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ITP 457 Lab 1

ITP 457 Lab 1 - (ipconfig/ping/arp o ,andlogintothesystem o...

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ITP 457 Lab 1 – Networking Refreshing Part 1 – Windows Client Configuration (ipconfig/ping/arp) o Step 1 – Start up Windows VM guest, and log into the system. o Log into the VMware Server at ____________________ Username: ____________________ Password: ____________________ o Startup both Windows XP SP0 & Red Hat 9 Click on the name of the Virtual Machine Press the green play button on top o Step 2 (Windows VM) – View the network card configuration using the ipconfig command: o Open up the command prompt Click Start Run Type in cmd o Type the command ipconfig /? and press ENTER Look over the options for the ipconfig command Type in the command to clear the DNS cache: ________________________________________ Type in the command to release an IP address for only Local Area Connection 1 ________________________________________ Which options do you think is important for network administration? Name the top 3 and explain why. ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ What command would I use to display the DHCP server information? ________________________________________ o Type the command ipconfig and press ENTER What is your IP address? ____________________ What is your subnet mask? ____________________ What is your default gateway? ____________________ o Type the command ipconfig /all and press ENTER Look over carefully the information displayed What is the MAC address of the computer? ____________________ What is your DNS server address? ____________________ o Type exit to close the command prompt
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o Step 3 (Windows VM) ‐ Change the IP address of the Windows: o Click on Start Control Panel o Click Network and Internet Connections If you have the classic view of Control Panel you can Networking Connections directly! o Click Network Connections at the bottom, skip this if you’re viewing the Control Panel in classic view o Right click Local Area Connection and click Properties o Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties Click on Use the following IP Address In the IP address box change it to: ____________________ In the Subnet mask change it to: 255.255.255.0 In the Default Gateway change it to: ____________________ In the Preferred DNS Server change it to: ____________________ o Click OK o Click Ok in the Local Area Connection Properties Dialog o Step 4 (Windows VM) – Verify the IP address: o Open up the command prompt o Run ipconfig Your IP address should be changed to what you set o Exit the command prompt o Step 5 (Windows HOST) – Ping the VM’s new IP Address: o Press CTRL+ALT to head back into the Host OS o Open up the command prompt o Type the command ping /?
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