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Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials Course Booklet (CCNAv7)

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  • Copyright 2020
  • Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 10-7/8"
  • Pages: 384
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-663472-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-663472-0

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Table of Contents

Introduction xxviii
Chapter 1 Basic Device Configuration 1
Introduction - 1.0 1
    Why should I take this module? - 1.0.1 1
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 1.0.2 1
Configure a Switch with Initial Settings - 1.1 1
    Switch Boot Sequence - 1.1.1 1
    The boot system Command - 1.1.2 2
    Switch LED Indicators - 1.1.3 2
    Recovering from a System Crash - 1.1.4 4
    Switch Management Access - 1.1.5 5
    Switch SVI Configuration Example - 1.1.6 5
    Lab: Basic Switch Configuration - 1.1.7 6
Configure Switch Ports - 1.2 7
    Duplex Communication - 1.2.1 7
    Configure Switch Ports at the Physical Layer - 1.2.2 7
    Auto-MDIX - 1.2.3 8
    Switch Verification Commands - 1.2.4 9
    Verify Switch Port Configuration - 1.2.5 9
    Network Access Layer Issues - 1.2.6 10
    Interface Input and Output Errors - 1.2.7 12
    Troubleshooting Network Access Layer Issues - 1.2.8 13
    Syntax Checker - Configure Switch Ports - 1.2.9 13
Secure Remote Access - 1.3 13
    Telnet Operation - 1.3.1 13
    SSH Operation - 1.3.2 14
    Verify the Switch Supports SSH - 1.3.3 14
    Configure SSH - 1.3.4 14
    Verify SSH is Operational - 1.3.5 16
    Packet Tracer - Configure SSH - 1.3.6 16
Basic Router Configuration - 1.4 17
    Configure Basic Router Settings - 1.4.1 17
    Syntax Checker - Configure Basic Router Settings - 1.4.2 18
    Dual Stack Topology - 1.4.3 18
    Configure Router Interfaces - 1.4.4 18
    Syntax Checker - Configure Router Interfaces - 1.4.5 19
    IPv4 Loopback Interfaces - 1.4.6 19
    Packet Tracer - Configure Router Interfaces - 1.4.7 20
Verify Directly Connected Networks - 1.5 20
    Interface Verification Commands - 1.5.1 20
    Verify Interface Status - 1.5.2 20
    Verify IPv6 Link Local and Multicast Addresses - 1.5.3 21
    Verify Interface Configuration - 1.5.4 22
    Verify Routes - 1.5.5 22
    Filter Show Command Output - 1.5.6 24
    Syntax Checker - Filter Show Command Output - 1.5.7 26
    Command History Feature - 1.5.8 26
    Syntax Checker - Command History Features - 1.5.9 26
    Packet Tracer - Verify Directly Connected Networks - 1.5.10 26
    Check Your Understanding - Verify Directly Connected Networks - 1.5.11 27
Module Practice and Quiz - 1.6 27
    Packet Tracer - Implement a Small Network - 1.6.1 27
    Lab - Configure Basic Router Settings - 1.6.2 27
    What did I learn in this module? - 1.6.3 27
Chapter Quiz - Basic Device Configuration 29
Your Chapter Notes 29
Chapter 2 Switching Concepts 31
Introduction - 2.0 31
    Why should I take this module? - 2.0.1 31
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 2.0.2 31
Frame Forwarding - 2.1 31
    Switching in Networking - 2.1.1 31
    The Switch MAC Address Table - 2.1.2 32
    The Switch Learn and Forward Method - 2.1.3 32
    Video - MAC Address Tables on Connected Switches - 2.1.4 33
    Switching Forwarding Methods - 2.1.5 33
    Store-and-Forward Switching - 2.1.6 33
    Cut-Through Switching - 2.1.7 33
    Activity - Switch It! 34
Switching Domains - 2.2 34
    Collision Domains - 2.2.1 34
    Broadcast Domains - 2.2.2 34
    Alleviate Network Congestion - 2.2.3 35
