This video demonstrates how to enable remote access on a Cisco device. 99.9% of configuration is done remotely, so this is a gateway to the kit.
- [Instructor] Remote access to a Cisco device starts … with setting up passwords. … Passwords can be attached to telnet or SSH connections, … as well as the console port. … A console password is set by entering config mode, config t. … And then entering the line console command … with line console zero. … From here, I'll use password cisco. … I'll next enter the login command. … Login informs iOS to use a simple, shared password … with no user name for this interface. … I can then test by exiting out … and entering back in. … Now I'll hit Enter. … And be prompted for the password. … I'll type cisco, and there it is. … From here, I easily transition to enable mode … with no additional password. … To protect enable mode, I'll place a password. … Config t, enable secret gregsowell. … Now when moving from user exec to privilege exec, … I'll have an additional password for protection. … To enable Telnet with a basic shared secret, … I'll enter line mode for the available virtual terminals. …
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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