CCNA-2014-Lab : CCNA 2014 Performance Based Lab

CCNA 2014 Performance Based Lab
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The Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification is an industry recognized credential. This certification is proof of a person's competence across a spectrum of skills required to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium sized enterprise branch network.

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Here's what you will get

The Cisco CCNA certification exam is a standalone certification from Cisco with the exam code 200-120. This certification is targeted at professionals who work in a small to medium sized enterprise branch network. The exam topics include all the areas covered under ICND1 and ICND2 Exams.

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Performance based lab
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Exam FAQs
What is the exam registration fee? USD 250
Where do I take the exam? The Cisco CCNA 200-120 exam is administered by Pearson VUE at testing centers worldwide. Click here to find a testing center near you.
What is the format of the exam? The exam consists of linear, fact based, multiple choice, and case study type questions.
What are the pre-requisites of the exam? There are no technical pre-requisites for this certification.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 50-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 90 minutes
What is the passing score? At the completion of the exam, candidates receive a score report along with a score breakout by exam section and the passing score for the given exam. Cisco does not publish exam passing score because exam questions and passing scores are subject to change without prior notice.
What is the exam's retake policy?

In the event that you fail your first attempt at passing the CCNA examination, Cisco's retake policy is as follows:

  •  Candidates should wait for a period of 5 calendar days from the date of the last failed attempt before they can retake the exam.
  • If you have already passed the exam, it cannot be taken again without prior consent from Cisco.
What is the validity of the certification? CCNA certification expires after three years from the date of issue, after which the certification holder will need to renew their certification. Click here for more information.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the CCNA-2014-Lab, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?

A CCNA Routing and Switching Certified Professional has several career opportunities open up to them, including:

  • System Analyst
  • Network Technician
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Support Professional

