 5 is the AD)
ER(config)# end

ER# wr
ER# show running-config

You should find two IP routes underneath "IP Classless" (below VLAN 1)
Now, to test our work, open ER again.

Commands for (RT): Edge_Router
To save us some space, I'm going to use "ER" as the prefix for the router.
We left off on "show running-config", so lets continue from there.

ER# conf t
ER(config)# int s0/0/0
ER(config)# sh

To verify that the default route works, re-enter your tracert commands for PC-A.
End.

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