Time
13 hours 57 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:01
Hello and welcome back to I seen Do you want interconnecting Cisco Networking advice? Part one.
00:06
This is less than 2.3 introduction, configuring basics. Which management? I had Trenton Darryl, and I'm gonna be a structure for this course. And this lesson we're gonna be covering how to set up a cessation telling that
00:17
a little bit of counsel connections on the switch, how to secure those connections with usernames and passwords and how to set the management i p address on the interface for the switch.
00:28
So little about the lesson over here. And 2.32 we're gonna secure the switch with the user names and passwords. And 233 we're going to set up as this h tell. Not everyone could figure that remote interface for management. The last lesson. The word's gonna go quickly over some useful lab commands,
00:46
and I'll get us a pre assessment questions for this lesson. What do you think? The differences between the logging command and the log in local command in the lie configuration.
00:55
Give us a few seconds to think about it. Uh, I know we went over it a little bit a few previous lessons, so we'll see if you figure it out.
01:06
All right. Remember the log in command, You have to sit with a password command, and then the log in local, you will use the user name and password database.
01:17
All right, which of these is gonna be most secure on your switch?
01:21
Give it a few seconds to think about it. And I talked about it previously.
01:30
All right. Over you got enable secret. And then the random alphanumeric characters.
01:36
Password one is a very, very generic password.
01:41
And remember, password. The just command password is just a clear text password and a runny configure. This secret is MD five hashed.
01:49
And if you have a bunch of random alphanumeric characters, that is gonna be
01:53
much more difficult to actually crack because you can't use a dictionary for it
01:57
truly.
02:00
And the last pre assessment here, which what is the interface called that we're gonna set up the management I pee on.
02:10
All right. So you might not know this one. It is going to be a switched virtual interface or S p I.
02:17
You see, they're just throw. I seen you want, and I see Andy to the other three I just made up. They are
02:25
roughly correlated to similar stuff, but
02:29
the one that were in some arrangement I pee on is the FBI.
02:34
All right. In the next episode, we're going to secure the switch. See Ally, with usernames and passwords using that data base. Remember, guys,
02:40
let's get this lab going. Um, make sure you guys have the Gina's three set up or packet tracer, a home lab or using the press to practice labs
02:49
from Cyber Eri.
02:51
Um, I have some sort of lab environment is essential to success in this course.
02:59
I was always. If you have questions and need some help, feel free to shoot the message. It was. Look forward to seeing you next lesson.

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This course will enable students to understand virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to LAN, access and core segments.

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Trenton Darrow
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