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# 515Lab3sg - MAC address than the 2514 on the right 1(3...

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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 Lab 3 – Advanced STA 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. During Lab 3 you will construct the following topology: Hub 1 E0 2514 E1 Hub 3 Hub 2 F0/1 2950 F0/2 E0 2514 E! This is the same topology is similar to the one you constructed in Lab 2 activity 5.  1.    (3 points) Label the diagram above including port status (designated-D, root-R or blocked-B) and  bridge function. The bridges will either be a root-RB or a designated bridge-DB. Assume that the  2950 is the root, all bridge and port priorities are the same and that the 2514 on the left has a lower

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Unformatted text preview: MAC address than the 2514 on the right. 1. (3 point) Disable the designated port (non root port) of the blocked segment. Label the diagram again with the new result after disabling the port. DB DB RB D D D R R B RB DB DB Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration Hub 1 E0 2514 E1 Hub 3 Hub 2 F0/1 2950 F0/2 E0 2514 E! R R D D D B Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 2. (3 point) Reestablish your initial topology. Change the priority of the right 2514 to 1000. Label the diagram again with the new result after changing the priority. Hub 1 E0 2514 E1 Hub 3 Hub 2 F0/1 2950 F0/2 E0 2514 E! 3. (1 point) Give an example of a root id and a port id. Root ID = 32769/00:0a:29:32:4b:50 Port ID = 10/00:0a:29:32:4b:51 DB DB RB D D D R R B...
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