Plan virtual local area networks

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Task 1: Building the topology

Create the network diagram shown in Figure 1 using Cisco packet tracer. Use suitable cable types when cabling the devices. Label the devices as depicted in Figure 01.

While creating the topology please use the ports listed in Table 2 (attached) for connecting devices on each switch. This will be useful for your future planning of the network.

a) Save the Cisco Packet Tracer file as xxx_cse2cnx_assessment4.pkt. (where xxx is your student number)

b) Include a screenshot of your topology as evidence of the completion of this task.

Task 2: Basic configurations of the switches

a) Configure the following on each switch.

- Switch name should be same as the label on each switch. (SW1-GF is an example).

- Configure an enable password.

- Configure an enable secret.

- Configure a console password.

- Configure a telnet password.

- Configure Message of the Day banner (MOTD) as "Unauthorized access is prohibited!!".

- Save the configurations.

b) Fill Table 2 (attached) shown below with the chosen hostnames and passwords.

c) Take a screenshot of the startup-configuration for each switch and include it in the word file as evidence of completing this task.

Task 3: Basic configurations of the router

a) Configure the following on Router-GF. - Configure router name as Router-GF. - Configure an enable password.
- Configure an enable secret.
- Configure a console password. -

Configure a telnet password.

- Configure Message of the Day banner (MOTD) as "Unauthorized access is prohibited!!".

- Save the configurations.

b) Fill Table 3 shown below with the chosen hostnames and passwords.
c) Take a screenshot of the startup-configuration and include it in the word file as evidence of completing this task.

Task 4: Planning VLANs

Plan Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) so that the groups of people and devices shown in Table 4 (below) are in different sub-networks.

This is a critical planning step. To support your planning, two table templates (Table 5 and Table 6) are given below.

a) Fill Table 5 with the planned VLAN Numbers and Names for each group or subnetwork.
b) Table 6 (below) is a modified version of Table 2. For each device include information relating to assigned VLANs and connected ports.

Task 5: Configure VLANs and assign ports to appropriate VLANs

In Task 4 you have planned VLAN details and identified the ports to assign into each VLAN.

a) Configure VLANs (VLAN ID and VLAN name) on each switch.

b) Assign ports to each VLAN as per Table 6.

c) Save the configurations.

d) Issue appropriate "show" command to list all created VLANs and assigned ports on each switch.

e) Include screenshots of "show" command output as evidence (for each switch).

Task 6: Planning IP Addresses

The Base IP address given to you for this network is 192.168.100.0/24.

a) Fill Table 7 shown below to identify decimal subnet mask, useable IP address range and broadcast address for each subnet.
b) Guidelines for end device addressing:

• Keep the last useable IP address of each subnet reserved for its gateway.

• You can choose end device addresses from the useable range of addresses for each subnet.

Fill Table 8 (below) with appropriate end device IP addresses, decimal subnet masks and gateways.

Task 7: End Device Configuration

a) You have already planned the end device IP addresses in Task 6.

Configure IP address, subnet mask and gateways on all end devices as outlined in Table 8.

For Admin1-GF, Printer1-FF, Student1-FF, Academic1-SF take screenshots of the completed IP configuration window as evidence of the completion of this task and include in the word file.

b) Issue a "ping" command from Student1-FF to Student49-FF. Include a screenshot of the ping command output.

c) If "ping" is not successful at this stage provide an explanation as to why.

Task 8: Configuring trunk links

In this task you will identify the trunks and configure trunk ports.

a) Identify the trunk ports on each switch and fill the "Trunk Ports" column in Table 9 shown below. (Trunk ports can be easily identified using information from Table 2)

b) Configure the identified ports in "trunk" mode and set the encapsulation type as "IEEE 802.1Q". Fill the column "Configured" in Table 9 with either YES or NO.

c) Save the configurations.

d) Mention two "show" commands that give:

• Output showing all the configured trunk ports and

• Output showing the individual port/interface mode (Administrative mode, operational mode, etc.)

e) Issue the appropriate command to show all the configured trunk ports on each switch and include screenshots as evidence in the word file.

Task 9: Connectivity test

a) Check connectivity between ADMIN1-GF and ADMIN2-GF using the "ping" command.

Provide a screenshot of the ping result.

b) Check connectivity between ADMIN1-GF and PRINTER1-FF using the "ping" command. Provide a screenshot of the ping result.

c) Discuss the outcome of the results.

Task 10: Configuring inter-VLAN routing

Requirements:

• Academics should be able to communicate with Students.

• IT should be able to communicate with Administrative staff.

• All staff and students should be able to communicate with printers.

This task is for you to configure inter-VLAN routing to achieve this.

The template Table 10 (below) can be used to assist in this task.

a) Collect details from your previous planning tasks and fill in Table 10 (below)

Now, it is time for you to start planning the router configurations.

b) Fill Table 11 (below) with router sub-interfaces and appropriate IP addresses for those sub-interfaces.

Guidelines given are,

• Sub-interface number should be same as the VLAN number.

