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Unformatted text preview: Bandula Abeysundara - 1 - CITX 1151 Understanding TCP/IP Lab# 1 Note: Unless stated otherwise, each short answer carries 1 mark. 1. Downloading and Installing Wireshark and WinPcap: (No marks) a. In an Internet browser type: http://www.wireshark.org/ b. Click on Get Wireshark Now (1.2.2 for Windows) c. Click on Windows Installer (32-bit) under Stable Release (1.2.2) d. When prompted in a pop-up window asking Do you want to run or save this file?, select Save. You can use Desktop as the location for save. e. At the end of downloading, double click on the wireshark-win32-1.2.2.exe file. f. Go through the installation steps in Setup Wizard. When the WinPcap Installer window pops up, go through the WinPcap Setup Wizard installation steps. g. At the end of Wireshark and WinPcap installations, select Run Wireshark 1.2.2 and click Finish. 2. Basic networking info about your PC and the Default Gateway: a. Open a Windows command window using Start -> Run and typing cmd in the Open: box. b. Using the command ipconfig /all, write down the following info: Physical (i.e., MAC) address (in Hex) of the Ethernet adapter: .. IP address of the local PC: . Subnet mask of the local PC: . IP address of the Default Gateway: .. c. Using the IP address and subnet mask of your local PC, write down the network address of the network that your local PC is connected to: . d. Using the same subnet mask and the IP address of the Default Gateway, write down the network address of the network that the Default Gateway is connected to: .. e. Are your PC and the Default Gateway on the same network? . Justify your answer (i.e., briefly indicate the reasoning behind your answer). (2 marks) ..... ..... Bandula Abeysundara - 2 - 3. Capturing and analyzing frames/packets sent/received by the Network Interface Card: a. Invoke Wireshark (if not already invoked at the end of Wireshark installation)....
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2010 for the course CITX CITX 1150 taught by Professor P.whalen during the Fall '09 term at British Columbia Institute of Technology.
- Fall '09