Huawei HCNA Experiment Guide (PDF Version)

Huawei HCNA Experiment Guide PDF

Huawei HCNA Experiment Guide also one of Huawei’s HCNA certification materials. This book focuses on the use and commands of eNSP , as well as all HCNA experiments. Which can be used in conjunction with the study guide to build a simulated enterprise. The network scene, and then in the scene according to the instructions of the experimental guide, can help you to more deeply grasp the various knowledge points of HCNA.

Huawei HCNA Network Technology Experiment Guide

  • Software size: 132.8MB
  • Software License: Freeware
  • The topic:
  • Application platform: Win 32 bit / 64 bit
  • Updated: 2018-05-17
  • Software Language: Simplified Chinese
  • Software official website: no


Huawei HCNA Network Technology Experiment Guide Main Features

  1. Make a separate and meticulous explanation for each network technical knowledge of the HCNA level, easy to learn and readable;
  2. Designing an enterprise-based application scenario tailored to the characteristics of each technology, with strong applicability;

3. Demand-oriented, find problems – the solution to the problem runs through the overall experiment, logical thinking;

  1. A list of command indexes is attached to the book to facilitate access to the meaning and use of the commands.
  2. This book combines Huawei eNSP simulator for learning and experimentation, which can help readers to quickly and deeply learn Huawei network technology;
  3. This book is the first certification training experimental material published by Huawei on the market.


Huawei HCNA Network Technology Experiment Guide Directory

Chapter 1, eNSP and VRP basic operations, 0,

1.1, know eNSP, 2

1.2, familiar with the basic operation of VRP, 13,

1.3, familiar with commonly used IP related commands, 18,

1.4. Configuring to log in to the system through Telnet, 25.

1.5. Log in to the system through STelnet.

1.6. Configure file operations via FTP, 34.


Chapter 2, Switch Basic Configuration, 40,

2.1, the basic configuration of the switch, 42,

2.2. Understand ARP and Proxy, ARP, 44,


Chapter 3, VLAN, 54,

3.1, VLAN basic configuration and Access interface, 56,

3.2, configure the trunk interface, 60,

3.3. Understand the application of the Hybrid interface, 65.

3.4. Using single-arm routing to implement inter-VLAN routing, 75.

3.5. Using Layer 3 switches to implement inter-VLAN routing, 81.


Chapter 4, Spanning Tree, 86,

4.1, STP configuration and routing rules, 88,

4.2. Configure the STP timer, 94.

4.3, RSTP basic configuration, 101,

4.4, MSTP basic configuration, 110,


Chapter 5, Other Exchange Technologies, 120,

5.1, GVRP basic configuration, 122,

5.2, Smart, Link and Monitor, Link, 129,

5.3. Configure Eth-Trunk Link Aggregation, 134.


Chapter 6, Static Routing, 142,

6.1, static routing and default routing basic configuration, 144,

6.2. Floating static routing and load balancing, 153.


Chapter 7, RIP, 162,

7.1. Basic configuration of RIP routing protocol, 164.

7.2. Configure RIPv2 authentication, 168.

7.3, summary of RIP routing protocols, 175,

7.4. Configure RIP version compatibility, timer and protocol priority, 181.

7.5. Configure RIP suppression interface and unicast update, 187.

7.6, RIP and discontinuous subnets, 195,

7.7, RIP horizontal segmentation and trigger update, 204,

7.8. Configure additional metrics for RIP routes, 209.

7.9, RIP troubleshooting, 214,

7.10. Route import of RIP, 226.


Chapter 8, OSPF, 234,

8.1, OSPF single area configuration, 236,

8.2, OSPF multi-area configuration, 240,

8.3. Configuring OSPF Authentication, 246.

8.4. OSPF passive interface configuration, 252.

8.5. Understand OSPF, Router-ID, 257,

8.6. OSPF DR and BDR, 263,

8.7. OSPF cost value, protocol priority, and timer modification, 269.

8.8, connecting RIP and OSPF network, 275,

8.9. Use RIP, OSPF to publish default routes, 279,


Chapter 9, VRRP, 284,

9.1, basic configuration of VRRP, 286,

9.2. Configuring VRRP Multiple Backup Groups, 291,

9.3. Configuring VRRP Tracking Interface and Authentication, 296,


Chapter 10, Basic Filtering Tools, 302,

10.1. Configure basic access control lists, 304,

10.2. Configure advanced access control lists, 308,

10.3. Configuring a prefix list, 312,


Chapter 11, WAN, 320,

11.1, WAN access configuration, 322,

11.2, PPP certification, 325,

11.3, Frame Relay basic configuration, 332,

11.4. Configuration of OSPF in the Frame Relay Network, 337.


Chapter 12, DHCP, 346,

12.1. Configure DHCP based on the interface address pool, 348.

12.2. Configure DHCP, 352 based on the global address pool.

12.3. Configure DHCP relay, 358,


Chapter 13, IPv6366,

13.1, IPv6 basic configuration, 368,

13.2, RIPng basic configuration, 372,

13.3, OSPFv3 basic configuration, 377,


Chapter 14, other features, 384,

14.1. Implementing eNSP and real PC bridging, 386,

14.2, SNMP basic configuration, 391,

14.3, GRE protocol basic configuration, 395,

14.4. Configure NAT, 401,

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