    Check Your Understanding - Switching Domains - 2.2.4 36
Module Practice and Quiz - 2.3 36
    What did I learn in this module? - 2.3.1 36
Chapter Quiz - Switching Concepts 37
Your Chapter Notes 37
Chapter 3 VLANs 39
Introduction - 3.0 39
    Why should I take this module? - 3.0.1 39
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 3.0.2 39
Overview of VLANs - 3.1 39
    VLAN Definitions - 3.1.1 39
    Benefits of a VLAN Design - 3.1.2 40
    Types of VLANs - 3.1.3 41
    Packet Tracer - Who Hears the Broadcast? - 3.1.4 43
    Check Your Understanding - Overview of VLANs - 3.1.5 43
VLANs in a Multi-Switched Environment - 3.2 43
    Defining VLAN Trunks - 3.2.1 43
    Network without VLANs - 3.2.2 43
    Network with VLANs - 3.2.3 43
    VLAN Identification with a Tag - 3.2.4 44
    Native VLANs and 802.1Q Tagging - 3.2.5 44
    Voice VLAN Tagging - 3.2.6 45
    Voice VLAN Verification Example - 3.2.7 46
    Packet Tracer - Investigate a VLAN Implementation - 3.2.8 46
    Check Your Understanding - VLANs in a Multi-Switch Environment - 3.2.9 46
VLAN Configuration - 3.3 46
    VLAN Ranges on Catalyst Switches - 3.3.1 46
    VLAN Creation Commands - 3.3.2 48
    VLAN Creation Example - 3.3.3 48
    VLAN Port Assignment Commands - 3.3.4 48
    VLAN Port Assignment Example - 3.3.5 49
    Data and Voice VLANs - 3.3.6 49
    Data and Voice VLAN Example - 3.3.7 49
    Verify VLAN Information - 3.3.8 50
    Change VLAN Port Membership - 3.3.9 51
    Delete VLANs - 3.3.10 52
    Syntax Checker - VLAN Configuration - 3.3.11 53
    Packet Tracer - VLAN Configuration - 3.3.12 53
VLAN Trunks - 3.4 53
    Trunk Configuration Commands - 3.4.1 53
    Trunk Configuration Example - 3.4.2 54
    Verify Trunk Configuration - 3.4.3 54
    Reset the Trunk to the Default State - 3.4.4 55
    Packet Tracer - Configure Trunks - 3.4.5 56
    Lab - Configure VLANs and Trunking - 3.4.6 57
Dynamic Trunking Protocol - 3.5 57
    Introduction to DTP - 3.5.1 57
    Negotiated Interface Modes - 3.5.2 58
    Results of a DTP Configuration - 3.5.3 58
    Verify DTP Mode - 3.5.4 59
    Packet Tracer - Configure DTP - 3.5.5 59
    Check Your Understanding - Dynamic Trunking Protocol - 3.5.6 59
Module Practice and Quiz - 3.6 59
    Packet Tracer - Implement VLANs and Trunking - 3.6.1 59
    Lab - Implement VLANs and Trunking - 3.6.2 60
    What did I learn in this module? - 3.6.3 60
Chapter Quiz - VLANs 62
Your Chapter Notes 62
Chapter 4 Inter-VLAN Routing 63
Introduction - 4.0 63
    Why should I take this module? - 4.0.1 63
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 4.0.2 63
Inter-VLAN Routing Operation - 4.1 63
    What is Inter-VLAN Routing? - 4.1.1 63
    Legacy Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.1.2 64
    Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.1.3 64
    Inter-VLAN Routing on a Layer 3 Switch - 4.1.4 65
    Check Your Understanding - Inter-VLAN Routing Operation - 4.1.5 66
Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.2 66
    Router-on-a-Stick Scenario - 4.2.1 66
    S1 VLAN and Trunking Configuration - 4.2.2 66
    S2 VLAN and Trunking Configuration - 4.2.3 68
    R1 Subinterface Configuration - 4.2.4 69
    Verify Connectivity Between PC1 and PC2 - 4.2.5 70
    Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing Verification - 4.2.6 71
    Packet Tracer - Configure Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.2.7 73
    Lab - Configure Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.2.8 74
Inter-VLAN Routing using Layer 3 Switches - 4.3 74
    Layer 3 Switch Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.3.1 74
    Layer 3 Switch Scenario - 4.3.2 74
