Lab 3.2.3 Using Feature Navigator

Task 1: Create a Cisco.com Guest Registration

Step 1: Access the Cisco.com registration service
a. Using a computer with Internet access, go the website http://www.cisco.com.
b. On the top right of the page, click Register. The page that opens is Step 1 of 4 in the registration process.

Step 2: Complete the registration process
a. Complete the registration information required for Step 1.
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A valid email address must be used.
The User ID can be the same as your Networking Academy name (if it is available).
Do not select any check boxes under Register for Additional Access.
Click Submit.
b. On the next page, Step 2 of 4, select Home Address and enter either your academy address details or your personal address, and a telephone number. Click Submit.
c. At the Your Interest and Preferences screen under Step 3 of 4, click Skip This Step if you are not employed. Completing this information is optional.
d. At Step 4 of 4, the Complete Registration screen appears. You will be directed to your email account to activate your registration with Cisco.com.
e. Check the email account you registered with for an email with the subject “Cisco.com Registration:
Action required.” In the body of the email, click the Cisco.com account activation link, or copy and
paste it into a browser address window.
1) You will see the Successful Registration screen.
2) You will receive a Cisco.com Registration Confirmation email with your User ID.
You can now access Cisco.com by clicking Log In at the top of the screen and entering your User ID
and password. 

Step 3: Test your Cisco.com Guest registration
a. Using a computer with Internet access, go the website http://www.cisco.com.
b. At the top right of the page, click Log In and log in using your Cisco.com username and password.
NOTE: As a security precaution, if you have not changed your password within the last 3 months, you
will be prompted to change it when you log in.
Once logged in, you may not notice any change in appearance of the website (other than Logged In
and Profile at the top of each page). However, when services on the Support menu are accessed,
the range and detail of features may increase.
NOTE: Guest Registration does not provide access to IOS software downloads. Additional Access
registration is required to access IOS software. These registrations can be of the following types:
  • Service Contract (SMARTnet) Owner
  • Cisco Channel Partner or Authorized Company
  • Purchase Direct from Cisco
  • Customer of a Cisco Certified Partner Initiated Customer Access [PICA] Partner
  • You are a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert [CCIE User]

Task 2: Access Cisco.com Feature Navigator
Step 1: Access and log in to Cisco.com
a. Using a computer with Internet access, go the website http://www.cisco.com.
b. At the top right of the page, click Log In and log in using your Cisco.com username and password.
c. Click Products and Services.
d. Under Product Research Tools, click the Cisco Feature Navigator link.
NOTE: You do not need to use your Cisco.com registration to access the Cisco Feature Navigator. It can
be accessed directly from http://www.cisco.com/go/cfn.

Step 2: Examine the Feature Navigator tools
List the six tools offered by the Feature Navigator:
Search by Feature
Search by Software
Search by Platform
Search by Image
Search by Product Code
Compare software releases
It may be necessary to use more than one tool. For example, you may not know the exact description of a
feature set, but you may know the platform and image name. In this case, a combination of the tools is
required to provide all the necessary information.


Task 3: Examine 1841 Router IOS Features

Step 1: Search by feature
This assumes that you know which features you want your upgraded network to have.
a. From the Cisco Feature Navigator page, click the Search by Feature link.
b. From Available Features list, select the following features:
  • • CallManager Express (CME) 3.0
  • • IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)
  • • Mobile IP
  • • Videoconferencing for the Cisco Multiservice IP-to-IP Gateway Feature
  • • Voice Over IP (VoIP)
These features are a sample of services that the FilmCompany may consider adding to their network; you may add others for this exercise.
TIP: Filtering by using the first letter links across the top of the page or using the search field makes finding each feature easier.
c. Click the Add button for each feature selected. When done, click Continue.
d. On the next screen, from the Platform drop-down menu, select 1841. From theFeature Set dropdown
menu, select ADVANCED IP SERVICES.
Output similar to this will be displayed:
Release Image Name DRAM Flash
12.3(14)YT1 c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-14.YT1.bin 192 48
12.3(14)YT c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-14.YT.bin 192 48
12.3(8)YG4 c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-8.YG4.bin 192 64
12.3(8)YG3 c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-8.YG3.bin 192 64
12.3(8)YG2 c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-8.YG2.bin 192 64
12.3(8)YG c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.123-8.YG.bin 192 64
e. Note the DRAM and flash requirements for each image.
Does your router have the DRAM and flash resources to support these advanced services?
How can the DRAM and flash available on your router be determined?
Issue show version and show flash: commands at the privileged EXEC mode prompt.
The required and suitable IOS image can be selected and the appropriate arrangements made to download it.

