PT Activity 7.6.1: Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge.rar
Introduction Packet tracer is a graphical tool to simulate the routing and layer 2 switching in a LAN. The objective of the activity is to simulate a LAN with and without different network devices. Prior to beginning this activity, you should have a working knowledge of Layer 2 Network and/or Link Layer IP address assignment. Objective This activity is designed to provide you with hands-on experience in the following areas: • Assigning IP addresses to nodes, interfaces and subinterfaces in a switched Ethernet network. • Debugging IP addressing problems in Layer 2 networks. • Debugging Layer 2 Link problems in a switched Ethernet network. • Testing IP addressing in a routed LAN with multiple hosts. • Testing IP addressing in a routed LAN with multiple hosts. • Performing an IP address resolution. • Describing IP addresses in a Layer 2 Network or Homenet. Prerequisites To perform this activity, you will need a packet tracer account that is configured with the IP addresses of all devices in the topology. The topology should be labeled with the IP addresses of all devices and topology configuration. Scenario A Packet tracer allows you to easily simulate and debug IP addressing in a routed topology. The topology is shown in the figure below. The routing protocol that has been selected for this topology is RIP Version 2. The LAN is divided into subinterfaces and devices are assigned IP addresses. The first task is to configure the IP addressing. The topology shows that ISP S0/0/0 will have IP addresses 10.0.2.1 to 10.0.2.10. This scenario simulates an ISP that allows IP addressing only from 10.0.2.1 to 10.0.2.10. In addition, interface R1/1 is assigned the IP address 10.0.1.1. This simulates an ISP that assigns IP addresses from 10.0.1.1 to 10.0.1.100. The interface must be configured with the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and default route. Device R1 Interface Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway 4.7.1: Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge TOPOLOGY DIAGRAM • The yellow boxes indicate the devices in the topology. • The dotted lines indicate the subinterfaces. S0/0/0 Subinterface 10.0.