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CONFIGURING ROUTER PASSWORDS Instructions 1 Copy the instructions below 2 Follow the steps carefully 3 Save file using the following format lab1_surname.pkt Example: lab1_delacruz.pkt 4 Send file once finished TOPOLOGY: 1841 router connected to a PC use appropriate connecting cable OBJECTIVES: 1. Configure a password for console login to user mode. 2. Configure a secret password for privileged mode. STEPS: 1 2 3 4 5 Log in to the router in USER EXEC MODE Log in to the router in PRIVILEGED EXEC MODE Enter in a global configuration mode. Enter a host name of ALASKA for the router Configure the console password on the router and exit line mode MODE COMMAND ALASKA(config)# line console 0 ALASKA(config-line)# password cisco ALASKA(config-line)# login ALASKA(config-line)# exit Configure the password on the virtual terminal lines and exit line mode MODE COMMAND ALASKA(config)# line vty 0 4 ALASKA(config-line)# password cisco ALASKA(config-line)# login ALASKA(config-line)# exit Configure the enable password MODE COMMAND ALASKA(config)# enable password cisco ALASKA(config)# exit Return to user EXEC mode by entering the disable command Enter privileged EXEC mode again. This time, a prompt for a password will appear. Enter the password cisco, but you will not see the characters on the line. Return to configuration mode Configure the enable secret password MODE COMMAND ALASKA(config)# enable secret password ALASKA(config)# exit Return to user EXEC mode by entering the disable command Enter privileged EXEC mode again. This time, a prompt for a password will appear. Enter cisco, but you will not see the characters on the line. If it fails, keep trying until you see the %Bad screts message. Enter privileged EXEC mode again.

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A prompt for a password will appear. Enter class. 15 Show the router's running configuration.

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LAB2A
USING ROUTER SHOW COMMANDS Filename: LAB2A_surname.pkt TOPOLOGY: 2620 router connecting to a PC

OBJECTIVES: 1. Become familiar with the basic show commands 2. Retrieve the current running configuration from RAM using show running-config 3. View the back-up configuration file in NVRAM using show start-up-config 4. View the IOS file information using show flas and show version 5. View the current status of the router interfaces using show interfaces 6. View the status of any configured Layer 3 protocol using show protocol 7. Configure a serial interface on each of 2 routers so they can communicate STEPS: 1 Enter the help command by typing ? 2 Enter the show ? command. Remember the show subcommand and descriptions. Enter the show version command to know the following: - IOS software version - system image file - router IOS image booted from - type of processor (CPU) - how much RAM does this router have - how many interfaces - how many NVRAM have for backup configuration file is stored - how much Flash memory does - the configuraiton register set to 3 Enter the show clock command. To display the router's time and date. 4 Display a cached list of host names and addresses by typing the show hosts command. 5 Enter the show users command to display users who are connected to the router. 6 To display the command buffer type show history command. 7 Enter privileged mode - type enable command - enter the enable password class 8 Enter the help command by typing show ?. Observe the difference on the last time you use this command. 9 To display the router Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table, enter the show arp command. What did you see on the ARP Table? 10 Display information about the Flash memory device type show flash 11 Show information about the active configuration file enter show running-config or show run 12 Display information about the backup configuration file enter show startup-config or show start 13 To display the statistics for all interfaces configured on the router, show interface

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CONFIGURING A SERIAL INTERFACE Filename: LAB2B_surname.pkt TOPOLOGY: PC1 ROUTER 1 ROUTER 2 PC2 LAB EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION: Router Designation Router Name Interface Type Serial 0 Address Subnet Mask Router 1 JPN DCE 192.168.15.1 255.255.255.0 Router 2 PHIL DTE 192.168.15.2 255.255.255.0 STEPS 1 Connect the router and workstation cabling 2 Configure the name and passwords for Router 1 - enter the global config mode and configure the host name - configure the console, virtual terminal, and enable password 3 From the global config mode, configure serial interface Serial 0 on router JPN 4 Save the running configuration to the startup configuration in the privileged EXEC mode by typing: copy running-config startup-config 5 Display information about serial interface 0, just tpe show interface command. 6 Configure the name and passwords for Router 2 7 Save the running configuration to the startup configuration in the privileged EXEC mode by typing: 8 Display information about serial interface 0, just tpe show interface command. 9 Verify that the serial connection is functioning. a. ping the serial interface of the other router PHIL#ping 192.168.15.1 JPN#ping 192.168.15.2 b. From JPN, can you ping the PHIL router's serial interface? c. From PHIL, can you ping the JPN router's serial interface? d. If the answers is no for either question, troubleshoot the router configurations to find the error. Then, do the pings again until the answer to both questions is yes. 10 When you

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Enable Secret Password Enable/vty/Console Passwords class cisco class cisco

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how interface command.

ation in the privileged EXEC mode by typing: how interface command.

t the router configurations to find the error.

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