13.6 Summary of Session 13
This session has largely been revision for setting up a simple network and you’ve revisited commands and procedures you’ve covered earlier in the course. It’s given you an opportunity to consolidate your learning and practise your network set-up skills. It’s also explained some terms and concepts that may have been puzzling you.
In this session you have used the following commands.
|configure terminal||Enter global configuration mode|
|enable||Enter privileged execution mode|
|interface <interface ID>||Enters into interface configuration mode|
|ip address<IP address>||Configure an IP address and subnet mask on an interface|
|no shutdown||Restarts the interface|
|show ip interface brief||Displays the current state of the network interfaces|
In this session you have met the following terms.
A file created by the Cisco IOS to store device settings.
A type of Ethernet with a top speed of 100 megabits per second.
A type of Ethernet with a top speed of 1 gigabit per second.
Internetwork Operating System (IOS)
The operating system used on Cisco devices.
virtual local area network (VLAN)
LANs that are based on logical connections rather than physical connections.