Premium CCNA Voice 640-461 Lab Kit II


Premium CCNA Voice 640-461 Lab Kit II

This Premium CCNA Voice 640-461 Lab Kit II is a great kit to serve as a base two router and two switch kit for your CCNA R&S certification and then bring you to your CCNA Voice exam and/or the first part of CCNA Collaboration. These Cisco routers and switches will give you the hands-on experience you need to not only pass your Cisco CCNA Voice 640-461 exam ICOMM v8.0 (Introducing Cisco Voice and Unified Communications), but also the real world experience to land a job setting up and maintaining a Voice infrastructure!

This kit matches up very well to the Cisco Press book that is used in the Cisco Press CCNA Voice Lab Workbook by Brent Sieling so you can perform the same labs they would teach you if you went to an official Cisco class!

You will receive two Cisco 2811 Voice enabled routers with 5256B DRAM and 128MB of Flash. Each router will have a VWIC2-1MFT-T1/E1 Digital Interface module and a PVDM2-32 DSP Processor. Additionally we include a VIC2-2FXS and an analog phone for your analog labs and a VIC2-FXO for yoru PBX based labs. The routers also come with CCP (Cisco Configuration Professional) and CME 8.6. We also have an option to include an AIM-CUE module for your Voicemail services.

From a switch perspective we include a two 3550 POE switches to power your IP Phones. We also include two 7962 IP Phones with the power cubes just in case you want to use the power cubes.

  • Tested and Guaranteed working!!
  • Two Cisco 2811 256/128 Routers with CME 8.6, CCP and 15.1 IOS
  • Two Cisco 7962 IP Phones & Power Cubes
  • Two Cisco 3550 POE EMI IOS Switches
  • Two Cisco VWIC2-1MFT-T1/E1 Modules
  • Two PVDM2-32 Digital Processing Modules
  • One VIC2-2FXS Analog Voice Module
  • One VIC2-2FXO PBX Voice Module
  • One Analog Phone
  • Two Crossover and Two Patch Cables
  • One Console Kit
  • One CCNA TCP/IP Poster
  • 30 Day Warranty!

The FTDI Console Cable Upgrade swaps out the classic console cable for this new solution to complete your console connection. This is our newest option for your console connection. This cable has the new FTDI chip installed and eliminates the need for both the classic console connection and the USB-Serial Adapater!  It goes directly from USB to RJ-45! Another great bonus to this, from our testing, is that it has a near perfect success rate in the break sequence working! (used to reset the router, password recovery, etc). This is a big bonus because the converters can be a bit of a pain in that department.  All around, this is an excellent addition to any techs tool box!  *If you do not have a 9-Pin serial port on your computer (most modern computers do not) or a USB-to-Serial converter, you will need this to complete your console (management) connection.  We highly recommend this.

What are some of the labs covered by this kit? Well look at them all below!

Part I: Voice Concepts

Chapter 1 Traditional and Unified Voice

Chapter 2 Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Solutions

Chapter 3 Establishing Network Connectivity and Understanding IP Phone Registration

Part II: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME)

Chapter 4 Introduction to CUCME Administration

Chapter 5 Configuring Phones and Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME)

Chapter 6 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME) Dial Plans and QoS

Chapter 7 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME) Productivity Features

Part III: Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)

Chapter 8 Administrative Interfaces

Chapter 9 Managing Services, Phones, and Users

Chapter 10 CUCM Dial Plan

Chapter 11 CUCM Telephony Features

Chapter 12 CUCM Mobility Features

Part IV: Voicemail and Presence Solutions

Chapter 13 Cisco Unity Connection

Chapter 14 Cisco Unified Presence

Part V: Management and Troubleshooting

Chapter 15 Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME)

Chapter 16 Troubleshooting CUCM

Chapter 17 Monitoring Cisco Unity Connection


Additional Items Include:

  • CertificationKits CCNA Test Engine($49.99 value)
  • CertificationKits CCNA Lab Workbook v2.0 R&S 200-120 ($44.99 value)
  • CertificationKits CCNA How & Why We Subnet Workbook($19.99 value)
  • CertificationKits CCNA CRAM Sheet($14.99 value)
  • CertificationKits CCNA TCP/IP Poster($9.99 value)
  • IOS Backup as applicable and noted above for the Router and Switches
  • CertificationKits TFTP Server
  • CertificationKits Subnet Calculator
  • CertificationKits Binary Bits Game
  • 50 CCNA Instructional Videos
  • Cisco Network Assistant
  • Cisco Router Password Decryptor
  • Cisco VPN Client
  • Port Scanner
  • WinPcap 4.1.3
  • WireShark 1.10.05
  • Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) 2.8 for 1841/2800 Routers

