Sunday, December 14, 2014

Cambodia Netrider 2011


Cambodia Netrider 2011 Lab file, click the following link to download

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1PsB8vFJZMROHpqTkNHYVNGV1k/view?usp=sharing



Tasks in the lab

Objectives

Create an IP addressing plan for a small network.
Verify device configurations and network connectivity.
Task 1: Develop the subnet scheme

Step 1: Create the addressing scheme for the network.

Develop a subnet scheme using the network address 192.168.111.0 /24, that will allow the customer network to support two subnets of up to 30 clients each, and allow for growth to as many as 6 subnets in the future.

Subnet 1 (not subnet zero) will be used to provide a range of IP addresses for the wired users, which will connect to FastEthernet 0/0 interface on the Customer Router via the Cisco 2960 switch.

Subnet 2 will be used to provide a range of IP addresses for the Linksys external Internet interface and the FastEthernet 0/1 interface on the Customer Router.

Task 2: Configure devices and verify default settings

Step 1: Connect the network devices.

Connec network devices using the proper cables.
Connect the Linksys to the 1841(Fa0/1)
Connect the 1841(s0/0/0) to the ISP router(s0/0)
Connect the 1841(Fa0/0) to the switch(Fa0/24)
Connect wired PC to switch(Fa0/1)
Connect wireless PC to Linksys
Step 2: Configure the 1841 customer router.

Use the Device Configuration Checklist to assist in configuring the 1841 customer router.

Display the running-config of the router to check the configuration.
Configuration Item    Configuration Value
Configure the router hostname    AnyCompany1
Configure passwords    Console: cisco
Enable: cisco
Enable Secret: class
VTY terminals: cisco
Configure FastEthernet Interface 0/0    First usable IP address
Configure FastEthernet Interface 0/1    First usable IP address
Configure WAN Interface Serial 0/0/0
ISP Provides clockrate    Decide IP Address/subnet mask and Encapsulation type based on ISP Router configuration
Configure DHCP server for wired network   
Configure static route to the wireless network   
Configure default route to ISP router   
Display the running config and verify settings   
Save running config to startup config   
Step 3: Verify default settings for the Linksys and set the SSID.

Log in to the Linksys and verify that it is in the factory default state. Use the factory default of no user ID and password of admin. The router internal IP address should be set to 192.168.1.1 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. The DHCP address range should be 192.168.1.100 through 192.168.1.149. All security settings should be default, with no MAC filtering etc.

Change the default Service Set Identifier (SSID) of Linksys to AnyCompany1 and ensure that it is broadcast.

Change the Internet Connection Type to Static IP and configure the IP address (second usable IP address), Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway.
Step 4: Verify host PCs are DHCP clients.

Use the Desktop > Config option to verify that both the wired and wireless host PCs are set to obtain their IP addresses automatically via DHCP.
Name your file using your initials.

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