Design and Build a Small Business Network (Capstone
Explain how a small network of directly connected segments is created, configured and
Students will demonstrate that they know how to design, co
Configure the initial settings on Branch-A and Branch-B, including the hostname, banner, lines,
and passwords. Use cisco as the user EXEC password and class as the privileged EXEC
password. Encrypt all passwords.
Router Branch-A initial setti
Chapter 9: Subnetting
Introduction to Networks
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9.1 Subnetting an IPv4 Network
9.2 Addressing Schemes
9.3 Design Considerations for I
PT Activity 22.214.171.124
Exploring TCP & UDP Communications
Part 2: Examine Functionality of the TCP and UDP Protocols
Examine multiplexing as all of the traffic crosses the network.
You will now use the Capture/Forward butt
Network Addressing IPv4
Represented by 4 octets and
separated by dots
Accompanied by 32-bit mask to
identify network and host bits of IP
Mask has to be start w
Packet Tracer iLab Report
Instructions for successfully completing Packet Tracer iLabs and iLab Reports:
1. Make sure that you understand the objective of the lab(s) and the requirements for
successfully performing them.
2. Use this Lab Report template fo
Packet Tracer Ch6 (126.96.36.199)
You will receive one of three possible topologies. Commands must be adjusted accordingly with
different hostnames and addresses.
Router Configuration Commands:
Packet Tracer 188.8.131.52
Chapter 5 SIC
Part 1: Document the Current Network Configurations
Router R1 Interface Addresses observation commands:
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
PT Activity 184.108.40.206
Submit the following screen shots.
1. PT Activity screen shot with Completion rate and title of the activity shown
2. PT Windows with all the equipment connected with proper lighting to show they are c
PT Activity 220.127.116.11
Part 1 Step 2d
d. Click Capture/Forward four times. There should be four events in the Event List.
Look at the Web Client web browser page. Did anything change?
Part 1 Step 3
b. Ensure that the OSI M
Packet Tracer 18.104.22.168
Chapter 2 SIC
This activity uses variables that are randomly generated each time the activity is open or the Rest
Activity button is clicked. Although the tables below show device names mapping to specific address
schemes, the names
Week 1 Answer Sheet
Packet Tracer Activity 22.214.171.124
Answers for the following questions:
Part 1, Step 1c.
Find the Configuring Devices Using the Desktop Tab tutorial. Watch the first part to answer the
following question: What infor