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Take Assessment ENetwork Skill Exam CCNA Exploration: Network Fundamentals (Version 4.

0) Answers 2012 2013

Download enetwork-skill-exam-ccna-1.pkt file Note: s2/0 change to s0/0/0 Network Diagram, IP address = A given network as in the diagram above, you need to perform the following tasks: Section 1: Using VLSM to create the IP address plan

LAN1: 310 host addresses LAN2: 200 host addresses LAN3: 60 host addresses LAN4: 40 host addresses Loopback1: 30 host addresses Loopback2: 10 host addresses Wan link: 2 host addresses Address Mask Des Mask /23

Network LAN1


/24 /26 /26

Loopback1 /27 Loopback2 /28 Wan link /30

Section 2: assign IP addresses, subnet masks and default gateways to the networking devices. In each network, assign ip address follow this order Address for interfaces of networking device (routers interface) +1 Note: Address for interfaces of networking device with WAN link: router1 +1; router2 +2

Address for servers WEB, DHCP: +2 Address for servers MAIL, DNS: +3 Address for servers FTP, TFTP: +4 Address for PC clients PC4: +4 PC5: +5 PC6: +6

Ex: In the subnetwork: (there are WEB, MAIL, TFTP, PC6)

Routers interface: WEB server: MAIL server: TFTP server: PC6 client: IP address Subnet mask LAN1 Default gateway DNS Server


Web www.cisco.com DNS



DHCP PC2 PC3 LAN3 PC4 PC5 PC6 LAN4 Web www.test.com Mail bkacad.com ftp.test.com Router1 fa0/0 fa1/0 loopback1 s2/0 Router2

fa0/0 fa1/0

loopback2 s2/0

Section 3: Using Packet Tracer to perform the tasks Note: You need accuracy, distinguish capital letters and lowercase letters (for ex: bannermotd of router 1: router1, not Router1) Basic router/switch configurations: Hostnames: Assign the Routers names R1, R2. Passwords & Banner Message: (Routers only).

Console and VTY lines and password, password=class. Set the privileged mode password: enable password=class, enable secret password=cisco. Banner contains the name of device: router1, router2. (type #router1#)

Routers interfaces:

Assign IP addresses and subnet masks Use the clock rate 64000 Create descriptions, Interface description: connect to lan1 connect to lan2 connect to lan3 connect to lan4

R1-f0/0 R1-f1/0 R2-f0/0 R2-f1/0

R1-loopback1 loopback1 R2-loopback2 loopback2 R1-s2/0 R2-s2/0 connect to r2 connect to r1

Static default route:

R1: (config)# ip route s2/0 R2: (config)# ip route s2/0

Backup configuration: Backup Router1/Router2 configuration on TFTP Server (server file name: R1-confg, R2-confg)
Router1 hostname (config)#hostname R1 (config)#hostname R2 console password (config)#line console 0 (config-line)#password class (config-line)#login (config-line)#exit VTY password (config)#line vty 0 4 (config-line)#password class (config-line)#login (config-line)#exit privileged mode password (config)#enable password class (config)#enable secret cisco bannermotd (config)#banner motd #router1# (config)#banner motd #router2# fa0/0 interface (config)#interface fastEthernet 0/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description connect to lan1 (config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit (config)#interface fastEthernet 0/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description connect to lan3 (config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit Router2

fa1/0 interface (config)#interface fastEthernet 1/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description connect to lan2 (config)#interface fastEthernet 1/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description connect to lan4

(config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit

(config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit loopback interface

(config)#interface loopback 1 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description loopback1 (config-if)#exit

(config)#interface loopback 2 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description loopback2 (config-if)#exit serial interface

(config)#interface serial 2/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#clock rate 64000 (config-if)#description connect to r2 (config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit

(config)#interface serial 2/0 (config-if)#ip address (config-if)#description connect to r1 (config-if)#no shutdown (config-if)#exit default route

(config)# ip route s2/0 backup configuration (config)#copy running-config tftp Address or name of remote host []?

Configuring the Servers and PCs Assign an IP address and Subnet mask, Default gateway Active suitable services Configuring the DNS server:
Name bkacad.com ftp.test.com Type Address

A Record A Record

www.cisco.com A Record www.test.com A Record

Configuring the DHCP server:

Default Gateway: DNS Server: Start IP Address: Subnet Mask: Maximum number of users: 20 TFTP Server:

Configuring the MAIL server

Domain name: bkacad.com Add users and passwords (user/pass): o pc1/cisco o pc4/cisco

Configuring the Mail client:

PC Email address Incoming and Outgoing mail server user pass pc1 cisco pc4 cisco

PC1 pc1@bkacad.com bkacad.com PC4 pc4@bkacad.com bkacad.com

Send mail from pc1 to pc4 and check the result Configuring the PC client:

PC0, PC1, PC2, PC3: Assign IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and DNS server address by DHCP server PC4, PC5, PC6: Manual assign IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and DNS

Connectivity tests:

Ping from pc2 to pc5 to test whether the network operates successfully. Ping from pc1 to ftp.test.com to check the connection to the ftp server. Ping from pc1 to TFTP server to check the connection to the TFTP server. Ping from pc1 to DNS to check whether the connection to the DNS server. Ping from pc1 to Web: www.cisco.com to check the connection to the Web server. Ping from pc1 to Web: www.test.com to check the connection to the Web server. Ping from pc1 to Mail: bkacad.com to check the connection to the Mail server.

Create a .pkt file: After finishing the configuration tasks, students have to save it to your_name.pkt file (example:NguyenVanA.pkt) and copy to the suitable folder Storage the file on the server