    Layer 3 Switch Configuration - 4.3.3 75
    Layer 3 Switch Inter-VLAN Routing Verification - 4.3.4 76
    Routing on a Layer 3 Switch - 4.3.5 77
    Routing Scenario on a Layer 3 Switch - 4.3.6 77
    Routing Configuration on a Layer 3 Switch - 4.3.7 77
    Packet Tracer - Configure Layer 3 Switching and Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.3.8 80
Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.4 80
    Common Inter-VLAN Issues - 4.4.1 80
    Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing Scenario - 4.4.2 81
    Missing VLANs - 4.4.3 81
    Switch Trunk Port Issues - 4.4.4 84
    Switch Access Port Issues - 4.4.5 85
    Router Configuration Issues - 4.4.6 87
    Check Your Understanding - Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.4.7 89
    Packet Tracer - Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.4.8 89
    Lab - Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.4.9 89
Module Practice and Quiz - 4.5 89
    Packet Tracer - Inter-VLAN Routing Challenge - 4.5.1 89
    Lab - Implement Inter-VLAN Routing - 4.5.2 89
    What did I learn in this module? - 4.5.3 89
Chapter Quiz - Inter-VLAN Routing 92
Your Chapter Notes 92
Chapter 5 STP Concepts 93
Introduction - 5.0 93
    Why should I take this module? - 5.0.1 93
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 5.0.2 93
Purpose of STP - 5.1 94
    Redundancy in Layer 2 Switched Networks - 5.1.1 94
    Spanning Tree Protocol - 5.1.2 94
    STP Recalculation - 5.1.3 94
    Issues with Redundant Switch Links - 5.1.4 94
    Layer 2 Loops - 5.1.5 94
    Broadcast Storm - 5.1.6 95
    The Spanning Tree Algorithm - 5.1.7 95
    Video - Observe STP Operation - 5.1.8 97
    Packet Tracer - Investigate STP Loop Prevention - 5.1.9 97
    Check Your Understanding - Purpose of STP - 5.1.10 97
STP Operations - 5.2 97
    Steps to a Loop-Free Topology - 5.2.1 97
    1. Elect the Root Bridge - 5.2.2 98
    Impact of Default BIDs - 5.2.3 98
    Determine the Root Path Cost - 5.2.4 99
    2. Elect the Root Ports - 5.2.5 99
    3. Elect Designated Ports - 5.2.6 100
    4. Elect Alternate (Blocked) Ports - 5.2.7 100
    Elect a Root Port from Multiple Equal-Cost Paths - 5.2.8 100
    STP Timers and Port States - 5.2.9 101
    Operational Details of Each Port State - 5.2.10 102
    Per-VLAN Spanning Tree - 5.2.11 103
    Check Your Understanding - STP Operations - 5.2.12 103
Evolution of STP - 5.3 103
    Different Versions of STP - 5.3.1 103
    RSTP Concepts - 5.3.2 104
    RSTP Port States and Port Roles - 5.3.3 104
    PortFast and BPDU Guard - 5.3.4 105
    Alternatives to STP - 5.3.5 105
    Check Your Understanding - Evolution of STP - 5.3.6 106
Module Practice and Quiz - 5.4 106
    What did I learn in this module? - 5.4.1 106
Chapter Quiz - STP Concepts 109
Your Chapter Notes 109
Chapter 6 EtherChannel 111
Introduction - 6.0 111
    Why should I take this module? - 6.0.1 111
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 6.0.2 111
EtherChannel Operation - 6.1 111
    Link Aggregation - 6.1.1 111
    EtherChannel - 6.1.2 112
    Advantages of EtherChannel - 6.1.3 112
    Implementation Restrictions - 6.1.4 112
    AutoNegotiation Protocols - 6.1.5 113
    PAgP Operation - 6.1.6 113
    PAgP Mode Settings Example - 6.1.7 114
    LACP Operation - 6.1.8 114
    LACP Mode Settings Example - 6.1.9 115
    Check Your Understanding - EtherChannel Operation 116
Configure EtherChannel - 6.2 116
    Configuration Guidelines - 6.2.1 116
    LACP Configuration Example - 6.2.2 116
    Syntax Checker - Configure EtherChannel - 6.2.3 117
    Packet Tracer - Configure EtherChannel 117
