4050515-lab%201-IOS-ARP

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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 - 1 - 2006V1 4050-515/4055-815 Intro to Routing & Switching Lab 1 – Intro to Cisco IOS & ARP Study Guide Instructions: In an attempt to more closely tie lectures to the weekly lab experience, we have prepared a series of preparation questions. These are required to be completed and will be counted as part of your lab grade. Some of your exam questions will come from these study guides. This first study guide requires the following: 1. Read the Cisco CLI Tutorial Which can be found by going to the Extra Resources page of the course web site. 2. Read the Lab 1 3. Look up the commands that you will use in this lab. Reference material can be found on the Extra Resources topic on my Courses or by going to Cisco’s web site.
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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 - 2 - 2006V1 4050-515/4055-815 Intro to Routing and Switching Lab 1 – Intro to Cisco IOS & ARP Review Note: Appendix 1 contains a list of Cisco commands for the 2514 and 2950. In preparation for lab you should read through the lab and look up the commands so that you know their function. The Extra Resources topic on myCourses has links to documentation you might find useful. Although space is provided throughout the lab to record your findings you must use the template provided on myCourses in preparing your report. Part I. Bridging Activity 1 - Table Area Network Configuration & MAC address determination. 1. Isolate your bench from the rest of the lab network. 2. Complete the IP setup of PC #1 and PC #2. Your IP address on each PC should be 192.168.100. TM. Your netmasks should be 255.255.255.128 . 3. You do not need the Linux Box (PC #3) at this point in this lab. You will configure it later. 4. Activity questions: none Activity 2 - Connect to the Cisco 2950 1. Configure your bench topology per the following diagram using the Cisco 2514 as the bridge: PC #1 PC #2 2950 Hub E0 E1
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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 - 3 - 2006V1 2. You will configure the Cisco Interfaces through the command line interface(CLI). To configure your bench Cisco 2950, connect the console cable ( rollover null modem cable ), between the switch console RJ-45 port and a COM/serial port on one of your PCs. 3. There are several terminal emulators that you can use to communicate via the console. Examples include minicom and teraterm. To get started, we will be using Hyperterminal (hypertrm) because it is built into Windows. Run Hyperterminal and start a session and configure it as follows: 9600 baud
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