101 Cisco CCNA Labs
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101 Cisco CCNA Labs

Challenge labs along with video and written solutions to help you pass your Cisco CCENT/ICND2/CCNA exams.
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Created by Paul Browning
Last updated 5/2017
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  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 70 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Gain hands on Cisco experience
  • Improve your configuration skills
  • Increase your accuracy and speed
  • Master the skills you need to pass the exam
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Requirements
  • Basic network theory knowledge
  • Knowledge of CCNA level theory
  • Access to Cisco equipment, GNS3 or Packet Tracer
Description

The Cisco CCNA exam has a 50% failure rate. Most of the students fail on the notorious practical scenarios due to getting stuck configuring the labs or just running out of time. Most books feature very few hand on labs and no solutions leaving you confused and ill equipped come exam day.

This is where 101 Cisco CCNA Labs can help. Created by two Cisco experts we take you through all the technologies you need to know for the exam and the real world of internetworking. We set the challenge and then take you through the solution step-by-step showing you how to quickly and easily configure complex technologies.

101 labs for the Cisco CCNA Exams has been making the difference between a pass and fail for thousands of Cisco students since it was first released in 2009. Now completely revised and updated for the latest exam changes. 

This course will get you through the brand new CCNA 3.0 exam. We've broken it all down to match the new syllabus topics so you can take the CCNA or the ICND1 and ICND2:

  • 100-105 ICND1
  • 200-105 ICND2
  • 200-125 CCNA

We take you from beginner level to well beyond CCNA so you will be more than ready for the exam. All the lab challenges and solutions can be printed so you can practise anytime.

Who is the target audience?
  • Cisco CCNA students
  • Network engineers interested in Cisco configuration
  • Cisco Network Academy students
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Curriculum For This Course
121 Lectures
09:59:33
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Welcome to the Course
1 Lecture 13:14

A few tips on how to get the best from your course as well as how to get hands on experience.

Preview 13:14
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ICND1 - 1.0 Network Fundamentals
4 Lectures 23:43

Nice easy lab to start with. Adding IPv4 addresses to interfaces. You will be doing a lot of this!

Preview 08:15

Configuring IPv6 addresses is a simple process but you must remember to enable IPv6 on your router before you start.

083 - Configure, Verify and Troubleshoot IPv6 Addressing
06:30

IPv6 features several methods to make addressing interfaces a breeze. Here we cover address auto configuration as well as EUI 64 addressing.

084 - Configuring IPv6 Address Autoconfiguration
04:49

Packets do not move across the  network without ARP but many engineers don't really understand the process. Here we look into ARP and Proxy ARP.

085 - ARP and Proxy ARP
04:09
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ICND1 - 2.0 LAN Switching Fundamentals
12 Lectures 01:12:47

Beginner lab looking at VLAN configuration.

Preview 07:19

VTP will make your life easier as a network admin. In this lesson we learn how to configure it.

003 - Configuring VTP Clients and Servers on Catalyst Switches
08:57

VTP transparent mode is a theory only subject in the CCNA but we've added it because it offers some useful features for you as a network admin.

004 - Configuring VTP Transparent Mode
06:52

A good network engineer secures all network updates. Here is how you secure your VTP updates.

005 - Securing VTP Domains
07:35

A core CCNA subject. Switchport security is an almost certain subject for your exam.

Preview 07:44

More switchport security settings and options.

007 - Configuring Advanced Switch Access Port Security
05:29

More to learn for securing your switch ports.

008 - Configuring Advanced Static Switch Access Port Security
07:06

Cisco expect you to know how to turn off auto negotiation of trunking on your link. Many companies use this feature also so learn it well!

Preview 01:36

This has dropped down from the CCNP SWITCH. Dynamic ports are a need-to-know subject for the exam.

010 - Setting Switch Ports to Dynamic
03:40

An exam requirement. How do you set the router or switch up to send all traffic to a network destination address?

016 - Configuring a Default Gateway for Routers and Switches
08:45

CDP is a very useful tool for network troubleshooting. It also presents a security risk so we'll look at how to disable it.

Preview 05:27

LLDP is a new addition to the CCNA exam. Packet tracer supports this technology however the command options are limited.