CCNA Lab Workbook

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:

Chapter 1 Introduction to Cisco Routers

  • Lab 1-1 Identifying Router Components and Accessories 
  • Lab 1-2 Router Connectivity 
  • Lab 1-3 Identify Router and Switch IOS

Chapter 2 General Router Configuration Tasks

  • Lab 2-1 Cisco 1700/1800/2500/2600 Series Passwords & 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 on a Router 
  • Lab 2-7 Cisco Licensing

Chapter 3 Configuring a Terminal Server

  • Lab 3-1 Terminal Server Setup

Chapter 4 Configuring Static Routes

  • Lab 4-1 Static Routing 
  • Lab 4-2 Default Routing

Chapter 5 Configuring Routers using RIP/RIPV2 Protocol

  • Lab 5-1 RIPV2 Routing

Chapter 6 Configuring Routers using the EIGRP Protocol

  • Lab 6-1 EIGRP Routing 
  • Lab 6-2 EIGRP Split-Horizon

Chapter 7 Configuring Routers using the OSPF Protocol

  • Lab 7-1 OSPF Routing 
  • Lab 7-2 Multi-Area OSPF Routing

Chapter 8 Configuring Routers using EBGP Protocol

  • Lab 8-1 Border Gateway Routing Protocol(EBGP)

Chapter 9 Configuring Catalyst Switches

  • Lab 9-1 Cisco 2900/3500 Switch Password Recovery 
  • Lab 9-2 Switching and VLAN Introduction 
  • Lab 9-3 Trunking 
  • Lab 9-4 VTP/VTPV2 
  • Lab 9-5 Spanning Tree Protocol 
  • Lab 9-6 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol 
  • Lab 9-7 Per VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol 
  • Lab 9-8 Inter-VLAN Routing 
  • Lab 9-9 Configuring an EtherChannel Link 
  • Lab 9-10 Configuring EtherChannel Using PAgP 
  • Lab 9-11 Configuring EtherChannel Using LACP 
  • Lab 9-12 Configuring a PortChannel Interface 
  • Lab 9-13 ConfiguringSwitchPort Port Security 
  • Lab 9-14 Configuring Local Span

Chapter 10 Configuring Access Lists, VTY Access and AAA Authentication

  • Lab 10-1 Standard ACL 
  • Lab 10-2 Extended ACL 
  • Lab 10-3 Named ACL 
  • Lab 10-4 IPV6 Access-list 
  • Lab 10-5 Trusted Hosts 
  • Lab 10-6 Controlling VTY Access 
  • Lab 10-7 AAA Authentication

Chapter 11 Configuring Network Services

  • Lab 11-1 Cisco Discovery Protocol 
  • Lab 11-2 Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) 
  • Lab 11-3 DHCP, DHCP Relay & DHCP Exclusions 
  • Lab 11-4 DNS 
  • Lab 11-5 Configuring NTP 
  • Lab 11-6 Configuring Logging to a Remote Syslog Server 
  • Lab 11-7 NetFlow 
  • Lab 11-8 Routing Redundancy with HSRP and VRRP 
  • Lab 11-9 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Chapter 12 Configuring Network Address Translation

  • Lab 12-1 Static Inside Source Address Translation 
  • Lab 12-2 Dynamic NAT 
  • Lab 12-3 Overloading an Inside Global Address

Chapter 13 Configuring Encapsulation Types

  • Lab 13-1 PPP Encapsulation 
  • Lab 13-2 PPP PAP Authentication 
  • Lab 13-3 PPP CHAP Authentication 
  • Lab 13-4 Configuring MultilinkPPP(MLPPP) 
  • Lab 13-5 Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet(PPPoE) 

Lab 13-6 HDLC Encapsulation

  • Chapter 14 Configuring IPV6 Addressing 
  • Lab 14-1 IPv6 Link Local Addressing 
  • Lab 14-2 IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing 
  • Lab 14-3 IPv6 Site Local Addressing 
  • Lab 14-4 IPv6 Global Addressing 
  • Lab 14-5 Configuring EIGRP IPv6 Routing 
  • Lab 14-6 Configuring Basic IPv6 OSPFv3

Chapter 15 Configuring IPSec

  • Lab 15-1 Configuring an IPSec Tunnel 
  • Lab 15-2 GRE Over IPSec Virtual Tunnel

Chapter 16 Installing & Configuring Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP)

  • Lab 16-1 Installing & Configuring Cisco Configuration Professional

Appendix A Router Interface Summary