Verify and Troubleshoot EtherChannel - 6.3 117
    Verify EtherChannel - 6.3.1 117
    Common Issues with EtherChannel Configurations - 6.3.2 120
    Troubleshoot EtherChannel Example - 6.3.3 120
    Packet Tracer - Troubleshoot EtherChannel - 6.3.4 123
Module Practice and Quiz - 6.4 123
    Packet Tracer - Implement EtherChannel - 6.4.1 123
    Lab - Implement EtherChannel - 6.4.2 124
    What did I learn in this module? - 6.4.3 124
Chapter Quiz - EtherChannel 126
Your Chapter Notes 126
Chapter 7 DHCPv4 127
Introduction - 7.0 127
    Why should I take this module? - 7.0.1 127
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 7.0.2 127
DHCPv4 Concepts - 7.1 127
    DHCPv4 Server and Client - 7.1.1 127
    DHCPv4 Operation - 7.1.2 128
    Steps to Obtain a Lease - 7.1.3 128
    Steps to Renew a Lease - 7.1.4 129
    Check Your Understanding - DHCPv4 Concepts - 7.1.5 130
Configure a Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server - 7.2 130
    Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server - 7.2.1 130
    Steps to Configure a Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server - 7.2.2 130
    Configuration Example - 7.2.3 131
    DHCPv4 Verification Commands - 7.2.4 132
    Verify DHCPv4 is Operational - 7.2.5 132
    Syntax Checker - Configure DHCPv4 - 7.2.6 134
    Disable the Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server - 7.2.7 134
    DHCPv4 Relay - 7.2.8 135
    Other Service Broadcasts Relayed - 7.2.9 137
    Packet Tracer - Configure DHCPv4 - 7.2.10 137
Configure a DHCPv4 Client - 7.3 137
    Cisco Router as a DHCPv4 Client - 7.3.1 137
    Configuration Example - 7.3.2 138
    Home Router as a DHCPv4 Client - 7.3.3 138
    Syntax Checker - Configure a Cisco Router as DHCP Client - 7.3.4 138
Module Practice and Quiz - 7.4 138
    Packet Tracer - Implement DHCPv4 - 7.4.1 138
    Lab - Implement DHCPv4 - 7.4.2 139
    What did I learn in this module? - 7.4.3 139
Chapter Quiz - DHCPv4 141
Your Chapter Notes 141
Chapter 8 SLAAC and DHCPv6 143
Introduction - 8.0 143
    Welcome - 8.0.1 143
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 8.0.2 143
IPv6 GUA Assignment - 8.1 143
    IPv6 Host Configuration - 8.1.1 143
    IPv6 Host Link-Local Address - 8.1.2 144
    IPv6 GUA Assignment - 8.1.3 144
    Three RA Message Flags - 8.1.4 145
    Check Your Understanding - IPv6 GUA Assignment - 8.1.5 145
SLAAC - 8.2 145
    SLAAC Overview - 8.2.1 145
    Enabling SLAAC - 8.2.2 146
    SLAAC Only Method - 8.2.3 147
    ICMPv6 RS Messages - 8.2.4 147
    Host Process to Generate Interface ID - 8.2.5 148
    Duplicate Address Detection - 8.2.6 148
    Check Your Understanding - SLAAC - 8.2.7 149
DHCPv6 - 8.3 149
    DHCPv6 Operation Steps - 8.3.1 149
    Stateless DHCPv6 Operation - 8.3.2 150
    Enable Stateless DHCPv6 on an Interface - 8.3.3 151
    Stateful DHCPv6 Operation - 8.3.4 151
    Enable Stateful DHCPv6 on an Interface - 8.3.5 152
    Check Your Understanding - DHCPv6 - 8.3.6 152
Configure DHCPv6 Server - 8.4 152
    DHCPv6 Router Roles - 8.4.1 152
    Configure a Stateless DHCPv6 Server - 8.4.2 153
    Configure a Stateless DHCPv6 Client - 8.4.3 155
    Configure a Stateful DHCPv6 Server - 8.4.4 157
    Configure a Stateful DHCPv6 Client - 8.4.5 160
    DHCPv6 Server Verification Commands - 8.4.6 162
    Configure a DHCPv6 Relay Agent - 8.4.7 163
    Verify the DHCPv6 Relay Agent - 8.4.8 164
    Check Your Understanding - Configure DHCPv6 Server - 8.4.9 165
Module Practice and Quiz - 8.5 165
    Lab - Configure DHCPv6 - 8.5.1 165
    What did I learn in this module? - 8.5.2 166
Chapter Quiz - SLAAC and DHCPv6 168
Your Chapter Notes 168
