NETW208WLAB07 - Scaling IP Addresses NAT

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NETW208 W P A A C Introduction to WAN Technologies With Lab FALL 2009 – SESSION B LAB #07: Scaling IP Addresses Network Address Translation (NAT) Network Name: ___________________ Students: __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Tuesday February 16, 2010 Due at the end of lab today Professor: Yves Gollo NETW 208 ACCELERATED
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NETW208:  INTRODUCTION TO WAN TECHNOLOGIES WITH  LAB LAB WORKGROUPS   Last  Name First  Name Email Address GROUP COMPUTE R NAME 1 Adams Clinton [email protected]     2 Atkins-Parker Kim [email protected] GROUP 1 GROUP01 3 Augur Luke [email protected]     4 Barrett Robert [email protected]     5 Brown Anson [email protected]     6 Brown Lisa [email protected] GROUP 2 GROUP02 7 Callis Eli [email protected]     8 Campanelli Jeff [email protected]     9 Charles Gary [email protected]     1 0 Ebert Christopher [email protected] GROUP 3 GROUP03 1 1 Gilbert Wendy [email protected]     1 2 Guthrie Patrick [email protected]     1 3 Jakeway Eric [email protected]     1 4 Jefferson Marlon [email protected] GROUP 4 GROUP04 1 5 Jeffrey Trent [email protected]     1 6 Johnson Shaniqua [email protected]     1 7 Klausman Robert [email protected]     1 8 Lee Marvin [email protected] GROUP 5 GROUP05 1 9 Lynch David [email protected]     2 0 Marling Tyler [email protected]     2 1 Mathias Christopher [email protected]     2 2 Oehlers Korey [email protected] GROUP 6 GROUP06 2 3 Rarick Brenton [email protected]    
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EQUIPMENT_LIST You will use the Cisco Packet Tracer simulator to complete this lab. Use a workstation on one of the benches A, B, or C 1. If your computer is turned on, turn it off (Hard shut down) and turn it back on. 2. Press F12 when you see “ Press F12 for network service boot ” (you may have to restart your machine a few times if you do not get to the “ Devry Columbus NCM Lab ” screen. 3. At the “Client Installation Wizard” screen, press Enter 4. At the “Devry Columbus NCM Lab” screen, select ** SUPER FAST ** Imaging from Athena (NWLab DogPE v1.01) then press Enter. 5. At the Ghost32 8.0 screen press Enter (or click OK ). 6. Using the right arrow on your keypad, select Local Disk From Image then press Enter 7. Use the down arrow to highlight Faculty and press Enter. Next highlight YGollo and press Enter 8. Highlight WINXP and press Enter 9. Highlight XPIMAGE.GHO and press Enter 10. Press Tab to highlight OK and press Enter 11. Hit Tab until OK is highlighted again and press Enter 12. Select Yes and press Enter 13. Once the image is loaded on your machine, select Reset computer by pressing ENTER to reboot your machine 14.
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