1.2.4.4 Packet Tracer - Representing the Network Instructions Complete.pdf

C find the configuring devices using the desktop tab

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c. Find the “Configuring Devices Using the Desktop Tab” tutorial. Watch the first part to answer the following question: What information can you configure in the IP Configuration window? Step 2: Toggle between Realtime and Simulation modes. a. Find the Realtime word in the bottom right corner of the Packet Tracer interface. In Realtime mode, your network is always running like a real network, whether you are working on the network or not. Your configurations are done in real time, and the network responds in near real time. b. Click the tab directly behind the Realtime tab to switch to Simulation mode. In Simulation mode, you can watch your network run at a slower pace, observing the paths that data takes and inspecting the data packets in detail. c. In the Simulation Panel, click Auto Capture / Play . You should now see data packets, represented as envelopes of various colors, traveling between the devices. d. Click Auto Capture / Play again to pause the simulation. e. Click Capture / Forward to step through the simulation. Click the button a few more times to see the effect. f. In the network topology on the left, click one of the envelopes on an intermediate device and investigate what is inside. Over the course of your CCNA studies, you will learn the meaning of most everything inside these envelopes. For now, see if you can answer the following questions: - Under the OSI Model tab , how many In Layers and Out Layers have information? IPv4 address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server. IPv6 address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server, / notation. Inlayers = 1 (Layer 2), Out Layers = 0
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