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Unformatted text preview: ‘ . w,- up me- uAi'Zzu ‘thwi Lt 0 Lab 6: Defining Network IDS for an Internetwork Objective Al'tcr qupk-ting this lab. ynu will he "hit: to: I Delinc a range ul‘ nclwmk ”)3. Before You Begin Ruth-l tn the following illuslrnliml In complete th‘ exercises. “—_""__‘_" 255 DECiIHIII Value ——’> Estimated time to complete this tab: 30 minutes ’ :8 Lab 6: Dellnlng Network IDs lor an inlernelwork .u... . _‘_......_.- ___—__l__..—-——-—-——_.__—___ Exercise 1 Defining a Range of Network IDs for Two Subneis in this exercise, you will define a range of nciwmk IDs for an inlcrnclwork lhul consists ul~ lwn sulmcls. using 2 hils from a class B sulmcl mask. 1. List all possible hil cumhinnliuns liu' lllc l‘ulluwing subncl mask, and Hum cunvcrl them in decimal l'urmul in dclcnninc ilu: beginning vulnc ()l‘cuch suhncl. 255 Illlllll I”) O llllllll lll)lli)l)()(l (HHHHHHH) Invalid ()(llllllliHHI = U Sulmcl l , 7_ , = Sulmcl 2 __ _ _____ _ .l __ '—' lnvnlid l I ll ()0 ll ll 0 :: ll).l (MIIIIICI musk) 2. Lisl llic rungs ol'lmsi IDs I'urcncli .sulmcl. Subnut llcglnning value Ending vnlue ___—___ ___—___.___—___ Suhncl l n'..|'._‘__..l w. \‘.____.254 Suhncl 2 w..r._ _____ _.l ll'..l‘. _.254 ! 'MFM_MW -.«-- _F-” .- V ' “ - ---...-‘- .--—w n, —... "w“... ..,.',. . . ' Lab 6: Defining Nelwoflc le lor an lnlernelwurk M N Exercise 2 49 Defining a Range of Network IDs for 14 Subnets In this exercise. ynu will define a rnnge ul‘ nclwmk IDs l'nr nn inlcmcl lhnl cunsisls 01' Id snhnels. using ll hits from n class B sulmel mask. l. Lisl all pussihle hit combinations l'nr line. l‘ulluwing suhnel mnsk. and linen eunverl Ihem In deeinnil l‘urmnl to determine Ihe beginning vniuc ol'cncll snlmel. 255 llllllll 255 llllllll 240 I I l “)000 0 00000000 Invalid 00000000 Sulmel I ll ll ii Sulmel 2 Suhnel .1 1| Suhnel 4 ll Sulmel 5 Suhncl 6 ll Sulmel 7 Snlniel 8 li Suhnel 9 ll Suhnei In Suhncl l l Snlnlel i2 __ _ _. ._... :- Suhnel l .1 ll Suhnel l4 ii Invalid l I l l0i|00 = 240(snimel musk) -v—r::u 50 Lab 6: Defining Network IDs for an Inlemetwork . , ____———~________ 2. HS! lhc rungc ufhosl IDs lurcuch sulmcl. Snlmcl Beginning vnluu I‘Zmling value Sulmcl l w..\'..____m.l w \. __, ‘_.254 ' Sulmcl 2 u'..\'._ ____ l nu \m ____.254 Sulmcl J n-..n.___- | n: \._,_ ____‘.254 Suhucl 4 w..x'.______.l II‘. \._~“____.254 Sulmcl 5 ' w..t.____.l n'..r._______..254 Sulmul 6 w..r.~.l w..r.______.254 Suhncl 7 w..r.____.l w. l._-___,.254 Sulmcl X Il'..\’._____.| w.,x.___.254 Sulmcl 9 w..x'.___ I w..r.____.254 Sulmcl l0 um:— I w.‘\.___.254 Suhncl l l w..\'.______.l n'..l._ _.254 Sulmcl ’2 ||'..t.“‘___-.l n'..|.~_.___.254 Sulmcl I} u'. \'.______.l w..\.___‘ .254 Suhncl I4 It'.x.