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CCNA Routing and Switching

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OSPF Practice Skills Assessment Packet Tracer
Purpose:
PT Assessment
Objectives:

The purpose of this Cisco Packet Tracer Practice Skills Assessment (PTSA) is to support student success by providing additional
student practice prior to taking the end of course hands-on Skills-Based Assessment (SBA).
The following learning objectives are assessed in the activity.
Objectives
2.4 Implement ACLs to filter traffic in a small to
medium-sized business network.
2.4.2. Implement standard IPv4 ACLs to filter
traffic in a small to medium-sized business
network.
2.4.2.1 Configure standard IPv4 ACLs to filter
traffic according to networking requirements
2.4.2.3 Configure a standard ACL to secure vty
access.
2.4.3.Implement extended IPv4 ACLs to filter
traffic in a small to medium-sized business
network.
2.4.3.2 Configure extended IPv4 ACLs to filter
traffic according to networking requirements.
Review Topic

Review Topic

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Scoring Component
PC: ACL Configuration

%/Points
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CO: Configure standard named ACL


2
CO: Configure extended ACL
CO: Configure standard ACL

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CO: Place Standard Named ACL


1
CO: Place extended ACL
CO: Place standard ACL
PC: Host Addressing
CO: Configure static host addresses
CO: Configure DHCP clients
PC: Basic Router Configuration
CO: Configure global device settings
CO: Configure device basic global security
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settings
CO: Secure device access

3.2.2 Configure a router to route between multiple


directly-connected networks.
3.2.2.4 Using CLI, configure basic settings on a
router to route between two directly connected
networks.

PC: Basic Router Interface Configuration

PC: Router Interface Addressing


CO: Address router interfaces: R1
CO: Address router interfaces: R2
CO: Address interfaces: R3

3.5.6. Implement multi-area OSPF for IPv4 to


enable internetwork communications in a small to
medium-sized business network.
3.5.6.1 Configure multiarea OSPFv2 in a routed
network.

CO: Activate OSPF: R1

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PC: OSPF Customization

CO: Set OSPF Interface Cost Values


CO: Set OSPF router ID
CO: OSPF distribute default route
PC: OSPF Authentication
CO: Set OSPF authentication MD5 Keys
CO: Apply OSPF MD5 port authentication

2.2 Implement DHCP on a router to automate IP


addressing configuration for end devices in a small to
medium-sized business network.

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CO: Configure OSPF passive interfaces


3.5.9.3 Modify OSPF interface settings to
improve network performance.
3.5.9.1 Modify the OSPF interface priority to
influence the DR/BDR election.
3.5.9.2 Configure a router to propagate a default
route in an OSPF network.
3.5.9.5 Configure OSPF authentication to ensure
secure routing updates.

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PC: OSPF Activation

CO: Activate OSPF: R2


CO: Activate OSPF: R3
3.5.9 Implement advanced OSPF features to
enhance operation in a small to medium-sized
business network.

CO: Configure router interfaces: R1


CO: Configure router interfaces: R2
CO: Configure router interfaces: R3

3.2.2.3: Implement a basic IP addressing scheme


to a small routed network.

PC: DHCP Server Configuration

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2.2.3 Implement DHCPv4 to provide IP addressing
services to end-devices across multiple LANs in
an small to medium-sized business network.
2.2.3.2 Configure a router as a DHCPv4 server.

4.3 Configure Ethernet switch ports to manage


network access for end devices in a small to mediumsized business network..
4.3.1.2 Configure switch ports to meet network
requirements.
4.3.2 Configure a switch using security best
practices in a small to medium-sized business
network.
4.3.2.1 Configure the management switch virtual
interface.

4.4.6. Configure VLAN and trunking security


features in a small- to medium-sized business
network.
4.4.6.1 Configure security features to mitigate
attacks in a VLAN-segmented environment.
4.3.2.4 Configure the port security feature to
restrict network access.
4.4 Implement VLANs to logically segment networks
in a small to medium-sized business network.
4.4.2. Implement VLANs to segment a small to
medium-sized business network.

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CO: Configure DHCP pool vlan2pool

CO: Configure DHCP pool vlan4pool


CO: Configure DHCP pool vlan8pool
CO: Configure DHCP excluded addresses

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PC: Access Port Configuration


CO: Configure access mode switchports: S1

CO: Configure access mode switchports: S3

PC: SVI Configuration

CO: Configure SVI: S1

CO: Configure SVI: S2


CO: Configure SVI: S3
CO: Configure switch management interface
default gateways

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PC: SSH Configuration

CO: Configure SSH

CO: Configure account-based access

CO: Configure VTY transport

PC: Switch Security Configuration

CO: Configure port security S1


CO: Secure unused switchports
PC: VLAN creation
CO: Create and name VLANs: S1
CO: Create and name VLANs S2
CO: Create and name VLANs S3

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4.4.2.1 Configure a switch port to be assigned to
a VLAN based on requirements.

4.4.2.2 Configure a trunk port on a LAN switch.

4.4.3 - Configure routing between VLANs in a


small to medium-sized business network.
4.4.3.3 Configure router-on-a-stick inter-VLAN
routing.
4.5 Implement rapid convergence for redundant
switched paths in homogeneous networks in a small
to medium-sized business network.
4.5.2 Configure PVST+ and Rapid PVST+ in a
switched LAN environment.
4.5.2.2 Configure Rapid PVST+ in a switched
LAN environment.

4.5.4 Configure link aggregation to improve


performance on high-traffic switch links.
4.5.4.1 Configure link aggregation with
Etherchannel.

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PC: Access Port to VLAN Assignment

CO: Assign Ports to VLANs S1


CO: Assign Ports to VLANs S3
PC: Static Trunk Port Configuration
CO: Configure static trunk ports S1
CO: Configure static trunk ports S2
CO: Configure static trunk ports: S3

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PC: InterVLAN Routing Configuration

CO: Configure subinterfaces and addressing

CO: Configure subinterface encapsulation

PC: Rapid PVST+ configuration

CO: Activate Rapid PVST+

CO: Configure primary/secondary root bridge S1

CO: Configure primary/secondary root bridge S3


CO: Configure PortFast
CO: Configure BPDUGuard

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PC: Etherchannel Configuration

CO: Configure EtherChannel: S1

CO: Configure EtherChannel: S2


CO: Configure EtherChannel: S3

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Topologies:

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Topology (Labels
abels will vary
vary.)

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