CCNA1: Introduction to Networks v7

All NETLAB+ supported labs in the CCNA1: Introduction to Networks v7 course are supported by the Multi-Device Pod (MDP), NETLAB+ VE 19.5.0 or greater is required.

Supported Labs

Lab Number Title Pod Required
2.9.2 Basic Switch and End Device Configuration MDP
3.7.10 Use Wireshark to View Network Traffic MDP
4.6.6 View Wired and Wireless NIC Information MDP
7.1.6 Use Wireshark to Examine Ethernet Frames MDP
7.2.7 View Network Device MAC Addresses MDP
7.3.7 View the Switch MAC Address Table MDP
10.4.4 Build a Switch and Router Network MDP
11.10.2 Design and Implement a VLSM Addressing Scheme MDP
12.7.4 Identify IPv6 Addresses MDP
12.9.2 Configure IPv6 Addresses on Network Devices MDP
13.3.2 Use Ping and Traceroute to Test Network Connectivity MDP
16.4.7 Configure Network Devices with SSH MDP
16.5.2 Secure Network Devices MDP
17.7.6 Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues MDP
ITN Skills Assessment MDP
Enabling the Labs

To enable the CCNA1: Introduction to Networks v7.0 labs, install the CCNA1: Introduction to Networks v7.0 course using the Course Manager. See the Course Manager section of the NETLAB+ VE Admin Guide for details. The course content will then be available to be added to classes.

Using the 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.