086 - Configuring LLDP
02:17
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ICND1 - 3.0 Routing Fundamentals
10 Lectures 01:00:17

Another new exam subject. Here we cover how to do inter-VLAN routing using router sub-interfaces.

019 - Configuring and Allowing Inter-VLAN routing - Router Sub-Interfaces
11:25

You will need a layer 3 switch for this lab. Not sure why they have added it to the syllabus but it's in there!

020 - Configuring and Allowing inter-VLAN Routing - SVI
04:39

The first of two ways to add a static route to your routers.

042 - Configuring Static Routing via Interfaces
06:31

You can also configure a static route to send traffic to a next hop IP address so long as the network is connected.

043 - Configuring Static Routing via IP addresses
04:05

Did you know you can name a static route? Here's how.

044 - Configuring and Naming Static Routes
03:36

Also known as a default gateway. This is where you send traffic when there is no route in the routing table.

045 - Configuring Default Static Routes
02:04

This may or may not be in the exam. IPv6 is and static routing is so just to be on the safe side here you go.

051 - IPv6 Static Routing
09:53

You can expect at least a theory question on this but let's put it into context with an easy lab.

052 - IPv6 Static Default Routing
02:11

087 - Configuring Floating Static Routes
07:03

You need to be able to configure a switch port to recover in the case of it going into err-disable state. Here's how.

088 - Err-disable Recovery
08:50
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ICND1 - 4.0 Infrastructure Services
16 Lectures 01:42:57

A strong exam topic this one so learn it. How to use your router to issue addresses via DHCP.

021 - Configuring IOS DHCP Server
08:04

Another DHCP lab but with some break-fix suggestions and debugs.

090 - Troubleshoot Client- and Router-based DHCP Connectivity Issues
04:47

Here we learn how to configure the router to use NTP servers for the internal clock settings. Pretty common on live networks.

022 - Configuring Router as an NTP Client
02:53

The first of many ACL labs. We start off nice and easy.

023 - Configuring and Applying Standard Numbered ACLs
09:40

Names ACLs are a must know exam subject and pretty cool to boot!

024 - Configuring and Applying Standard Named ACLs
06:03


Extended ACLs are pretty tough but give you far more granularity than standard ACLs ever will.

026 - Configuring and Applying Extended Named ACLs Inbound
09:42

027 - Configuring and Applying Extended Numbered ACLs
12:47

Big exam subject. Using ACLs to restrict telnet access.

028 - Restricting Inbound Telnet Access Using Extended ACLs
03:14

More of a bonus subject this one. How to use ACLs to help debug your network traffic.

029 - Debugging Network Traffic Using Extended ACLs
01:38

A new feature since IOS 12.4 so Cisco want you to know it. It's pretty cool!

030 - ACL Sequence Numbers
04:18

Logging is part of the CCNA syllabus so we've added it with ACLs just in case.

031 - Logging ACL Matches
04:40

NAT can be tricky but you need to know it back to front.

032 - Configuring Static Network Address Translation
06:58

Dynamic NAT is used on most networks so you need to learn it well.

033 - Configuring Dynamic Network Address Translation
08:02

PAT configuration matches dynamic NAT closely but you need to add one command.

034 - Configuring interface-based Port Address Translation
06:21

This lab looks at how to use PAT with your pool of addresses.

035 - Configuring pool-based Port Address Translation
05:32
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ICND1 - 5.0 Infrastructure Maintenance
14 Lectures 41:08

Here we take a look at some of your password options for your switch.

011 - Configuring Passwords on Catalyst Switches
02:47

Telnet gives you remote access to your network equipment. Let's cover how to enable it.

012 - Permitting Telnet access to Catalyst Switches
02:52

An alternative way to enable telnet access.

013 - Permitting Telnet access to Catalyst IOS switches – Login Local
01:31

Console access is the first way you set up your switch or router out of the box. You need to know how it works and how to protect it.

014 - Permitting Console Access to Catalyst IOS Switches
02:14

There is a big difference between enable and enable secret password. We also look at setting a timeout value.

