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CCNA Exploration, LAN Switching and Wireless Packet Tracer Practice Skills Based Assessment
Purpose: Design Approach: The purpose of this Cisco Packet Tracer Practice Skills Based Assessment (PTPractice SBA) is to support student success by providing additional student practice prior to taking the end of course hands-on Skills-Based Assessment (SBA). This PT Practice SBA is designed to providethe student with practice prior to taking the course final SBA. This PT Practice SBA is not a substitute for the SBA. Certain “hands-on” skills can only be validated by configuring real equipment.However, this PT Practice SBA may indicate to the student skills that may need more practice. As such, although the claims and component skills are summative in nature, this PT Practice SBA is aformative exam. Scoring rules and feedback are designed to inform the student of strengths and weaknesses so that the student can more effectively prepare for the SBA. To download an SBA, you must be aninstructor in an active course for that SBA. Access the Instructor Home link from Academy Connection. Select the appropriate class, then the click the “Gradebook” link. Click the “Skills” link in thegradebook to access the page to download the SBA. PT Assessment Objectives:

Claim#

Compound Observable/Assessment Objective Statements Device Connection

Point % 5

0.3.2

The student canconnect switches and hosts in a wired LAN. Basic Device Configuration 23

0.3.1

The student can create a basic switch IOS configuration including naming, banner, passwords, management interfaceaddressing and default gateway configuration Trunk Configuration 6

0.6.3;0.6.5

The student can configure and verify trunking. VTP and VLAN Configuration 22

0.7.2;0.7.3;0.5. 2;0.5.3;

The studentcan configure and verify VTP. The student can configure and verify VLANs. VLAN Access Configuration 7

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