Home >Available Network Simulator Labs

Available labs  |   Supported Commands   |   Product Help

Network Simulator Labs 

The router labs made available in the Router Simulator are given below. The labs are intended to provide some hands-on practice to beginners. It is encouraged that you write your own labs and practice after going through the labs provided here. Please note that we add and/modify the labs from time to time.



Switch Fundamentals:

1.1 Switch Simulator: 2950 console password assignment
1.2 Switch Simulator: 2950 vty password assignment
1.3 Switch Simulator: 2950 setting privileged EXE password
1.4 Switch Simulator: 2950 enable interface
1.5 Switch Simulator: Basic interface configuration
1.6 Switch Simulator: Initial switch configuration
1.7 Network Simulator: Catalyst 2950 switch configuration
2.0 IOS Fundamentals Lab
2.1 Router Simulator: Logging to the router
2.2 Router Simulator: Router banner MOTD
2.3 Router Simulator: Setting host name
2.4 Router Simulator: Interface configuration
2.5 Router Simulator: Setting bandwidth on an interface
2.6 Router Simulator: Setting console password
2.7 Router Simulator: Setting telnet password
2.8 Router Simulator: Copy active configuration
2.9 Router Simulator: Router CDP configuration
2.10 Router Simulator: Show CDP configuration
2.11 Network Simulator: Show CDP neighbors
2.12 Router Simulator: Bringing up a Router interface
2.13 Router Simulator: Set keepalive timers
2.14 Router Simulator: Setting auxiliary password to router
2.15 Router Simulator: Setting Hostname and Banner
2.16 Router Simulator: Configuring Router Console and Line Passwords
2.17 Router Simulator: Configuring, and Testing a Loopback Interface
2.18 Network Simulator: Viewing Host Table Entries
2.19 Network Simulator: Viewing ARP Entries
2.20 Network Simulator: Telneting between Routers
2.21 Network Simulator: Configuring workstation as TFTP server
2.22 Router Simulator: Implementing exec-timeout command
3.0 Switch Configuration and VLAN
3.1 Switch Simulator: Basic IP configuration
3.2 Switch Simulator: Configuring 2950 series switch
3.3 Switch Simulator: Troubleshooting 2950 switch
3.4 Network Simulator: 2950 Trunking Configuration
3.5 Network Simulator: Creating and Deleting 2950 VLANs
3.6 Network Simulator: Configuring VTP on 2950 switch 
3.7 Network Simulator: Configuring VTP with a VTP Client
3.8 Network Simulator: Troubleshooting lab with non-matching domains
3.9 Network Simulator: Troubleshooting lab with trunk functionality 
3.10 Network Simulator: Configuring devices to support VLAN
3.11 Network Simulator: VTP Configuration to establish client/server connection
3.12 Network Simulator: VLANs and Trunking between switches
3.13 Network Simulator: Routing between VLANs
4.0 Access Lists
4.1 Network Simulator: Creating an access-list
4.2 Network Simulator: Applying access-list to an interface
4.3 Network Simulator: View access-list entries
4.4 Network Simulator: Standard access-lists: Scenario lab 1
4.5 Network Simulator: Standard access-lists: Scenario lab 2
4.6 Network Simulator: Router Access-List Configuration
4.7 Network Simulator: Configuring and Verifying Standard Access List
4.8 Network Simulator: Configuring and Verifying Extended Access List
4.9 Network Simulator: Configuring and Implementing Extended Access List
4.10 Network Simulator: Verifying Extended Access List
4.11 Network Simulator: Named Access List
5.0 HSRP
5.1 Network Simulator: To enable HSRP on a Router
5.2 Network Simulator: To disable HSRP on a Router
5.3 Network Simulator: Configuring HSRP Priority , Delay and Preempt
5.4 Network Simulator: Load Sharing with Multigroup HSRP (MHSRP)
6.0 VPN (Virtual Private Network) 
6.1 Network Simulator: Configuring site-to-site IPSEC VPN tunnel between routers
6.2 Network Simulator: Configure and verify a site-to-site IPSEC VPN
7.0 Routing Fundamentals Labs
7.1 Router Simulator: Configuring RIP routing protocol
7.2 Network Simulator: Configuring static routes
7.3 Network Simulator: Configuring default routes
