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    Default something missed

    yea all the labs are very interesting to study but i feels something missed in the lab section of frame relays.. it's about setting the dlci number in end routers...

    how can i set the dlci number in end routers???
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    #77
    beats me, i wanna do the CCNA in a year or so... so this sort of thing is appreciated!
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    This is useful..
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    Default Kudos for creating this site

    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster
    According to our site's traffic statistics, the first "TechLab" is currently being visited by more people than any of our TechNotes or practice exams... still I have had no comments here... Should I create more of these? Should I add or change anything?
    Definitely like being able to come to the site and work thru the simulations... create as many more as you like, I'm sure I'll use them all. Thanks again for the effort... Would like to see some VoIP simulations.
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    Default config frame-relay but all cannot work

    I follow the diagram and direction on my BOSON simulator, but all serial interfaces go down, of course, even protocol. Could anyone please give me some advice why it may cause the problem ?? Thanks

    I was trying three times and got the same result.
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    Default Re: config frame-relay but all cannot work

    Quote Originally Posted by mincol
    I follow the diagram and direction on my BOSON simulator, but all serial interfaces go down, of course, even protocol. Could anyone please give me some advice why it may cause the problem ?? Thanks

    I was trying three times and got the same result.
    I'd suggest you try something besides BOSON. The last time I tried to use it there were so many bugs it wasn't worth it.
    An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made.
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    Default Small typo?

    This is a wonderful lab.
    I think I noticed a small typo:

    STEP 3. Configure the frame relay switch's interfaces

    Enter interface configuration mode for the first connected serial interface, e.g. serial 0:
    frame-switch(config)# interface serial 0

    I think this should be serial 1

    Setting this lab up in Boson; many thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by mincol View Post
    I follow the diagram and direction on my BOSON simulator, but all serial interfaces go down, of course, even protocol. Could anyone please give me some advice why it may cause the problem ?? Thanks

    I was trying three times and got the same result.
    I have exactly the same problem in Boson.
    After configuring exactly according the lab instructions, this is what I get

    frame-switch#sh int se1
    Serial1 is up, line protocol is down
    ...
    LMI DLCI 0 LMI type is ansi frame relay
    DTE
    ...

    Boson will not set DCE, so protocol is down,

    Are there any good simulators that will get this right?
    Don't have the financial resources now to buy 3 more routers and cables.
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    Default Update on this lab

    Okay,
    I have this lab working in RouterSim's CCNA network visualizer 6.0 with 3 x 2621 routers and a 2811 router for frame switching.
    Thank you for this nice exercise.
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    Thumbs down Good

    I discovered this few days before my CCNA exam, it is really good and great.

    Keep it up.

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    Nice site and very very thanks to you , its almost working like the original lab thanks again
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    really helps, thanks.
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    Default Thank you!

    Although this was posted in 2002, it's still very helpful. I just finished the 'Configuring a RIP network' lab and am stoked it worked!

    I thought maybe there would some issues since one of my hosts is on Linux and the other is on WinXP, but it was fine.

    On to the next one! These are great. Post more!


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    Hey - I was looking over the guides and just want to say they are great!

    Would this kit be suffice to get started for CCENT/CCNA just looking for some opinions?

    Cisco Dual 2501 8/8 Router CCNA Kit

    Cheers
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    Does this seem to good to be true:
    Cisco WS-C3550-48-SMI Switch 3550 with EMI 50 Qty Avail - eBay (item 170406533981 end time Dec-13-09 06:31:02 PST)

    I'm looking for a layer 3 switch and this looks like a good deal. Any advice from the experts?
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    Default Thanks

    This site is great, it is helping a lot of people like me to get some practice.... keep it up guys, in any case that I would be more glad then I'm willing to post some of my study documents like, CCNA1, CCNA2, 3, 4. Even with Microsoft 2000 server, 2003 and etc........
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    Question Real Lab scenarios:

    Hi

    Its nice to see the basic labs which boosted me to do more and understand more things.. How an internet connection establish when i use dail-up or broadband. to know the basic funda ...

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    Post lab

    Dear all,
    Please upload the lab of EIGRP,OSPF and BGP.
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    Are these the only areas ICND1 cover? I mean in SIMS. Just wondering...
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    Problem on TE ccna intro test.

    Which of the following commands will make you leave Privileged Exec Mode and go back to User Mode?a. exit b. logout c. logout exec d. disable

    Answer(s): d. disable
    Explanation:

    The disable command is used for leaving Privileged Exec Mode without ending the CLI session. The exit and the logout command are used to log out of the router and terminate the CLI session.

    Now, I now that disable works to do this, but so will the exit command. It will take you down from global config to priv exec, and PE to UE. End will take you from any level back to the UE.

    EDIT: this was confirmed here:

    hich of the following will take you back to Global Configuration mode when you are in Interface Configuration mode in the CLI?a. exit command b. Ctrl-Z c. end command d. Ctrl-X

    Answer(s): a. exit command
    Explanation:

    To exit interface configuration mode and return to global configuration mode, enter the exit command: Router(config-if)# exit
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    Quote Originally Posted by SephStorm View Post
    Now, I now that disable works to do this, but so will the exit command. It will take you down from global config to priv exec, and PE to UE. End will take you from any level back to the UE.
    Nope, only disable will bring you back to user mode.

    Using 'end' from global config mode will bring you back to PE mode. Using 'end' in PE mode does nothing.

    Using 'exit' in PE mode will end your session, granted you will be in user mode when logging back in but not immediately.
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    Default CCNA Tech Labs "I need more"

    Hi
    The CCNA labs provided had been very nice and useful for practicing the various objectives. But, in my opinion they are very much straightforward and easy.

    Will it be possible, to add a bit more complicated labs including Switching

    Thanks and regards,

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    #98
    Hello,

    Thanks for the feedback. I actually may have something for the second part of your request, a switching TechLab. I wrote it some years ago as a 'lesson' for an application I 'was' developing, which with some minor changes may make a good "Layer-2 switching TechLab". It will be a rather simple and straightforward one again but that's kinda the goal as well (2 PCs, 1switch).

    I'll run it by Mike before I post it and it does need a little work so it'll probably be Monday or Tuesday when I post it.

    [I was a little selfish in my planning and want multiple people to give a chance to read it before I post it, so it will take a few days longer before it's actually online.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster View Post
    Hello,

    Thanks for the feedback. I actually may have something for the second part of your request, a switching TechLab. I wrote it some years ago as a 'lesson' for an application I 'was' developing, which with some minor changes may make a good "Layer-2 switching TechLab". It will be a rather simple and straightforward one again but that's kinda the goal as well (2 PCs, 1switch).

    I'll run it by Mike before I post it and it does need a little work so it'll probably be Monday or Tuesday when I post it.

    Johan
    This will probably make tons of people happy. Great to hear!
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    Default A slight problem

    Hi
    I am having a bit problem with the Tech SIM. I generally use Chrome as my browser, and initially I accessed the Tech Sim with that browser. There after clicking on the "Laptop" a separate screen came which showing the Java loading. After some time, it "conked" out.

    I accessed the page through IE8 and came to the page successfully. Then the page comes, where I am supposed to enter my commands. There is says that to clock on the "Blue Arrow" and start entering the commands.

    Now herein starts the problem.


    But the page stays static like that, with no movement of any kind where I click.


    Any help and suggestion would be greatly appreciated.


    Thanks

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