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CCNA Routing and Switching: Introduction to Networks Instructor Lab Manual This document is exclusive property of Cisco Systems, Inc. Permission is. Lab Objective: Task 1. Configure EIGRP on 2 routers in AS Disable Auto-summary. R1. Router eigrp Network Network 8. Configuring and Troubleshooting a Switched Network. 9. Connecting a Switch. Configuring WEP on a Wireless Router. Using the Cisco IOS Show.

Verify the routes on Router R1: R1 show ip route Gateway of last resort is not set Autonomous System number must be same on all the routers in the network. All the interfaces are configured with the IPv6 addresses.

Passwords on both the routers must be same. You will see all the interfaces on the left hand side. Now repeat the same procedure for Serial1 and Serial2.

You can now verify the connectivity by sending ping packets as follows. On Router R1: R1 ping Topology Objectives Part 1: Initialize the Router and Reload Part 3: Otherwise, the results of your lab may be unpredictable. This lab provides a detail procedure for initializing and reloading a Cisco router and a Cisco switch. Other routers, switches, and Cisco IOS versions can be used.

Depending on the model and Cisco IOS version, the commands available and output produced might vary from what is shown in the labs. Cable the network as shown in the topology. Attach console cables to the devices shown in the topology diagram. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Power on all the devices in the topology. Wait for all devices to finish the software load process before moving to Part 2.

Part 2: Initialize the Router and Reload Step 1: Connect to the router. Console into the router and enter privileged EXEC mode using the enable command. Type the erase startup-config command to remove the startup configuration from nonvolatile random- access memory NVRAM. Router erase startup-config Erasing the nvram filesystem will remove all configuration files! Reload the router. Issue the reload command to remove an old configuration from memory. When prompted to Proceed with reload, press Enter to confirm the reload.

Pressing any other key will abort the reload. Router reload Proceed with reload? Reload requested by console. Reload Reason: Reload Command. You may receive a prompt to save the running configuration prior to reloading the router. Respond by typing no and press Enter. System configuration has been modified.

Bypass the initial configuration dialog. After the router reloads, you are prompted to enter the initial configuration dialog.

Enter no and press Enter. Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog? Terminate the autoinstall program. You will be prompted to terminate the autoinstall program. Respond yes and then press Enter. Would you like to terminate autoinstall? Initialize the Switch and Reload Step 1: Connect to the switch.

Console into the switch and enter privileged EXEC mode. Determine if there have been any virtual local-area networks VLANs created. Use the show flash command to determine if any VLANs have been created on the switch. Switch show flash Directory of flash: Delete the VLAN file.

If the vlan. Switch delete vlan. You will be prompted to verify the file name. At this point, you can change the file name or just press Enter if you have entered the name correctly. When you are prompted to delete this file, press Enter to confirm the deletion. Pressing any other key will abort the deletion.

Delete flash: Erase the startup configuration file. When you are prompted to remove the configuration file, press Enter to confirm the erase. Pressing any other key will abort the operation. Switch erase startup-config Erasing the nvram filesystem will remove all configuration files! Reload the switch. Reload the switch to remove any old configuration information from memory.

When you are prompted to reload the switch, press Enter to proceed with the reload. Switch reload Proceed with reload? You may receive a prompt to save the running configuration prior to reloading the switch.

Type no and press Enter. After the switch reloads, you should see a prompt to enter the initial configuration dialog. Type no at the prompt and press Enter. Why is it necessary to erase the startup configuration before reloading the router? Erasing this file allows the router to return to its basic configuration after a reload. You find a couple configurations issues after saving the running configuration to the startup configuration, so you make the necessary changes to fix those issues.

If you were to reload the device now, what configuration would be restored to the device after the reload? Any changes made to the running configuration after the last save would be lost. Objectives Demonstrate that networks are made of many different components.

Some items you may want to include: If it is an electronic document, save it to a server location provided by your instructor. Be prepared to share and explain your work in class.

