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Unformatted text preview: Laboratory no.1 The computer and its components. Network adapter installation (physical). TCP/IP settings. Internet connection sharing. Note: Part1 and Parts 2 and 3 may be done independently. Part 1 1. A computer is open and you will asked during the lab to identify and mark in the table: a. . Hard disk b. . Power supply c. . Fans d. . Network adapter (NIC) e. . Graphic card f. . Mother board with: g. . PCI slots h. . AGP slot i. . EISA slot j. . Memory bank k. . CPU (processor) l. . BIOS m. . Crystal (for clocking) n. . Northern bridge o. . Southern bridge 2. You have to personally remove the network adapter from his slot and reinstall it in to computer (use screwdriver). Part 2 The computers in the lab run Windows XP. Others OS have similar commands and procedures. Before you start, enable ICMP settings on Firewall (in Control Panel). 1. Exit to Command Prompt (write cmd in Run). Run ipconfig. Fill the following table: IP Address Subnet mask Default Gateway You are expected to know what an IP Address is, which is the Class of your computer IP Address (from the Subnet...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course CS 61105 taught by Professor Petersoreano during the Spring '11 term at Technion.
- Spring '11