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CCNA Routing and Switching

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Practice Skills Assessment Packet Tracer

Purpose: The purpose of this Cisco Packet Tracer Practice Skills Assessment (PTSA) is to support student success by providing additional
student practice prior to taking the end of course hands-on Skills-Based Assessment (SBA).
PT Assessment The following learning objectives are assessed in the activity.
Objectives:
Objective Scoring Component %/Points
2.3 Implement network address translation for IP
address conservation a small to medium-sized business PC: NAT Configuration 24
network..
2.3.2. Configure NAT services on the edge router to
provide IPv4 address scalability in a small to CO: Configure Static NAT 6
medium-sized business network.
2.3.2.1 Configure static NAT using the CLI. CO: Configure dynamic NAT 8
2.3.2.2 Configure dynamic NAT using the CLI. CO: Configure PAT 8
2.3.2.3 Configure PAT using the CLI. CO: Designate NAT outside interface 2
5.3.6 Configure HDLC encapsulation on a point-to-
point serial communication link to enable WAN PC: HDLC Configuration 6
connectivity for a small to medium-sized business.
5.3.6.1 Explain the fundamentals of point-to-point
CO: Activate HDLC interfaces 2
serial communication across a WAN.
5.3.6.2 Configure HDLC encapsulation on a point-to-
CO: Address HDLC router interfaces 4
point serial link.
5.3 Configure a serial interface to enable WAN
PC: PPP Configuration 14
communication given Service Provider requirements.
5.3.2. Configure PPP to enable internetwork
communications in a small to medium-sized CO: Activate PPP interfaces 2
business network.
5.3.2.1 Configure PPP encapsulation on a point-to- CO: Address PPP interfaces 4

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point serial link.


5.3.2.2 Configure PPP authentication protocols. CO: Configure PPP CHAP authentication 4
CO: Configure device username and password 4
5.3.4. Configure Frame Relay to enable internetwork
communications in a small to medium-sized PC: Frame Relay Interface Configuration 4
business network.
5.3.4.3 Configure a basic Frame Relay PVC on a
CO: Activate Frame Relay interfaces 2
router serial interface.
CO: Address Frame Relay interfaces 2
5.5.2. Configure a GRE tunnel to set the foundation
for secure site-to-site connectivity in a small to PC: GRE Tunnel Configuration 20
medium-sized business network.
5.5.2.2 Configure a site-to-site GRE tunnel. CO: Configure GRE Tunnel: R3 10
CO: Configure GRE Tunnel: R3-Branch 10
6.1 Configure monitoring tools available for small to
PC: Logging Configuration 14
medium-sized business networks.
6.1.1 Configure Syslog to monitor network
operations in a small to medium-sized business CO: Configure log timestamping and NTP 6
network
6.1.1.2 Configure syslog to compile messages on a
small to medium-sized business network management CO: Configure logging 5
device.
6.1.2 Configure SNMP to monitor network operations
CO: Configure SNMP 3
in a small to medium-sized business network.
6.1.2.2 Configure SNMP to compile messages on a
small to medium-sized business network.
Review topic PC: EIGRP and Static Routing 18
CO: Configure EIGRP Routing: R1 3
CO: Configure EIGRP Routing: R2 5
CO: Configure EIGRP Routing: R3 4
CO: Configure EIGRP Routing: R3- Branch 3
CO: Configure static default route: R2 3

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