Chapter 9 FHRP Concepts 169
Introduction - 9.0 169
    Why should I take this module? - 9.0.1 169
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 9.0.2 169
First Hop Redundancy Protocols - 9.1 169
    Default Gateway Limitations - 9.1.1 169
    Router Redundancy - 9.1.2 170
    Steps for Router Failover - 9.1.3 171
    FHRP Options - 9.1.4 171
    Check Your Understanding - First Hop Redundancy Protocols - 9.1.5 172
HSRP - 9.2 172
    HSRP Overview - 9.2.1 172
    HSRP Priority and Preemption - 9.2.2 172
    HSRP States and Timers - 9.2.3 173
    Check Your Understanding - 9.2.4 174
Module Practice and Quiz - 9.3 174
    What did I learn in this module? - 9.3.1 174
Chapter Quiz - FHRP Concepts 176
Packet Tracer - HSRP Configuration Guide 176
Your Chapter Notes 176
Chapter 10 LAN Security Concepts 177
Introduction - 10.0 177
    Why should I take this module? - 10.0.1 177
    What will I learn in this module? - 10.0.2 177
Endpoint Security - 10.1 177
    Network Attacks Today - 10.1.1 177
    Network Security Devices - 10.1.2 178
    Endpoint Protection - 10.1.3 178
    Cisco Email Security Appliance - 10.1.4 179
    Cisco Web Security Appliance - 10.1.5 179
    Check Your Understanding - Endpoint Security 180
Access Control - 10.2 180
    Authentication with a Local Password - 10.2.1 180
    AAA Components - 10.2.2 181
    Authentication - 10.2.3 181
    Authorization - 10.2.4 181
    Accounting - 10.2.5 181
    802.1X - 10.2.6 182
    Check Your Understanding - Access Control - 10.2.7 182
Layer 2 Security Threats 182
    Layer 2 Vulnerabilities - 10.3.1 182
    Switch Attack Categories - 10.3.2 183
    Switch Attack Mitigation Techniques - 10.3.3 183
    Check Your Understanding - Layer 2 Security Threats - 10.3.4 184
MAC Address Table Attack - 10.4 184
    Switch Operation Review - 10.4.1 184
    MAC Address Table Flooding - 10.4.2 184
    MAC Address Table Attack Mitigation - 10.4.3 185
    Check Your Understanding - MAC Address Table Attacks - 10.4.4 186
LAN Attacks - 10.5 186
    Video - VLAN and DHCP Attacks - 10.5.1 186
    VLAN Hopping Attacks - 10.5.2 186
    VLAN Double-Tagging Attack - 10.5.3 186
    DHCP Messages - 10.5.4 187
    DHCP Attacks - 10.5.5 187
    Video - ARP Attacks, STP Attacks, and CDP Reconnaissance - 10.5.6 188
    ARP Attacks - 10.5.7 188
    Address Spoofing Attack - 10.5.8 189
    STP Attack - 10.5.9 190
    CDP Reconnaissance - 10.5.10 190
    Check Your Understanding - LAN Attacks - 10.5.11 191
Module Practice and Quiz - 10.6 191
    What did I learn in this module? - 10.6.1 191
Chapter Quiz - LAN Security Concepts 193
Your Chapter Notes 193
Chapter 11 Switch Security Configuration 195
Introduction - 11.0 195
    Why should I take this module? - 11.0.1 195
    What will I learn in this module? - 11.0.2 195
Implement Port Security - 11.1 195
    Secure Unused Ports - 11.1.1 195
    Mitigate MAC Address Table Attacks - 11.1.2 196
    Enable Port Security - 11.1.3 196
    Limit and Learn MAC Addresses - 11.1.4 198
    Port Security Aging - 11.1.5 200
    Port Security Violation Modes - 11.1.6 201
    Ports in error-disabled State - 11.1.7 202
    Verify Port Security - 11.1.8 203
    Syntax Checker - Implement Port Security - 11.1.9 205
    Packet Tracer - Implement Port Security 205
Mitigate VLAN Attacks - 11.2 206
    VLAN Attacks Review - 11.2.1 206
    Steps to Mitigate VLAN Hopping Attacks - 11.2.2 206
    Syntax Checker - Mitigate VLAN Hopping Attacks - 11.2.3 207
Mitigate DHCP Attacks - 11.3 207
    DHCP Attack Review - 11.3.1 207
    DHCP Snooping - 11.3.2 207
    Steps to Implement DHCP Snooping - 11.3.3 208
    DHCP Snooping Configuration Example - 11.3.4 208
