Time
13 hours 57 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello and welcome back to I see anyone interconnect Francisco Network devices Part one. This is episode with 21 to ask is accessing the Cisco. I'll s see Eli.
00:11
I am threatened. Everyone. I'm gonna be your instructor for this course. In the last video, we just went over the lesson 2.1 overview and some pre assessment questions
00:19
in this episode of recovering how to get your switch going and how to access the command line interface
00:26
and some learning objectives for this lesson there episode We're going to be showing use in different ways to connect to the Cisco switch
00:33
record of these cereal or council cable connections, the Telnet Connections Secure Show and the Web server connections.
00:41
But as always, a pre assessment is required.
00:44
Which connection method should be avoided when possible.
00:49
Give me a few seconds to go ahead and pause the video.
00:55
All right. It is the Telenet connection because it's sent over Clear text
01:00
and quick lab notes. This is the current lack configuration have set up here.
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I have my normal just so how
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WiFi
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router switched little top at the top There. I'm a Windows 10 hosts and I have ah, boon to server VM or virtual machine running on top that
01:19
so have a USB link, Ethernet going for my server to the switch and then from the router.
01:26
I have just my normal Eastern cable. Then I have a council cable actually going to the USB ports of the Windows 10 host, but I can switch it back and forth
01:36
between the server and the host
01:38
and then the villain. One I pay interest is 19216821.2 to 5.
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This is on the slash 24 sub net,
01:49
meaning
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the are 255 addresses.
01:56
All right, First off, we'll get right into the council cable,
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so the
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council cables one of the original ways. It's nice because if you have to have physical access in order to get to it, so it's looking the picture in the bottom right. You have two different options there to get your act consul actions. You have R J 45 or you actually have a USB.
02:16
Now all the switches that I have in my lab are all R. J. 45 minutes. I don't have any of the USB ones,
02:22
but you'll see a lot of those in the
02:25
enterprise environment. So would this actually uses a rollover cable?
02:30
So if you look just the left there, you'll see pens. Once you're eight on both ends, you'll see that pin one on the left is now pin eight on the right,
02:38
so it just kind of essentially just rolls it all over. So one equals eight to equal seven
02:46
three equal six and someone so cute going forth.
02:50
So the council cable that you get with pretty much every switch that comes with you get Francisco has this blue council cable on the top left there, so you have an R J 40 and 45 end with the D B nine connector on the left.
03:01
It's a lot of times you got to go buy a serial converter de benign that hook up to that and go USB into your computer
03:08
because most computers don't have this connection anymore.
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But the one that I'm currently wanting running is the one of the top right that just has the R J 45 see USB.
03:20
I just had to install a few drivers, and it works out pretty Well,
03:23
so if you're gonna set this up, see, what you want to do is set up putty
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the
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All right. So we have the party configuration here, we're gonna see the 9600 bod rate. Only eight data bits.
03:38
One stop bit. No parity. So let me check my device manager here. Make sure that the com port it's hooked up to this one
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beckoned party when your cereal and I just checked my
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thing here. We're on cops. Three speed 9600.
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So let's go ahead and open up. We should be writing a switch. All right, so now we are in a constant mode,
04:01
so we'll look at the different modes here.
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And the next lesson
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says user mode
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enable my would put in a password
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global configuration mode.
04:17
But that is essentially council cable connection.
04:21
Uh,
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now, let's say you are using a Lennox variant. Right. Um,
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let me bring up my virtual box here.
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Where is my?
04:33
Here we go.
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You bring that up.
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I'll show you how to get it.
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Let me just give me a moment here.
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You're speaking.
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Come on.
04:56
So want to d
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the message grip for T t y.
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So I'm gonna use the serial device converter. So we're going to use screen
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dead of T T T Y u S p zero
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took me a little bit of playing around here, so let me zoom back in,
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fix it.
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Exit
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close all terminals.
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All right, So I'm just gonna kill these terminals here.
05:59
All right, So we're gonna try us again here.
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So we want to do a d message
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for t t y
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through. No. Use the USB seer converter. So we had, for some reason on this V m. I need to run a pseudo
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ah, screen.
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Uh, T T Y U S b zero
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Japan pseudo password
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enter a few times. And
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Ah,
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so you see, counsel sometimes has its weird issues.
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I don't know why this is happening.
06:46
All right? So, no, If we look at tell Matt this is either you can enabled on windows, or it is. You can use putty.
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The poor thing about that is that it's clear text communications, meaning anyone capturing
06:58
nowhere. Traffic can communicate your credentials and then use them.
