Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Below are the answers to review questions for IT2 Networking (NOT CCNA; THE NETWORKING PORTION OF ITE), most of which are questions about IP addresses and technical vocabulary. Click here to test your knowledge on basic security terms: Quizlet Link The answers to this test are below. Click on the link below to see them. Remember, if you need to study these terms please do not cheat. You'll only be cheating yourself!
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Below are the answers to review questions for IT2 Security, most of which are general terminology. Click here to test your knowledge on basic security terms: https://quizlet.com/140081649/test The answers to this test are below. Click on the link below to see them. Remember, if you need to study these terms please do not cheat. You'll only be cheating yourself!
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Below are two practice quia review "tests" we took to start final review. These tests were on ACLs. There were two parts to the test, the latter coming from the (CCNA 2) Chapter 9 EXAM. If you came here and you're looking for the Chapter 9 exam, click here to be redirected. Click here if you'd like to take this test: http://goo.gl/forms/JeN2LVK5jUPVbndg2 The answers to this test are below. Click on the link below to see them.
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. As the finals approach for many CCNA courses, most will be given a packet tracer. For many classes, there is no prior studying for the packet tracer other than a RSE or case study. Our instructor is (thankfully) giving us prior information on these packet tracers. Below is (for the most part) the general overview over the topics we'll be tasked with on the actual final.
The final exam (packet tracer) will cover the following topics:
General configuration with passwords, hostnames, and generally overall things we've done over the year.
Designing & Implementing IPv4 Addresses
IPv4 subnetting and implementation of IP addresses to the packet tracer.
Basically the point above.
Security, in the terms of: SSH configuration, shutting down unneeded ports, passwords, encryption, login, block-for, banner motd (yeah, it counts oddly enough), etc.
Switch Interface Configuration
Switch configuration is (for the most part) configured on the Cisco Packet Tracer, though we'll need to do some of it ourselves.
TFTP was done before, I will edit this bullet when I find it.
Testing your Solutions
After completion, it is strongly suggested-- if not required-- that you test your solution.
General Device Configuration
Routers, switches, PCs, and all other devices-- as expected-- will be configured by us. This is nothing new. Just a point we had to talk about.
The final exam (questions) come from all Cisco Exam tests we've taken before (in CCNA 2). To our knowledge, all questions from the final are derived from the 5.0 version. 6.0 is for IT2/IT.
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Over the following week, both the primary and secondary author will be editing ALL past posts (and new ones) with page-breaks to not make the blog home-page a massive wall of text.
A page break is this thing-- you won't be able to see anything under it without clicking on the line below it / opening the blog post itself.
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Packet Tracer Details: In this lab, you will configure the network topology with OSPFv3 routing, assign router IDs, configure passive interfaces, and use a number of CLI commands to display and verify OSPFv3 routing information. As well as basic configuration of routers (IP address assignment, passwords, etc). Note: This is a custom packet tracer. Note: This packet tracer is used in the "OSPF for IPv6" Tutorial.
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Below is the tutorial for the RSE Packet Tracer (Final / Practice) for CCNA2, detailing both versions of this packet tracer. There is no download, as both of these are online only. The formatting for this packet tracer is slightly odd, though I think you'll adjust.
This packet tracer includes both Version 1 (HQ, Site 1, Site 2, etc), as well as Version 2 (Central, Police, Fire, etc). This tutorial is mostly just the commands with text spaced everywhere. Please read version 1 and version 2 for any errors, as version 1 received only a score short of 100 (94). Check version 2 as well.
ITE2 / IT2 - Practice Final Exam Below are the answers to the IT2 final (practice) exam. If there is an incorrect answer, please correct it in the comments. To read the following exam, click the link below.
Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy. Due to subnetting being a conundrum for our classmates, I feel that a tutorial is needed for both them and anyone else who visits this. Noah has a better footing with subnetting, so he'll be the author of this tutorial.