ICND1-Simulator : Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 Lab

ICND1-Simulator
Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 Lab
ISBN : 978-1-61691-759-3

Gain hands-on expertise in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) exam (100-105) with Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 performance-based labs.  Performance-based labs are versatile - labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 covers all the topics of the ICND1 exam which includes network fundamentals, LAN Switching fundamentals, routing fundamentals, infrastructure services, infrastructure maintenance.  

 

Here's what will you get

The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) exam (100-105) is related to the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) certification exam and is the first stair to gain other associate-level certifications. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge and skills related to routing technologies, LAN switching technologies, network fundamentals, infrastructure maintenance and infrastructure services. 

Performance based lab
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Exam FAQs
Where do I take the exam? Pearson VUE
What is the format of the exam? Performance-based, multiple-choice, drag-and-drop, router simulation, testlet, and simlet.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 45-55 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 90 minutes
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the ICND1-Simulator, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Network Specialist
  • Network Technician
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Support Engineer

Here's what will you learn

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Moving between user exec mode and enable exec mode in a switch
  • Configuring the switch name
  • Checking and enabling an interface
  • Disabling an interface
  • Configuring description for an interface
  • Configuring description and disabling an interface range
  • Configuring the duplex setting
  • Configuring port security
  • Configuring port security with an incorrect MAC address and checking its effect
  • Configuring port security with sticky learning
  • Securing unused switch access ports
  • Configuring and verifying Telnet
  • Configuring default gateway
  • Configuring PPP encapsulation
  • Configuring telnet
  • Configuring the enable secret password
  • Pinging a device using hostname
  • Setting a switch to negotiate speed and duplex
  • Troubleshooting an interface enabling issue
  • Troubleshooting an interface speed issue
  • Viewing switch's forwarding table
  • Forwarding traffic between switch interfaces
  • Configuring multiple MAC addresses on a PC's port
  • Configuring desirable mode
  • Configuring trunking I
  • Configuring trunking II
  • Observing details of a switch's interface
  • Preventing the negotiation of trunking on an interface
  • Removing a VLAN from the allowed list on the trunk
  • Configuring VLAN and verifying connectivity between devices I
  • Configuring VLAN and verifying connectivity between devices II
  • Creating and naming a VLAN
  • Migrating VLAN
  • Assigning different VLANs to switch interfaces
  • Assigning a new voice VLAN
  • Migrating to a new IP address
  • Enabling trunking dynamically
  • Enabling trunking statically
  • Determining the IP addresses and VLANs
  • Analyzing broadcast frame from a PC
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect I
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect II
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect III
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect IV
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect V
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect VI
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect VII
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect VIII
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect IX
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect X
  • Configuring broadcast address and viewing its affect XI
  • Calculating subnet ID I
  • Calculating subnet ID II
  • Calculating subnet ID III
  • Calculating subnet ID IV
  • Calculating subnet ID V
  • Calculating subnet ID VI
  • Moving between user exec mode and enable exec mode in a router
  • Observing the router's details
  • Configuring the router's name
  • Configuring and verifying SSH
  • Configuring console password
  • Configuring enable and enable secret password
  • Pinging the devices
  • Rebooting the router
  • Configuring the additional parameters to support Telnet
  • Erasing a configuration
  • Configuring a secondary IP address 
  • Configuring IP address and checking route
  • Configuring IP address on a router's interface
  • Configuring IP address on a switch's VLAN interface
  • Configuring zero subnet
  • Pinging all devices from PC
  • Displaying the connected routes
  • Configuring a static route I
  • Configuring a static route II
  • Configuring a static route III
  • Configuring a static route for next hop
  • Configuring static routes and checking reachability
  • Configuring static routes and tracing route
  • Configuring a default route I
  • Configuring a default route II
  • Configuring a default route and verifying route
  • Disabling IP subnet zero
  • Verifying router configuration I
  • Verifying router configuration II
  • Configuring a Router on a Stick (ROAS) using only subinterfaces
  • Configuring a Router on a Stick (ROAS)
  • Finding out MAC address of devices
  • Creating a loopback interface and advertising this route into OSPF
  • Configuring OSPF into multiple areas
  • Configuring OSPF and checking routes
  • Configuring OSPF and checking advertising routes
  • Controlling a OSPF router ID via a loopback interface
  • Configuring hello-interval
  • Configuring OSPF with a different router ID
  • Configuring interface IP address in an OSPF network
  • Configuring OSPF with correct area ID
  • Configuring OSPF in a single area
  • Configuring OSPF on a router
  • Examining the MAC address for a PC
  • Listing the current ARP entries
  • Suspending and resuming a telnet connection
  • Tracing the route I
  • Tracing the route II
  • Configuring a basic DHCP server pool
  • Configuring a default router address
  • Configuring a lease time for server
  • Configuring a DNS server and domain name prefix
  • Configuring UDP broadcast forwarding
