Time
1 hour 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello. Welcome back to Gina's three Introduction. This is absolute to 14 creating a network with dynamic routers. And I owe you switches.
00:10
And this episode we're going to stop a network with the denim It Browder's with the IOU switches. And with the Genesis three virtual peces,
00:20
I'm gonna go ahead and bring up Gina's three. An RV. I'm here.
00:24
Ah, our apology
00:27
Spread that out just a little bit.
00:30
All right, so we still have. We see that this is green. We see it, This is green. So first things first. Let's just drop a couple peces on there.
00:39
Choose a server. We wanted to be a hero tower or whatever yours is.
00:44
We're just gonna sit up to here.
00:47
I want you both to run off that
00:50
and let's go ahead and throw in a router, which would be the dynamics router
00:58
strode into their Let's get our switch in there
01:03
missile, you
01:06
and we'll throw in one over here.
01:11
So let's go ahead and imagine that this is the 192 network off that left again. And this is the 10 dot network off to the right.
01:19
So let's go ahead and
01:23
let's set up some links here. He turned 00
01:30
Let's go, Agent 33
01:34
too. I forgot We still have that easier switch module in there. So let's go to this one.
01:44
She zoo
01:47
333
01:49
201
01:53
Let's click off that. So no, I was just gonna hit this and let's just power everything on,
02:01
All right, let's get our council connection to everything. Actually,
02:06
I forgot. I'll say the quick way to get it, Consul to everything is just a click this button up here.
02:13
So let's go ahead and get a consulate to everything.
02:16
Just give it a second to load it. All he said was PC to label you Alan to outer one.
02:23
All right, so PC one was given an I P. Address
02:27
1 91 681.50
02:30
to definitive. This'd be a slash 24.
02:36
You know, give it a gateway 1 91 61 by one.
02:40
We'll do the same word in pc to be 10 111.50
02:46
to fly too high, which is a slash 24.
02:52
No wonder if 11
02:55
All right, so the i o U's, we really shouldn't have to mess with. They should be standing alone because we're not doing any actual, um,
03:05
more than just basic frames. Switching. We're just kind of treatment is a dummy switch right now,
03:08
so it's good into rotor one.
03:13
Go on, figure terminal,
03:16
and we're going to interface. FAA deserve zero.
03:21
I p. Address 19 to 61. That one
03:25
two for deferred to defer to zero.
03:30
Ah, I'm gonna
03:32
a no shuts interface. Phase one
03:38
I, p. Address 10 1111250
03:46
No shuts. And, uh, And if you do a Nike routes
03:51
show, I feel about Excuse me,
03:53
they're both connected. Show
03:57
e interface brief.
04:02
All right, so I'm not gonna go through all that trouble just to money.
04:06
So we had these puppies. So now who do? Repaying the 1 91 60 to 1 50
04:14
We should get one AARP, and then we're good.
04:16
So if we paying 10 won that 1 50
04:21
you get one. Our panel should be good. Cool.
04:26
So those are working properly? Uh,
04:29
the cool thing. Now, if we do a show cdp neighbors because it's a Cisco switching, not just the normal switch that was showing up there.
04:39
It actually shows up which local ports They're coming in on
04:45
S so so CDP nears. You will learn if you do see center. I see anyone is the Cisco discovered protocol. So it discovers this local neighbors.
04:54
Um,
04:55
so that's actually kind of cool. That actually shows up now because otherwise you would have to enable L L D P if you're using the other switch
05:03
so
05:05
domestically we can go through and we can actually set this up properly to wear on port security
05:13
is actually working properly.
05:16
Do you do a show at the interface brief
05:25
camera plugged in here.
05:29
Now it's your zero e zoo.
05:35
Oh, goodness.
05:42
And we can do a switchboard. Court security.
05:48
It's just a neighborly.
05:50
No switchboard mod access
05:54
switch, sports
05:56
port security
05:58
switchboards, Mac,
06:02
Mac address sticky.
06:05
So now if we do a show running into the 000
06:11
we should
06:14
shown Mac address table.
06:17
So it has come in on that. So it should coming out of sticky here.
06:25
I do.
06:28
We just do a paying for this one here,
06:30
make sure we can reach the gateway
06:34
you can.
06:36
Let's make sure that we can reach the other computer in 1 50
06:42
time out and we should be getting ago.
06:46
Go.
06:46
We're good to go now.
06:50
So now if I go back in here,
06:53
we actually see that the Mac address have pulled in. So the Mac address port security feature is actually working now
06:59
in this lab. So that's really cool. We actually have full
07:03
Cisco set up in this,
07:05
um and like, you see, beware. This will
07:10
start to cook your ram a little bit. Um, I have 32 gigs of RAM and this computer. It's cooking quite a bit, actually. Take a look at the task manager. Actually, most of it. I just looked at the test measure. Most of it is getting ripped up by my, uh, open broadcasting software, the O. B. S for a screen recording here.
07:29
Actually, most of us getting killed by that.
07:30
So that's actually not too bad. So that you really with the This is a pretty good way of doing C center, C C and A If you don't mind a virtual stuff and if you have the computer to run, it's not a bad way to do it because you are dealing with true Cisco images. Now, we're not using the basic Janice three
07:50
switch. We're actually using the actual Cisco switch now, which is kind of name
07:58
anyone would go ahead, minimize this.
08:01
So the next lesson we're actually gonna look at some of the last few layer to fix is we're gonna look at the physical home lab. I'm gonna show you the lab that I used just off chance by for my c CNN. And also, I'm gonna show you how to integrate a layer to switch into your Gina Street network.
08:18
Ah, and lastly, we'll just take a brief look at the viral Francisco viral.
08:24
As always. If you guys have questions, need help. Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this lesson.

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