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Lab 7Infrastructure WLANLab 7 - Basic Service Set (BSS) Standalone WLANPrepared by: Dr. Sattar Hussain, @ Centennial College, 2020*By signing above, you attest that you have contributed to this submission and confirm that all work youhave contributed to this submission is your work.Any suspicion of copying or plagiarism in this work willresult in an investigation ofAcademic Misconduct and may result in a “0” on the work,Section No.004Group No.Obtained Mark(out of 25)Due DateNov 15, 2021NameStudent IDSignature*Nipuna Udagedara301179987NUSchool of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS)Information and Communication Engineering Technology (ICET)CNET304Wireless TechnologyCourse InstructorProf. Rabat Hassan
Lab 7Infrastructure WLANLearning ObjectivesUpon completion of this lab, students will be able to:Setup a single Wireless Access Point with static IP and open authenticationConnect WLANs with a routerConfigure DHCP on a routerAdd security to the WLANTest the connectivity of the WLANEquipment Required-1 laptop with Windows 7 or 10-Cisco Packet Tracer SoftwareProcedureTask 1: Setup Standalone AP WLAN with Static IP and Open authenticationNote: In the following procedure, replace xx with your initials.1.Start Packet Tracer and set up a standalone WLAN with a single access point (AP) and atleast 4 different enddevices (laptop, desktop, smartphone, ….., etc).WLAN with 3enddevices is shown below.2.If the end device does not have a wireless adapter by default, you need to add a wirelessadapter as follows: Left-click the device>>clickPhysical>>Zoom In,Power offthedevice, remove existing model, add theWPC300Nmodel, andPower onthe device.Note: You need to remove an existing interface such as an Ethernet hub to make a roomto add the WPC300N wireless adapter, see the screenshot below.

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IP address, Wireless network, Subnetwork, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

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