Answers, Config Museum: Fallback Static Route

Answers, Config Museum: Fallback Static Route

🕔09:05, 19.Dec 2014

Fallback static routes get little attention for #CCNA. Today’s post lets you check your answers versus that brief config museum lab that asked you to figure out what routes to add if we simply disabled OSPF on router R3. Today’s

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Config VM: Fallback Static Routes

Config VM: Fallback Static Routes

🕔09:10, 15.Dec 2014

Fallback static routes play a key role in several types of configurations used in Cisco routers. For #CCNA, fallback static routes is one of those corner topics that don’t get a lot of attention. Today’s Config Museum post gives you

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OSPF Interface Config – Answers (Config Museum)

OSPF Interface Config – Answers (Config Museum)

🕔09:05, 12.Dec 2014

Today’s post shows the config for this latest Config Museum practice problem, with some commentary about how to configure OSPF per-interface. It helps to start with the problem statement, found in the previous Config museum post from a few days

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OSPFv2 Interface Configuration (Config Museum)

OSPFv2 Interface Configuration (Config Museum)

🕔09:15, 9.Dec 2014

The OSPF network command has confused Cisco newbies for decades. Today’s post looks at a more straightforward way to configure OSPF with a simple command to enable OSPF on each interface.  To do so, we’ll do another Config Museum: a

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Answers, Config VM: Static Routes

Answers, Config VM: Static Routes

🕔09:05, 5.Dec 2014

Today’s post gives the configuration solution to the static route config museum exercise posted back in this earlier post. Nothing fancy – just the answer, a few comments, and a place to ask questions if you have them. As always,

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Config VM: Static Routes

Config VM: Static Routes

🕔09:05, 1.Dec 2014

This next config museum post starts asks you to configure some IPv4 static routes. The network begins with the interfaces up, and with the IPv4 addresses configured. Your job is to configure static IPv4 routes from each router to the

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