For an example to get you started, please visit: This webpage requires Adobe Flash. Instructor Note: This optional Modeling Activity is not intended to be a graded assignment. Its purpose is to help students to reflect on their perceptions of how a network is set up for personal use.

Discussion should be facilitated by the instructor as a result of this activity. If so, which ones and why? What modifications would you make to your drawing after reviewing the other drawings?

In what way could icons on a network drawing provide a streamlined thought process and facilitate your learning? Explain your answer. It consolidates information, and is easily understood by others who understand what the icons represent. It is a form of shorthand for people in the same industry. Initial Network Diagrams and Network Components — will vary. A very basic network design representation from the website is depicted below this diagram is for Instructor reference.

Objectives Part 1: Use Collaboration Tools Part 2: Share Documents with Google Drive Part 3: Explore Conferencing and Web Meetings Part 4: Collaborative tools include document sharing, web meetings, and wikis.

Required Resources Device with Internet access Part 1: Use Collaboration Tools Step 1: List at least two collaboration tools that you currently use. Step 2: List at least two reasons for using collaboration tools. Share Documents with Google Drive In Part 2, you will explore the document sharing functions by using Google Drive to set up document sharing. Google Drive is a web-based office suite and data storage service that allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users.

Google Drive provides 15 GB of storage with every free Google account. You can download additional storage if needed. Step 1: Create a Google account. Browse to www. On the Google Accounts web page, if you already have a Google account, you can sign in.

If you do not have an account, click Create an account. On the Create your Google Account web page, fill out the form to the right. Provide all the required information. The name you enter in the Choose your username field becomes the account name. It is not necessary to supply your mobile phone or current email address. The next web page allows you to add a profile photo. Click Create your profile to complete the account creation process.

You have successfully created your Google account when the Welcome screen appears. Create a new document. Click the Apps icon to access a list of Google Services. Use the credentials you created in Step 1 to sign in to all of the Google services. Click the Drive icon to access your Google Drive. Click New to display a drop-down menu that allows you to select the type of document to create. Choose Google Docs to create a word document. The new document displays.

Many of the functions of the Google editor work similarly to Microsoft Word. Step 3: Share a Google document. After the blank Google document opens, you can share it with others by clicking the Share button at the top-right corner of the web page.

Name your new document, and then click the Save button. Because you created the document, you are the document owner. In the Share with others dialog box, enter the names, groups, or email addresses with whom to share this document. You can choose to allow others to view, comment, or edit the document. When you start entering information into the Share with others dialog box, you may also add a note.

Click the Send button. This will navigate you back to the open document. All users can see who currently has the document open. Users currently viewing the document are represented by the icons at the top right corner.

This new document is automatically saved on the Google Drive. You can close the document by closing the associated browser window or tab. You can navigate directly to the Google Drive using https: Part 3: Explore Conferencing and Web Meetings Web meetings combine file and presentation sharing with voice, video, and desktop sharing.

Cisco WebEx Meeting Center is one of the leading web meeting products available today. In Part 3 of this lab, you will watch a video produced by Cisco that reviews the features contained within WebEx Meeting Center. The video is located on YouTube at the following link: Part 4: It means fast. In networking terms, a wiki is a web-based collaboration tool that permits almost anyone to post information, files, or graphics to a common site for other users to immediately read and modify.

A wiki provides access to a home page that has a search tool to assist you in locating the articles that interest you. A wiki can be installed for the Internet community or behind a corporate firewall for employee use. The user not only reads wiki contents, but also participates by creating content within a web browser. Text formatting is similar to creating an email. In this part of the lab, you will use the Google account that you created in Part 2 and create a wiki page in Google Sites.

Sign in to Google Sites. Navigate to http: Name your new wiki site. In the Name your site field, type in a name for your new wiki site. You will need to use a unique name for your site. Google also requires that you enter the code displayed at the bottom of the screen to prevent automated scripts, called web robots, from creating multiple sites.

If someone has used your site name already, you are prompted to enter another name. Edit the look of your new wiki site. Google provides templates to customize the look of your new wiki site.

