Time
13 hours 57 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:01
Hello and welcome back to I, C and D one interconnecting Cisco Networking devices, part one.
00:05
This is the last episode for this lesson 234 I am trend there. When I will be your instructor for this course,
00:12
you must be. We went over how to enable Esa Sage little bit telling us how to set up that management interface for those
00:18
lines. And then we said a default gateway for the switch
00:22
this episode we're going to cover some very basic, very useful commands for your lab set up.
00:28
So we're learning objectives were gonna make the lab better. I'm gonna make it a little easier to re stuff.
00:33
And
00:35
of all these commands and it
00:36
Hey, you're not using him
00:40
so quick. Pre assessment here. What do you think happens if you miss type of command without the No i p. Domain. Look up, command. So you probably already experienced this with you.
00:49
Just take a guess at what you think it might deal?
00:56
All right. So it's gonna attempt to resolve that host name, see if I've seen it before, and maybe in a few of my videos have miss type to command. It tries to resolve that domain, huh?
01:03
So sometimes that, like, she frees up your computer or your switch and you guys sit there and wait 5 10 seconds for its trying to solve and fail. So let's go ahead and jump right into it. Make this lab better.
01:15
So here's the three commands that are awesome for this so that no, I p domain look up stops it from trying to resolve those host names
01:23
from a
01:23
bad commit. So then, that's just a normal conglomerate configuration in the line configurations. If we set the exact time out two zeros,
01:32
what does gonna do is it's not gonna time us out. It's not going to give you. Let your counsel connection sit there for long enough.
01:38
It's just gonna log you out, and then you're going to live back in to get it taken. All your passwords.
01:42
So for a lab set up, this is a good thing to have pride. That's the greatest thing to have in production.
01:49
But
01:51
for a lab is gonna work great. It's confined and then logging synchronous. What it does is it
01:57
when you see these like debugging and consul messages saying someone so has changed the
02:04
config or this I p address has changed and you've been typing and it kind of depends your command to the end of that message.
02:13
This stops her from doing that.
02:15
So this will allow you this. This will finish up that message and then continue typing on the next line. So let's go ahead and bring up the party sessions and let's do each one.
02:24
So
02:25
so here.
02:28
So I'm gonna type in something we'll show you.
02:30
So he's trying to translate that now because I do have a domain server set.
02:36
It goes a little quicker because not trying to do it off the switch
02:39
so they're going to configure terminal. We want to know I p.
02:45
Domain
02:46
look up on the dash.
02:52
So stop it from doing that. So now if we do this again,
02:54
it says, doesn't know what to do.
02:59
Um, it doesn't try and do that to try and trace it on the main server,
03:05
So let's go ahead and get into the line configuration. I like to set the the Council connections of zero and then the SS ation Telenet sessions
03:14
to 60 minutes,
03:16
so let's go ahead and into line counsel. Zero for the council connection.
03:22
We'll do exact time.
03:27
Oh, sorry.
03:30
Timeout.
03:31
And we're just gonna go ahead to set this 1 to 0
03:37
on zero.
03:39
Go into the line of E T Y 0 15
03:46
One thing I noticed from my commands earlier, someone do a transport. I noticed this was off, so I'm gonna go ahead and just fix it now
03:55
puts. Oh,
03:59
and we're gonna set the exact time out on these two
04:01
60 minutes. So ago. 60. Remember the
04:06
60 minutes
04:09
and zero seconds,
04:12
so no rs sensation telling the chef's sessions are set to 60 minutes diamonds and the council wants won't time out at all. So we could just leave this one going. What we find
04:23
So the one that I love the most is the logging synchronous. It makes everything easier to read,
04:27
and
04:29
it's my favorite.
04:30
So it's going to
04:31
wine council zero
04:34
drug logging.
04:39
I can't are still synchronous, so it's a good thing we have
04:43
auto complete
04:45
exit
04:46
and then we'll go into line bt y 0 15
04:51
logging synchronous.
04:55
And
04:57
so now see how it automatically Here, Let me
05:00
that I can.
05:01
So if you just go in and change the interface. A phaser one. Don't do his own. Remove that description
05:11
saying laptop.
05:12
So we're gonna move that description and
05:15
and see how it brought us automatically back to a new line instead of putting the cursor at the end here.
05:21
So I love it because it doesn't depend anything on there. So now that we have a basic lab configuration, all of these,
05:30
we're gonna start getting more and more of the labs. This course continues so thoroughly hope that you guys have a at least a genius Three or packet trace or set up? Um, hopefully have a home lab. And remember, you always have the option of the practice labs on Cyber Eri,
05:46
if you have the pro subscriber says
05:49
so, it's going exit out of this.
05:54
All right, Hopefully remember both suspect here. What is the exact time out command? D'oh!
06:02
All right, so it remember that sets it
06:06
in the minutes first, and then it's seconds after that.
06:11
Um,
06:12
it doesn't set in the hours when it does set in ours, but not
06:15
specifically or in a, you know, not a nurse.
06:18
So our next lesson here, we're gonna configure switch interfaces we're gonna look at auto negotiation on speed and duplex. We're gonna look at poor security.
06:28
And as always, if you guys have questions on this lesson, there's module who are free to send me a message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson and look forward to seeing you in the next one.

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