2.9.1 Packet Tracer – Basic Switch and End Device Configuration Answers

2.9.1 Packet Tracer – Basic Switch and End Device Configuration Answers

Packet Tracer – Basic Switch and End Device Configuration (Answers Version)

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Addressing Table

Device

Interface

IP Address

Subnet Mask

[[S1Name]]

VLAN 1

[[S1Add]]

255.255.255.0

[[S2Name]]

VLAN 1

[[S2Add]]

255.255.255.0

[[PC1Name]]

NIC

[[PC1Add]]

255.255.255.0

[[PC2Name]]

NIC

[[PC2Add]]

255.255.255.0

Objectives

  • Configure hostnames and IP addresses on two Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) switches using the command-line interface (CLI).
  • Use Cisco IOS commands to specify or limit access to the device configurations.
  • Use IOS commands to save the running configuration.
  • Configure two host devices with IP addresses.
  • Verify connectivity between the two PC end devices.

Scenario

As a recently hired LAN technician, your network manager has asked you to demonstrate your ability to configure a small LAN. Your tasks include configuring initial settings on two switches using the Cisco IOS and configuring IP address parameters on host devices to provide end-to-end connectivity. You are to use two switches and two hosts/PCs on a cabled and powered network.

Instructions

Configure the devices to fulfill the requirements below.

Requirements

  • Use a console connection to access each switch.
  • Name [[S1Name]] and [[S2Name]] switches.
  • Use the [[LinePW]] password for all lines.
  • Use the [[SecretPW]] secret password.
  • Encrypt all clear text passwords.
  • Configure an appropriate message-of-the-day (MOTD) banner.
  • Configure addressing for all devices according to the Addressing Table.
  • Save your configurations.
  • Verify connectivity between all devices.

Note: Click Check Results to see your progress. Click Reset Activity to generate a new set of requirements. If you click on this before you complete the activity, all configurations will be lost.

ID: [[indexNames]][[indexPWs]][[indexAdds]][[indexTopos]]

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Answers Notes

The following information is for the Answers version only.

This activity uses variables that are randomly generated each time the activity is open or the “Reset Activity” button is clicked. Although the tables below show device names mapping to specific address schemes, the names and addresses are not bound together. For example, a student could get the device names shown in Scenario 1 with the addressing shown in Scenario 2. In addition, one of three versions of the topology will be presented to the student.

Scenario 1

Device

Interface

Address

Subnet Mask

Class-A

VLAN 1

128.107.20.10

255.255.255.0

Class-B

VLAN1

128.107.20.15

255.255.255.0

Student-1

NIC

128.107.20.25

255.255.255.0

Student-2

NIC

128.107.20.30

255.255.255.0

Scenario 2

Device

Interface

Address

Subnet Mask

Room-145

VLAN 1

172.16.5.35

255.255.255.0

Room-146

VLAN 1

172.16.5.40

255.255.255.0

Manager

NIC

172.16.5.50

255.255.255.0

Reception

NIC

172.16.5.60

255.255.255.0

Scenario 3

Device

Interface

Address

Subnet Mask

ASw-1

VLAN 1

10.10.10.100

255.255.255.0

ASw-2

VLAN 1

10.10.10.150

255.255.255.0

User-01

NIC

10.10.10.4

255.255.255.0

User-02

NIC

10.10.10.5

255.255.255.0

Topology Isomorphs

Alternate topology layout. All device interconnections and labels are the same.

Alternate topology layout. All device interconnections and labels are the same.

Alternate topology layout. All device interconnections and labels are the same.

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