Time
23 hours 18 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello and welcome back to I see anyone interconnecting Cisco Networking devices Part one
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this is Episode 2.1 dot four Francisco Iowa Software Management. I am Trenton hero and I were gonna be here a shirt for this course,
00:14
the last video. One of how to use this Eli some different modes and house the Cisco Iowa's will actually help you quite a bit in your studies
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this episode of recovering a little bit of
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configuration modes, how to get in and out of configuration. Willett's different storage media. That's president switch
00:34
And where those figuration father,
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you said we're gonna go over the config modes getting out of the in and out of those different modes where the storage is and where the CONFIG files are
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and quick pre assessment. Here, What command mode is the is S w one Parentheses. Config. Dish. I, Auntie
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give it a few seconds to see if you might be figured out. Why wise just waiting.
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All right. It is tthe e interface command mode
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and the quicklime note this is the lab set up for this lesson.
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So router connecting these switching the Windows 10 host, I got my boon to server running on the host.
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That is ri USB Ethernet to the switch and that have a constant USB connection connected to the Windows turn host
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s a case. So configuration modes.
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Um,
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So once you're in the enable mode that went over in the last lesson, what you can do is type of figure terminal or con 50.
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Um,
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this is gonna put you into the global configuration mode
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command would. And then from there you can do context setting base commands. So interface, you know, fast Ethernet 01 line counsels, you know,
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zero
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line VT. Why
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zero
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villain? So it's a bunch of different ones.
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So if I bring it, I want to ramp the party session here. I'll show you
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come to
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Bush, Mark.
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So it's quite a bit for this.
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Configure the banners. So that's what you see every time I log and where it says,
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um, you know, this is only for Altoids. Users
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love a block.
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You knew your crypto for us this age,
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so the line you could do VT why or my console
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your poor channels, you're set up either channels,
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figured NTP,
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but
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let's go out and get back to you.
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So getting in and out of the different configuration boats. So watching from watching me play around here, I'm gonna go ahead and let you try to figure this one out before I give you the answer. So go through these steps,
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see if you can follow line by line and figure out how to do it. If you can't figure out some of the basic commands, that's fine.
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But I want you to get used to going from user mode to enable mode to global configuration to interface and back.
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So I gave the she seconds to go ahead and positive video and see if you can figure this one out.
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All right. So I'm gonna go ahead and give the answers here and see how you did.
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All right. So you first you want to hit enable from the user mode,
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then get into the
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global configuration mode,
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which is configured terminal ka 50.
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From there, you won't get to the interface fast. Internet 01 configuration. So interface festive is there one
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and change the speed of 10 megabits for seconds and her description laptop. So exit back to global config and exit back to enable vote.
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So
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all right,
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so in the front sees you actually see the configuration mode if he saw it When you go from enable mode to global configuration motives, they config in the press sees you go interface f f 01 invested in that 01 will say configured Dash I, auntie,
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whereas if you went to Lion Council zero,
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it would say config dash line. So those of you different sub Moz
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All right, so now if we get into the configuration file storage here soaring gets over some vocab first, the ram is random access memory.
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The flash memory
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rahm is read only memory and envy. Ram is non volatile Ram.
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So RAM is also considered a dynamic ram. So it works just like your computer ram, right? So it's a working storage. The actual running configuration of the switch is here,
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right? So flash memory is actually where you store the Cisco Iowa's image or the bin file. So that kind of like the operating system
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of the sucker of the switch is stored here.
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You can also store backup files, the CONFIG files. If you're using a adaptive security appliance, you can back up your your VPN software or, you know, other software there as well.
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So the read only memory That's kinda like the bootstrap program. When the first when it switches first powered on what that's gonna do is gonna find the IOS image in flash memory, and it's gonna load it into the ram
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for its use.
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So envy ram is the non volatile ram.
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So this actually stores the startup configuration
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for the device.
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Um,
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so here we're actually gonna go the differences between start up and running config sze So starting vig is the initial configuration of the switch every time it is reloaded or starts up.
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So what that does is it moves the start of config into the running configured, winces loaded
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that way, the running of figures that currently running configuration
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So it is dynamic. So when someone enters a configuration, commander gets placed there.
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So
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you know when you play around and party or your switch and you take too much commands if you like, get to the point where, like all men, I must stop. I have always *** on here.
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Um,
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I don't want to go through the trouble of trying to
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you know we do. What you gonna reload and bring back that start up command
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Startup
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configuration file. That way you don't have to erase all that stuff. You can just go back to the syrup configuration.
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Um,
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a couple ways you can, actually. So if you get to a good configuration found your running configuring. Hey, I wanna make this my new start of configuration.
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You can do copy running configurations, space started configuration, or that the shorthand version is this copy, run, start
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or even knew, Right memory.
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Um, let's say you just want to go back to base configuration. You wanna make this device brand new again
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and you wanna erase a startup config?
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You want to either type in a race, right? A race. You're a startup, configure or a race envy Brandt. Because mark the start of could fig is stored in envy, Graham, and then just do a reload command or just turn it off, Turn it back on
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any of those will push, make it almost like brand new again.
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So here, I'm gonna give you a
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quick example of it.
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All right, so now I'm gonna give you a quick example of how start up with running configure versus started figure works.
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So let's do a show Run.
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I'm just going to do is undergoing change the host name, right?
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So if we look in here
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where ISS host names the host name switch one. This isn't a running configuration
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show
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shows
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1/3 of configure.
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The host name is also switch one.
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So let's get you could figure terminal.
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I'm just gonna do a host name to S W one
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hit. Enter. Okay, so now, as you can see, off to the left It moved from switch one
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two s, w one.
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So if we do a show run,
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the host name is showing s w one.
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But if we do a show startup configure
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it is still showing Switch one,
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not s W one.
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So if we do a copy,
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run starts.
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All right, So now if we do a show
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startup configure again
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Now that the
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running could figure has been written to the start of config, the host name is now
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quick post assessment here when you see the running config file
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into the start of config. Where is it now?
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Where
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is the start of config saved
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so When you say the running config into the start of config. Where is it? Actually saved, too.
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I could have a tricky one here. I give you a few seconds.
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All right? It is in the envy of Ram. Could remember the run that you're saving the running config into the start of config, which is stored in the non violence out Ram.
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All right, In the next lesson, we're going to start looking at analyzing Internet switching.
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We're gonna look a little bit about the spanning tree protocol and learning Mac addresses with the switches.
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And so again, Roby using lab equipment and more and more now. So I hope you're getting it ready
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and again using packet, trace or genius three. Or if you have your own home lab.
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And as always, if you have questions or need help, go and shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson that look forward to senior than the rest. Of course,

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