Lab Overview – CCNA1 Practice Final
This virtual CCNA1 Practice Final lab activity is designed to test if you have skill and knowledge required to pass the Cisco Academy CCNA 6.0 – Introduction to Networking Final Skills Assessment. You will need to have at least Packet Tracer version 6.0.1 to open the activity file. The activity tracks your overall progress and provides feedback on correctly executed tasks. Here is a list of the knowledge and skill areas that it covers:
• Configuring IPv4 addressing and subnetting,
• Configuring IPv6 addressing,
• Basic network device configuration, for both routers and switches,
• Securing network device access, including security and encryption,
• Configuring secure remote access for administration,
• Backing up network device configuration files to a TFTP server
The scoring is based on the total number of items correctly configured (a few gradable items like the crypto-keys may not grade correctly in Packet Tracer). Remember that the Cisco IOS is case sensitive when entering configuration settings like hostnames and banner message of the day. When you are finished, you should be able to communicate across the network (e.g. successfully ping PC0 from PC2). In this PT activity access to the CLI tab has been disabled, so in order to configure the router and switches, you will need to console-in, using the console cable and the PC desktop terminal emulation program.
Note: You need Packet Tracer version 6.0.1 to open the CCNA1 Practice Final activity.
CCNA 1 Practice Final – Video Tutorials
These video tutorials walk you through my CCNA1 Packet Tracer final. I explain and demonstrate the process of calculating the IPv4 subnets and configuring the IPv6 addressing. I also walk through all of the Cisco router and Cisco switch configurations.