CCNA2 Module 11 Access Control Lists (ACLs)
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11.2.1a Configuring Standard Access Lists very important
11.2.2a Configuring Extended Access Lists very important, same setup as 11.2.1a
11.2.3a Configuring a Named Access List very important, same setup as 11.2.1a
11.2.1b Standard ACLs important, best do a pair or group
11.2.6 VTY Restriction important, same setup as 11.2.1b
11.2.2b Simple Extended Access Lists read through, no suitable router for BHM
CCNA2 Module 10 - Intermediate TCP/IP
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10.1.6 Multiple Active Host Sessions short but interesting
10.2.5 Well-Known Port Numbers and Multiple Sessions interesting, same setup as 10.1.6
CCNA2 Module 9 - Basic Router Troubleshooting
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9.1.1 Using show ip route to Examine Routing Tables important
9.1.2 Gateway of last Resort useful, same setup as 9.1.1
9.1.8 Last Route Update useful, same setup as 9.1.1
9.2.6 Troubleshooting Using ping and telnet very important, (note: errors on labsheet)
9.3.4 Troubleshooting Using traceroute big setup, do if time permits otherwise read through
9.3.5 Troubleshoting Routing Issues with show ip route and show ip protocols useful, same physical setup as 9.1.1
9.3.7 Troubleshooting Routing Issues with debug useful, same setup as 9.3.5
CCNA2 Module 8 - TCP/IP Suite Error and Control Messages
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there are no labs in this module
CCNA2 Module 7 - Distance Vector Routing Protocols
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7.2.2 Configuring RIP simple but very important
7.2.6 Troubleshooting RIP important, same setup as 7.2.2
7.2.7 Preventing Routing Updates Through an Interface important
7.2.9 Load Balancing Across Multiple Paths similar setup to 7.2.7
7.3.5 Configuring IGRP important
7.3.6 Default Routing with RIP and IGRP can do as group
7.3.8 Unequal Cost Load Balancing with IGRP review
CCNA2 Module 6 - Routing and Routing Protocols
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6.1.6 Configuring Static Routes very important, can be done pairs/group
CCNA2 Module 5 - Managing Cisco IOS Software
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5.1.3 Using the Boot System Command useful
5.1.5 Troubleshooting Configuration Register Boot Problems useful, use Cisco configuation register tool
5.2.3 Managing Configuration Files with TFTP important
5.2.5 Managing IOS Images with TFTP important
5.2.6a Password Recovery Procedures important
5.2.6b Managing IOS Images with ROMmon and Xmodem slow, just read through
CCNA2 Module 4 - Learning About Other Devices
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4.1.4 Creating a Network Map using CDP
4.1.6 Using CDP Commands similar setup to 4.1.4
4.2.2 Establishing and Verifying a Telnet Connection
4.2.3 Suspending and Disconnecting Telnet Sessions same setup as 4.2.2
4.2.3 Advanced Telnet Operations optional
4.2.5a Connectivity Tests - Ping
4.2.5b Connectivity Tests - Traceroute same setup as 4.2.5a
4.2.6 Troubleshooting IP Address Issues same setup as 4.2.5a
CCNA2 Module 3 - Configuring a Router
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3.1.2 Command Modes and Router Identification fluffy and short, but good practice
3.1.3 Configuring Router Passwords important, you will have to do this often
3.1.4 Using Router Show Commands important, needed when fault-finding
3.1.5 Configuring a Serial Interface important, you need to know how to do this without notes
3.1.6 Making Configuring Changes do, good practice
3.1.7 Configuring an Ethernet Interface important, you need to know how to do this without notes
3.2.3 Configuring Interface Descriptions short but good practice
3.2.5 Configuring Message-of-the-Day short but good practice
3.2.7 Configuring Host Tables useful consolodation
3.2.9 Backing up Configuration Files important, can use router configurations entered in 3.2.7
CCNA2 Module 2 - Introduction to Routers
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2.2.1 Router Configuration using Setup important, but do lab 2.2.4 first
2.2.4 Establishing a Console Session with HyperTerminal very important, used all the time, do before 2.2.1
2.2.9 Command Line Fundamentals important
CCNA2 Module 1 - WANs & Routers
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1.2.5 Connecting Console Interfaces do (short)
1.2.6 Connecting Router LAN Interfaces do (short)
1.2.7 Connecting WAN Interfaces do (short)