Here's what you will learn

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Complete the topology
  • Complete the network diagram
  • Identify the networking devices
  • Identify the networking device
  • Identify the networking device
  • Troubleshoot the Internet issue
  • Identify the TCP/IP applications
  • Identify the user applications
  • Identify the protocol headers
  • Identify the OSI layers
  • Identify the TCP/IP messages
  • Identify the OSI layers
  • Identify the OSI layers
  • Identify the route sequences
  • Identify the frame and packet addresses
  • Enable the ability to route IPv4 packets
  • Identify the cables
  • Identify the Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • Identify the cables
  • Identify the cables
  • Identify the formal IEEE standards
  • Identify the LAN addressing terms or features
  • Identify the switch interface associated with a specific MAC address
  • Identify the switch internal processing
  • Identify the Cisco switch memory types
  • Identify the last load time of the IOS
  • Configure the passwords
  • Configure the interfaces
  • Configure automatic speed and enable the interface
  • Identify the LEDs
  • Check the default router setting on a host
  • View the ARP table of a host
  • Create VLANs
  • Identify the VLAN interfaces
  • Identify the Cisco commands
  • Configure trunking with 802.1Q encapsulation
  • Identify the types of switch ports
  • Identify the VLANs
  • Identify the classes of problems
  • Identify the root switch
  • Identify the STP port states
  • Identify the IPv4 address classes
  • Identify the private address range
  • Identify the subnet size
  • Identify the last usable IP addresses
  • Identify the number of subnets
  • Identify the CIDR values
  • Identify the broadcast IDs
  • Identify the VLSM addresses
  • Identify the route summarization
  • Identify the wildcard mask
  • Identify the host numbers
  • Identify the IPv4 classes
  • Identify the network IDs
  • Identify the prefix masks
  • Identify the IPv6 header
  • Identify the IPv6 multicast addresses
  • Reorder the routing process steps
  • Identify the destination IP addresses
  • Install a Cisco router
  • Configure a banner
  • Configure a banner
  • Identify the router's IOS version
  • Identify the router's DRAM size
  • Identify the router's NVRAM size
  • Identify the number of interfaces
  • Identify the router modes
  • Identify the port status/problems
  • Identify the history commands
  • Configure the IP address on interfaces
  • Identify the IP addresses assigned to an interface
  • Identify the interface status code
  • View the IP address, mask, and default router
  • Check the connectivity
  • Identify the IP address of the next hop router
  • Configure a static route
  • Identify the next hop address
  • Configure the static IPv6 addresses
  • Configure a default route
  • Identify the routing protocols
  • Identify the interface processes
  • Identify the protocols' features
  • Identify the EIGRP terms
  • Identify the EIGRP terms
  • Identify OSPF area design terms
  • Identify the best route
  • Configure the OSPF protocol
  • Identify the OSPF terms
  • Identify the routing metrics
  • Identify the routing protocols categories
  • Identify the routing protocols
  • Identify the Cisco default administrative distances
  • Set the IPv6 configuration using OSPFv3
  • Identify the OSPF commands
  • Identify the metric for a route
  • Configure the inter-VLAN routing
  • Configure IPv4
  • Manually activate software using licenses
  • Identify the technology package licenses
  • Identify the router memory types
  • Reorder the Cisco IOS software boot sequence
  • Identify the largest configuration file
  • Upgrade the Cisco IOS
  • Identify the function performed by the router
  • Identify the Cisco IOS configuration files' feature
  • Configure the EIGRP protocol
  • Identify the next-hop address and outgoing interface
  • Enable EIGRP using a wildcard mask
  • Change the interface's delay setting
  • Identify the DHCP messages
  • Perform a name resolution request
  • Identify the DNS server setting
  • Identify the wildcard masks
  • Identify the types of ACLs
  • Configure the standard ACLs
  • Identify the NAT addressing terms
  • Identify the types of NAT
  • Configure NAT
  • Identify the solutions for the first-hop redundancy
  • Configure HSRP version 2
  • Identify the line that refers to none of the forwarders
  • Identify the system message severity levels
  • Configure SNMP v2c
  • Configure the security features
  • Identify the security appliances
  • Identify the security features
  • Identify the interface with sticky learning feature
  • Identify the interface with a security violation
  • Configure an extended ACL
  • Configure an extended ACL
  • Configure a standard ACL
  • Complete the ACL command
  • Identify the ACL commands
  • Configure the network security policy
  • Complete the ACL command
  • Configure an ACL
  • Identify the interface that has no IP address
  • Identify the solution to resolve network problem
  • Identify the solution to resolve network problem
  • Identify the solution to resolve network problem
  • Identify the bandwidth of an interface
  • Identify the shutdown interfaces
  • Identify the network that is not directly connected to a network
  • Identify the interface that sends a packet
  • Identify the number of hops
  • Identify the function performed by the router
  • Identify the interface associated with a MAC address
  • Identify the trunking ports
  • Identify the type of switch
  • Configure the CDP settings
  • Configure the CDP settings
  • Identify the interface that has a Layer 1 issue
  • Identify the network issue
  • Identify the router LAN interface status
  • Check connectivity
  • Identify the branches of the systematic troubleshooting methodology
  • Reorder the LAN data plane troubleshooting process
  • Identify the device connected to an interface
  • Identify the difference between the show cdp neighbors detail and show cdp neighbor commands
  • Identify the device connected to an interface
  • Identify the device connected to an interface
  • Identify the IP address of a device connected to a router's interface
  • Identify the IP address of a device connected to a router's interface
  • Identify the remote port
  • Identify the remote port
  • Identify the device platform
  • Configure STP port costs
  • Configure PortFast and BPDU guard
  • Identify the IPv6 address
  • Identify the next hop address
  • Identify the routers in the path from source host to destination host
  • Identify the show cdp commands
  • Identify the troubleshooting commands
  • Identify the show commands
  • Identify the EIGRP commands
  • Identify the network issue
  • Find out a DCE interface
  • Configure NetFlow
  • Configure EtherChannel
  • Identify the leased line names
  • Identify the HDLC header or trailer field
  • Identify the WAN technologies
  • Identify the frame relay terms
  • Identify the frame relay approaches
  • Identify the security parameters
  • Identify the types of VPN
  • Configure the GRE tunnel
  • Identify the Frame Relay acronyms
  • Identify the advantages and disadvantages of various technologies
  • Identify the serial cables
  • Configure PPP
  • Identify the PPP LCP features
  • Identify the active DLCIs
  • Configure the point-to-point subinterfaces