This lesson focuses on how switches operate and are implemented in a medium-size and a large enterprise network environment. The focus of this active learning tutorial is the configuration, implementation, and deployment of the Router-on-a-Stick concept when having more than one Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) in a Local Area Network (LAN) topology infrastructure.
The lesson is intended for one week worth of learning and implementing new material.
The lesson is designed to facilitate Cisco Network Academy students taking the Cisco LAN Switching course in the CCNA curriculum with a real-world LAN Switching scenario. The students will use skills learned in the Cisco’s Network fundamentals and Routing protocols courses respectively, including the configuration of VLANs from the current Cisco LAN Switching course.
This Practical Learning Object will address Cisco’s network consolidation of VLANs and the Router-on-a-Stick topology concept. At the end of this lesson, students will be able to design, configure, and implement the Router-on-a-Stick topology concept to enable Inter-VLAN routing, the communication between network and end-user devices operating on separate VLANs in a converged network environment.
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS REQUIREMENTS (Minimum)