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© 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of 5 Packet Tracer - Navigating the IOS Topology Objectives Part 1: Establish Basic Connections, Access the CLI, and Explore Help Part 2: Explore EXEC Modes Part 3: Set the Clock Background In this activity, you will practice skills necessary for navigating the Cisco IOS, such as different user access modes, various configuration modes, and common commands used on a regular basis. You will also practice accessing the context-sensitive Help by configuring the clock command. Part 1: Establish Basic Connections, Access the CLI, and Explore Help In Part 1 of this activity, you will connect a PC to a switch using a console connection and explore various command modes and Help features. Step 1: Connect PC1 to S1 using a console cable. a. Click the Connections icon (the one that looks like a lightning bolt) in the lower left corner of the Packet Tracer window. b. Select the light blue Console cable by clicking it. The mouse pointer will change to what appears to be a connector with a cable dangling from it. c. Click PC1 . A window displays an option for an RS-232 connection. d. Drag the other end of the console connection to the S1 switch and click the switch to access the connection list. e. Select the Console port to complete the connection. Step 2: Establish a terminal session with S1. a. Click PC1 and then select the Desktop tab. b. Click the Terminal application icon. Verify that the Port Configuration default settings are correct. What is the setting for bits per second? c. Click OK . d. The screen that appears may have several messages displayed. Somewhere on the screen there should be a Press RETURN to get started! message. Press ENTER.
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