The CCNA3 course is supported by one or more of the following NETLAB+ pods:
The supported lab list (below) provides a list of CCNA3 compatible labs and the pod types that can be used for each lab.
To enable CCNA3 labs and pod types, check the box for "AE CCNA 3 English V3.1" in the class settings. This must be done for each class requiring access to CCNA3 labs.
Always select the correct lab exercise for the lab being performed. Students or teams should schedule the correct lab exercise from the catalog. NETLAB+ will only show those labs for which the required pod type is available. A lab that works on different pod types may appear more than once if your system is so equipped. Instructors should select the correct lab from the Exercise tab during instructor-led lab reservations. This can be done as many times as needed during the reservation.
Importance of Choosing the Correct Lab Exercise
Several of the labs may differ from the standard pod topologies. This is handled by NETLAB+ Dynamic VLAN Mapping technology. Always select the correct lab exercise for the actual lab. This insures that NETLAB+ will set up VLANs on the control switch such that lab devices and PCs are placed in the correct LAN segment for the exercise being performed. Selecting the correct exercise will also make the completed lab output easier to find in the archive.
|1.2.3||Review of Basic Router Configuration with RIP||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|1.2.4||Configuring RIPv1 to RIPV2||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|1.2.5||Verifying RIPv2 configuration||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|1.2.6||Troubleshooting RIPv2 using debug||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.1||Configuring the OSPF Routing Process||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.2||Configuring OSPF with Loopback Addresses||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.3||Modifying OSPF Cost Metric||BRPv1. BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.4||Configuring OSPF Authentication||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.5||Configuring OSPF Timers||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|2.3.6||Propagating Default Routes in an OSPF Domain||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|3.2.1||Configuring EIGRP Routing||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|3.2.3||Verifying Basic EIGRP Configuration||BRPv1, BRPv2, or CRP||PCs recommended|
|6.2.1||Verifying Default Switch Configuration||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs not required|
|6.2.2||Basic Switch Configuration||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs not required|
|6.2.3||Managing the MAC Address Table||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|6.2.5||Configuring Port Security||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|6.2.7b||Managing Switch Startup Configuration Files||BSPv2||PCs and TFTP server software required|
|6.2.8||Password Recovery Procedure on a Catalyst 2900 Series Switch||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|7.2.4||Selecting the Root Bridge||BSPv2 or BSPv1||PCs recommended|
|7.2.6||Spanning-Tree Recalculation||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|8.2.3||Configuring Static VLANs||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|8.2.4||Verifying VLAN Configurations||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|8.2.6||Deleting VLAN Configurations||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|9.1.5a||Trunking with ISL||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|9.1.5b||Trunking with 802.1q||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|9.2.5||VTP Client and Server Configurations||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|
|9.3.6||Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing||BSPv1 or BSPv2||PCs recommended|