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  • Copyright 2018
  • Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 10-7/8"
  • Pages: 320
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 1-58713-429-2
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-58713-429-6

The only authorized Lab Manual for the Cisco Networking Academy Connecting Networks course in the CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum


Each chapter of this book is divided into a Study Guide section followed by a Lab section.


The Study Guide section offers exercises that help you learn the concepts, configurations, and troubleshooting skills crucial to your success as a CCNA R&S exam candidate. Each chapter is slightly different and includes some or all the following types of exercises:


  • Vocabulary Matching Exercises
  • Concept Questions Exercises
  • Skill-Building Activities and Scenarios
  • Configuration Scenarios
  • Packet Tracer Exercises
  • Troubleshooting Scenarios


The Labs & Activities include all the online course Labs and Packet Tracer activity instructions. If applicable, this section begins with a Command Reference that you will complete to highlight all the commands introduced in the chapter.

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Table of Contents

    Introduction xxii
Chapter 1 WAN Concepts 1
    WAN Technologies Overview 1
        Network Types and Their Evolving WAN Needs 1
        WAN Operations and Terminology 1
    Selecting a WAN Technology 3
        Varieties of WAN Link Connections 3
        Private and Public WAN Access Options 4
    Labs and Activities 6
    1.0.1.2 Class Activity—Branching Out 7
        Objective 7
        Scenario 7
        Resources 7
    1.2.4.3 Lab—Researching WAN Technologies 9
        Objectives 9
        Background/Scenario 9
        Required Resources 9
        Part 1: Investigate Dedicated WAN Technologies and Providers 9
        Part 2: Investigate a Dedicated Leased Line Service Provider in Your Area 10
        Reflection 12
    1.3.1.1 Class Activity—WAN Device Modules 13
        Objective 13
        Scenario 13
        Resources 13
        Directions 13
Chapter 2 Point-to-Point Connections 15
    Serial Point-to-Point Overview 15
        Serial Communications 15
        WAN Protocols 15
        HDLC Encapsulation 16
        HDLC Configuration and Troubleshooting 16
        Troubleshooting Serial Interfaces 16
    PPP Operation 17
        PPP Components 17
        PPP Sessions 19
    Configure PPP 21
        Basic PPP Configuration with Options 21
        PPP Authentication 23
        PAP Configuration 24
        CHAP Configuration 25
        Packet Tracer Exercise 2-1: PPP Implementation 25
    Troubleshoot WAN Connectivity 25
    Labs and Activities 27
    Command Reference 27
    2.0.1.2 Class Activity—PPP Persuasion 28
        Objectives 28
        Scenario 28
        Resources 28
    2.1.2.5 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Serial Interfaces 29
        Topology 29
        Addressing Table 29
        Objectives 29
        Scenario 29
        Part 1: Diagnose and Repair the Physical Layer 30
        Part 2: Diagnose and Repair the Data Link Layer 30
        Part 3: Diagnose and Repair the Network Layer 31
    2.3.2.6 Packet Tracer—Configuring PAP and CHAP Authentication 32
        Topology 32
        Addressing Table 32
        Objectives 32
        Background 33
        Part 1: Review Routing Configurations 33
        Part 2: Configure PPP as the Encapsulation Method 33
        Part 3: Configure PPP Authentication 34
    2.3.2.7 Lab—Configuring Basic PPP with Authentication 35
        Topology 35
        Addressing Table 35
        Objectives 36
        Background/Scenario 36
        Required Resources 36
        Part 1: Configure Basic Device Settings 36
        Part 2: Configure PPP Encapsulation 37
        Part 3: Configure PPP CHAP Authentication 46
        Reflection 51
        Router Interface Summary Table 51
    2.4.1.4 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting PPP with Authentication 52
        Topology 52
        Addressing Table 52
        Objectives 52
        Scenario 53
        Part 1: Diagnose and Repair the Physical Layer 53
        Part 2: Diagnose and Repair the Data Link Layer 53
        Part 3: Diagnose and Repair the Network Layer 55
    2.4.1.5 Lab—Troubleshooting Basic PPP with Authentication 56
        Topology 56
        Addressing Table 56
        Objectives 57
        Background/Scenario 57
        Required Resources 57
        Part 1: Build the Network and Load Device Configurations 57
        Part 2: Troubleshoot the Data Link Layer 60
        Part 3: Troubleshoot the Network Layer 62
        Router Interface Summary Table 63
    2.5.1.1 Class Activity—PPP Validation 64
        Objective 64
        Scenario 64
    Resources 64
    2.5.1.2 Packet Tracer—Skills Integration Challenge 66
        Topology 66
