Assignment 3.1 Ccna Labs 2

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Assignment 3.1
Router Prompt Exercise on page 56
User EXEC router>
Privileged EXEC router#
Global configuration #configure
Line Configuration (config-map-class)#
Interface Configuration (config-if)#
Router Configuration (config-line)#

3-2 Basic Configuration Exercise

1. Router(config)#hostname AUS
2. AUS(config)#enable password class, AUS(config)#enable secret class 3. If both are configures, the enable secret password can be used. The enable password command is ignored. Therefore, you do not need to configure both. The enable password is still supported by the IOS for legacy purposes. 4. AUS(config)#line console 0, AUS(config-line)#password cisco, AUS(config-line)#login, AUS(config-line)#exec-timeout 30 0 < - - optional, AUS(config-line)#logging synchronous < - - optional. 5. AUS(config)#line vty 04, AUS(config-line)#password cisco, AUS(config-line)#login, AUS(config-line)#exec-timeout 30 0 < - - optional, AUS(config-line)#logging synchronous < - - optional. 6. AUS(config)#service password-encryption

7. Service password Encrption is used to encrypt all the passwords  available in the configuration. For ex: if you are having enable password ,pap,chap password in ur configuration.then If you turn on service password encryption it will encrypt all the password.(enable password,pap,chap passwords)     The enable secret command provides better security by storing the enable secret password using a non-reversible cryptographic function. The added layer of security encryption provides is useful in environments where the password crosses the network 8. Router(config)#int s0/0

Router(config-if)#ip address
Router(config-if)#clock rate 56000
Router(config-if)#no shut
Router(config-if)#description Link to ISP

9. Router(config)#int fa0/0
Router(config-if)#description Accounting LAN
Router(config-if)#ip address Router(config-if)#no shut
10. Router(config)# router rip
Router(config-router)# network ip-address
12. show startup-config command
13. Challenge
14. Ping the host

Show Commands Exercise

1. show ip interface brief | exclude unassigned
2. show interfaces
3. (config)=ip route or show ip route
4. Show memory
5. show running-config
6. Flash memory is used to store the images of the IOS and NVRAM is used to store the startup configuration file 7. show history command or individually with the up arrow or ^p command. Once you have examined a previously entered command, you can move forward in the list with the down arrow or ^n command 8. show history command You can also delete the word to the left of the cursor with ^w, or erase the line with ^u.

Finishing the Configuration Exercise

1. Table on content Command Descriptions,cdp holdtime,cdp run,cdp timer,clear counters,clear counters hub,clear counters segment,configure,copy tftp,copy xmodem,databits,debug memory read,debug memory write,delete nvram,description,disable,enable,enable password,end,exit,help,hostname,hub,interface,ip address,ip default-gateway,ip http port,ip http server,ip state,line console,parity,password-thresh Etc…………………….

2. Show interfaces or show running-config
3. Description R1 Fa0/0 is connected to SW1’s FA0/11 interface 4. D
5. Press Return to get started.
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User acess Verification
6. Configure terminal , R1 (config)#ip,R1(config)#^z, R1#pingR2-fa

7. The host table defines a static name-to-address mapping on the router. This host table enables you to Telnet to the router defined in the host table by its name that is defined in the table. To...
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