Click the More Action icon for the drop-down menu, and then click Manage site. Click Themes, Colors, and Fonts at the bottom of the left sidebar. Currently, the site is using the Base theme. Click Browse more themes to select a Wiki site template. Search and select a wiki template for your site.

Click Select to continue. The preview of your home page appears. You can also customize the colors and fonts on your home page. Click Edit Colors and Fonts. When you are satisfied with your new home page, click Save to accept the changes. After you have saved your theme selection, click your site name under Manage Site.

Step 4: Update the Home page. The Home page is the first page visitors see when they navigate to your website. Click the Edit page icon to edit the content of this page. You can add text, pictures, etc.

Click Save to save the changes and exit the page edit mode. Step 5: Create a wiki page. Click the Create page icon to create a new page for posting.

In the Name your page field, enter a page name. In the example below, the name Routers is used as the topic for this page. Click the Web Page drop-down menu and select Announcements. Google uses this term to indicate a wiki page. Your new wiki page, called Routers, displays. The new page has a New post menu option that allows information to be added to the page. Notice that the left sidebar has a new link to allow your site visitors access to this page.

Step 6: Share your web site. A wiki site is not really a wiki site unless other people can contribute. There are a number of ways to share your new site. On your wiki site, click Share. You can invite specific individuals to view or edit this website. You may also grant ownership to others. You can specify how to notify people about the wiki by entering their email address. Click Send to share the wiki with others. The Manage Site page displays the people who have access to your site.

Notice Jane Smith was added to the list of people with access. Click your site name to return to your home page. Step 7: Provide the URL of your site. Find additional information. You can find a quick overview of how a wiki works at http: Other examples of wikis and their web sites include: Can you think of other collaboration tools used in the business world today?

What collaboration tools do you see as useful to a network administrator? Survey Your Understanding of Convergence Part 2: Technology advances have made convergence readily available to large, medium, and small businesses, as well as for the home consumer.

In this lab, you will research the converged services available to you. In Part 1, the instructor may wish to lead a discussion with students on their understanding of convergence, its definition, and the possible technologies used.

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This lab may be assigned as homework. Describe convergence as you understand it and provide examples of its use in the home. Write a definition of convergence and list at least two examples. On a converged network, there are still many points of contact and many specialized devices, such as personal computers, phones, TVs, and tablet computers, but there is one common network infrastructure.

An example of a converged network at home is a Triple Play service from Charter. Voice, Video TV , and phone are bundled together and come into the home on one cable, typically hybrid fiber coax. Research various ISPs that offer converged services.

List some of the ISPs that you found in your search. Fill in the following form for the ISPs you selected. List at least two of the ISPs that you found in your search. Student may choose Comcast for higher download speeds for Internet. For example, users who stream movies exclusively may want higher download speeds versus a user who mainly does casual surfing of the Internet and checks email. Part 5: Research Local Companies or Public Institutions Using Convergence Technologies In Part 5, you will research and locate a company in your area that currently uses convergence technologies in their business.

Research and find a local company using convergence. In the following table, list the company, industry, and convergence technologies used. Aerospace Phone, Video, Data Reflection 1.

Identify at least two advantages of using convergence technologies? The need for separate distribution equipment to offer voice and data will no longer be necessary. Identify at least two disadvantages of using convergence technologies? Giving voice precedence over data using Quality of Service QoS technologies can be quite complex for companies that do not have trained IT personnel on staff. Research Job Opportunities Part 2: Most employers require some form of industry standard certification, degree, or other qualifications from their potential employees, especially those with limited experience.

The Cisco CCNA certification is a known and established entry-level networking certification that is respected in the industry. There are additional levels and kinds of Cisco certifications that one can attain, and each certification may enhance employment opportunities as well as salary range. In this lab, you will complete targeted job searching on the web to find what types of IT and computer networking jobs are available; what kinds of skills and certifications you will need; and the salary ranges associated with the various job titles.

Research Job Opportunities In Part 1, you will use a web browser to visit the popular job listing websites monster. Open a web browser and go to a job listing website. In the URL address bar type http: For job listings outside of the U. Search for networking related jobs. Type the word Network Administrator in the job title box.