07:02
And this is import 23 for a TCP.
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The way to turn it on as you just kind of. If you do a search on the bar, you can turn windows features on her off, and then eventually you will will scroll down and you'll see the telling that client
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Sophie's party again. Let's go ahead and bring party up.
07:23
All right, so I didn't tell that example. So I'm gonna go ahead and show you party first.
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I was getting too. We're gonna go tell nuts into 19 to 1 68 1225
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Used in a trend.
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All right, We're in Until that. Now, it was clear text. So
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see,
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people are watching
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and exits. So if we go into the command prompt,
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I'll show you how to get it through there.
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This is through the windows. Command prompt here.
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So after he's been in a little asses, do tell nuts. 12
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192
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681 Dirty to five.
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Same thing.
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It just looks a little bit different. That's all it was. It's the same thing
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exit.
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And we're back in the normal command problem session now.
08:26
All right, so if we go ahead and do it your Lennox machine, it's gonna be the same thing as the windows of machine.
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Just tell. Not too firm
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friends.
08:39
All right,
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now you're switches. When they first get them are gonna be ready for this. You're going to set him up and we'll go through some of configuration in a little bit.
08:48
But for now, this is how we connect.
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And let's get on to the secure show RS s h. And again, this is putty N E S s H program. It's like built in Lenox and Mac.
09:01
This one is nice, because encrypted, you actually have to accept the,
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uh,
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key that is given to you by the server first. And this is using port 22
09:11
and let's go ahead and bring party up.
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We're right. So we got buddy. We are on SS H 12 to 5.
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It's normally you'll see a warning. San, do you accept this s h key? But since I have s ization, do it before
09:30
it works. And now we're on us this age.
09:33
So simple. It works.
09:35
If you're curious, before they figure Asian actually do this,
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we shall run. Begin at blind con.
09:48
Oh, my God.
09:50
So here's the command. You're gonna look for us a line counsel. Zero
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is going to be your counsel. Cable aligned VT Wise of the virtual lines, you're gonna want to do the log in with a password
10:03
or log in local, which will have it. Use your name,
10:07
we'll show you how to configure. It was later, but the transport input to tell nut and sssh is where you're gonna actually allowed for telling the necessaries access
10:18
going exit out of this.
10:20
So then there is finally the weapon, their faces. So these uses port 80 and 443 Remember, remember, Port 80 is http and 443 is https.
10:31
So some of these actually have the ability to some do not. They have very limited access for the Web servers, so you can actually utilize the Cisco Network assistant software.
10:43
Or you can actually use a Web Web browser to look at your software everywhere that the Web browser. What you can
10:50
well can run, Http. So it's unclear, or it can run https. So should be secure.
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So I'm gonna go ahead and bring up the
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web Gilly for first year.
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So this one is through Internet Explorer,
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right?
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I just googled a map to the address appear
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put in the same username password I've been using.
11:16
And this is what it brings up. So you have some status is kind of more for viewing a status, right?
11:22
It's not using you don't want to do to you can't You can't do too much configuration. And you know you can do support settings.
11:31
Um,
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but I mean, really, I can do is change the description. You can change speed or do plaques.
11:39
There's not a whole lot you can you can really mess with V lands at all.
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But
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the biggest woman's the dashboard. So that's just kind of nice, because you can look at everything
11:50
the next. We're gonna look at the Cisco networking assistant.
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Bring this one. Okay, so we have the never existence. So go out maps to the switch. Already
12:00
those ones decent. You can actually do a little bit more than the Web server. Um,
12:05
so if we go into host names? No, by current host name switch one,
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we can look at I p addresses. So raga said veal, and one said to this right now,
12:20
So it's one of these, even at V lands you can
12:22
putting your span ports.
12:26
You can do a little bit of SMTP configuration with community strings.
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So that's when you do a little bit more. You can do monitor. You can look at views as well.
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So again as your front panel side three computers plugged in on the left there
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and also on the far right. Remember, I have the
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the router hooked up to it.
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So you can actually Adam or devices to this kind of It's kind of nice because it configure you're gonna hold all your devices in their wants
13:00
is not as robust as command line interface, but it's It's all right.
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Okay, So what Baade rate would you generally want to set on the Cisco Consul? Poor connections.
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All right, Hopefully you got the 9600 bars.
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And in the next episode, we're gonna be going over how to actually utilize this, Eli, how to get a different modes configuration mode.
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So
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if, as always, if you guys have questions, you help youse need some icy Andi want information,
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shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this episode and look forward to senior and rest. Of course. Thank you.

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