1. Make sure that you understand the objective of the lab(s) and the requirements for successfully performing them.
2. Use this Lab Report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document! Each lab is easily identified within this document. Note: It is a good idea to read over this template before performing your labs, so that you know what to expect.
3. Follow all procedures in the weekly iLab page, as well as, Packet Tracer's lab procedures and tips.
4. While performing your labs, capture and paste all screenshots identified in this Lab Report Template.
5. After each lab, summarize what you learned in a short paragraph - minimum three college-level and well-written sentences. Don't just identify the steps that you performed (we already know what those were), give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the lab, what you learned from performing it, how it relates to this week's TCO's and course material; and just as important, how you feel it will benefit you in your academic and professional career.
6. Save and submit your completed Lab Report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.
Copy and Paste Procedures
The instructions below provide basic guidance on pasting console output of your labs into a Word Document
1. Complete the lab step that you would like to capture.
2. Locate the point in the console at which you would like to begin your copy operation. You may need to use the scroll bar on the right side of the Packet Tracer window, or the scroll wheel on your mouse to move to the correct point in the listing.
3. Place the mouse pointer at the beginning of the line where you would like to begin the copy process. Click and drag the mouse pointer to the end of the required output. This procedure should highlight all of