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Notice the search results: Now, focus your search by adding terms to the search for Network Administrator. Now try refining your search by adding different geographical locations. Did you find jobs in the locations you entered? Try searching a different website.

Go to http: For salary listings outside of the U. Add a search term like Information Technology to the job title field box and click Submit. In the image below, note the large number of matching search results. Additional tools for refining your search are available in the left column.

Spend time searching for jobs and looking through the search results. Take note of what skills are required for different job titles and the range of starting salaries. Reflect on Research In Part 2, answer these questions based on your research findings.

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What job titles did you search for? What skills or certifications were required?

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Did you find any jobs that you previously did not know existed? If so, what were they? Did you find any jobs that you are interested in?

If so, which ones and what skills or certifications do they require? Objectives Identify the common components of a network. You may also refer to the other activities completed in this chapter, including Packet Tracer activities. Draw a map of the Internet as you see it now. Use the icons presented in the chapter for media, end devices, and intermediary devices.

In your revised drawing, you may wish to include some of the following: Be prepared to share and explain your revised work in class. This optional Modeling Activity may be selected as a graded assignment, because its purpose is to validate the learning gained in Chapter 1 about: Identify elements of the model that map to IT-related content: The company is currently working on a new car model.

This model will have selected functions which can be controlled by the driver giving specific voice commands. You must design the set of commands used by this voice-activated control system. Some of functions of the car that can be controlled by voice commands are: Its purpose is to help students reflect on their perceptions of how a network is set up using voice commands much like the IOS command structure.

How could these same commands be used on a computer or network operating system? An obvious choice is using simple English words as the command set. Other choices include words in different languages, using command numbers or shortcuts. Note, however, that this would make the command set significantly less intuitive.

Highlight that, for example, a help command without any further context would not be usable because it does not indicate what exactly the user needs help to. There are two ways of providing a context to a command: Or did they introduce modes; groupings of commands that refer to a particular context and once positioned in that context, did not have to be reemphasized. For a small set of commands, the direct approach is more suitable.

For a larger set of commands which may possibly grow into extensive, multi-word sentences, using modes helps to keep the command set organized and limits the length of individual commands, and is preferred.

Possibilities include saying a specific, otherwise unused word, or pressing a button on the steering wheel.

Also, discuss how students handled a system that should prompt the user to enter the voice commands, and how the user would be informed that the spoken command was not properly understood or valid. How were these commands protected or isolated so that no inadvertent manipulation could occur? The software that performs speech recognition and translates voice commands into a form the computer can understand is the command interface used to interact with the car.

However, the commands need to be processed by the central operating software of the car that controls all its functions and orchestrates all its systems. Also, the voice prompts by the car relate to the prompts on the command line. Netlab users or other remote access equipment should complete only Part 2. These console cables can be downloadd from Cisco Systems, Inc. These devices are managed using a local console connection or a remote connection. Nearly all Cisco devices have a serial console port to which you can connect.

In this lab, you will learn how to access a Cisco device via a direct local connection to the console port, using the terminal emulation program called Tera Term. You will also learn how to configure the serial port settings for the Tera Term console connection.

After you have established a console connection with the Cisco device, you can display or configure device settings. You will only display settings and configure the clock in this lab. Depending on the model and Cisco IOS version, the commands available and the output produced might vary from what is shown in the labs.

Refer to the Router Interface Summary Table at the end of the lab for the correct interface identifiers. Make sure that the switch and router have been erased and have no startup configuration. If you are unsure, contact your instructor.

Refer to the Instructor Lab Manual for the procedures to initialize and reload devices. The driver can be found on www. The USB driver can be downloaded from the following link: Part 1: This connection will allow you to access the CLI and display settings or configure the switch.

Connect a Cisco switch and computer using a rollover console cable. Connect the rollover console cable to the RJ console port of the switch. Connect the other cable end to the serial COM port on the computer.

