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                                  Powering Up an      Lab 5.1.3 Powering
N          5.1.3.5   Hands-on Lab Integrated Services Up an Integrated
                                  Router              Services Router




                                                         Lab 5.2.3
                                      Configuring an ISR
N          5.2.3.3   Hands-on Lab
                                      with SDM Express
                                                         Configuring an ISR
                                                         with SDM Express




                                                   Lab 5.2.4
                                  Configuring
                                                   Configuring
N          5.2.4.2   Hands-on Lab Dynamic NAT with
                                                   Dynamic NAT with
                                  SDM
                                                   SDM


                                    Entering Command
Y          5.3.1.3   E-Lab Activity
                                    Modes
                                    Using the Cisco
Y          5.3.2.4   Media Activity
                                    IOS CLI


                     PT Activity:    Exploring the
Y          5.3.2.5
                     Skills Practice Cisco IOS CLI


                                     Viewing the Router
Y          5.3.3.2   E-Lab Activity Interface
                                     Information
                                     Using the Cisco
                     PT Activity:
Y          5.3.3.3
                     Skills Practice
                                     IOS Show
                                     Commands

                                     Performing an
                     PT Activity:
Y          5.3.4.4
                     Skills Practice
                                     Initial Router
                                     Configuration

                                    Configuring a
                                    Serial Interface on
Y          5.3.5.3   E-Lab Activity
                                    Routers for
                                    Communication
                              Configuring
              PT Activity:
Y   5.3.5.4
              Skills Practice
                              Ethernet and Serial
                              Interfaces




                                              Lab 5.3.5
                           Configuring Basic
                                              Configuring Basic
                           Router Settings
Y   5.3.5.5   Hands-on Lab
                           with the Cisco IOS
                                              Router Settings
                                              with the Cisco IOS
                           CLI
                                              CLI




              PT Activity:    Configuring a
Y   5.3.6.2
              Skills Practice Default Route
                              Configuring a
              PT Activity:
Y   5.3.7.2
              Skills Practice
                              Cisco Router as a
                              DHCP Server




                                            Lab 5.3.7
                           Configuring DHCP
                                            Configuring DHCP
                           with SDM and the
N   5.3.7.3   Hands-on Lab
                           other Cisco IOS
                                            with SDM and the
                                            other Cisco IOS
                           CLI
                                            CLI




                              Configuring Static
              PT Activity:
Y   5.3.8.3
              Skills Practice
                              NAT on a Cisco     not applicable
                              Router




                                                    Lab 5.3.8
                           Configuring PAT
                                                    Configuring PAT
                           with SDM and
                                                    with SDM and
N   5.3.8.4   Hands-on Lab Static NAT using
                                                    Static NAT using
                           Cisco IOS
                                                    Cisco IOS
                           Commands
                                                    Commands
                                Backing Up a
                PT Activity:    Cisco Router
Y     5.3.9.3
                Skills Practice Configuration to a
                                                     not applicable

                                TFTP Server




                                                 Lab 5.3.9a
Y-                           Managing Router
                                                 Managing Router
                             Configuration Files
use   5.3.9.4   Hands-on Lab
                             Using
                                                 Configuration Files
                                                 Using
PT                           HyperTerminal
                                                 HyperTerminal




Y-                           Managing Router
                                                 Lab 5.3.9b
                                                 Managing Router
use   5.3.9.5   Hands-on Lab Configuration Files
                                                 Configuration Files
                             Using TFTP
PT                                               Using TFTP


                                 Planning a WAN      Lab 5.4.3 Planning
Y     5.4.3.3   Hands-on Lab
                                 Upgrade             a WAN Upgrade

                                Configuring a PPP
                                Connection
                PT Activity:
Y     5.4.4.2
                Skills Practice
                                Between a
                                Customer and an
                                ISP


                                 Powering Up a       Lab 5.5.2 Powering
Y     5.5.2.2   Hands-on Lab
                                 Switch              Up a Switch


                                 Configuring a
Y     5.5.3.3   E-Lab Activity
                                 Cisco 2960 Switch
                                Performing an
                PT Activity:
Y     5.5.3.4
                Skills Practice
                                Initial Switch
                                Configuration

                PT Activity:    Connecting a
Y     5.5.4.4
                Skills Practice Switch




                                                   Lab 5.5.4
                                 Configuring the
Y     5.5.4.5   Hands-on Lab
                                 Cisco 2960 Switch
                                                   Configuring the
                                                   Cisco 2960 Switch
                              Using CDP as a
              PT Activity:
Y   5.5.5.2
              Skills Practice
                              Network Discovery
                              Tool
                        Learning Objectives

Power up an ISR and view the router system and configuration files
using show commands.
• Set up a new Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Router (ISR).
• Connect a computer to the router console interface.
• Configure HyperTerminal so that the computer can communicate
with the router and observe the router startup sequence.
• Display router configuration information using the show running-
config and show startup-config commands and restart the router
using the reload command.
• Display router system, Cisco IOS software and configuration
register information using the show version command.



