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Topic No.

of Tasks
Lab 3 Basic 3560 Configuration I 33
Lab 2 Trunks 31
Lab 1 EtherChannels 25
Lab 5 Advanced STP Configurations 11
Lab 4 3560 Configuration 10
Lab 8 MSTP (802.1s) 10
Lab 7 Fallback Bridging 8
Lab 6 QinQ Tunneling 5
Lab 9 Private VLANs 4
3560 Switching
Frame-relay:
Lab 1 Hub-n-Spoke Using Frame Map Statements 4
Lab 2 Hub-n-Spoke Frame-relay Point-to-point 2
Lab 3 Mixture of P2P and Multipoint 2
Lab 4 Multipoint Frame-relay W/O Frame maps 2
Lab 5 Frame-relay and Authentication 3
Lab 6 Frame-relay End-to-End Keepalives 5
Lab 7 Tricky Frame-relay Configuration 2
Lab 8 Frame-relay Multilinking 3
Lab 9 Back-to-Back Frame-relay connection 4
On Demand Routing: 3
Lab 1 On Demand Routing
RIPv2:
Lab 1 RIPv2 and Frame-relay 4
Lab 2 RIPv2 Authentication 5
Lab 3 Advanced RIPv2 Mini Mock Lab 18
Eigrp:
Lab 1 Eigrp configuration 23
Lab 2 Advanced Eigrp Stub Configuration 7
Lab 3 Eigrp & Default-information 9
Lab 4 Eigrp Filtering 6
OSPF:
Lab 1 Advertising Networks 3
Lab 2 Optimization of OSPF & Adjusting Timers 9
Lab 3 OSPF Authentication 14
Lab 4 OSPF Cost 6
Lab 5 OSPF Summarization 5
Lab 6 Virtual-links and GRE Tunnels 7
Lab 7 OSPF Stub, T/Stub, and NSSAs 8
Lab 8 OSPF Filtering 17
Lab 9 Additional OSPF Filtering 10
Lab 10 Redirecting Traffic in OSPF 3
Lab 11 Database Overload Protection 5
Lab 12 OSPF Non-Broadcast Networks 3
Lab 13 OSPF Broadcast Networks 2
Lab 14 OSPF Point-to-Point Networks 2
Lab 15 OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Networks 3
Lab 16 OSPF Point-to-Multi Network II 3
Lab 17 OSPF P-to-M Non-Broadcast Net 3
Lab 18 OSPF and NBMA 6
Lab 19 Forward Address Suppression 8
Lab 20 OSPF NSSA no-redistribution & Injection of default routes 6
BGP:
Lab 1 Establishing Neighbor Adjacency 8
Lab 2 Route Reflectors 5
Lab 3 Conditional Adv & Back door 10
Lab 4 Route Dampening 9
Lab 5 Route Aggregation 9
Lab 6 The community Attribute 9
Lab 7 BGP Cost Community 5-*
Lab 8 BGP & Load Balancing I 2
Lab 9 BGP Load Balancing II 3
Lab 10 BGP Unequal Cost Load Balancing 4
Lab 11 BGP Local Preference I 4
Lab 12 BGP Local Preferences II 5
Lab 13 The AS-Path Attribute 4
Lab 14 The Weight Attribute 4
Lab 15 MED 9
Lab 16 Filtering Using ACLs & Prefix-lists 7
Lab 17 Regular Expressions 19
Lab 18 Adv BGP Configurations 12
Lab 19 Administrative Distance 6
Lab 20 BGP Confederation 2
Lab 21 BGP Hiding Local AS Number 6
Lab 22 BGP Allow-as 2
Policy Based Routing:
Lab 1 PBR based on Source IP address 5-task2
Redistribution:
Lab 1 Basics of Redistribution-I 6
Lab 2 Basics of Redistribution-II 2
Lab 3 Advanced Redistribution 2
Lab 4 Routing Loops 5
IP SLA:
Lab 1 IP SLA 6
Lab 2 Reliable Static Routing using IP SLA 12
Lab 3 Reliable Conditional Default Route Injection using IP SLA 2
Lab 4 Object Tracking in HSRP Using SLA 6
Lab 5 Object Tracking 4
GRE Tunnels:
Lab 1 Basic Configuration of GRE Tunnels 3
Lab 2 Configuration of GRE Tunnels II 4
Lab 3 Configuration of GRE Tunnels III 2
Lab 4 GRE & Recursive loops 5
QOS
Lab 1 MLS QOS 7
Lab 2 DSCP Mutation 3
Lab 3 DSCP-CoS Mapping 4
Lab 4 CoS-DSCP Mapping 5
Lab 5 IP-Precedence-DSCP Mapping 3
Lab 6 Individual rate Policing 4
Lab 7 Policed DSCP 2
Lab 8 Aggregate Policer 2