        Addressing Table 66
        Background 67
        Requirements 67
Chapter 3 Branch Connections 69
    Broadband Connections 69
        Cable 69
        DSL 70
        Broadband Wireless 71
    Select a Broadband Solution Connection 72
    PPPoE 72
        PPPoE Overview 72
        Configuring PPPoE 73
    VPNs 74
        Fundamentals of VPNs 74
        Types of VPNs 75
    GRE 76
        Fundamentals of Generic Routing Encapsulation 76
        Configuring GRE Tunnels 77
        Packet Tracer Exercise 3-1: GRE Implementation 78
    eBGP 79
        BGP Overview 79
        eBGP Branch Configuration 79
        Packet Tracer Exercise 3-2: BGP Branch Configuration 80
        Requirements 81
    Labs and Activities 82
    Command Reference 82
    3.0.1.2 Class Activity—Broadband Varieties 83
        Objective 83
        Scenario 83
        Resources 83
    3.1.2.2 Lab—Researching Broadband Internet Access Technologies 84
        Objectives 84
        Background/Scenario 84
        Required Resources 84
        Part 1: Investigate Broadband Distribution 84
        Part 2: Research Broadband Access Options for Specific Scenarios 87
        Reflection 89
    3.2.2.7 Lab—Configuring a Router as a PPPoE Client for DSL Connectivity 90
        Topology 90
        Addressing Table 90
        Objectives 90
        Background/Scenario 90
        Required Resources 91
        Part 1: Build the Network 91
        Part 2: Configure the ISP Router 91
        Part 3: Configure the Cust1 Router 92
        Reflection 94
        Router Interface Summary Table 94
    3.2.2.8 Lab—Troubleshoot PPPoE 95
        Topology 95
        Addressing Table 95
        Objectives 95
        Background/Scenario 95
        Required Resources 96
        Part 1: Build the Network 96
        Part 2: Troubleshoot PPPoE on Cust1 97
        Reflection 100
        Router Interface Summary Table 101
    3.4.2.4 Packet Tracer—Configuring GRE 102
        Topology 102
        Addressing Table 102
        Objectives 102
        Scenario 102
        Part 1: Verify Router Connectivity 103
        Part 2: Configure GRE Tunnels 103
        Part 3: Verify Router Connectivity 104
    3.4.2.5 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting GRE 105
        Topology 105
        Addressing Table 105
        Objectives 105
        Scenario 105
        Part 1: Find and Correct All Network Errors 106
        Part 2: Verify Connectivity 106
    3.4.2.6 Lab—Configuring a Point-to-Point GRE VPN Tunnel 107
        Topology 107
        Addressing Table 107
        Objectives 108
        Background/Scenario 108
        Required Resources 108
        Part 1: Configure Basic Device Settings 108
        Part 2: Configure a GRE Tunnel 109
        Part 3: Enable Routing over the GRE Tunnel 111
        Reflection 112
        Router Interface Summary Table 113
    3.5.3.5 Packet Tracer—Configure and Verify eBGP 114
        Topology 114
        Objectives 114
        Background/Scenario 114
        Address Table 114
    3.5.3.5 Lab—Configure and Verify eBGP 116
        Topology 116
        Addressing Table 116
        Objectives 116
        Background/Scenario 116
        Required Resources 116
        Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 117
        Part 2: Configure eBGP on R2 117
        Part 3: Verify eBGP Configuration 118
        Reflection 119
        Router Interface Summary Table 120
    3.6.1.1 Class Activity—VPN Planning Design 121
        Objective 121
        Scenario 121
        Resources 121
    3.6.1.2 Packet Tracer—Skills Integration Challenge 122
        Topology 122
        Addressing Table 122
        Background/Scenario 123
        Requirements 123
    3.6.1.3 Lab—Configure a Branch Connection 125
        Topology 125
        Addressing Table 125
        Objectives 125
        Background/Scenario 126
        Required Resources 126
        Part 1: Build the Network and Load Device Configurations 126
        Part 2: Configure a PPPoE Client Connection 128
        Part 3: Configure a GRE Tunnel 129
        Part 4: Configure BGP over PPPoE and BGP over a GRE Tunnel 130
        Router Interface Summary Table 131
Chapter 4 Access Control Lists 133
    ACL Operation 133
        Guidelines for ACL Creation 134
        Calculating Wildcard Masks 134
        Wildcard Mask in Operation 135
        Standard Versus Extended IPv4 ACLs 136
        Guidelines for ACL Placement 136
    Standard IPv4 ACLs 137
        Configuring Standard IPv4 ACLs 137
        Modifying IPv4 ACLs 140
    Extended IPv4 ACLs 141
        Configuring Extended IPv4 ACL Statements 141
        Extended ACL Configuration Scenarios 141
        Evaluating Extended IPv4 ACL Statements 142
        Extended ACL Quiz 144
    IPv6 ACLs 146
        Comparing IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs 146
        Configuring IPv6 ACLs 146
    Troubleshoot ACLs 147
    Labs and Activities 149
    Command Reference 149