  • Changing the format of IP routing table
  • Displaying routing table for a specific route I
  • Displaying routing table for a specific route II
  • Displaying routing table for a specific route III
  • Displaying routing table for a specific route IV
  • Tracing route for a specific destination I
  • Tracing route for a specific destination II
  • Tracing route for a specific destination III
  • Tracing route for a specific destination IV
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its routes I
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its routes II
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its routes III
  • Configuring IP address of a specific subnet I
  • Configuring IP address of a specific subnet II
  • Configuring IP address on a switch interface
  • Configure a DHCP server
  • Configure a secondary address range in DHCP pool
  • Investigating and correcting the naming issue of a device
  • Investigating and correcting the IP addressing issue
  • Investigating the ping issue
  • Investigating the path from a router to a network
  • Finding out switched path from a switch to PC I
  • Finding out switched path from a switch to PC II
  • Configuring IP address of a specific subnet I
  • Configuring IP address of a specific subnet II
  • Configuring IP address of a specific subnet III
  • Displaying route summary I
  • Displaying route summary II
  • Displaying route summary III
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route I
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route II
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route III
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route IV
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route V
  • Displaying the EIGRP summary route VI
  • Checking VLSM overlapping I
  • Checking VLSM overlapping II
  • Checking VLSM overlapping III
  • Checking VLSM overlapping IV
  • Checking VLSM overlapping V
  • Checking VLSM overlapping VI
  • Checking VLSM overlapping VII
  • Checking VLSM overlapping VIII
  • Checking VLSM overlapping IX
  • Checking VLSM overlapping X
  • Checking VLSM overlapping XI
  • Configuring a standard ACL
  • Configuring a named ACL to block telnet
  • Configuring a named ACL to deny UDP packets
  • Configuring a named ACL to deny Web traffic
  • Configuring an inbound ACL to block telnet
  • Configuring an inbound ACL to deny UDP packets
  • Configuring an inbound ACL to deny Web traffic
  • Configuring an outbound ACL to block SMTP
  • Configuring an outbound ACL to block Web traffic
  • Configuring an outbound ACL to permit FTP
  • Configuring an outbound named ACL to block SMTP
  • Configuring an outbound named ACL to permit FTP
  • Removing an ACL I
  • Removing an ACL II
  • Configuring a router to act as an NTP master time server
  • Configuring an NTP peer
  • Configuring the time zone
  • Configuring the use of an NTP server
  • Setting the time and date
  • Analyzing configured ACLs
  • Configuring an extended ACL I
  • Configuring an extended ACL II
  • Configuring dynamic NAT I
  • Configuring dynamic NAT II
  • Configuring Dynamic NAT III
  • Configuring NAT overloading I
  • Configuring NAT overloading II
  • Configuring NAT overloading III
  • Configuring static NAT I
  • Configuring static NAT II
  • Configuring PAT I
  • Configuring PAT II
  • Investigating NAT translation
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID I
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID II
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID III
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID IV
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID V
  • Calculating IPv6 subnet ID VI
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses on interfaces I
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses on interfaces II
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses on routers' Fa0/0 interface and verifying connectivity I
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses on routers' Fa0/0 interface and verifying connectivity II
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses on routers' serial interfaces and verifying connectivity
  • Configuring the EUI-64-style IPv6 address I
  • Configuring the EUI-64-style IPv6 address II
  • Enabling OSPFv3 globally
  • Enabling OSPFv3 on interfaces and testing connectivity
  • Enabling OSPFv3 on interfaces and verifying routes
  • Pinging the devices to check the connectivity
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses I
  • Configuring IPv6 addresses II
  • Configuring a router with IPv6 address I
  • Configuring a router with IPv6 address II
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its IPv6 routes I
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its IPv6 routes II
  • Discovering router's outgoing interfaces for its IPv6 routes III
  • Displaying IPv6 routing table for a specific route I
  • Displaying IPv6 routing table for a specific route II
  • Displaying IPv6 routing table for a specific route III
  • Tracing IPv6 route for a specific destination I
  • Tracing IPv6 route for a specific destination II
  • Tracing IPv6 route for a specific destination III
  • Tracing IPv6 route for a specific destination IV
  • Checking the IPv6 address used by the PC I
  • Checking the IPv6 address used by the PC II
  • Checking the IPv6 address used by the PC III
  • Checking the IPv6 address assigned to router interfaces I
  • Checking the IPv6 address assigned to router interfaces II
  • Checking the configured IPv6 address on the client supporting SLAAC I
  • Checking the configured IPv6 address on the client supporting SLAAC II
  • Checking the configured IPv6 address on the client supporting SLAAC III
  • Checking the configured IPv6 address on the client supporting SLAAC IV
  • Checking the configured IPv6 address on the client supporting SLAAC V
  • Configuring OSPFv6 I
  • Configuring OSPFv6 II
  • Configuring OSPFv6 III
  • Configuring hello-interval in IPv6 OSPF network
  • Configuring OSPFv6 with a different process ID
  • Configuring IP address in a OSPFv6 network
  • Displaying interface IDs
  • Displaying the contents of the OSPFv3 database tables
  • Displaying Intra Area Prefix Link States entries
  • Controlling a OSPFv3 router ID via a loopback interface
  • Configuring the OSPFv3 interface cost
  • Investigate the path of a IPv6 OSPF network
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