Configure the Cisco 2900 Router:

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To Configure the Cisco 2900 Router:
Note: Do NOT turn on the router until instructed to do so.
1. Install Putty from http://www.putty.org/
a. Once downloaded open the program
b. Click on session
c. For connection type choose “serial”
d. Hit “Open”
e. Turn router switch to the on position
f. Wait for bootstrap and post operations to finish. 2. Enter the initial configuration dialog: NO
3. Would you like to terminate auto install: YES
4. Once Router> appears enter the command “enable” (gets you into the initial configuration) 5. Enter #configure terminal
6. Enter #interface GigabitEthernet 0/0
7. Enter #ip address (IP address Subnet Mask)
8. Enter #no shutdown (to start up the interface)
9. Once the display comes up and says change state to down then we can move on. 10. Enter #exit
11. Enter #exit Now the first interface is complete (move on to the second interface) 12. Enter #configure terminal
13. Enter #interface GigabitEthernet 0/1
14. Enter #ip address (IP address Subnet Mask)
15. Enter #no shutdown (to start this interface)
16. Once it says change state to down then we can move on 17. Enter #exit
18. Enter #exit
19. Enter #show ip int brief to show what ports are assigned to each ip and if they are up and connected. (To verify the work done has worked) 20. Enter #copy running-config startup-config (to save the configuration) 21. Hit enter again

Change the IP Addresses to Static Addresses: (This is a sample configuration) Computer A:
1. Change the IP address of computer a to 172.16.2.9
2. Subnet mask to 255.255.0.0
3. Gateway 172.16.0.1
Computer B:
1. Change the IP address of computer B to 192.168.1.54
2. Subnet mask to 255.255.255.0
3. Gateway 192.168.1.1
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