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# Lab 5-2: DHCP
 
# Lab 5-2: DHCP
 
# Lab 6-1: FHRP with HSRP and VRRP
 
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#* NOTE: The Cisco 3650 routers with IOS XE do not appear to run VRRP v2 so there is no '''vrrp''' command available once you get into the interface configuration mode. Instead you should complete the VRRP portion of this lab using VRRP v3. See the [https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/ipapp_fhrp/configuration/xe-3e/fhp-xe-3e-book/VRRPv3-Protocol-Support.html#GUID-52F1D9AC-0DE7-4598-9D05-C47730BA089C How to Configure VRRPv3 Protocol Support] document from Cisco.
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#* NOTE: To enable VRRP v3 on your device run '''fhrp version vrrp v3''' in global configuration mode. Once VRRP v3 is configured you will have a '''vrrp''' command available in the interface configuration mode but note that the configuration is a little different and requires entering a VRRP subconfiguration mode see an [https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/ipapp_fhrp/configuration/xe-3e/fhp-xe-3e-book/VRRPv3-Protocol-Support.html#GUID-63131D4C-EA18-46D4-9B5B-3395928A3DBE example configuration in the Cisco documentation] which you can use to figure out how to complete the lab.
 
# Lab 6-2: HSRP for IPv6
 
# Lab 6-2: HSRP for IPv6
 
# Lab 6-3: Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
 
# Lab 6-3: Gateway Load Balancing Protocol

Revision as of 19:52, 8 October 2019

Labs

You are responsible for completing ALL of these labs. You must submit a lab report for each chapter (you may combine multiple labs from the chapter into a single report). If you work with a partner on a lab you only need to submit a single lab report for the two of you but it must have both your names on it. Each lab report is worth up to 20 points. This falls into the Labs/Homework category of your course grade.

  1. CCNA Review Lab
  2. Lab 1-1: Baseline Lab
  3. Lab 3-1: VLAN-TRUNK-VTP
    • NOTE: In this lab you will encounter a few things that are different because our DLS switches are 3650 instead of 3560 models. In particular the 3650 has Gigabit Ethernet ports instead of Fast Ethernet so all commands on the ports (including port ranges) need to use Gigabit... instead of FastEthernet... The numbering scheme for the ports is also different (like GigabitEthernet1/0/1 instead of FastEthernet0/1) so make adjustments accordingly. You can view a list of the port names on your switch by using the show ip interface brief command.
    • NOTE: In this lab you will encounter a few things that are different because our DLS switches are 3650 instead of 3560 models. The newer Cisco 3650 switches do not support ISL trunking mode any longer and will not accept the switchport trunk encapsulation commands. The switches use 802.1q by default for trunk link encapsulation. Adjust your labs accordingly.
  4. Lab 3-2: Etherchannel
  5. Lab 4-1: STP
  6. Lab 4-2: MST
  7. Lab 5-1: Inter-VLAN Routing
  8. Lab 5-2: DHCP
  9. Lab 6-1: FHRP with HSRP and VRRP
    • NOTE: The Cisco 3650 routers with IOS XE do not appear to run VRRP v2 so there is no vrrp command available once you get into the interface configuration mode. Instead you should complete the VRRP portion of this lab using VRRP v3. See the How to Configure VRRPv3 Protocol Support document from Cisco.
    • NOTE: To enable VRRP v3 on your device run fhrp version vrrp v3 in global configuration mode. Once VRRP v3 is configured you will have a vrrp command available in the interface configuration mode but note that the configuration is a little different and requires entering a VRRP subconfiguration mode see an example configuration in the Cisco documentation which you can use to figure out how to complete the lab.
  10. Lab 6-2: HSRP for IPv6
  11. Lab 6-3: Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
  12. Lab 7-1: NTP
  13. Lab 7-2: SNMP
  14. Lab 8-1: IP SLA and SPAN Protocol
  15. Lab 10-1: Securing Layer 2
  16. Lab 10-2: Securing VLANs

Homework

Any homework assigned in the course will go here. This falls into the Labs/Homework category of your course grade. Remember, for homework assignments turn in the actual pages from your lab book or printouts from the curriculum and not a lab report. Homework assignment are individual, you and your lab partner need to both turn them in separately even if you work on them together.

  • Participate in an online forum discussion (typically 3 quality posts or more) of each chapter on the NetSpace site. See forum posting page for details. (up to 10 points each chapter based on quality)

Participation Activities

Any participation activities completed in the course will go here. This falls into the participation category of your course grade.

  • Meet with the instructor once per week to discuss course progress and ask questions (up to 10 points each based on progress)

Unit Assessments

You are responsible for completing all of the online unit assessments listed below. These fall into the online assessments category of your course grade.

  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 2
  • Chapter 3
  • Chapter 4
  • Chapter 5
  • Chapter 6
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 8
  • Chapter 9
  • Chapter 10

Other

You are also responsible for completing these things, see the course syllabus for category and weighting information.

  • Online Final Exam
  • Skills Final Exam

Lab Project

In this class you and a partner will need to complete a lab project and write a project report which will be due towards the end of the course, see the course calendar for details. Additional details will be provided as the course progresses.

Grading

Details about your lab project report grade will be available later in the course.

Skills Final Exam

The Skills Final Exam is designed to test your ability to apply the concepts learned in this class and practiced in labs to common, real-world scenarios.

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