Configure an ISR using Cisco SDM Express
• Configure basic router global settings – router name, users, and
login passwords – using Cisco SDM Express.
• Configure LAN and Internet connections on a Cisco ISR using
Cisco SDM Express.




Configure Dynamic NAT using the Cisco SDM basic NAT wizard.
• Configure Network Address Translation (NAT) using Port Address
Translation (PAT) on a Cisco ISR router with the Cisco SDM Basic
NAT Wizard.



Using the Cisco CLI explore the various configuration modes.
Match the commands to their function. Drag the correct keystroke
combination to the proper definition.
Explore the features of the Cisco IOS CLI.
• Use the Cisco IOS CLI context-sensitive Help feature.
• Explore command shortcuts.
• Learn about error detection features.
• Use command history.

Use the show run and show interface commands to answer
questions about the router configuration.


Use Cisco IOS show commands on a router located at the ISP.

Use Cisco IOS CLI to perform an initial router configuration.
• Configure the router host name.
• Configure passwords.
• Configure banner messages.
• Verify the router configuration.


Configure the serial interfaces on two routers.
Configure the Ethernet and Serial interfaces of a router.
• Configure a LAN Ethernet interface.
• Configure a WAN serial interface.
• Verify the interface configurations.



Configure basic settings on a router using the Cisco IOS CLI.
• Configure the device host name for a router.
• Configure console, privileged EXEC mode, and vty passwords.
• Configure Ethernet and serial interfaces, including description.
• Configure a message of the day (MOTD) banner.
• Configure the routers to not perform domain lookup of host names.
• Configure synchronous console logging.
• Verify connectivity between hosts and routers.



Configure a default route on routers in a medium-sized business
network topology.

Configure a router as a DHCP server for attached clients.
• Configure the customer Cisco 1841 ISR as a DHCP server.




Use the Cisco SDM and IOS CLI to configure a router as a DHCP
server.
• Configure a customer router for DHCP using SDM.
• Configure a customer router for DHCP using the Cisco IOS CLI.
• Configure a DHCP client.
• Verify DHCP functionality.




Configure static NAT on a router.
• Configure the customer Cisco 1841 ISR to use NAT.
• Verify the configuration.




Configure PAT using Cisco SDM and static NAT using Cisco IOS
CLI.
• Configure basic router settings using the Cisco IOS CLI.
• Configure NAT Port Address Translation (PAT) with the Cisco SDM
Basic NAT wizard.
• Verify NAT translations using Cisco IOS commands.
• Configure and verify static NAT using Cisco IOS commands.
Back up the running configuration to a TFTP server.
• Save the current running configuration to the startup configuration.
• Back up the configuration to a TFTP server.


Use HyperTerminal to save and load the running configuration.
• Establish a HyperTerminal session with a router, and use it to
capture and save the running configuration as a text file for use as a
backup.
• Edit the file using the Notepad text editor, and use HyperTerminal
to restore the backup configuration to the router.
• Modify the file using Notepad, and use HyperTerminal to transfer
the file and configure a different router.
• Verify network connectivity.

Use TFTP to save and load the running configuration.
• Download and install TFTP server software.
• Use TFTP to copy the router running configuration from a router to
the TFTP server.
• Edit the file using the Notepad text editor, and copy the new
configuration from the TFTP server to the router.
Complete a WAN upgrade plan based on the business scenario
presented.
• Create a business proposal based on a scenario of an organization
that requires a WAN upgrade.

Configure a serial WAN connection from a Cisco ISR to a CSU/DSU
at an ISP.
• Configure PPP as the encapsulation type on a serial interface.
• Verify the PPP configuration.

Power up a Cisco 2960 switch.
• Set up a new Cisco LAN switch.
• Connect a computer to the router console interface.
• Configure HyperTerminal so that the computer can communicate
with the router.

Configure the basic settings on a Cisco Catalyst switch.


Perform a basic switch configuration.
• Perform an initial configuration of a Cisco Catalyst 2960 switch.

