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CCNA Packet Tracer Lab

This CCNA level GRE Tunnel lab will test your skills in the following domains:

  • IP Addressing
  • Multi-Area OSPF
  • GRE Tunnel Configuration
  • DHCP & DHCP Helper
  • Static Routing

Take a look at the topology below to get started on the lab!

This is the OSPF Area setup, included in the .zip package of this CCNA Packet Tracer Lab

In this lab you start off with a blank topology. By the end, you will configure a GRE Tunnel used to establish OSPF neighborship, DHCP Helper addresses, EIGRP routing, some static routing, and DHCP pools.

The lab comes as a package with everything you need to challenge your self and sharpen your skills.

In the PDF document you will find the diagrams from above, and step by step “challenges” for you to complete. You finish the lab with various “check points” to verify your work.

Some of my colleagues have completed this lab while studying for CCNA type challenges, and the feedback has been great. This is a fun way for you to brush up on your weak areas of these topics.

What does this CCNA GRE Tunnel Lab include?

The .zip file includes the following:

  • PDF Document of the challenge tasks, complete with topology diagrams, IP Tables, DHCP Pool tables, and checkpoints to verify your work
  • Blank Packet Tracer file to start configuring right away
  • Completed Packet Tracer file to compare your lab
  • Text documents with configurations for every device if you get stuck

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CCNA Gre Tunnel Lab
Here is an excerpt from the PDF file you will receive, nice and organized!

If you are looking for more labs, check out the Lab Challenge section of my blog! One of my favorites tests your PAT and ACL configuration skills. 🙂

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I am looking forward to creating more lab challenges, so please send me an email or leave a comment below to let me know what kind of labs you would like to see. Feedback is encouraged and appreciated!

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    Looks good! I will be creating this in GNS3 instead of PT

  2. Alex Gray

    Whats going on here? haha thanks for posting my video on your site i guess 😀

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