Lab 9 Priority Queuing 3
Lab 10 Custom Queuing 3
Lab 11 WFQ 3
Lab 12 RSVP 6
Lab 13 Match Access-group 2
Lab 14 Match Destination & Source Add MAC 3
Lab 15 Match Input-Interface 3
Lab 16 Match FR-de & Packet Length 5
Lab 17 Match IP Precedence vs. Match Precedence 4
Lab 18 Match Protocol HTTP URL, MIME & Host 6
Lab 19 Match Fr-dlci 2
Lab 20 Frame-relay Traffic Shaping 5
Lab 21 Frame-relay Traffic-shaping II 3
Lab 22 Frame-relay Fragmentation 2
Lab 23 Frame-relay PIPQ 155 Vol-II 2
Lab 24 Frame-relay DE 4
Lab 25 Frame-relay and Compression 7
Lab 26 CBWFQ 4
Lab 27 CBWFQ II 2
Lab 28 Converting Custom Queuing to CBWFQ 2
Lab 29 LLQ 2
Lab 30 CAR 5
Lab 31 Class Based Policing I 5
Lab 32 CB Policing II 4
Lab 33 WRED & CB WRED 5
NAT:
Lab 1 Static NAT Configuration 6
Lab 2 Advanced Static NAT Configuration 2
Lab 3 Configuration of Dynamic NAT I 2
Lab 4 Configuration of Dynamic NAT II 2
Lab 5 Configuration of Dynamic NAT III 2
Lab 6 NAT and Load Balancing 2
Lab 7 Configuring PAT 3
Lab 8 Configuring PAR 3
Lab 9 Configuring Static NAT Redundancy W/HSRP 2
Lab 10 Stateful Translation Failover With HSRP 2
Lab 11 Stateful Translation Failover W/O HSRP 2
Lab 12 Translation of the Outside Source 2
Lab 13 NAT on a Stick 2
IP Services:
Lab 1 DHCP Configuration 1
Lab 2 HSRP Configuration 8
Lab 3 VRRP Configuration 6
Lab 4 GLBP Configuration 4
Lab 5 IRDP Configuration 2
Lab 6 Configuring DRP 2
Lab 7 Configuring WCCP 2
Lab 8 Core Dump Using FTP 2
Lab 9 HTTP Connection Management 7
Lab 10 Configuring NTP 12
Lab 11 More IP Stuff 13
Prefix-Lists:
Lab 1 Prefix-Lists 28
IPv6:
Lab 1 Configuring Basic IPv6 11
Lab 2 Configuring RIPng
Lab 3 Configuring OSPFv3 3
Lab 4 Configuring OSPFv3 Multi-Area 4
Lab 5 Summarization of Internal & External N/W 5
Lab 6 OSPFv3 Stub, T/Stub and NSSA networks 10
Lab 7 OSPFv3 Cost and Auto-cost 3
Lab 8 Tunneling IPv6 Over IPv4 12
Lab 9 Eigrp and IPv6 17
Security:
Lab 1 Basic Router Security Configuration 10
Lab 2 Standard Named Access List 3
Lab 3 Controlling Telnet Access and SSH 4
Lab 4 Extended Access List IP and ICMP 4
Lab 5 Extended Access List OSPF & Eigrp 4
Lab 6 Using MQC as a Filtering tool 4
Lab 7 Extended Access List With Established 2
Lab 8 Dynamic Access List 7
Lab 9 Reflexive Access-Lists 5
Lab 10 Access-list & Time Range 4
Lab 11 Configuring Basic CBAC 2
Lab 12 Configuring CBAC 4
Lab 13 Configuring CBAC & Java Blocking 2
Lab 14 Configuring PAM 2
Lab 15 Configuring URPF 5
Lab 16 Configuring Zone Based Firewall 2
Lab 17 Control Plane Policing 4
Lab 18 Configuring IOS IPS 3
Lab 19 Attacks 10
Lab 20 AAA Authentication 3
Multicasting:
Lab 1 Configuring IGMP 11
Lab 2 Dense Mode 610 6
Lab 3 Static RP Configuration 6
Lab 4 Auto-RP 643 Vol-II 9
Lab 5 Auto-RP Filtering & Listener 9
Lab 6 Configuring BSR 7
Lab 7 Configuring MSDP 8
Lab 8 Anycast RP 6
Lab 9 MSDP/MP-BGP 4
Lab 10 Configuring SSM 6
Lab 11 Helper-Map 4
Lab 12 Bidirectional PIM 7

MPLS LDP 16
MPLS & L3VPNs:
Lab 1 Static & RIPv2 Routing in a VPN 7
Lab 2 OSPF Routing in a VPN 6
Lab 3 Backdoor links & OSPF 7
Lab 4 Eigrp Routing in a VPN 6
Lab 5 BGP Routing in a VPN 7
Lab 6 Complex VPNs and Filters 8
Benefit
Trunkingprovides an incremental increase in backbone performance by simply assigning moreportsto thetrunkgroup.
