Lab 7: Copy Command
Objective: In this lab we will become familiar with the Router Configuration as well as be
introduced to the Copy Commands Available to us in the Cisco IOS.
Lab Equipment: Open Lab 7 Packet Tracer File
1. Get to the router prompt by pr
IP Addressing Guide
Class A first octet range 1 127*
Class B first octet range 128 191
Class C first octet range 192 223
Class D first octet range 224 239
Class E first octet range 240 255
(Network 127 is reserved for loopback and internal testing)
VLSM using the IP Addressing Guide
You can use the classful IP Addressing Guide to help you get through the VLSM chart:
1. Determine the Class of address used, and the subnet mask given.
2. Note the different quantities of IP addresses needed by each depa
Unit 2 Subnetting Classful Subnetting Another Way
As the textbook tells you, you really have to apply yourself to the topic of subnetting! It really takes time
and practice to nail it. There are many different ways to do subnetting, all end up with the sa
Part 2: IP Addresses Allocation Plan
Based on the Network Planning you did in Part 1, you will now assign static IP addresses
to two PCs in each department, along with the Gateways those PCs will use.
(from Part 1)
Unit 4 Lab Assignment Report
1. The default configuration on a switch is to have the management of the switch controlled
through which VLAN? VLAN1
2. True or False: If you have an enable secret password set, you dont even need to bother
setting the enable
Unit 3 Lab Assignment Report
1. What command will provide basic configuration for the system hardware as well as the
software version, the names and sources of configuration files, and the boot images? Show
2. What command will delete the startup-
1. Ping Utility (5 pts)
From a Command Prompt, enter ping www.ecpi.edu
Was the command successful? Yes it was successful there was no packet loss.
Next, from a Command Prompt enter ping www.microsoft.com
Was the command successful? Ping was successful bu
Unit 1 Lab Assignment
1. OSI Model Matching (2 pts ea.)
Name the layer described.
Offers simplex, half duplex, and full duplex to systems to communicate
Translates data formats and p
Classfull Subnetting Example
Watch terminology Subnet ID = Network Address
This is an explanation of how to calculate a subnet mask for a Class C address, using a scenario about a
company needing IP addresses for their departments. Below is a section of t
VLSM Subnetting Example
Here is a simple chart that will show you the number of hosts, subnet mask for dividing a class C
network address. This is only valid when subnetting the fourth octet, which is what we are doing
in these assignments. For the exampl
Lab 8 Hands On
1. Hands-on labs Chapter 6:
What are the last 3 available commands on the user mode help screen?
Open a telnet connection
Set terminal line parameters
traceroute Trace route to destination
3. For the Ethernet interface, y
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Lab 9 Configuring SSH
View the default internetwork configuration.
Interconnect using SSH.
Traditionally, remote administrative access on routers was configured usi
Lab 10 - TFTP
1. In this lab, you are going to configure Server0 as a TFTP-Server and PC0 as the console
machine. You will then backup and restore router4s configuration to the TFTP-Server.
2. Use Lab 4 Packet Tracer. Configure Server0 with 184.108.40.206 . C
To understand how the Cisco Discovery Protocol functions and
what it takes for Cisco devices to be discovered.
We will be using Lab 3 Packet Tracer File.
1. On Router 1, enter global configuration mode
Lab 12 - Telnet
1. In this lab, you will practice Telneting from one router to another. You will suspend Telnet
sessions using the ctrl-shift-6 X sequence and display active Telnet sessions using the show
sessions and show users commands. Open Lab 5 Packe
Recover Password and Configure Routers:
Use Lab 13 Password Recovery Packet Tracer File
An enable secret password is set on router 1, however the administrator has forgotten it. You must
recover the password so you can use the router.
Find the password re
Converting RIP v1 to RIP v2
Configure RIP v1 on routers.
Convert to RIP v2 on routers.
Use the provided packet tracer file.
Step 1 Configure the routers
On the routers, configure the hostnames as well as the console, virtu
Network Address and Broadcast Address
When two computers communicate, they use the IP address and subnet mask to see if a remote
computer is on the same network segment (that is, they both have the same network address) or they are
on different network se