015 - Enable Secret Password & Exec Timeout
02:09

Not all users should have full access to router commands. Here's how to set limits.

037 - Configuring User Privileges on IOS Devices
03:47

More configuration commands to lock down router access for users.

038 - Configuring Command & Password Privilege Levels on Devices
03:06

Every router and switch has a banner message for legal reasons. Here's how to configure one.

039 - Configuring MOTD Banners
02:11

The config register is used for disaster recovery or to make your life easier when studying for the exam using live equipment.

040 - Changing the Configuration Register on IOS Devices
00:35

Big exam subject. Here is how to set your router or switch up for SSH access.

041 - Configure SSH Access
06:36

A quick lab on logging to a syslog server.

081 - Configuring IOS Device Logging to a SYSLOG server
01:48

I'm going to show you two ways to upgrade the Cisco IOS. The easiest option here is to use Packet Tracer unless you have a home lab and access to two IOS versions for your router.

091 - Cisco IOS Upgrade
02:36

You can also copy files using FTP (among other protocols). Here's how.

092 - Cisco IOS Upgrade Using FTP
04:42

Being able to recover a router when you have forgotten your enable password is a very useful skill. It's also an exam requirement so let's see how it's done.

111 - Cisco IOS Password Recovery
04:14
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ICND1 - Challenge Labs
9 Lectures 00:00

Putting two subjects together. One easy and one hard.

Challenge 1 - ACL and Static Routes
2 pages

Another ACL challenge. You can never do too many ACL labs.

Challenge 2 - ACL and Static Routes
2 pages

Although these aren't considered major subjects, they are all in the syllabus so some or all of them are likely to come up.

Challenge 4 - CDP, Banner Messages and NTP
2 pages

First of three ways to configure NAT.

Challenge 5 - Static NAT
1 page

NAT pools or dynamic NAT are used on almost every network in the world. You can expect to be tested on it in the exam.

Challenge 6 - NAT Pool
1 page

NAT overload or PAT is an important CCNA exam topic.

Challenge 7 - NAT Pool
1 page

Not sure if this will come up in the exam but it's better to be safe than sorry.

Challenge 8 - IPv6 Static Routes
1 page

Securing the switch ports is a crucial skill for the CCNA exam.

Challenge 10 - Switchport Security
2 pages

Here we cover several areas including VLANs, trunk security, DTP and VTP.

Challenge 11 - Trunking and VTP
2 pages
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ICND2 - 1.0 LAN Switching Technologies
12 Lectures 01:00:34

You will find this on your CCNA syllabus. It's also a must do security step for live networks.

017 - Changing the Native VLAN and Shutting Unused Ports
02:40

You may not want all the VLANs to cross on your trunk links so here's how to do that. We also cover how to change the VTP version.

018 - Restricting VLANs on Trunks and Changing the VTP version
05:45

Let's look at how to configure extended VLANs.

002 - Configuring extended VLANs on Catalyst Switches
06:19

053 - Verifying Spanning-Tree Port States on Catalyst Switches
05:17

This is the first of two methods you need to know to manually set your root bridge.

054 - Spanning-Tree Protocol Root Bridges Manually
10:58

You can set the spanning tree root bridge using an IOS macro command. Here's how.

055 - Spanning-Tree Protocol Root Bridges using the IOS Macro
03:01

As well as the interface range you can use a macro to save time. This isn't an exam topic but it will make you a better engineer.

056 - Assigning Multiple Instances to a VLAN Simultaneously
05:39

Portfast is an important switching topic and incorrect use can lead to major network issues. Here's how to configure it.

057 - Configuring Spanning-Tree Protocol for Access Ports (Portfast)
02:38

Configuring RSTP is an exam requirement. It's only one command.

Preview 01:24

Still in the new CCNA syllabus. You need to be able to configure the three types of Etherchannels for the exam.

093 - Configuring Etherchannels
08:12

802.1x is a new CCNA subject. Cisco are vague about whether you need to understand theory only or some hands on too so here's how to configure it. You will need a live switch, it won't work on Packet Tracer.

094 - Configuring 802.1x Authentication
04:28

Cisco have added more security topics into the CCNA exam. This is another one which has dropped in from the CCNP.

