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Unformatted text preview: Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, & Systems Administration 2007 rev 71 4050-515/4055-815 Lab 2 - Bridging & Basic Spanning Tree Notation The symbol T will be used in IP addresses, machine names, etc. to denote your table number. The symbol M will be similarly used to denote the number of a machine on your bench. Machines are numbered 1, 2, and 3 from left to right. The symbol X will similarly be used to denote the Startrek side ( x = 0 ) or the Oz side ( x = 1 ). Note: Appendix 1 contains a list of Cisco commands for the 2514 and 2950. Appendix 2 contains instructions on how to setup your bridge just as you did during the Introduction Lab. It is assumed you are familiar with ARP as it is covered in the prerequisite for the 515/815 courses. Activity 1 Write Erase the 2950s 1. To ensure that you are not running an existing configuration and are placed into setup mode you must write erase your devices at the beginning of every lab. 2. Console into each device with a PC on your bench. Make sure to use PC3 as one of your console devices. We would like you to learn a tool called Minicom in addition to HyperTerminal. It runs under Linux and works the same way as its Windows cousin. Appendix 3 shows you how to configure Minicom. 3. Power up the device. 4. Go to Privileged Exec mode and issue the following command: write erase 5. Then issue the command: reload 6. Proceed to build your topology and configure your device. Activity 2 Bridge Setup & Test 1. You will set up the same topology that you constructed in Lab 1. 2. Ping: PC#1 PC #2 on your network to ensure that you have full connectivity. 3. Record the MAC & IP data for your table. Table Number _____________ Interface IP Address MAC address F0/1 F0/2 PC1 Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, & Systems Administration 2007 rev 71 PC2 Activity 3 Inter-bench Bridging 1. Use the following pairings and configure the following topology. Table 1 and table 2 will work together. Table 3 and table 4 will work together. Table 5 and table 6 will work together. Table 7 and table 8 will work together. If for some reason you are not working with an adjacent table run your inter-bench connections through the patch panel in the front of the room. Record the MAC & IP data for your partner table. PC #1 PC #2 Switch 1 Hub F0/1 PC #2 PC #1 Switch 2 Hub F0/1 F0/2 Your bench LAN Segment A Their bench LAN Segment B Middle F0/2 Table Number _____________ Interface IP Address MAC address F0/1 F0/2 PC1 PC2 Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, & Systems Administration 2007 rev 71 2. Ping everything from everywhere (this will guarantee a stabilized set of SATs and ARP tables). Examine the ARP table on every PC and the bridge SAT....
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