Category - CCNA Labs

Setting up a Serial Interface

Lab 1 – Setting up a Serial Interface

The first lab in this lab series is to understand how to setup a serial connection. When
Serial connections are configured they need one more command that normal Ethernet
connections do not. That command is the clock rate command. The clock rate command
establishes a common rate at which the sending and receiving routers will send data to
each other. It should be noted that if using a service provider circuit, there is no need for
the clock rate command since the service provider provides the clocking. Establish a
simple serial to serial connection between Router 1 Serial 0 and Router 2 Serial 0. To
verify your connection is established use the command show cdp neighbors. This
command will show the cdp information of your directly connected neighbor.

 

R1:
hostname router1
!
interface Serial0
clock rate 64000
no shut

R2:
hostname router2
!
interface Serial0
no shut

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CCNA Labs Scenario

Scenario Labs For CCNA

  1. Setting up a Serial Interface 
  2. CDP
  3. IP Addressing
  4. Static Routes
  5. Default Routes
  6. RIP Routes
  7. IGRP Routes
  8. Using Loopback Interfaces
  9. RIP v2 Routes
  10. CHAP and RIP
  11. Standard Access-Lists with RIP
  12. Extended Access-Lists with RIP
  13. EIGRP Routes
  14. OSPF Routes
  15. Static NAT
  16. Many to One NAT
  17. NAT Pool
  18. Telnet
  19. 2950 IP Addresses
  20. 2950 Trunk
  21. 2950 Trunk (Dynamic)
  22. 2950 VLANs
  23. 2950 Deleting VLANs
  24. 2950 VTP
  25. 2950 VTP w/ client
  26. 2950 Telnet

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