    4.1.3.5 Packet Tracer—Configure Standard IPv4 ACLs 150
        Topology 150
        Addressing Table 150
        Objectives 151
        Background/Scenario 151
        Part 1: Configure a Standard IPv4 ACL to Restrict Access to the Pink LAN 151
        Part 2: Configure a Standard IPv4 ACL to Restrict Access to the Blue LAN 152
        Part 3: Configure a Named Standard IPv4 ACL 152
        Reflection 153
    4.2.2.10 Packet Tracer—Configuring Extended ACLs—Scenario 1 154
        Topology 154
        Addressing Table 154
        Objectives 154
        Background/Scenario 154
        Part 1: Configure, Apply, and Verify an Extended Numbered ACL 154
        Part 2: Configure, Apply, and Verify an Extended Named ACL 157
    4.2.2.11 Packet Tracer—Configuring Extended ACLs—Scenario 2 158
        Topology 158
        Addressing Table 158
        Objectives 158
        Background/Scenario 158
        Part 1: Configure, Apply, and Verify an Extended Numbered ACL 158
        Part 2: Reflection Questions 160
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 160
    4.2.2.12 Packet Tracer—Configuring Extended ACLs—Scenario 3 161
        Topology 161
        Addressing Table 161
        Objectives 161
        Background/Scenario 161
        Part 1: Configure a Named Extended ACL 161
        Part 2: Apply and Verify the Extended ACL 163
    4.2.2.13 Lab—Configuring and Verifying Extended ACLs 164
        Topology 164
        Addressing Table 164
        Objectives 165
        Background/Scenario 165
        Required Resources 165
        Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices 166
        Part 2: Configure Devices and Verify Connectivity 166
        Part 3: Configure and Verify Extended Numbered and Named ACLs 168
        Part 4: Modify and Verify Extended ACLs 170
        Reflection 171
        Router Interface Summary Table 172
    4.3.2.6 Packet Tracer—Configuring IPv6 ACLs 173
        Topology 173
        Addressing Table 173
        Objectives 173
        Part 1: Configure, Apply, and Verify an IPv6 ACL 173
        Part 2: Configure, Apply, and Verify a Second IPv6 ACL 174
    4.3.2.7 Lab—Configuring and Verifying IPv6 ACLs 175
        Topology 175
        Addressing Table 175
        Objectives 176
        Background/Scenario 176
        Required Resources 176
        Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices 176
        Part 2: Configure Devices and Verify Connectivity 176
        Part 3: Configure and Verify IPv6 ACLs 180
        Part 4: Edit IPv6 ACLs 181
        Reflection 182
        Router Interface Summary Table 183
    4.4.2.9 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting IPv4 ACLs 184
        Topology 184
        Addressing Table 184
        Objectives 184
        Scenario 185
        Part 1: Troubleshoot ACL Issue 1 185
        Part 2: Troubleshoot ACL Issue 2 185
        Part 3: Troubleshoot ACL Issue 3 186
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 186
    4.4.2.10 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting IPv6 ACLs 187
        Topology 187
        Addressing Table 187
        Objectives 187
        Scenario 188
        Part 1: Troubleshoot HTTP Access 188
        Part 2: Troubleshoot FTP Access 189
        Part 3: Troubleshoot SSH Access 189
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 190
    4.4.2.11 Lab—Troubleshooting ACL Configuration and Placement 191
        Topology 191
        Addressing Table 192
        Objectives 192
        Background/Scenario 192
        Required Resources 193
        Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 194
        Part 2: Troubleshoot Internal Access 196
        Part 3: Troubleshoot Remote Access 198
        Part 4: Troubleshoot IPv6 ACL 199
        Reflection 200
        Router Interface Summary Table 201
    4.5.1.1 Packet Tracer—Skills Integration Challenge 202
        Topology 202
        Addressing Table 202
        Scenario 203
        Requirements 203
Chapter 5 Network Security and Monitoring 205
    LAN Security 205
        Common Security Attacks 206
        LAN Attack Mitigation 206
    SNMP 207
        SNMP Operation 207
        Configuring SNMP v2c 209
        Configuring SNMP v3 210
    Cisco Switch Port Analyzer 211
        SPAN Terminology 211
        SPAN Configuration 212
    Labs and Activities 213
    Command Reference 213
    5.0.1.2 Class Activity—Network Maintenance Development 214
        Objective 214
        Scenario 214
        Resources 214
        Directions 214
    5.2.1.9 Lab—Researching Network Monitoring Software 215
        Objectives 215
        Background/Scenario 215
        Required Resources 215
        Part 1: Survey Your Understanding of Network Monitoring 215
        Part 2: Research Network Monitoring Tools 215
        Part 3: Select a Network Monitoring Tool 216
        Reflection 217
    5.2.2.6 Lab—Configuring SNMP 218
        Topology 218