095 - Configure DHCP Snooping
04:13
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ICND2 - 2.0 Routing Technologies
16 Lectures 01:32:07

OSPF behaves differently depending upon the network type it is configured on. Here is a point-to-point configuration.

046 - Configuring OSPF on Point-to-Point Networks
03:39

Configuring OSPF on a broadcast network so we need a DR and possibly also a BDR.

047 - Configuring OSPF on Broadcast Networks
03:21

You may well want to hard set the OSPF router ID. Here is how you do just that.

048 - Manually configuring the OSPF Router ID
03:50

Passive interface is an exam topic for OSPF and EIGRP. Here is how to do it for OSPF.

049 - Manually configuring the OSPF Passive Interface
01:04

A quick look at a very useful debug command for OSPF.

080 - Debugging OSPF Adjacencies
04:53

Here we configure multi-area OSPF which is a core ICND2 exam topic.

079 - Configuring Multi-Area OSPF
08:09

Nice simple single area configuration lab. It will get harder in ICND2!

050 - Configuring Single Area OSPFv3
05:04

096 - Configure Multi-Area OSPFv3
11:09

This is a very simple EIGRP lab so you can have a go configuring the commands.

070 - Configuring Basic EIGRP Routing
02:52

You can optionaly add wildcard masks to your EIGRP networks. This gives you more granularity.

071 - Configuring EIGRP Routing Using Wildcard Masks
07:30

In this lab we look at the command which enables automatic summarization and how to turn it off.

072 - EIGRP Automatic Summarization
05:07

Passive interfaces is an exam requirement. Here we look at how to enable it for EIGRP.

073 - Passive Interfaces for EIGRP Updates
05:24

Summarizing routes allows the network administrator to advertise less routes across the network. Here's how you do it.

074 - Summarizing Routes with EIGRP
06:03

I'm sure you have read about the EIGRP database so let's look at how to view it.

075 - Verifying the EIGRP Database
02:12

Split horizon causes issues for protocols such as EIGRP. Here is the command you need to add to solve the issue.

076 - EIGRP Split Horizon
11:39

How to configure EIGRP for IPv6. 

097 - Configuring EIGRP for IPv6
10:11
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ICND2 - 3.0 WAN Technologies
11 Lectures 56:11

Very simple lab to start off our WAN protocols and configurations.

059 - Configuring back-to-back Serial Connections
04:09

Another simple lab. Here we cover the command to show us the encapsulation type used as well as a simple debug.

060 - Verifying Cisco HDLC Encapsulation
02:05

PPP is a very common WAN protocol because it offers authentication as well as working with multiple vendors equipment.

061 - Configuring PPP Encapsulation
04:36

First way we can use authentication with PPP. Not recomended.

062 - PPP Authentication using PAP
04:04

The first of two methods for configuring CHAP authentication.

063 - PPP Authentication using CHAP – Method 1
07:19

The second way to configure CHAP authentication.

064 - PPP Authentication using CHAP – Method 2
05:49

098 - Configure MLPPP Encapsulation
05:20

PPPoE was in the previous CCNA exam. You need to know how to configure it so here goes!

099 - Configure PPPoE (Client and Server Side)
05:23

eBGP is in the new CCNA syllabus but we put iBGP in here for completeness.

100 - Configuring iBGP
05:18

New for the CCNA syllabus and one of the hardest subjects to master. We cover the most common configuration and show commands here.

110 - Configuring eBGP
07:01

GRE Tunnels are a new CCNA subject. Here's how to configure them.

101 - Configuring GRE Tunnels
05:07
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Paul Browning
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I worked in the police in the UK for 12 years as a patrol officer and detective. While I was in the job I helped teach the new e-mail system to other officers. I took a few IT exams and then left for a career in IT in June 2000.

I took a few more exams with vendors such as Cisco and Microsoft and got a job working for Cisco for two years. I then started an IT training company teaching Cisco and computer networking courses. I built the business until it had several offices in the UK and then sold it.

I now run a publishing business and several websites teaching IT related subjects. I've learned how to build a successful company and how to make it in the world of IT. I hope what I've learned helps you too.

Paul Browning - December 2014