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Packet Tracer Tutorials in May!

Greetings all! Today is May 28th! What a glorious day to tackle. So many big opportunities are in your grasp today. This mysterious day penetrates our very soul, it can be a blessing or a curse. We hope you all gain more insight by visiting this site, and above all get inspired to learn new things. Packet Tracer is a MUST if you are wanting to be CCNA.

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Below is links for Packet Tracer Tutorials.

These have really helped me learn Cisco and networking skills. These videos are a great way to start the learning process.

Tutorial
Description
Getting Started
Interface Overview
Shows how to start using the program.
Options
Shows how to customize Packet Tracer using the Options menu.
Logical Workspace
Creating a Network Topology
Demonstrates how to create, arrange, delete, and connect devices.
Custom Device Templates
Demonstrates how to create and remove custom device templates.
Clustering a Network Topology
Demonstrates how to create, arrange, uncluster, delete, and connect clusters.
Editing and Annotating a Network Topology
Demonstrates how to edit and annotate a network topology.
Configuring Devices
Configuring Devices Using the Config tab
Demonstrates how to configure devices using the Config tab.
Configuring Devices Using the Desktop tab
Demonstrates how to configure devices using the Desktop tab.
Configuring Devices Using the CLI tab
Demonstrates how to configure devices using the CLI tab.
Realtime and Simulation Modes
Simulation Environment
Introduces an overview of the simulation environment.
Simulation Panel
Demonstrates in detail of every feature in the Simulation Panel including the Event List, Play Controls, and Event List Filters.
Advanced Features in Simulation Mode
Introduces more advanced features in Simulation Mode to users.
PDU Information
Explains the information displayed in a PDU and how to use Challenge mode in a PDU.
Physical Workspace
Navigating Physical Workspace
Introduces a brief description of the interface of Physical Workspace and how to navigate Physical Workspace.
Modifying Physical Workspace
Explains how to modify Physical Workspace by creating new objects, removing existing objects, and moving objects from one location to another location in Physical Workspace.
Structured Cabling
Demonstrates how to create realistic structured cabling in the Physical Workspace.
Interaction between the Logical Workspace and the Physical Workspace
Demonstrates how the Logical Workspace and the Physical Workspace interact.
Activity Wizard Novice
Launch and Exit Activity Wizard
Demonstrates how to launch and exit Activity Wizard.
Write Instructions
Demonstrates how to write instructions for an activity.
Answer Network
Reviews features related to the answer network.
Initial Network
Reviews features related to the initial network.
Test Activity and Check Activity
Explains how to use the Test Activity and Check Activity features to create a reliable activity.
Set Password, Save and Distribute the Newly Created Activity File
Demonstrates how to set a password, how to save and distribute an activity.

 

My first Lab Please attempt the activities as described in the Shockwave files below.
Viewing Help
Creating a network
Realtime Mode
Web Server Connection
Simulation Mode
PDU Window
ARP TablesSOURCE  

 

 

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I will post some new pics later – been taking a bunch –

Server is being moved later this week – I will be buying BANDWIDTH – figure why not?

Will be learning that – been looking into Windows 2012 server install
– that is something I want to do.

Anyone try Debian? This little OS is real fast for old machines and labtops – don’t throw em away until you put Debian on the machine!

Will be updating through the day – right now just reading this huge 885 page book – RAAAAR !