7.4 Network Simulator: Basic IGRP routing
7.5 Network Simulator: Introduction to IP
7.6 Network Simulator: Connectivity Tests with Traceroute
7.7 Network Simulator: Implementing Static Routes
7.8 Network Simulator: Implementing Default Routes
8.0 Wide Area Networking
8.1 Network Simulator: Network Designer/Simulator: PPP configuration
8.2 Network Simulator: Configuring-point-to-point-hdlc-interface
8.3 Network Simulator: Configuring-ethernet-interfaces-on-a-router-network
8.4 Network Simulator: Configuring ISDN using bri (Basic Rate Interface)
8.5 Router Simulator: Viewing IP RIP Information
8.6 Network Simulator: Configuring RIPv2
8.7 Network Simulator: RIP2 Routing Configuration
8.8 Network Simulator: EIGRP show commands
9.0 Frame Relay
9.1 Network Simulator: Configuring Frame-Relay without sub-interfaces
9.2 Network Simulator: Configuring Frame-Relay with point-to-point sub-interfaces
9.3 Network Simulator: Frame-Relay with sub-interfaces-Routing
9.4 Network Simulator: Frame-Relay with show commands
9.5 Network Simulator: Frame-Relay Full Mesh Topology
10.0 OSPF
10.1 Network Simulator: OSPF Configuration in single area
10.2 Network Simulator: OSPF troubleshooting lab scenario-1
10.3 Network Simulator: OSPF troubleshooting lab scenario-2
10.4 Network Simulator: OSPF troubleshooting lab scenario-3
11.0 NAT
11.1  Network Simulator: NAT scenario-1
11.2 Network Simulator: NAT scenario-2
11.3 Network Simulator: NAT scenario-3
11.4 Network Simulator: Dynamic NAT scenario-1
11.5 Network Simulator: NAT troubleshooting scenario-1
11.6 Network Simulator: NAT and PAT
12.0 Routing:
12.1 RIP Routing Configuration-Scenario
12.2 EIGRP Routing Configuration-Scenario
12.3 EIGRP troubleshooting Lab Scenario
12.4 OSPF Routing Configuration-Scenario
13.0 IPv6 Basic Labs
13.1 Enabling ipv6 on a cisco router
13.2 Enabling ipv6 on a cisco router interface
13.3 Configuring ipv6 on a cisco router interface with a IPv6 address in EUI-format
13.4 Configuring ipv6 on a cisco router interface with a IPv6 address in general form
13.5 Configuring loopback interface with IPv6 address 
13.6 Configuring ipv6 on two router interfaces connected directly and pinging the distant interface using console
13.7 Traceroute lab
14.0 IPv6 Routing Protocol labs
14.1 Enabling RIPng (IPv6 RIP Process) on a cisco router interface
14.2 Enabling RIPng on two routers and pinging between them
14.3 Entering RIPng router configuration mode and setting global parameters on a cisco router
14.4 Configuring EIGRPv6 on a router interface
14.5 Configuring EIGRPv6 on two routers and pinging between them
14.6 Enabling OSPF for IPv6 on a Cisco router interface
14.7 Configuring OSPF on two router interfaces
14.8 General IPv6 configuration on 2610 series router
15.0 DHCP labs
15.1 Configuring cisco router as a DHCP server
15.2 DHCP client configuration
15.3 Configuring two DHCP clients and DHCP verification commands
16.0 Exercises on Spanning Tree Protocol
16.1 Enabling STP
16.2 Configuring root switch
16.3 Configuring port-priority
16.4 Configuring switch priority of a VLAN
16.5 Configuring STP timers
16.6 Verifying STP
17.0 Exercises on PVST
17.1 Enabling and disabling uplinkfast feature on a switch
17.2 Enabling and disabling backbonefast feature on a switch
17.3 Enabling and disabling portfast feature on a switch
17.4 Enabling PVST+ on a switch
17.5 Implementing PVST on a switch network
18.0 Exercises on BGP
18.1 Basic BGP Configuration
18.2 Setting BGP attributes 
18.3 Setting the BGP neighbor password
18.4 To disable the peer
18.5 Basic configuration of a Peer Group
18.6 Configuring Multi Exit Discriminator Metric
19.0 Exercises on MPLS
19.1 Configuring a Router for MPLS Forwarding and verifying the configuration of MPLS forwarding.
19.2 Enabling MPLS
19.3 Configuring MPLS LDP
19.4 Configuring MPLS using EIGRP
19.5 Configuring MPLS using OSPF
19.6 Configuring MPLS using RIP
19.7 MPLS Show commands


Any suggestions or feedback, please email: simulator@certexams.com

Updated on 15/12/2017

Real Time Web Analytics