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Network Address Translation (NAT) on Cisco Packet Tracer

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about NAT on cisco packet tracer.  NAT is a method for local address translation become public ip so that local network can be connected to internet. On cisco packet tracer, has several types : Static NAT Dynamic NAT PAT (Port Address Translation)   NAT on cisco has several terminology :

Configuration Wireless Radio on Cisco Packet Tracer

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to configuration wireless radio on simulator cisco packet tracer.  The following is the topologi : For Wireless router use HomeRouter-PT-AC.   First configure ip address on MyRouter : MyRouter(config)#int g0/0/0 MyRouter(config-if)#ip add 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 MyRouter(config-if)#no shutdown MyRouter(config-if)#exit MyRouter(config)#   Configure Wireless radio : Configure ip address for wireless

Configure Extended ACL on Cisco

In preceding tutorial I have discuss about Configure Standar ACL on Cisco  and In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to configuration Extended ACL on Cisco Packet tracer. Extended ACL is more complex than standard ACL where that can filter source and destination IP Address and that can be filtered specific IP and port.  Using number

Configuration Standard ACL on Cisco

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to configuration standard ACL on cisco packet tracer. Standard ACL work only for one connection traffic. using for filter source ip address and Permit/deny all protocol suite TCP/IP.  Standard ACL using number 1-199. For configure ACL on router, setting ACL first in global mode and then assign to

Configuration Dynamic Routing OSPF on Cisco Router

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to configuration of dynamic routing protocol using ospf. ospf is link state dynamic routing protocol where no Hop count limit.  Work with administrative distance 110. The following is the topologi : Configure IP Address on R1 : R1(config)#int g0/0/0 R1(config-if)#ip add 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0 R1(config-if)#no shutdown R1(config-if)#exit R1(config)#int g0/0/1

Configuration Dynamic Routing Protocol EIGRP on Cisco

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about dynamic routing protocol EIGRP. EIGRP is a distance vector routing protocol sometimes also called as advanced distance vector protocol. EIGRP is a Cisco open standar protocol have administrative distance is 90 and maksimum hop count is 255 (default 100). The following is the topologi : Configure IP Address on

How To Remove or Change configuration on Router/Switch Cisco Packet Tracer

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to remove or change configuration on cisco router/switch. when we have configured on router/switch but it’s wrong configuration or need to remove the configuration how to do that ?  and when we need to change configuration how to do that ? When we need to remove configuration on

How To Configuration Dynamic Routing RIP on Cisco Packet Tracer

In this tutorial I’ll discuss about how to configuration of dynamic routing protocol using RIP on cisco packet tracer. If in preceding tutorial we have configured static routing where we must specify destination network and gateway, on the dynamic routing we only need to advertise each router’s network. The following is the topology are used

How To Configuration DNS Server on Cisco packet tracer

DNS (Domain Name Service) is a service that used to make changes domain address becomes ip address and vice versa. For example when you access the website google.com you will call domain address where those domain will be translate to ip address of google server by DNS Server. The ilustrated as the following image :

How To Configuration Static Routing (3 Routers) Cisco Packet Tracer

In the preceding tutorial Configuration static routing I’ve discuss about static routing with 2 routers. And in this tutorial I’ll discuss static routing with 3 routers. The following is the topology that will be used. you can use Router type 2911 for this lab:   Let say you already configured ip address from all router’s and