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    jamie-namahoe

    Hello,

    I'm watching the Installing Server 2012 episode (70-410). I'm following along while using the vLab. Around 45:00 of the episode, you guys switch to server core by removing the gui. I did the same in the lab, but now when the lab rebooted it's asking for a user name and password. Does anyone know the user name and password for the Microsoft Server 2012 Lab?

    -Daniel

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    jamie-namahoe

    I am really baffled by this question. Shouldn't the answer be B. The destination MAC address is already listed in the MAC address table, so it shouldn't have any problems forwarding it onto its destination. Why is the answer D? Wouldn't the switch only do this if the destination MAC address is not on the MAC address table yet?
    ^^^image removed by moderator^^^ (image was posted of a mac address table)

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    jamie-namahoe

    Hello,
    Don made a nice notepad file describing Class A, B, and C networks in the Introduction to Routing episode. Is that file available for download somewhere?
    -Jamie

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    jamie-namahoe

    I'm watching the initial device configuration episode and I'm at 1:46:34. I have my console cable plugged into my switch. I have a straight through Ethernet cable running from the 2621 router (Fa0/0) to port 23 of the switch. With my serial connection to the switch, I can telnet into the router no problem. I've given my switch's vlan an ip address of 192.168.0.10 and the Fa0/0 on the router has an ip address of 192.168.0.1
    I believe I configured the switch's vty lines correctly. See picture.
    Configuration of the switch's vty lines
    At this point in the episode, Don says I can remove my console cable and just use Ethernet to telnet into the switch. I removed the console cable from my computer. I have a straight through Ethernet cable going from my computer to a port on the switch. Using putty, I choose telnet, enter in the ip address of the switch's vlan 192.168.0.10, but I get an error message: Network error: connection timed out. What am I missing?

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    jamie-namahoe

    Hey Ronnie,
    Sorry about all that. I didn't know Brain Dumps was a violation of Cisco policy. Brother-in-law recommended it as good study material. I'm finding that not to be the case though. It's making me question stuff I learned from you and Don that I know is true! Anyways, thanks for the reply. Sorry once again.

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    jamie-namahoe

    Update: I figured it out. It's because windows was using dhcp to assign my computer an ip address. I statically assigned 192.168.0.2 and bam! It's all good.

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