Time
1 hour 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello. Welcome back to Jean EST reintroduction. This is Episode 2 to 3, combining physical equipment with the Genesis three network.
00:08
So this episode we're going to do just that. I have a physical switch and a physical computer here set out to the side that we're gonna combine into our genus story network that we've been building.
00:17
I'm gonna go ahead and bring up Gina's three here,
00:20
And as you see, this is kind of what we have previously. So all this is the VP sees and the router
00:26
is running off the Gina's three. And then the IO use is our switches that we built that running off the virtual machine.
00:35
So I'm gonna just go through it was going to make sure that we have a basic ping here. So let me bring this up.
00:42
Get on the router. One how to make sure that we can Ping
00:46
the device is 10 112 50
00:50
is PC to
00:54
you see a lot of traffic. So I was, uh
00:57
I spent the last day trying to troubleshoot this. So you guys run into issues. Don't Don't worry. Just take your time
01:03
anyway. So we have traffic going in and out. So what we're gonna do, I have my switch plugged into my Ethernet USB Ethernet that I use.
01:11
So we're gonna do go down to click here,
01:15
grab the cloud, just bring it down the way that it works for me. Anyway, some people were saying to use the V m with a rigid adapter that was not working for me. For some reason, it was dropping. The traffic has run a wire shark at both ends. And it was community. It wasn't letting the traffic back inbound. And I had my firewall off and all that.
01:33
So the way that works for me, just to sure, whatever that is,
01:38
once it comes in here just right, click and figure. Choose the adapter that you want to use, and I want my TV link to be my only one in there. We'll just apply
01:47
if you want todo changes to switch one because that's the name that I have given
01:53
my switch that I'm using. You can even go in and change the symbol to a switch if you want. It's a layer to switch that I got music so much gonna do that,
02:01
and then we'll connect the cables so fast. Ethernet 10
02:06
Now into the teepee link.
02:08
Click off that we're gonna go ahead and ensure that we have an I p address.
02:14
That's interface interface. One if a one slash zero
02:19
The address once attitude at 16.
02:23
11 to defer, to defer, to divert, to do
02:30
good, eh? No shuts should already be unable. There is ensuring. Um
02:36
so I just chose that one because it's not to tend out. No, it's all different. Networks are.
02:40
So
02:42
we should be older. Ping it. Now I have given the address of 17 to 16 1 that's 60
02:49
should build a thing. And we are.
02:51
So I'm gonna go to the ways end of ice is here, and we're gonna try to ping it as well.
02:55
And we're talking. We have combined the physical equipment
03:00
of our switch into drought or no.
03:04
So it's pretty cool. Go ahead and minimize it all.
03:07
So the only thing that kind of stinks about this is we just see the switch down here. We don't actually see
03:14
the PC that is actually hooked up to it. Um, so if you want to, that's where you could you know, drop in an image of a PC in there,
03:22
but anyway, you get the idea You could drop it in there.
03:24
We're gonna go ahead and minimize it and continue on.
03:28
So in the next In the last episode, we're going to take a quick look at the Siskel Cisco Viral, the virtual Internet routing lab.
03:36
And as always, you guys have questions. Need help. Feel free to shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thank you for watching this course, and I look forward to seeing you next one.

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