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Packet Tracer Home IoT Implementation

Scenario
In this Packet Tracer scenario, Bob has begun to implement an IoT solution in his home. You will explore the
variety of devices and manipulate environmental factors to see the impact on sensors and actuators. You will
also configure some basic settings, including IP addressing for a sensor, and security settings for the gateway
router. Finally, you will verify that all the devices in the home have IP connectivity.

Part 1: Connecting Devices to the Home Gateway

Step 1: Configure Home Gateway.


a. Click Home to expand the cluster.
b. Click Home Gateway. Click Config tab.
c. Click Internet. Select DHCP for IP Configuration.
d. Click Wireless. Enter MyHomeGateway as the SSID. Select WPA2-PSK as the authentication. Enter
CiscoIoT as the PSK Pass Phrase.
e. Click Home PC. Click Desktop. Click IP Configuration. Select DHCP for IP Configuration.

Step 2: Verify Home Gateway connectivity to registration server.


a. From Home PC, enter www.register.pka in the Web Browser. Enter admin as the Username and admin
as the Password to log in to the remote registration server.
Note: It may take a few minutes for all the IoT devices to be listed.
List some of the IoT devices:
What are some available actions for these IoT devices?

b. From Home PC, enter 192.168.25.1 in the Web Browser. Enter admin as the Username and admin as
the Password to log into the local IoT server hosted on Home Gateway.
List some of the IoT devices:
What are some available actions for these IoT devices?

Part 2: Interacting with IoT Devices

Step 1: Automate temperature control.


Currently the Thermostat is off. Set the Thermostat to automatically adjust to the desired setting.
a. Expand the Thermostat status bar. Click Auto. Enter the desired auto heating and auto cooling
temperatures and click Set.
b. Observe the Heating Element and Cooling Element as they adjust the temperature.

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Step 2: Automate the Ceiling Fan.


The Ceiling Fan is configured to turn on only when motion is detected and no wind detected. The SBC0 with
the use of motion and wind sensors controls the status of the ceiling fan.
Alt + Click the Motion Sensor near the Ceiling Fan. This will activate the Motion Sensor.
Did the Ceiling Fan turn on?

Step 3: Automate Lawn Sprinklers.


Watering the lawn could be an activity controlled through conditional statements configured in the local IoT
server on Home Gateway.
a. Expand the status for Lawn Sprinkler, Lawn Sprinkler0, and Water Level Monitor. Observe the
relationship between the water level and the status of the lawn sprinklers.
What condition triggers the lawn sprinklers to turn on?

What condition triggers the lawn sprinklers to turn off?

b. Click Conditions at the top of the webpage. Locate the conditional statements.
How many conditional statements control the lawn sprinklers?

Step 4: Automate Web Camera.


The Web Camera is currently configured to only turn on when the Motion Detector is triggered.
a. Expand the status for Motion Detector and Web Camera. Observe the relationship between the Motion
Detector and the status of the Web Camera.
b. Alt + Click Motion Detector in the topology. Make sure to click the one near the Webcam.
What did you see on Webcam in the webpage?

Step 5: Open Windows and Garage Door.


An old car is being repaired in the garage. A CO detector, garage door, and windows have been installed and
configured to prevent CO poisoning.
a. Expand the status for all the windows, Garage Door, and the Garage CO Detector. Are any devices
missing from the list?

b. For the unconnected device, verify that it is configured to connect to the Home Gateway for the IoE
Server, and that DHCP is enabled for the IP Configuration settings.
c. Start the old car by Alt + Click the Car in the garage and watch the CO level rise in the garage.
d. Alt + Click the Car to turn off the old car.
e. Observe how the windows and garage door interact with the CO level in the garage.

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Step 6: Fire suppression


An IoT fire suppression system has been installed in each of the bedrooms and the kitchen. In this IoT
demonstration, there will be a simulated fire while you are away from home, and you can observe how the fire
suppression operates using the status of the smoke detectors.
a. Exit the Home cluster by clicking Back. Click the ISP-Internet cluster to enter it.
b. From Smartphone, enter www.register.pka in the Web Browser. Enter admin as the Username and
admin as the Password to log in to the local IoT server hosted on Registration Server.
Note: It may take a few tries before the web page displays.
c. Expand all the statuses for the smoke detectors. Are any devices missing from the list?

d. Simulate a fire in the kitchen. What happens to the smoke detectors?

Describe what happens next.

e. Start a simulated fire in other locations to observe what happens.

Step 7: Further investigation


a. In the previous step, you observed that Home Gateway and Registration Server can be used to control
the IoT devices remotely. You can change how these devices are accessed remotely.
1) Click the device.
2) In the Device tab, select None, Home Gateway, or Remote Server. For the activity, the server
address is www.register.pka (209.165.201.10) and admin as username and password.
3) Within the server, you can add conditional statements for devices capable of actionable
configurations.
b. If you are interested in programming the IoT end devices, click the device and click Advanced. Select
Programming. Select the desired files and review the codes.

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