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Unformatted text preview: MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrotechnology NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS LAB – EE368 EXPERIMENT #10 NETWORK INSTALLATION OBJECTIVES: After completing this exercise, the student should be able to:- identify NIC and Network components- install network card driver- run network card diagnostic- identify dynamic network parameters assigned to the computer- enter static network parameters and test network operation- identify network protocol, client , and services installed- demonstrate network client operation to map a network drive- demonstrate network services by network sharing printers and folders- Shared Folder Permissions (FAT32/NTFS) - implement a Remote Desktop Connection REFERENCE: EQUIPMENT: Student Supplied:- Binder containing Course Outline, Lab Procedures, Report Forms and Computer service disks USB drive- Internet access (Home or Open Access) College Supplied:- Windows XP based Desktop PC- Windows XP based Trainer PC- Image Files = Restore image P4XPNoDr.GHO EE368 W09 – Lab#7 – Pg 1 PROCEDURE: This lab will be done in groups of two due to limited equipment. PART A – SYSTEM PRECONFIGURATION 1. Your instructor must download the P4XPNoDr.GHO image to the black Dell desktop computers. Reboot the system and continue. Ensure that the OPTIPLEX 755 PCs are able to access the Internet. 2. Login on black Dell desktop computers as Administrator. In the Computer Management window/Local Users and Groups/Users right click on the administrator and change the password to “e211-??” (?? is your station number). PART B – NIC COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION 1. For the diagram on the report sheet label the following NIC and Network Components. PCI CONNECTOR, SWITCH, RJ45, CAT5, TRANSCEIVER, ETHERNET ASIC, BOOT ROM SOCKET, WOL CONNECTOR, LINK and ACTIVITY INDICATORS PART C – NETWORK INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION Step #1 NIC (Network Interface Card) Installation 1. The physical installation of the NIC would logically be the first step but since this procedure was completed this step will not be repeated here. 2. Check the NIC in Device Manager and notice that it has a yellow exclamation mark through it. What does this indicate? (Record your answer in the report form.) 3. Record in your report form the name for this NIC and underline the Manufacturer and the Model . 4. Getting the NIC working is the most logical choice as once the network is accessible other drivers, service packs and updates can easily be downloaded. 5. Use your data storage created in the previous labs to install the NIC driver now. 6. Check the Device Manager to make sure the NIC is functioning properly. 7. Join the ET group by changing the Workgroup. To change the workgroup right click My Network Places, Advanced tab, Network Identification and Change. You must reboot the computer for the change to take affect....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course COMP EE367 taught by Professor Petkov during the Winter '09 term at Mohawk College.

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