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    Check out this topic as well:
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    Default DRAM/ Flash Memory

    Ok new guy question.
    I got have just bought two 2501 cisco routers,
    how can i check how much DRAM and FLash memory it has installed?


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    Ok new guy question.
    I got have just bought two 2501 cisco routers,
    how can i check how much DRAM and FLash memory it has installed?
    By using the show version command


    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster
    Check out this topic as well:
    www.techexams.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=3349
    it contains a lot of info for starters.
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    Default New guy question

    Thanks for that!
    i also got a 1924 switch, do u know how i can re-set the password?

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    The RIP Lab was just what I needed to configure my first back to back serial connection. I used a DB60 DTE/ DB60 DCE cable for my back to back.
    It was only $3.95 +ship/hand on ebay.

    I also picked some old DCE type adapters at a swap meet here in Dallas and converted a Cisco V.35 DTE to a DCE. The things you do when you got no dough.
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    Default RIP LAB

    HI,

    Can anyone tell me what i need to add (commands)with the rip lab in order that my 2 hosts would be able to go on the internet?
    I have an 2501 router and a 3600-serias router i would like to connect my d-link router (which provides internet access) to my 3600router.
    3600 connects to a host an to 2501 through back-to-back. And finally the 2501 has also 1 host connected to it.

    Please help me out. Would be great to test ACL's from the host.
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    Default still not clear for me

    I read this thread several times but it is still not clear for me.I also read "My router Lab" thread.

    Here's is what I understood till now;
    -Serial ports are used to connect the routers to eachother via back-to-back cable.I am giving the same example in techexams.net's Hardware LAB.

    2 routers (RouterA and RouterB)

    S0 of RouterA connects to S0 of RouterB with DB60 back-to-back cable.
    For AUI ports we plug a transiever for both routers.From transievers a straight cable directly to ethernet cards of 2 PC's.
    E1 of RouterA goes to Host A
    E2 of RouterB goes to Host B.

    And now the part which is not clear
    Console port is used to configure the router.From console port of RouterA comes and goes to the serial com port of HostA.Ok,everything is ok.Now we can configure the RouterA from HostA via telnet.
    But how we can configure the RouterB from HostB or from HostA?

    There isn't any console cable between RouterB and HostB.
    Ok I understand there is a back-to-back cable between routers but how will we say the name of the ports for RouterB?
    What is the configuration?

    Thank you
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    Default Thanks

    Hi ,

    I am new here and planning to get certfied for CCNA. Your Lab is good. There are very few person in this world who provide such wonderful help without commercial benifits.

    I hope this will be helpful to all CCNA aspirants.

    Also please let us know what way we should prepare so get pass CCNA exam.What books/material etc etc.
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    Default Any VLAN labs in the future?

    Im all over the router lab, but some switch labs would be excellent, especially pertaining to VLANs.
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    Thanks Johan. I am proud of you. you are our guide master to try CCNA.

    Have a nice day.
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    I love these tech labs! id love to see alot more of these...and some more sims...and some more technotes!!! more more more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuchu
    RIP Lab is nicely designed. I found a small error in this lab. Not very serious. After hostname configuration to RouterA the subsequent prompts should appear as "RouterA"
    Thanks, fixed it.
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    I've just uploaded a new TechLab for the CCNA exam - Configuring a Frame Relay network. It's written for a lab with 4 routers but 3 will work as well. As with the Configuring a RIP network TechLab, there are three versions, the online version, the printerfriendly version, and a printerfriendly version without the actual commands with you can use to test yourself.

    www.techexams.net/techlabs/ccna/lab_fr.shtml

    Special thanks goes to Kyle Lutz (kyle.tk) who wrote the TechLab.

    Let us know if you have any comments.
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    #39
    I like what I've seen so far, but there's still a lack of sims and labs. I was going over the frame-relay lab, which is somewhat new to me and think I found an error. It's not major...but in Step 3 you set up FrameRelay encapsulation on interface serial 0.

    Then in step 5, "show interface serial 1" is used. Was that interface used for something? I'm new to frame relay so I don't know if this is an error.

    Good job so far.

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    Thanks.

    That's not an error btw. "On the frame-switch, use the show interface command to verify the operation for all connected interfaces." for the output serial 1 is just used as an example. Depending on how you connect the routers the output may vary a bit.
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    Hi, I am new to this forum and Cisco stuff, but this place is really great, especially labs.

    I dont have any equipment at my place for now, so im using boson sim.

    I ve managed to pull out cnofiguring rip lab pretty well on sim, but frame relay doesnt seem to work. Maybe im doing something wrong or is it not possible to do it in boson sim.

    Thanks for your answers.
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    Default Great Site, Thanks

    with Sybex Fifth, and Nuggets, and this site, and doing the course, I am feeling much better.

    Thanks

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    Hi Webmaster,

    Thanks a lot for creating a very useful forum for all us. I have been using this forum since a long time and it has helped me a lot understanding various topics. I just have a request to make. Can you please add a techlab tutorial on how to configure and troubleshoot NAT. It would be of great help to me and a lot of others I am sure.

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    Default Correction for the Frame-Relay Lab

    Not sure if it has already been pointed out, but I noticed a small error on the Frame-Relay lab diagram. According to your DLCI mappings near the end of the lab, the input DLCI numbers on the S2 interface of the Frame-Relay switch should be 201 and 301. On your diagram at the beginning of the lab it shows the input mappings on the S2 interface as 201 and 300. The DLCI numbers for the PVC of 300 and 301 should be reversed, so that S2 should have DLCI 301 and S1 should have DLCI 300.
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    Also, had a quick question on that Frame-Relay lab. You configure the Serial 0 interface as a Frame-Switch, but you dont use that interface on your DLCI mappings. You use Serial 1 2 and 3, so does that mean that for each of those you had to enter those Frame-switch commands that you did at the beginning for Serial 0? Or setting up Serial 0 sets up all the Serial interfaces on the router for that setting? *confused* Thanks.
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    Yes, you need configure each interface for frame relay as per this line:
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    Repeat the commands above for the other connected interfaces on the frame relay switch.
    I just used serial 0 as an example. In your set up the way you connected your routers together may be different than how I did it.

    -kyle
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    Hey, having a real FRUSTRATING problem with the frame-relay lab here. I setup the diagram using Boson Netmap, loaded the map in the simulation. Everything works fine, until I have to use the frame-relay route command. It doesnt recognize the command, even thoough when I do the "?" the command is there, can someone tell me if they tried this and whether they are having the same problem? is it a bug with Boson and that command?
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    Quote Originally Posted by masadull
    Hey, having a real FRUSTRATING problem with the frame-relay lab here. I setup the diagram using Boson Netmap, loaded the map in the simulation. Everything works fine, until I have to use the frame-relay route command. It doesnt recognize the command, even thoough when I do the "?" the command is there, can someone tell me if they tried this and whether they are having the same problem? is it a bug with Boson and that command?
    Nevermind....just checked it out...Boson Sim does not support the
    "frame-relay route" command.
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    the TechNotes & the TechLabs are really great. thank u webmaster.
    could i ask for some Switch labs, please?
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    Default Great labs.

    Really useful labs. I had a home lab set up, but it wasn't working correctly until I went through your RIP TechLab. Thanks for taking the time to do this. Hope you'll reconsider and do more in the future.
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