Cisco Certified Network Associate (ccna) Practice Lab



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Cisco CCNA Lab 1

Learning Outcomes


After completing this exercise, you will be able to:

  • Perform the Initial Configuration Dialog

  • Configure and Examine the Router using CLI

  • Configure an IP Address on an Interface

  • Enable SSH Access to the Router

Your Devices


You will be using the following devices in this lab. Please power these on now.

  • NYEDGE1 - (Cisco 2911 - Internet Edge Router 1)

  • NYEDGE2 - (Cisco 2911 - Internet Edge Router 2)

  • NYWAN1 - (Cisco 2911 - WAN Router)

  • NYCORE1 - (Cisco 3750v2 - 24PS - Core Switch 1)

  • PLABCSCO01 - (Windows Server 2012 R2 - Cisco Tools Server)


A Note About Your Lab Routers


The routers used in the lab belong to the Cisco 2911 series. These routers have 4 * HWIC slots and 1 * NM slot and 3 * GigabitEthernet interfaces. These are very capable routers and are the workhorses of many small offices, medium-sized organizations, and enterprises alike.
In the image below, you can see a cropped section of one of the Cisco racks that contain the labs you are accessing. The image shows the rear of the three routers you have access to in this lab showing their interfaces and slots. The top router is NYEDGE1, the middle router is NYEDGE2, and the bottom router is NYWAN1.
From left to right in the top router NYEDGE1 in the image, you can see the following:

  • 4 * HWIC slots, HWIC0 on the right shows an HWIC-2T card installed with two Smart-Serial DTE-DCE cables attached.

  • Aux and Console ports (the console port has a cable attached, the Aux port isn’t clear, but it’s above the console port).

  • 3 * GigabitEthernet interfaces.

  • USB connections.

  • Compact flash card slots (*2) under the HWIC slots.

  • Network module slot (NM) on the bottom left.

Notice this lab is currently powered off as there are no link lights on any of the LEDs.
Figure 1.1 Physical Router Devices: Displaying the NYEDGE1, NYEDGE2, and NYWAN1 routers used in this lab.
The bottom router NYWAN1 has 2 * HWIC-2T’s installed and a single HWIC-1T with no cable attached in slot 2.
The GigabitEthernet interfaces connect to the lab switches and some of our infrastructure, enabling some advanced services such as OSPFBGP, and others.
The compact flash cards in the routers are different from fixed configuration switches as the flash card can be removed. The flash card in this router is a CompactFlash type card and is where the router’s OS lives (IOS).
One interesting point of difference between switches and routers is that many switches don’t actually have power switches to turn them on and off, but routers do. The higher-end switches, especially those with removable power supplies do have power switches, but the lower end ones don’t.
The image below shows the interfaces a little clearer with no cables attached.
Figure 1.2 Physical Router Devices: Displaying router interfaces without cabling.

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