Cisco Prime Lab Getting Started

1. Connecting to the lab
To connect to the lab infrastructure, you will need the AnyConnect VPN client.

3.1 If you don’t have it installed on your PC
Launch your web browser to https://entnmsvpn-eu.cisco.com , and logon using your pod login information (podx, podx). Select AnyConnect from left column Then click “start AnyConnect” Accept the certificate. You are in the lab, and now the AnyConnect VPN client is installed on your PC.

3.2 If you already have it installed on your PC
Launch it and connect to entnmsvpn-eu.cisco.com Logon using your pod login information (podx, podx).

3.3 Access to the lab through a remote system (when response time is bad)
Sometimes, response time of lab application from your client system can be slow (depending from where you run your client) . It is possible to connect to a window 2008 VM inside the lab through remote desktop and to execute the lab from there. Remote VM ip addresses are 10.3.198.10x where x is the pod number from 1 to 6 Username : administrator Password : C1sc0123

2. Lab environment
The lab infrastructure deployment is shown on the picture below. Every POD has its own pair of Catalyst Ethernet switches (3750 or 3560 depending on the POD). One switch is located on the East side (SW-PODx-E) and can be accessed with its loopback address 10.14.20x.1 and the other switch is located on the West side (SW-PODx-W) and can be accessed with its loopback address 10.14.20x.2, where x = POD number. Verifiy that you can telnet to both of your POD’s Ethernet switches. All the PODs share the same WAN infrastructure which is made of six ISR routers, simulating a traditional customer configuration: AGG-W DIST-W ISR 2811 ISR 2811 loopback0 - 10.14.200.1 loopback0 - 10.14.200.2

1 10.15.1 10.7.200.1 10. password = C1sc0123.3 loopback0 .14.3.1 10.9.15.15.6.10.4 loopback0 .14.15.1 10.200.14.15.14.15. one being connected to each of its Ethernet switches according to the layout below: . Every POD has two 79xx IP Phones.5.10.1 10.1 10.5 loopback0 .15.2.1 All the infrastructure equipments can be accessed with the same credentials:    user = admin.6 Each ISR router is equipped with its own NAM module: On AGG-W SRE-NAM On DIST-W NME-NAM On CORE-W SRE-NAM On CORE-E SRE-NAM On DIST-E SRE-NAM On AGG-E NME-NAM On ALT-DIST-E SRE-NAM On ALT-CORE SRE-NAM On ALT-DIST-W SRE-NAM 10.4.15.CORE-W CORE-E DIST-E AGG-E ISR 2911 ISR 2911 ISR 2811 ISR 2811 loopback0 .200.10.1.200.15.1 10.8.10. enable = C1sc0123.

x network) or 171.x .14.61.14.52.x .63.#3602 POD 6 WEST EAST POD 2 DHCP 10.55.14.40. Sessions are also established between these pairs of endpoints.56.endpoints DHCP 10.x .#3201 DHCP 10.#3102 POD 1 DHCP 10.14. All equipments in this configuration may use 192.14.80 as NTP server.54.Cisco Prime lab .#3101 POD 2 DHCP 10. Cisco Public 2 Voice calls are already established between those 2 phones.168.#3301 POD 3 DHCP 10.14.40.53.51.65.80).#3302 POD 3 DHCP 10. Inc.40.x . CUCM and the VCS are interconnected via a SIP trunk. two 9971 video phones (1 on each side) and two Telepresence endpoints (one EX90 on the East side and one Profile52 on the West side).x #2141 #3923 #3913 Presentation_ID © 2006 Cisco Systems.x .x .#3601 POD 6 POD 99 #3921 #3922 #4083 POD 99 #3911 #3912 DHCP 10.14. .168.68.#3202 POD 1 DHCP 10.10.69. It has four 79xx IP Phones (2 on each side).x .14. POD99 is the video POD.168.14.64.14. that add 8 RTP flows for voice and 4 RTP flows for video going across the WAN.14. so that there are altogether 12 RTP flows going across the WAN.62.4) and the P52 Telepresence endpoint is registered to the VCS (192. The EX90 Telepresence endpoint is registered to CUCM (192.x .x DHCP 10. All rights reserved.14.x .x .#3401 POD 4 DHCP 10.#3501 POD 5 DHCP 10.#3502 POD 5 DHCP 10.x .x .14.168.#3402 POD 4 DHCP 10.40.59.14.66.254 (default gateway on CORE-W for the 192.

40.209.40.2 TMS Administrator C1sc0123 VCS 192.40. Summary of useful data – Shared equipments Shared Equipments Switch POD POD99 Switch Login User Password Enable 192.59.14.168.1 admin TANDBERG NTP 192.1 10.254 171.3.168.209.14.69.89 SW-PODx-E 10.209 DNS .192.68.168.3.40.168.4 Administrator C1sc0Cxd92 EX90 10.40.14.80 192.1 admin C1sc0123 C1sc0123 TMS Login User Password VCS Login User Password CUCM Login User Password EX90 Login User Password P52 Login User Password SW-PODx-W 10.14.168.2 admin TANDBERG P52 10.10.80 admin C1sc0123 CUCM 192.

204.168.15.40.3 10.1.3.2 10.168.15.14.14.14.40.201.168.168.203.15.25 192.40.205.13 192.15.206.14.12 192.24 192.14.40.14.14.200.200.15.200.4.1 Loopback0 10.1 10.2 10.6.9 SW-PODx-W 10.14.40.204.200.6 10.1 10.40.1 10.14 192.21 192.14.1 10.201.168.7 10.40.7.14.168.2 10.5 10.2 10.1 10.40.14.168.200.14.14.33 SW-PODx-E 10.40.40.205.200.31 192.40.22 192.1 10.8.40.40.168.1 10.203.1 Switch Login User Password Enable admin C1sc0123 C1sc0123 Routers Router Login User Password Enable NAM Login User Password admin C1sc0123 C1sc0123 admin cisco CPCM CPCM Login User Password admin C1sc$123 PAM PAM Login User Password root Public123 NCSWAN PAM Login User Password root Public123 .2 10.26 NCSWANPODx 192.15.2 10.168.23 192.14.168.200.32 192.16 PAM-PODx 192.14.14.200.15.40.15.168.15.168.5.168.14.40.168.168.1 10.8 10.4 10.202.1 10.2 NAM 10.14.1 10.200.206.202. Summary of useful data – POD equipments Switch POD POD1 POD2 POD3 POD4 POD5 POD6 Hostname AGG-W DIST-W CORE-W CORE-E DIST-E AGG-E ALT-DIST-E ALT-CORE ALT-DIST-W CPCM-PODx 192.14.15 192.9.4.1 10.14.1 10.1 10.2.1 10.14.11 192.

198.103 10.40.168.15.40.43 192.106 LMS Login User Password admin cisco NAM NAM web User Password NAM Telnet User Password Login User Password admin cisco root cisco Lab VM administrator C1sc0123 .15.168.46 NAM-PODx 10.198.198.40.3.3.168.44 192.45 192.41 192.198.168.168.1 10.198.1 10.1 10.1.40.3.40.15.3.2.4.168.1 10.3.6.40.168.1 Win-PODx 10.192.3.42 192.34 192.198.168.40.15.168.3.105 10.5.40.102 10.1 10.40.36 LMS LMS-PODx 192.101 10.35 192.15.104 10.15.

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