    Syntax Checker - Mitigate DHCP Attacks - 11.3.5 209
Mitigate ARP Attacks - 11.4 210
    Dynamic ARP Inspection - 11.4.1 210
    DAI Implementation Guidelines - 11.4.2 210
    DAI Configuration Example - 11.4.3 210
    Syntax Checker - Mitigate ARP Attacks - 11.4.4 211
Mitigate STP Attacks - 11.5 211
    PortFast and BPDU Guard - 11.5.1 211
    Configure PortFast - 11.5.2 212
    Configure BPDU Guard - 11.5.3 213
    Syntax Checker - Mitigate STP Attacks - 11.5.4 214
Module Practice and Quiz - 11.6 214
    Packet Tracer - Switch Security Configuration - 11.6.1 214
    Lab - Switch Security Configuration - 11.6.2 215
    What did I learn in this module? - 11.6.3 215
Chapter Quiz - Switch Security Configuration 217
Your Chapter Notes 217
Chapter 12 WLAN Concepts 219
Introduction - 12.0 219
    Why should I take this module? - 12.0.1 219
    What will I learn in this module? - 12.0.2 219
Introduction to Wireless - 12.1 219
    Benefits of Wireless - 12.1.1 219
    Types of Wireless Networks - 12.1.2 220
    Wireless Technologies - 12.1.3 220
    802.11 Standards - 12.1.4 221
    Radio Frequencies - 12.1.5 222
    Wireless Standards Organizations - 12.1.6 223
    Check Your Understanding - Introduction to Wireless - 12.1.7 223
WLAN Components - 12.2 223
    Video - WLAN Components - 12.2.1 223
    Wireless NICs - 12.2.2 223
    Wireless Home Router - 12.2.3 224
    Wireless Access Points - 12.2.4 224
    AP Categories - 12.2.5 224
    Wireless Antennas - 12.2.6 225
    Check Your Understanding - WLAN Components - 12.2.7 226
WLAN Operation - 12.3 226
    Video - WLAN Operation - 12.3.1 226
    802.11 Wireless Topology Modes - 12.3.2 226
    BSS and ESS - 12.3.3 226
    802.11 Frame Structure - 12.3.4 227
    CSMA/CA - 12.3.5 227
    Wireless Client and AP Association - 12.3.6 228
    Passive and Active Discover Mode - 12.3.7 229
    Check Your Understanding - WLAN Operation - 12.3.8 229
CAPWAP Operation - 12.4 229
    Video - CAPWAP - 12.4.1 229
    Introduction to CAPWAP - 12.4.2 229
    Split MAC Architecture - 12.4.3 230
    DTLS Encryption - 12.4.4 230
    FlexConnect APs - 12.4.5 230
    Check Your Understanding - CAPWAP Operation - 12.4.6 231
Channel Management - 12.5 231
    Frequency Channel Saturation - 12.5.1 231
    Channel Selection - 12.5.2 231
    Plan a WLAN Deployment - 12.5.3 232
    Check Your Understanding - Channel Management - 12.5.4 233
WLAN Threats - 12.6 233
    Video - WLAN Threats - 12.6.1 233
    Wireless Security Overview - 12.6.2 233
    DoS Attacks - 12.6.3 233
    Rogue Access Points - 12.6.4 234
    Man-in-the-Middle Attack - 12.6.5 234
    Check Your Understanding - WLAN Threats - 12.6.6 234
Secure WLANs - 12.7 234
    Video - Secure WLANs - 12.7.1 234
    SSID Cloaking and MAC Address Filtering - 12.7.2 235
    802.11 Original Authentication Methods - 12.7.3 235
    Shared Key Authentication Methods - 12.7.4 235
    Authenticating a Home User - 12.7.5 236
    Encryption Methods - 12.7.6 236
    Authentication in the Enterprise - 12.7.7 237
    WPA3 - 12.7.8 237
    Check Your Understanding - Secure WLANs - 12.7.9 238
Module Practice and Quiz - 12.8 238
    What did I learn in this module? - 12.8.1 238
Chapter Quiz - WLAN Concepts 241
Your Chapter Notes 241
Chapter 13 WLAN Configuration 243
Introduction - 13.0 243
    Why should I take this module? - 13.0.1 243
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 13.0.2 243
Remote Site WLAN Configuration - 13.1 243
    Video - Configure a Wireless Network - 13.1.1 243
    The Wireless Router - 13.1.2 244
    Log in to the Wireless Router - 13.1.3 244
    Basic Network Setup - 13.1.4 244