        Addressing Table 218
        Objectives 218
        Background/Scenario 218
        Required Resources 219
        Part 1: Build the Network and Configure Basic Device Settings 219
        Part 2: Configure SNMPv2 Manager and Agent 220
        Part 3: Configure SNMPv3 Manager and Agent 223
        Reflection 227
        Router Interface Summary Table 228
    5.3.2.3 Lab—Implement Local SPAN 229
        Topology 229
        Addressing Table 229
        Objectives 229
        Background/Scenario 229
        Required Resources 230
        Part 1: Build the Network and Verify Connectivity 230
        Part 2: Configure Local SPAN and Capture Copied Traffic with
        Wireshark 231
        Reflection 234
        Router Interface Summary Table 234
    5.3.3.2 Lab—Troubleshoot LAN Traffic Using SPAN 235
        Topology 235
        Addressing Table 235
        Objectives 235
        Background/Scenario 235
        Required Resources 236
        Part 1: Build the Network and Verify Connectivity 236
        Part 2: Configure Local SPAN and Capture Copied Traffic with
        Wireshark 237
        Reflection 240
        Router Interface Summary Table 240
Chapter 6 Quality of Service 241
    QoS Overview 241
        Network Transmission Quality Terminology 242
        Traffic Characteristics 243
        Queuing Algorithms 243
        Queuing Algorithm Characteristics 245
    QoS Mechanisms 246
        QoS Models 246
        QoS Implementation Techniques 246
    Labs and Activities 250
Chapter 7 Network Evolution 251
    Internet of Things 252
    Cloud and Virtualization 252
        Cloud Computing Terminology 253
        Virtualization Terminology 254
    Network Programming 254
        Control and Data Plane 254
        Types of SDN Controllers 255
        APIC-EM Features and Terminology 255
    Labs and Activities 256
Chapter 8 Network Troubleshooting 257
    Troubleshooting Methodology 257
        Network Documentation 257
        Troubleshooting Process 259
    Troubleshooting Scenarios 261
        Using IP SLA 261
        Troubleshooting Tools 262
        Network Troubleshooting and IP Connectivity 263
    Labs and Activities 265
    Command Reference 265
    8.0.1.2 Class Activity—Network Breakdown 266
        Objective 266
        Scenario 266
        Resources 266
        Directions 266
    8.1.1.8 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Challenge—Documenting the Network 267
        Topology 267
        Addressing Table 267
        Objectives 268
        Background/Scenario 268
        Part 1: Test Connectivity 268
        Part 2: Discover PC Configuration Information 268
        Part 3: Discover the Configuration Information of the Default Gateway 269
        Part 4: Discover Routes and Neighbors in the Network 269
        Part 5: Draw the Network Topology 270
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 271
    8.2.1.5 Lab—Configure IP SLA ICMP Echo 272
        Topology 272
        Addressing Table 272
        Objectives 272
        Background/Scenario 272
        Required Resources 273
        Part 1: Build the Network and Verify Connectivity 273
        Part 2: Configure IP SLA ICMP Echo on R1 274
        Part 3: Test and Monitor the IP SLA Operation 274
        Reflection 275
        Router Interface Summary Table 276
    8.2.4.12 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 1 277
        Topology 277
        Addressing Table 277
        Background 278
        Requirements 278
        Troubleshooting Documentation 279
        Verification Documentation 279
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 279
    8.2.4.13 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 2 280
        Topology 280
        Addressing Table 280
    Background 280
        Requirements 281
        Troubleshooting Documentation 281
        Verification Documentation 282
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 282
    8.2.4.14 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 3 283
        Topology 283
        Addressing Table 283
        Background 284
        Requirements 284
        Troubleshooting Documentation 285
        Verification Documentation 285
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 285
    8.2.4.15 Packet Tracer—Troubleshooting Challenge—Using Documentation to Solve Issues 286
        Topology 286
        Addressing Table 286
        Objectives 287
        Scenario 287
        Part 1: Gather Documentation 287
        Part 2: Test Connectivity 287
        Part 3: Gather Data and Implement Solutions 288
        Part 4: Test Connectivity 288
        Suggested Scoring Rubric 289
    8.3.1.1 Class Activity—Documentation Development 290
        Objective 290
        Scenario 290
        Resources 290
        Topology 292
        Addressing Table 292
        VLAN Configurations and Port Mappings 293
        Scenario 293
        Requirements 293
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