Step 2: Search by platform
a. From the Cisco Feature Navigator page, click the Search by Platform link.
b. List the four search objectives available:
________ Software
________ Platform
________ Image Name
________ Product Number
c. From the Platform drop-down menu, select 1841. Click Continue.
Step 3: Search by feature set
a. From the Feature Set drop-down menu, select IP BASE.
b. Examine the list of features.
List the interior routing protocols supported.
______ EIRGP
______ OSPF
______ RIP
List the exterior touting protocols supported.
______ tidak ada
c. From the Feature Set drop-down menu, select ADVANCED IP SERVICES.
Note that the extra features listed include such features as:
  • Analog Centralized Automatic Message Accounting E911 Trunk
  • Analog DID (Direct Inward Dial)
  • Call Admission Control for H.323 VoIP Gateways
  • Caller ID
  • Caller ID on Analog Voice Interfaces
  • CallManager Express (CME) 3.1
  • Cisco IOS Telephony Service (ITS) Version 2.1
  • And various features for:
  • H323
  • MGCP – Media Gateway Control Protocol
  • Mobile IP
  • SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)
  • Videoconferencing for the Cisco Multiservice IP-to-IP Gateway Feature
  • VoIP (Voice over IP)
This presentation provides feature details but makes direct comparison between the Feature Sets difficult.

Step 4: Compare images
In this step, it is assumed that you know some release and version details about the IOS images but not the exact features of each.
a. Click the Compare Images tab on the current page or the Compare Images link on the Cisco Feature Navigator page.
b. Under Select First Image Parameters, make a selection from each drop-down list, for example:
Software: IOS
Major Release: 12.4
Release Number: 12.4(1a)
Platform: 1841
Feature Set: IP BASE
c. Under Select Second Image Parameters, make a selection from each drop-down list, for example:
Software: IOS
Major Release: 12.4
Release Number: 12.4(10b)
Platform: 1841
Feature Set: ADVANCED IP SERVICES
d. Note the information displayed:
  • Image information for each IOS
  • Features unique to each image
  • Common features in both images (scroll half-way down the page)
Does your router have the DRAM and flash resources to support these advanced services?
How can the DRAM and flash available on your router be determined?
Issue show version and show flash: commands at the privileged EXEC mode prompt.
What extra Layer 3 protocol support is with the ADVANCED IP SERVICES feature set?____ IPv6
e. Examine some of the unique features listed above by clicking the links.
Describe the enhanced network services and features users could expect if an IOS upgrade to the
ADVANCED IP SERVICES feature set was performed.
Fitur-fitur ini memungkinkan jaringan data IP untuk mengelola dan mengirimkan panggilan suara dan videophone pada LAN perusahaan dan jaringan WAN, dan ke/ dari jaringan switched publik. Perangkat mobile IP juga dapat terhubung ke jaringan dari titik yang berbeda dan VLAN.


Task 4: Examine 2960 Switch IOS Features

 Step 1: Search by platform
a. Return to the Cisco Feature Navigator page and click the Search by Platform link.
b. From the Platform drop-down menu, select CAT2960 and click Continue.

Step 2: Search by feature set
a. From the Feature Set drop-down menu, select LAN BASE.
b. Examine the list of features.
c. Examine some of the features listed by clicking on the links.
d. Select various Major Release and Release values from those respective menus. Note the IOS image
filenames and memory requirements.
e. Return to the Cisco Feature Navigator. From the Platform drop-down menu, selectCAT3560 and
click Continue.
f. Examine the list of features.
Which significant Layer 3 protocol family is included in the feature set?_____ IP and IPv6
What is the significance of this difference between 2960 and 3560 switches?______Switch 2960 adalah Access Layer saklar yang beroperasi pada OSI Layer 2, sedangkan 3560 pada OSI Layer 3


Task 5: Reflection
The recording and documentation of network features and services, and the devices that provide them, are important features of network management. Consider and explore the Cisco.com resources and information that can facilitate this task.

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