    Basic Wireless Setup - 13.1.5 245
    Configure a Wireless Mesh Network - 13.1.6 247
    NAT for IPv4 - 13.1.7 247
    Quality of Service - 13.1.8 247
    Port Forwarding - 13.1.9 248
    Packet Tracer - Configure a Wireless Network - 13.1.10 248
    Lab - Configure a Wireless Network - 13.1.11 248
Configure a Basic WLAN on the WLC - 13.2 248
    Video - Configure a Basic WLAN on the WLC - 13.2.1 248
    WLC Topology - 13.2.2 249
    Log in to the WLC - 13.2.3 249
    View AP Information - 13.2.4 249
    Advanced Settings - 13.2.5 250
    Configure a WLAN - 13.2.6 250
    Packet Tracer - Configure a Basic WLAN on the WLC - 13.2.7 252
Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN on the WLC - 13.3 252
    Video - Define an SNMP and RADIUS Server on the WLC - 13.3.1 252
    SNMP and RADIUS - 13.3.2 252
    Configure SNMP Server Information - 13.3.3 253
    Configure RADIUS Server Information - 13.3.4 253
    Video - Configure a VLAN for a New WLAN - 13.3.5 253
    Topology with VLAN 5 Addressing - 13.3.6 253
    Configure a New Interface - 13.3.7 254
    Video - Configure a DHCP Scope - 13.3.8 255
    Configure a DHCP Scope - 13.3.9 255
    Video - Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN - 13.3.10 256
    Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN - 13.3.11 256
    Packet Tracer - Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN on the WLC - 13.3.12 257
Troubleshoot WLAN Issues - 13.4 257
    Troubleshooting Approaches - 13.4.1 257
    Wireless Client Not Connecting - 13.4.2 258
    Troubleshooting When the Network Is Slow - 13.4.3 259
    Updating Firmware - 13.4.4 259
    Packet Tracer - Troubleshoot WLAN Issues - 13.4.5 260
Module Practice and Summary - 13.5 260
    Packet Tracer - WLAN Configuration - 13.5.1 260
    What did I learn in this module? - 13.5.2 260
Chapter Quiz - WLAN Configuration 262
Your Chapter Notes 262
Chapter 14 Routing Concepts 263
Introduction - 14.0 263
    Why should I take this module? - 14.0.1 263
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 14.0.2 263
Path Determination - 14.1 263
    Two Functions of Router - 14.1.1 263
    Router Functions Example - 14.1.2 264
    Best Path Equals Longest Match - 14.1.3 264
    IPv4 Address Longest Match Example - 14.1.4 264
    IPv6 Address Longest Match Example - 14.1.5 265
    Build the Routing Table - 14.1.6 265
    Check Your Understanding - Path Determination - 14.1.7 266
Packet Forwarding - 14.2 266
    Packet Forwarding Decision Process - 14.2.1 266
    End-to-End Packet Forwarding - 14.2.2 267
    Packet Forwarding Mechanisms - 14.2.3 268
    Check Your Understanding - Packet Forwarding - 14.2.4 269
Basic Router Configuration Review - 14.3 269
    Topology - 14.3.1 269
    Configuration Commands - 14.3.2 269
    Verification Commands - 14.3.3 271
    Filter Command Output - 14.3.4 276
    Packet Tracer - Basic Router Configuration Review - 14.3.5 278
IP Routing Table - 14.4 278
    Route Sources - 14.4.1 278
    Routing Table Principles - 14.4.2 280
    Routing Table Entries - 14.4.3 281
    Directly Connected Networks - 14.4.4 281
    Static Routes - 14.4.5 282
    Static Routes in the IP Routing Table - 14.4.6 282
    Dynamic Routing Protocols - 14.4.7 283
    Dynamic Routes in the IP Routing Table - 14.4.8 283
    Default Route - 14.4.9 284
    Structure of an IPv4 Routing Table - 14.4.10 285
    Structure of an IPv6 Routing Table - 14.4.11 286
    Administrative Distance - 14.4.12 287
    Check Your Understanding - IP Routing Table - 14.4.13 288
Static and Dynamic Routing - 14.5 288
    Static or Dynamic? - 14.5.1 288
    Dynamic Routing Evolution - 14.5.2 289