Serial COM ports are no longer available on most computers. A USB-to-DB9 adapter can be used with the rollover console cable for console connection between the computer and a Cisco device. USB-to- DB9 adapters can be downloadd at any computer electronics store. If using a USB-to-DB9 adapter to connect to the COM port, you may be required to install a driver for the adapter provided by the manufacturer of your computer.

Turn on the Cisco switch and computer. Configure Tera Term to establish a console session with the switch. Tera Term is a terminal emulation program. This program allows you to access the terminal output of the switch. It also allows you to configure the switch. Start Tera Term by clicking the Windows Start button located in the task bar.

Locate Tera Term under All Programs. If the program is not installed on the system, Tera Term can be downloaded from the following link by selecting Tera Term: In the New Connection dialog box, click the Serial radio button.

From the Tera Term Setup menu, choose the Serial port… to verify the serial settings. The default parameters for the console port are baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, and no flow control. When you can see the terminal output, you are ready to configure a Cisco switch.

The following console example displays the terminal output of the switch while it is loading. Display and Configure Basic Device Settings In this section, you are introduced to the user and privileged executive modes. You will determine the IOS version, display the clock settings, and configure the clock on the switch.

Display the switch IOS image version. After the switch has completed its startup process, the following message is displayed. Enter n to continue. If you do not see the above message, please contact your instructor to reset your switch to the initial configuration. Compiled Sat Jul Answers will vary depending on the switch. Configure the clock. As you learn more about networking, you will see that configuring the correct time on a Cisco switch can be helpful when you are troubleshooting problems.

Although you know that an ISP can provide WAN routers and switches to accommodate the branch office connectivity for the network, you prefer to use your own customer premises equipment CPE. To ensure interoperability, Cisco devices have been used in all other branch-office WANs. As the branch-office network administrator, it is your responsibility to research possible network devices for download and use over the WAN. Accept the agreement to use the calculator. Note: There is a slider tool within the calculator window that allows the choice of more service options for your branch office and WAN.

Use the tabs at the top of the calculator window to view the output. Page 1 of 2 Class Activity - Branching Out Step 6: Discuss your research with a classmate, group, class, or your instructor. With the use of VPN technology, the connection can also be secure. However, many companies still need a hour dedicated connection to the Internet, or a dedicated point-to-point connection from one office location to another. In this lab, you will investigate the cost and availability of downloading a dedicated T1 Internet connection for your home or business.

Required Resources A device with Internet access. Step 1: Research WAN technology characteristics.

Use search engines and websites to research the following WAN technologies. Put your findings in the table below. Navigate to. This webpage lists the Internet service providers also known as carriers that partner with Telarus to provide automated real-time telecom pricing.

Click the links to the various carrier partners and search for the dedicated WAN technologies that they provide. Use the extra lines provided in the table to record additional service providers. This application requires a name, address, and phone number before the search can be performed. You may wish to use your current information or research an address locally where a business might be looking for a WAN connection.

Step 1: Navigate to to try GeoQuote. GeoQuote is a web application that automates the search for WAN technology service providers, and provides price quotes in real-time. Complete the required fields. This number should be a landline number. Click the button marked Step 2. Step 2: Provide Information. Choose Internet T1 1. Enter your address, city, state, and zip code in the GeoQuote Step 3 window.

In the GeoQuote Step 4 window, click I am just window shopping. Click Continue in the GeoQuote Step 4 window to display the results. You should see a list of quotes showing the available pricing of a T1 connection to the location you specified. Was the pricing in the area you chose comparable to those pictured below? What was the range of prices from your results? Reflection 1. What are the disadvantages to using a T1 leased line for personal home use?

What would be a better solution?Share a Google document. In this lab, you will download and install the Wireshark software program on your PC. If your NIC was already enabled, then Disable would be the first option on this drop-down menu. Switch delete vlan. However, there will always be common steps: If we do not know the user identifier of the recipient, we have to send the message to everyone or not at all.

You will be prompted to verify the file name. Only the intended recipient will process the message, but others can see it. Whelton Network Solutions is an IT service provider.