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  Instructor Certification Program – Technical v8.0 Candidate Instructions   Copyright !!!!  2006 Cisco Systems Inc Ver 8.0 Page 1 of 22 Instructor Certification Program Candidate Instructions Cisco Systems Inc. Private & Confidential Document Owner: Name:  Address: Jennifer Crumb Partner Development & Education Cisco Systems Inc 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 USA Phone: +1 408 853 6668 Fax: +1 408 853 0469 Email:  jecrumb@cisco.com Document Title: ICP ICND v2.3 Version: 8.0 Date Edited: June 2006 Edited By: yhansla@micro-networks.com Instructor Readiness Program    Instructor Certification Program – Technical v8.0 Candidate Instructions   Copyright !!!!  2006 Cisco Systems Inc Ver 8.0 Page 2 of 22 Guidance for Candidates Read These Notes Carefully ! You will have 15 minutes to read this paper before starting. This time allowance is not included in the overall lab time. ! Complete all sections of the lab in order. ! Please notify the Proctor when you reach each checkpoint . ! Do not proceed until you are instructed to do so.   ! Be aware that the routers and switches used in the lab may have port/interface specifications that differ slightly from those in the diagrams and tables in this document. Many routers have a slot/port architecture. Modify the router interface details as appropriate. ! ‘E0’ in the instructions refers to the first Ethernet port, on some devices this may be a Fast Ethernet interface. ‘S0’ refers to the first serial port. ! There should be no hardware or connectivity problems other than a password set on one of the routers. If you believe you are having hardware-related problems speak to the Proctor. If there is already a configuration on any of your devices it should be deleted and the device reloaded. Please advise the ICP Proctor. !  At any point in this document, where the phrase POD-X is shown, X refers to your allocated POD number. ! Please make additional notes on the paper in the space provided on each page or on the back of any page. ! General questions relating to the lab can be raised with the ICP Proctor during the lab without loss of points. The ICP Proctor will make allowances for language difficulties for non-English speaking candidates.   !  All documentation must be returned to the ICP Proctor on completion of the lab.   ! Please turn off all mobile phones/pagers and leave these with the ICP Proctor.   ! By taking part in this event, you are agreeing to be bound by Cisco Systems Inc NDA. Disclosing any part of this lab will result in the suspension of your CCSI status . ! THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE RETURNED TO THE ICP PROCTOR. ! Good Luck!  Instructor Certification Program – Technical v8.0 Candidate Instructions   Copyright !!!!  2006 Cisco Systems Inc Ver 8.0 Page 3 of 22 Name: Certified Learning Partner: Date: Instructions for remote access The following information relates to ICP events that use Cisco Systems Inc Remote Lab only!   As of July 2006, Cisco Systems Inc will use SSH (TCP port 22) for remote access to the ICP Lab. You are free to use any remote access client that supports SSH. The freeware clients, TeraTerm and Putty have been tested. However, neither are supported or endorsed by Cisco Systems Inc.  A copy of these clients is with your ICP Proctor. The ICP Remote Lab Terminal Server address is 128.107.245.33 . The ICP Proctor will provide the login details at the start of the lab session. The login information will expire after the end of the ICP event.  Instructor Certification Program – Technical v8.0 Candidate Instructions   Copyright !!!!  2006 Cisco Systems Inc Ver 8.0 Page 4 of 22 Do not proceed beyond this point. Notify the ICP Proctor and have your configuration verified. The Proctor may require you to demonstrate your working configuration.   1 - Physical & Data Link Layer Note: In this section ONLY, you are able configure temporary parameters of your own choice. 1A. Initial Configuration ! 1. Configure hostnames on all routers and switches within your POD. ! 2. Configure the following banner on all routers/switches. Replace “DD/MM/YYYY with today’s date. Ensure that your name “<Your Name>” and the router/switch hostname “<Router/Switch>” are also on the banner. ICP “DD/MM/YYYY” <Router/Switch POD-X> <Your Name> ! 3. Use IOS commands to configure the following router and switch passwords; Console: cisco Enable: cisco Enable Secret: san-fran Telnet: cisco Ensure that the Console session does not time out and interrupted output is redisplayed. Encrypt all passwords. 1B. Topology Discovery 5. Discover the network topology clearly identifying which interfaces are being used. ! 6. Label all WAN cable DTE/DCE orientation. ! 7. Configure suitable interface descriptions on all operational interfaces on all routers and switches. ! 8. Discover the IP subnet/subnet mask being used on the backbone and document this on the topology diagram. ! 9. Shut down unused router ports and remove any temporary configuration from the routers in your POD.
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