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Cisco CCNA Lab Workbook 200-125


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Cisco CCNA Lab Workbook 200-125

Fully Revised and Updated for the current exam!

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Passing the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing & Switching 200-125 certification exam is difficult enough if you are fully prepared by attending a Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching class with an instructor and you have access to all the proper books and equipment. But what happens when you go home as it is not reasonable for you to retain all that information you would have been exposed to in a one week boot camp. You will need to setup a CCNA lab v3 in your home or work to really absorb all those concepts and cement them into your brain through actual hands-on application. This is where our CCNA Lab Workbook v3.0 R&S 200-125 can help you!

Our CCNA Lab Workbook 200-125 was designed with the knowledge that most of our customers can’t afford a large lab. Some people can only afford the bare minimum two router lab. Other people may have a larger budget that will accommodate three Cisco routers and three Cisco switches or more in their lab. But no matter what the size of your lab, you need to have some sort of lab guide to help you along in your CCNA v3 studies.

That is exactly why we created our generic CCNA Lab Workbook. It will provide you access to 70+ different CCNA labs. Some of these labs will be able to be completed on a single router, some will require two routers and other labs will require three routers. Does this mean if you only have two routers in your CCNA lab that this lab workbook is of no value to you and that you can't do all the labs? Definitely not! It will still be able to help you in your lab studies. You will note that some of the labs such as the three router EIGRP lab can also be performed with only two routers. What will you lose? Simply the extra set of routes the third router would have produced. So you can just ignore that portion of the lab.

This Cisco CCNA lab workbook is like no other lab workbook out there. Not only do you get 60 detailed labs, you are also explained the theory behind the lab as we step you through the lab and we then provide review questions and answers at the end of the lab. Don't settle for lab workbooks that have very basic two router configurations. Click on this sample lab below and review how we use every possible interface with redundancy and all. Our labs are not like the cheesy 7 step labs in the Sybex CCNA study guide or such.By reviewing the CCNA Routing & Switching lab sample below, you will clearly see why our complex, step by step labs are the best!

Click here for sample CCNA 200-125 EIGRP Lab


This 470+ page Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching 200-125 Self-Study Lab Workbook will walk you through 60 different CCNA Routing & Switching lab scenarios. That comes out to about seventy five cents per lab! What a deal! Below you will find a list of all the labs covered:

  • Lab 1-1 Identifying Router Components and Accessories
  • Lab 1-2 Router Connectivity
  • Lab 1-3 Identify Router and Switch IOS
  • Lab 2-1 Cisco 1700/1800/2500/2600 Series Password Recovery
  • Lab 2-2 Configure Login, EXEC, and MOTD Banners
  • Lab 2-3 Configuring the Password Encryption Service
  • Lab 2-4 Exec Timeout and Login Failure Rate
  • Lab 2-5 Installing a TFTP Server & Overview
  • Lab 2-6 Upgrading the IOS for 1700/1800/2500/2600 Routers
  • Lab 2-7 Cisco Licensing
  • Lab 3-1 Terminal Server Setup
  • Lab 4-1 Static Routing
  • Lab 4-2 Default Routing
  • Lab 5-1 EIGRP Routing
  • Lab 5-2 EIGRP Split-Horizon
  • Lab 6-1 OSPF Routing
  • Lab 6-2 Multi-Area OSPF Routing
  • Lab 7-1 Cisco 2900/3500 Switch Password Recovery
  • Lab 7-2 Switching Introduction
  • Lab 7-3 VLANs
  • Lab 7-4 Trunking
  • Lab 7-5 VTP
  • Lab 7-6 Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Lab 7-7 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol< br/>Lab 7-8 Per VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Lab 7-9 Inter-VLAN Routing
  • Lab 7-10 Configuring an EtherChannel Link
  • Lab 7-11 Configuring EtherChannel Using PagP
  • Lab 7-12 Configuring Etherchannel Using LACP
  • Lab 7-13 Configuring a PortChannel Interface
  • Lab 8-1 Standard ACL
  • Lab 8-2 Extended ACL
  • Lab 8-3 Named ACL
  • Lab 8-4 Trusted Hosts
  • Lab 8-5 Controlling VTY Access
  • Lab 9-1 Cisco Discovery Protocol
  • Lab 9-2 DHCP, DHCP Relay & DHCP Exclusions
  • Lab 9-3 DNS
  • Lab 9-4 Configuring NTP
  • Lab 9-5 Configuring Logging to a Remote Syslog Server
  • Lab 9-5 NetFlow
  • Lab 9-6 Routing Redundancy with HSRP and VRRP
  • Lab 10-1 Static Inside Source Address Translation
  • Lab 10-2 Dynamic NAT
  • Lab 10-3 Overloading an Inside Global Address
  • Lab 11-1 Frame-Relay Switching
  • Lab 11-2 Frame-Relay on Physical Interfaces
  • Lab 11-3 Frame-Relay on a Point-to-Point Interface
  • Lab 11-4 Frame-Relay on Multi-Point Interfaces
  • Lab 12-1 PPP Encapsulation
  • Lab 12-2 PPP PAP Authentication
  • Lab 12-3 PPP CHAP Authentication
  • Lab 12-4 HDLC Encapsulation
  • Lab 13-1 IPv6 Link Local Addressing
  • Lab 13-2 IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing
  • Lab 13-3 IPv6 Site Local Addressing
  • Lab 13-4 IPv6 Global Addressing
  • Lab 13-5 EIGRP IPv6 Routing
  • Lab 13-6 Configuring Basic IPv6 OSPFv3
  • Lab 13-7 Configuring IPv6 over Frame-Relay with OSPFv3
  • Lab 14-1 Configuring an IPSec Tunnel
  • Lab 14-2 GRE Over IPSec Virtual Tunnel
  • Lab 15-1 Installing & Configuring Cisco Configuration Professional

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