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Unit 9 Assignment

Planning and Cabling Networks-Configuring and Testing your Network - Assignment

IT 283

Networking with TCP/IP: Networking Fundamentals

Activity 10.6.1
Creating a Small Lab Topology
Task 1: Connect the logical network
This is a screenshot of the correctly cabled topology

Task 2: Design the logical topology
Step 1. Given an IP address and mask of 172.20.0.0/24 (address/mask), design an IP addressing scheme that satisfies: Subnet | Number of Hosts|
Subnet A| 2 maximum|
Subnet B| 6 maximum|
Subnet C| 47 maximum|
Subnet D| 125 maximum|

Always start with the largest number of hosts needed first, which in this scenario is subnet D. Network: D
Network Address: 172.20.0.0/25
IP Address Range: 172.20.0.1 - 172.20.0.126
Broadcast Address: 172.20.0.127
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.128

Network: C
Network Address: 172.20.0.128/26
IP Address Range: 172.20.0.129 - 172.20.0.190
Broadcast Address: 172.20.0.191
SM: 255.255.255.192

Network: B
Network Address: 172.20.0.192/29
IP Address Range: 172.20.0.193 - 172.20.0.198
S M: 255.255.255.248
Broadcast Address: 172.20.0.199

Network: A
Network Address: 172.20.0.200/30
IP Address Range: 172.20.0.201 - 172.20.0.202
S M: 255.255.255.252
Broadcast Address: 172.20.0.203

Task 3: Configure the logical topology
Step 1. Document logical network settings.
After implementing the addressing scheme here is the Activity Results.

Activity 10.6.2: Establishing a Console Session with PT Terminal Task 1: Connect a Router and Computer with a Console Cable
Step 1 & 2. Set up basic physical connection; Power on devices.

Task 2: Configure PT Terminal to Establish a console Session with a Cisco IOS Router Step 1 and 2: Start PT Terminal application; Use chart for the settings of the Terminal Session

Activity Results

References

Dye, M. McDonald, R. Rufi, A. (2009). Network Fundamentals. Indiana: Cisco Press – Pearson. Rufi,...
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