The mainbenefit of EtherChanneland IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation is that they have the network bandwidth of all of their adapters in a single network
MSTsprimarybenefitisitsabilitytoreducethenumberofSpanningTreeinstancesinswitchednetworkswhilemaintainingtheperformancebenefitsofRSTP.
TheFallback Bridgingfeature is used to bridge non-routed protocols between. SVIs or native layer 3 routed interfaces
802.1Q-in-Q tunnellingallows all of your configured VLANs to be aggregated and backhauled over this single Backbone
No need for separate IP subnet for each customer. Using Isolated VLAN, there is no limit on the number of
customers. No need to change firewall's interface configuration to extend the number of configured VLANs.
Thebenefit of on-demand routingis that it does not maintain unused routes and reduces the routing table size.
One importantbenefit of EIGRPis that routers that are not affected by topology changes do not have to recompute their routing tables
1. to prevent a router from advertising any routes it has learnt via EIGRP to neighbouring routers. 2. to limit the
scopeofquerymessageswhenaroutegoesactive
Options of using acls prefix list or route maps
Use auto cost and adjust accordingly to accommodate for high valued links.(fiber)
Summarizationcan also be used for route manipulation by using longest match prefix concept
OSPF Virtual Linkscan be used to fix a broken backbone area or to connect areas to the backbone area.
Users can define a route map to preventOSPFroutes from being added to the routing table
NO DR BDR Election
in unique instanced across non transitive network with multiple entry points.
split different routing protocols and parameters along different routing paths.
with snmp , can allow for real time alerting to adverse network conditions
allow for vpns across wans, connect discontigous subnetworks,provide work arounds for networks with limited hops,encase multiple protocols over single protocol backbone
nodes can be wighted allowing those with greater precedence to move to the head of the queue
The advantage of using prefix list over acl is that it requires less CPU cycles consequence high performance and provides more granularities in terms of controlling the route updates.
The advantage of using prefix list over acl is that it requires less CPU cycles consequence high performance and provides more granularities in terms of controlling the route updates.
is the separation of IP addressing from the calculation of the SPF tree. One of OSPFv3's new LSAs, the Intra-area Prefix LSA (type 9), handles intra-area network information that was previously included in OSPFv2 type 2 LSAs.
compared to basic access lists, provide greater control over which packets enter your network.
Trunkingprovides an incremental increase in backbone performance by simply assigning moreportsto thetrunkgroup.
The mainbenefit of EtherChanneland IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation is that they have the network bandwidth of all of their adapters in a single network
MSTsprimarybenefitisitsabilitytoreducethenumberofSpanningTreeinstancesinswitchednetworkswhilemaintainingtheperformancebenefitsofRSTP.
TheFallback Bridgingfeature is used to bridge non-routed protocols between. SVIs or native layer 3 routed interfaces
802.1Q-in-Q tunnellingallows all of your configured VLANs to be aggregated and backhauled over this single Backbone
One importantbenefit of EIGRPis that routers that are not affected by topology changes do not have to recompute their routing tables
allow for vpns across wans, connect discontigous subnetworks,provide work arounds for networks with limited hops,encase multiple protocols over single protocol backbone
The advantage of using prefix list over acl is that it requires less CPU cycles consequence high performance and provides more granularities in terms of controlling the route updates.
The advantage of using prefix list over acl is that it requires less CPU cycles consequence high performance and provides more granularities in terms of controlling the route updates.
is the separation of IP addressing from the calculation of the SPF tree. One of OSPFv3's new LSAs, the Intra-area Prefix LSA (type 9), handles intra-area network information that was previously included in OSPFv2 type 2 LSAs.
is the separation of IP addressing from the calculation of the SPF tree. One of OSPFv3's new LSAs, the Intra-area Prefix LSA (type 9), handles intra-area network information that was previously included in OSPFv2 type 2 LSAs.