- [Instructor] Okay I admit it, we got a little goofy there…at the end of the last video near the end of the VRF lab.…I think that much VRFing will do it to anybody.…So I could've edited it out…but I like to leave some of the goofy in from time to time.…You should here the stuff we take out.…Anyway, in all seriousness, what I wanted to show you here…was the pings because I showed you the tables…and then we went into a little EBN discussion…but I wanted to go ahead and bring you back right now…and show you that the pings did go through.…Again, it's ping vrf, then the name of the vrf…and then finally, the IP address…and you can see here on router one,…we were able to successfully…ping routers two, three, and fours loopbacks.…
That does indeed finish the VRF lab…and now it's off to IP version six, see you there.…
- Port security fundamentals
- EtherChannel negotiation protocols
- Advanced switching options
- NBMA configuration and troubleshooting
- Spotting and fixing authentication type mismatches
- K-values and passive interfaces
- Route redistribution
- NTP authentication
- Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
- VPNs and VRF-lite
Skill Level Intermediate
1. CCNP TSHOOT 300-135: Switching and EC Fundamentals
2. CCNP TSHOOT 300-135: Advanced Switching Options
3. CCNP TSHOOT 300-135: Analyzing And Troubleshooting OSPF
4. CCNP TSHOOT 300-135: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
5. CCNP TSHOOT 300-115: Route Redistribution
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6. TSHOOT 300-115: The Hot Standby Routing Protocol
7. CCNP TSHOOT 300-115: Access Control Lists (ACLs)
8. CCNP TSHOOT 300-115: Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
9. TSHOOT 300-135: VPNs and VRF-lite
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