___.l w.,l'.,.___..254 l 1 1 i 1 i , i % Lab 6: Dellnlng Network IDs for an lnternetwork 51 Exercise 3 ' ‘1 Defining a Flange of Network IDS Using a Shortcut In this exercise, ynu will use a shurlcul tn define a range uf network IDs for M sulmctx. (‘nmparu the results In llu‘ rvxults in lixcrcisc 2. The two shuttld match. The l'irsl step hax hccu tlnut: l'ur yuu. l. List tlu: ulunhur ul’ hits (in high urticr) that will he used fur the suhuct mask. 255 255 240 ll 1 llllllll llllllll llllllllllll 00000000 2. C(mvcrt lhc hit with the luwcsl valuc in decimal l‘urmal. , ____.. ..._.._.___..-___._.__._._______-__-M.___ 3. C‘unvrrt the numlwr ul'lwits tn (lccitnal l‘urmal (in luw order). and then ; subtract l todctcrmiuc llrc uumlvcrul‘pussihlc suhncls. ‘ f 4. Starting with (l. iucu‘tucul Ivy the value calculated in step 2 the same ruuulicr nl'limcs as the. pussihlc hit mmhinatiuus calculated in stop 3. 1 _~ ______._.._.._____.__..__.__ _ e_____ __—~—___-..~__ _~ ___-_--__.__- ___-» -__. “hm“- _____e__._______-. _ _ _.____ _____. ____——-——_____________ ‘ .____.________-_.__~~___- _——m__ 'l *_—~____. 62 Lab 6: Defining Network IDs tor an Internelwork If Time Permits 1... Define a range ul‘ lmsl IDs fur ouch ul‘ Ihc l'ulluwiug suhncls. l. Nclwm'k ll) ul'75.().().(), sulmcl musk ul‘ 255.2551)“. and 2 suhncls. ..__-._~___._.—_..fi.~_ 2. Nciwurk If) n!" l50.l7.0.(), suhncl musk nl' 255.255.2551). and 4 sulmcln. EWW - _._...___ -.._. .. __... _.____.—---————_____~ .__. 3. Nclwurk I05 “I" l()7.l().().()uml ll)7.32.(l,t), suhncl musk ul‘255.240.().0. and 2 suhncls. (E3) g khan—— 4. Nclwm‘k “)5 ul‘ l‘)().l.l().(). l‘)l).l..l'2.(), l‘)().l.48.U, and l90.l.64.(), sulmcl muxk ul' 255.255.2481). and 4 sulmcls. 8] Lab 6: Defining Nchvmk IUs [or an lnlomotwoflm 53 _......._____._,______.____._.-_- ___..___._..._____.._ . . 5 Nclme ”)5' ul' 154.23.33.21). |5v1.2‘.‘.‘}h.H. uml 154.233.”)01).Mll'l'L‘l . musk ul‘ 255.255.2241). and 3 sulnu'ls. @4 Wus mul by... _._._____#_...________..__———~—————- Using the iul'urmnliun in mmlulcx 3 and 4 m mumlulu lixcl‘cisc l. 2. and 3. This uhju'Iiw... _.__—————————_,___.__—_—__ To define a range ul' uclwmk “)5. ”(‘9’ 54 Lab 6: Dcflnlng Network IDs lor an Inlernetwork ,1 a -‘_*"“N _I f . If Time Permits 2... In this exercise. you will dewrmine the appropriate suhncl mask for a given range of l P addresses. I. Address range uf l28.7l.|.| Ilmmgh 128.7l.254.254. “MN 2. Addless range of (H.811! lhrmlgh (v|.l5.255.254. 3. Adde rungenl' I’72.38.32.l lln'uugh [72.88.63.254 M‘— 4. Address range nl‘ l I |.224.U.l lln'uugh l l 1.239.255.254. —-—..___.___ _-———-——§~__‘-— 5. Address range nl‘3.64.().| llmvugll 3.!27.255.254. f g . ...
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