Please provide United States-based groups with presenters who have U. S. English as a primary language. We had to rewind this vid several times at several points because the presenter had such a thick accent and was very difficult to understand.
How doyou view theses videos?????
Which video format is this? I cannot play the video.
It uses Adobe Flash, should play in the browser.
The setup looks straight-forward and the video is pretty easy to understand. However, the actual routing step (ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 184.108.40.206) is missing from the video. Including that and a better explaination of the routing would make this document and video much better.
If you posted a diagram of the network setup, that'd be handy. For example, which switch ports connect to which host?
Crystel Clear presentation .
Even works with out default route.
why he using no shut command after configuring switchport access vlan 2 or 3
there is no need on this
you have use NO SHUT when you configuring interface VLAN
Thank you so much! This was super easy to follow!
Great video and easy to follow. The ip routing at the beginning was most helpful!
I used Packet tracer to do the testing, however, the 'IP Routing" is not available in any switch in the Packet Tracer.
I do not have physical hardware available for the testing.
If we need this command "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 220.127.116.11", then do we have to have a router on the stub. if a router is needed, then why need layer 3 switch?
I find that need select Multi-Layer Switch in the Packet Tracer.
It is working now, no need "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 18.104.22.168" command, no need Router -on-Stick
It just works.
you don't need a default route. he is showing inter-vlan routing not how to allow hosts to access the internet. Since the routes are connected C* there is not need for a default just to speak to each other.
For clearer explanation on VLANs and Inter VLAN routing click on the link.
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