In this Packet Tracer video tutorial and solution set, our FINAL Skills activity for the semester, made for my Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) CTS-131 Switching, Routing, & Wireless Essentials (SRWEv7) course, we now call into play all of the knowledge we have acquired over the last eight (8) weeks to configure an IPv4 environment where there are static and default routes. Enjoy!
***This video is an in-depth tutorial and is far more than simply an answer key to the aforementioned Packet Tracer/Lab activity. This tutorial is being made to assist my AACC CTS-131 learners in their journey through the Cisco Networking Academy SRWEv7 course curriculum. So, if you are just looking for a shortcut or easy answers for the activity, this is not the video you should watch. However, if you are looking to gain a deeper understanding of the topic being covered and how things might be configured in a real-world scenario, my hope is that this will increase your comprehension and help you to become a better and more effective network administrator/engineer. Enjoy!
*This techtorial/Packet Tracer activity is all done running Cisco Modeling Labs (CML) v2.1.1-b19, some physical routers in my Evil Command Center Lab and/or Packet Tracer version 8.0.0.0212 (for the Mac) which was just recently released! The MINIMUM version you can use for any of the new CCNAv7 curriculum activities is Packet Tracer v7.3.0, but I would upgrade to whatever the most current/latest version! Be sure to leave your feedback and questions below and I hope I have earned the privilege of your time!
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