Archive for the ‘CCNA’ Category

Today in this tutorial i am going to show you how to configure InterVLAN Routing. But before that we need to know what is InterVLAN Routing and Why we use it? What is the benefits of using intervlan routing?
InterVLAN Routing allow hosts and PCs in different vlan to communicate with each other. As we all know machines or PC in same VLAN can communicate with each other but if you want machines from other VLAN to communicate with you, for that you need to configure InterVLAN Routing.So here in this tutorial i will explain step wise method to easily configure InterVLAN Routing.



In this tutorial we will Learn  how to  configure verify and troubleshoot LACP (Link Aggregation or Ether Channel). Actually Link Aggregation or Ether Channel is a technology very similar to PAgP which allows two or more than two physical ports to combine and provide a new third single logical port which results in high availability and increased bandwidth. In below topology diagram you can see two switches switch0 and switch1 having ports fa0/1 and fa0/2.Using LACP we can bind these two ports to form a single logical port.

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Configure Ether Channel Manually.
Configuer Ether Channel using PAgP.




In this tutorial we will learn about PAGP.We will learn how to configure PAGP and how to verify and troubleshoot it after configuration. But before that we must know what PAGP is.PAgP is actually a Cisco Proprietary Protocol which is known as Port Aggregation Protocol which is used to combine two or more physical ports in to a single logical port or you can say it as a EtherChannel.


backup route lab

In this lab we will learn how to configure backup route configuration in packet tracer.This is an example lab showing backup route configuration betwenn router0 and Router1.