Ejercicios De Packet Tracer Resueltos Ccna 2l
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interface fastethernet0/23 switchport mode trunk channel-group 3 mode active channel-group 3 mode active channel-group 2 mode active channel-group 2 mode active channel-group 1 mode active channel-group 1 mode active channel-group 0 mode active channel-group 0 mode active channel-group link-local mode active
interface serial0/0 ipv6 address 2001:db8:c0de:12:1/64 ipv6 address 2001:db8:c0de:13:1/64 ipv6 address fe80::2 link-local ipv6 address 2001:db8:c0de:11:1/64 ipv6 address fe80::1 link-local ipv6 address 2001:db8:c0de:13:1/64
ejercicios de packet tracer resueltos ccna 2l
note: the routers used with ccna hands-on labs are cisco 1 941 integrated services routers (isrs) with cisco ios release 1 5.2(4)m3 (universalk9 image). the switches used are cisco catalyst 2960s with cisco ios release 1 5.0(2) (lanbasek9 image). other routers, switches, and cisco ios versions can be used. depending on the model and cisco ios version, the commands available and output produced might vary from what is shown in this lab. refer to the router interface summary table at the end of the lab for the correct interface identifiers and cisco image release information.
what is the meaning of the [up/up] part of the outputthe [up/up] status reflects the layer 1 and layer 2 status of the interface and does not rely on layer 3 for status.c. on pc-b, change its configuration so that it no longer has a static ipv6 address. you may have to reboot the machine. then, issue the ipconfig command on pc-b to examine the ipv6 configuration.what is the ipv6 address assigned to pc-banswers will vary, in this case (packet tracer) is: 2001:db8:acad::1/64what is the default gateway assigned to pc-b
a. attach the devices as shown in the topology diagram, and cable as necessary.b. power on all the devices in the topology.step 2: initialize and reload the router and switch.part 2: configure devices and verify connectivitystep 1: configure the pc interfaces. configure the ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway settings on pc-a.b. configure the ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway settings on pc-b.step 2: configure the router.open configuration windowa. console into the router and enable privileged exec mode. enter configuration mode.router>enable router#config terminalc. assign a device name to the router.d. set the routers domain name as ccna-lab.com.
a. configure the router to use a private ip address in the subnet that is not being used by any other hosts on the network.b. set the default gateway for the router interface to the ip address of the private ip address that is to be used by the pc’s. use an ip subnet mask of 255.255.0.step 2: configure the ip switch interfaces. attach the ccna cable to the pc’s and the router. power on the cisco catalyst 2960s switch.step 3: set the ip addresses of the switch and the router interface that is connected to the switch.step 4: test the network connectivity. attach the 10.4.3 packet tracer terminal application to the pc-b. (the 10.3 terminal application comes with the ccna lab kit.)b. connect the 10.3 terminal application to the pc-b.c. connect the router and switch interfaces as shown in the topology diagram.d. if the switch interfaces are already set up for the network, skip this step. if not, follow the instructions for the switch interface that is not connected to the router interface.step 5: execute the ping or traceroute command to the router and verify the connectivity.a. if the ping fails, execute the following:router>ping 192.168.1.71step 6: repeat the previous step to test the gateway that was configured on the router interface.2.0step 7: verify the subnet mask of the switch interface that is connected to the router interface. if the subnet mask is correct, execute the following:router>sh ip interface briefstep 8: repeat the previous step to verify the subnet mask of the switch interface that is not connected to the router interface. if the subnet mask is correct, execute the following:router>sh ip interface briefstep 9: if the subnet mask is incorrect, reset the interface and verify the correct subnet mask is set.router>no ip address interface briefrouter#config terminalrouter>config interface briefstep 10: verify the default gateway of the switch interface that is connected to the router interface. if the default gateway is incorrect, execute the following:router>show ip routestep 11: repeat the previous step to verify the default gateway of the switch interface that is not connected to the router interface. if the default gateway is incorrect, execute the following:router>show ip routestep 12: verify that the default gateway of the router interface is correct.router>show ip routestep 13: repeat the previous step to verify the ip address of the router interface.