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IP Generic: Follow up sessions
Session Day Date From To Link to virtual classroom Link to recorded session
1 Saturday 12 January 2013 10:00 12:00 Session 1 Session 1
2 Saturday 19 January 2013 10:00 12:00 Session 2 Session 2

Learning materials


IP Generic sessions

Follow up sessions

Additional learning materials


Cisco Packet tracer

Packet Tracer is a Cisco router simulator that can be utilized in training and education, but also in research for simple computer network simulations. The tool is created by Cisco Systems and provided for free distribution to faculty, students, and alumni who are or have participated in the Cisco Networking Academy. The purpose of Packet Tracer is to offer students and teachers a tool to learn the principles of networking as well as develop Cisco technology specific skills.

Download Packet Tracer

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Packet tracer activities

Download the activities and open them in packet tracer to start the activity.

Packet tracer tip

When starting a big network in packet tracer it may take a few minutes before all connectivity is established. To avoid that press the button Fast Forward Time a few times.


Commands used

Some of the windows 7/Vista commands used
Command Description
ping Ping the IP address four times
ping Find the IP address of and ping it four times
ping -t Ping IP address until stopped with <CTRL>-C
tracert Find and show the route (path) to
ipconfig Show basic IP Configuration
ipconfig /all Show extended IP configuration
ipconfig /release Release DHCP IP configuration
ipconfig /renew Obtain IP configuration from DHCP server
ipconfig /displaydns Show DNS cache
ipconfig /flushdns Purge entries in the DNS cache
nslookup Name server lookup. Find IP address
nslookup -type=mx Name server lookup. Find Mail server(s) (MX)
route print Print the route table on the screen