    Dynamic Routing Protocol Concepts - 14.5.3 290
    Best Path - 14.5.4 291
    Load Balancing - 14.5.5 291
    Check Your Understanding - Dynamic and Static Routing - 14.5.6 292
Module Practice and Quiz - 14.6 292
    What did I learn in this module? - 14.6.1 292
Chapter Quiz - Routing Concepts 295
Your Chapter Notes 295
Chapter 15 IP Static Routing 297
Introduction - 15.0 297
    Why should I take this module? - 15.0.1 297
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 15.0.2 297
Static Routes - 15.1 297
    Types of Static Routes - 15.1.1 297
    Next-Hop Options - 15.1.2 298
    IPv4 Static Route Command - 15.1.3 298
    IPv6 Static Route Command - 15.1.4 299
    Dual-Stack Topology - 15.1.5 300
    IPv4 Starting Routing Tables - 15.1.6 300
    IPv6 Starting Routing Tables - 15.1.7 301
    Check Your Understanding - Static Routes - 15.1.8 303
Configure IP Static Routes - 15.2 303
    IPv4 Next-Hop Static Route - 15.2.1 303
    IPv6 Next-Hop Static Route - 15.2.2 304
    IPv4 Directly Connected Static Route - 15.2.3 305
    IPv6 Directly Connected Static Route - 15.2.4 306
    IPv4 Fully Specified Static Route - 15.2.5 307
    IPv6 Fully Specified Static Route - 15.2.6 308
    Verify a Static Route - 15.2.7 308
    Syntax Checker - Configure Static Routes - 15.2.8 310
Configure IP Default Static Routes - 15.3 311
    Default Static Route - 15.3.1 311
    Configure a Default Static Route - 15.3.2 311
    Verify a Default Static Route - 15.3.3 312
    Syntax Checker - Configure Default Static Routes - 15.3.4 313
Configure Floating Static Routes - 15.4 313
    Floating Static Routes - 15.4.1 313
    Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Floating Static Routes - 15.4.2 314
    Test the Floating Static Route - 15.4.3 315
    Syntax Checker - Configure Floating Static Route - 15.4.4 316
Configure Static Host Routes - 15.5 316
    Host Routes - 15.5.1 316
    Automatically Installed Host Routes - 15.5.2 316
    Static Host Routes - 15.5.3 317
    Configure Static Host Routes - 15.5.4 317
    Verify Static Host Routes - 15.5.5 317
    Configure IPv6 Static Host Route with Link-Local Next-Hop - 15.5.6 318
    Syntax Checker - Configure Static Host Routes - 15.5.7 318
Module Practice and Quiz - 15.6 318
    Packet Tracer - Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Static and Default Routes - 15.6.1 318
    Lab - Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Static and Default Routes - 15.6.2 318
    What did I learn in this module? - 15.6.3 319
Chapter Quiz - IP Static Routing 321
Your Chapter Notes 321
Chapter 16 Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes 323
Introduction - 16.0 323
    Why should I take this module? - 16.0.1 323
    What will I learn to do in this module? - 16.0.2 323
Packet Processing with Statics Routes - 16.1 323
    Static Routes and Packet Forwarding - 16.1.1 323
    Check Your Understanding - Packet Processing with Static Routes - 16.1.2 324
Troubleshoot IPv4 Static and Default Route Configuration - 16.2 324
    Network Changes - 16.2.1 324
    Common Troubleshooting Commands - 16.2.2 324
    Solve a Connectivity Problem - 16.2.3 326
    Syntax Checker - Troubleshoot IPv4 Static and Default Routes - 16.2.4 329
Module Practice and Quiz - 16.3 329
    Packet Tracer - Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes - 16.3.1 329
    Lab - Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes - 16.3.2 330
    What did I learn in this module? - 16.3.3 330
Chapter Quiz - Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes 332
Your Chapter Notes 332


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