Configure and connect the switch to the LAN using a configuration
checklist.
• Connect a switch to the network.
• Verify the configuration on the switch.
Configure and connect the Cisco 2960 switch.
• Configure initial switch global settings.
• Configure host PCs and attach them to the switch.
• Configure a router and attach it to the switch.
• Configure a switch management VLAN IP address.
• Verify network connectivity.
• Configure basic port security.
• Configure port duplex and speed settings.
Use the CDP show commands to discover information about devices
in the network.
• Examine CDP show commands.
• Examine CDP configuration commands.
                                                                               Supported by
                          Equipment Needed
                                                                                 NETLAB

    do not due LABS that require an 1841 ISR --
    we don't have one YET.
• Cisco 1841 ISR or other comparable router
• Power cable
                                                                            Lab not supported
• Windows PC with terminal emulation program
• RJ45-to-DB9 connector console cable




• Cisco 1841 ISR router with SDM version 2.4 installed
• Cisco 1841 ISR router configured with factory default settings and with
a serial port add-in module
• (Optional) Other Cisco router model with SDM installed
                                                                            CRP or BRPv2 pod
• Windows XP computer with Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher and SUN
                                                                            SDM is needed.
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.4.2_05 or later (or Java
Virtual Machine (JVM) 5.0.0.3810).
• Straight-through or crossover category 5 Ethernet cable
• Access to PC network TCP/IP configuration
• Cisco 1841 ISR router with SDM version 2.4 or later installed and with
basic configuration completed
• (Optional) Other Cisco router model with SDM installed
• Windows XP computer with Internet Explorer 5.5 or later and Sun Java CRP or BRPv2 pod
Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.4.2_05 or later (or Java Virtual     SDM is needed.
Machine (JVM) 5.0.0.3810)
• Straight-through or crossover Category 5 Ethernet cable
• Access to PC network TCP/IP configuration
• Two routers, each with an Ethernet and serial interface. These should
be non-SDM routers, if possible, because the required SDM startup
configuration is deleted when the startup-config is erased.
• Two Windows XP computers with HyperTerminal installed
• Two straight-through Category 5 Ethernet cables (H1 to S1 and S1 to
R2)                                                                       CRP or BRPv2 pod
• Crossover Category 5 Ethernet cable (H2 to R2)
• Null serial cable (R1 to R2)
• Console cables (H1 ro R1 and H2 to R2)
• Access to the host H1 and H2 command prompt
• Access to the host H1 and H2 network TCP/IP configuration




• Cisco 1841 ISR router (or comparable) with SDM version 2.4 or above
installed to act as the customer router
• Cisco 1841 router (or other router) to act as the ISP router
• Cisco 2960 switch (or other switch/hub) to connect hosts H1, H2, and
the customer router
• Windows XP computer (host H1) with Internet Explorer 5.5 or later and
Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.4.2_05 or later (or Java
                                                                        CRP or BRPv2 pod
Virtual Machine (JVM) 5.0.0.3810)
• Windows XP computer (host H2)
• Straight-through Category 5 Ethernet cables
• Null serial cable (R1 to R2)
• Console cables (H1 to R1 and H2 to R2)
• Access to the host H1 and H2 command prompt
• Access to the host H1 and H2 network TCP/IP configuration




• Cisco 1841 ISR router (or comparable) with SDM version 2.4 or later
installed to act as the customer router
• Cisco 1841 router (or other router) to act as the ISP router
• Cisco 2960 switch (or other switch/hub) to connect hosts H1, H2, and
the customer router
• Windows XP computer (host H1) with Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher
and Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.4.2_05 or later (or
                                                                          CRP or BRPv2 pod
Java Virtual Machine (JVM) 5.0.0.3810)
• Windows XP computer (host H2)
• Straight-through Category 5 Ethernet cables
• Null serial cable (R1 to R2)
• Console cables (H1 to R1 and H2 to R2)
• Access to the host H1 and H2 command prompt
• Access to the host H1 and H2 network TCP/IP configuration
• Two routers, each with an Ethernet and serial interface
• Two Windows XP computers
• Straight-through Category 5 Ethernet cable (H1 to switch)
• Crossover Category 5 Ethernet cable (H2 to router R2)
                                                                   Lab not supported
• Null serial cable
• Console cables (from H1 and H2 to routers R1 and R2)
• Access to the computer host command prompt
• Access to the computer host network TCP/IP configuration


• One router with an Ethernet interface
• One Windows XP computer (or optional Discovery Server)
                                                                   CRP or BRPv2 pod
• Crossover Category 5 Ethernet cable (H1 to router R1)
                                                                   TFTP Server is
• Console cable (from H1 to R1)
                                                                   needed.
• Access to the computer host command prompt
• Access to the computer host network TCP/IP configuration

                                                                   No equipment is
Pencil and paper
                                                                   needed




• Cisco 2960 or other comparable switch
• Power cable
                                                                   Lab not supported
• Windows PC with terminal emulation program
• Console cable




• Cisco 2960 switch or other comparable switch
• Router with Ethernet interface to connect to switch
• Three Windows-based PCs, one with a terminal emulation program
• RJ-45-to-DB-9 connector console cable                            LSP or BSP pod
• Three straight-through Ethernet cables
• Access to the PC command prompt
• Access to a PC network TCP/IP configuration

				
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