• Sub-interface IP address should be same as the default gateway address of the sub-network

c) Create and configure planned sub-interfaces with appropriate commands to achieve the task requirements.

d) Save the configurations.

e) Take a screenshot of the startup-configuration file to show the changes you have made.

Task 11: Connectivity Test

a) Check connectivity between Academic5-FF and Student60-SF using the "ping" command.

Provide a screenshot of the ping result.

b) Check connectivity between IT10-GF and ADMIN1-GF using the "ping" command. Provide a screenshot of the ping result.

c) Check connectivity between Student60-SF and Printer1-FF using the "ping" command.

Provide a screenshot of the ping result.

Task 12: Configure Port Security

This task is to secure two ports on SW2-GF connected to the servers.

a) Figure 2 (below) shows the port-security status of Fa0/5 on SW2-GF.

Port Security : Disabled
Port Status : Secure-down
Violation Mode : Shutdown
Aging Time : 0 mins
Aging Type : Absolute
SecureStatic Address Aging : Disabled
Maximum MAC Addresses : 1
Total MAC Addresses : 0
Configured MAC Addresses : 0
Sticky MAC Addresses : 0
Last Source Address : Vlan : 0000.0000.0000:0
Security Violation Count : 0

You can see that the port-security status is "Disabled". Discuss why this is the case?

b) Enable port-security on Fa0/5 and Fa0/6 of SW2-GF which are connected to the servers.

c) Verify port-security status using the appropriate "show" command and provide screenshots.

d) Configure port-security on Fa0/5 and Fa0/6 as per the guidelines given below.

• First MAC address coming in to the port should "stick" to it.

• Maximum of 1 Mac addresses are allowed.

• If the above condition is violated the port should go to "shutdown" mode.

e) Issue the "show "command to check the port-security status and provide screenshots to demonstrate the changes you have made.

Attachment:- Assessment.rar

Reference no: EM132235161

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len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:55 AM

Task 11: Connectivity a) Connectivity between 2 test Academic5-FF and Student60- SF was tested, and screenshot provided. 6 b) Connectivity between IT10-GF 2 and ADMIN1-GF was tested, 18 and screenshot provided. c) Connectivity between 2 Student60-SF and Printer1-FF was tested, and screenshot provided. Task 12: Configure a) Port-security status was 2 Port Security discussed. b) Port-security on Fa0/5 and 2 Fa0/6 enabled. c) Port-security status verified 2 using the proper command. 10 Screenshot provided. d) Port-security configured as 3 per the guidelines. e) Port-security status verified 1 using the proper command. Screenshot provided. Total 140

len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:44 AM

Task 9: Connectivity a) Connectivity between test ADMIN-GF and ADMIN2-GF 2 tested, and screenshot provided. 5 b) Connectivity between ADMIN-GF and PRINTER1- 2 FF tested, and screenshot provided. c) Outcome was discussed. 1 Task 10: Configuring a) Table 10 was filled with 5 inter-VLAN routing proper information. b) Table 11 was filled with 10 correct sub-interface and IP address information. c) Sub interfaces were 5 23 configured correctly. d) Configuration was saved. 1 e) Screenshot of the startup- 2 configuration was provided to demonstrate the changes made.

len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:34 AM

Task 7: End device a) IP addresses were configuration configured on all end devices 11 as per Table 8. b) Ping command was issued from Student1-FF to 13.5 Student49-FF and 2 screenshot of the command output provided. c) Explanation provided. 0.5 Task 8: Configure a) Trunk ports identified on each trunk links switch and filled the “Trunk 4 Ports” column in Table 9. b) Trunk ports were configured 4 correctly. c) Configurations was saved. 1 13 d) Two show commands were 2 mentioned.

len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:25 AM

Task 5: Configure a) VLANs were configured 4 VLANs and assign properly in each switch. ports to appropriate b) Ports were assigned as per 4 VLANs Table 6. c) Configuration was saved. 1 11 d) Appropriate show command 1 issued. e) Screenshot of the “show” command output was 1 provided. Task 6: Planning IP a) Table 7 was filled with Addresses. correct IP address 7.5 information. 18.5 b) Table 8 was filled with appropriate IP address 11 information as per the guidelines given.

len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:16 AM

Task 3: Basic a) All configurations were done 3.5 configurations of the properly. router b) Table 3 was filled with 2.5 proper information. 8 c) startup-configuration screenshot provided and 2 shows the configurations changes. Task 4: Planning a) Table 5 was filled with proper 5 VLANs VLAN information. 16 b) Table 6 was filled with proper 11 VLAN and port information.

len2235161

2/15/2019 3:18:07 AM

Task Item Mark/Item Mark/Task Task1: Building the a) Proposed network topology topology was created in Cisco Packet 6 Tracer. (As per Figure 1) 8 b) Screenshot of the topology 2 was provided. Task 2: Basic a) All configurations were done 3.5 configurations of the properly. switches b) Table 2 was filled with 2.5 proper information. 8 c) startup-configuration screenshot provided and 2 shows the configurations changes.

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