This video demonstrates how to configure an IPv4 address on a Cisco device. This is another foundational topic that is required for every device.
- [Instructor] Every network-connected device … requires IP addressing to transmit information … across an entire network. … Some devices like Layer 2 switches maintain IP addresses … for remote administration, … while Layer 3 devices maintain addressing … for routing packets between subnets. … Most networks utilize IPV4 Addressing … to facilitate this functionality. … I'm going to begin by adding … an IP address to an interface on a router. … I'll start by moving all the way to the interface mode. … As IP addressing for a routed interface … is done directly on the interface itself. … From user exec mode, … I'll enter privileged mode enabled. … From here I'll enter global configuration mode and fig team. … Global config mode allows me … to make configuration changes to the router. … From here, I'll enter … interface configuration mode, interface gi0/1. … I'm now able to apply IPV4 Addresses … for this router's interface. … IP address 192.168.88.55.255.255.255.0 … So this command structure is IP address …
Note: A complete overview of the exam and registration instructions can be found at https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/training-events/training-certifications/exams/current-list/ccna-200-301.html.
- Network models
- Network components
- Troubleshooting the interface and cable issues
- Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
- Switching concepts
- Switching configuration
- Wireless architectures
- Wireless security
Skill Level Intermediate
Networking Foundations: IP Addressingwith Timothy Pintello2h 35m Intermediate
1. Network Fundamentals
2. Network Access
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