CSC8507 Networking Technologies Assignment

CSC8507 Networking Technologies Assignment

CSC8507 Networking Technologies Assignment

Assignment 1

The value of this assessment is 25% and total marks for this assessment is 100.

Q.1. (20%)

Step 1

Configure the devices such that PC1 can ping PC2 using IPv4 and IPv6. You must use FE80::1 as the default gateway for both PC1 and PC2.

Step 2

Trace a ping packet from PC1 to PC2. Fill in the MAC and IP address for table 1 below:

 

Source MAC

Destination MAC

Source IP

Destination IP

Leaving PC1

 

 

 

 

Entering S1

 

 

 

 

Leaving S1

 

 

 

 

Entering R

 

 

 

 

Leaving R

 

 

 

 

Entering S2

 

 

 

 

Reaching PC2

 

 

 

 

Show all screen dumps from which you get the MAC and IP addresses. You will get no mark for this question if screen dump is not shown. Submit the images as a PDF file Q1.pdf.

Step 3

Use a sentence to summarize your results for Mac addresses as the packet travels from PC1 to PC2. Use another sentence to summarize your results for IPv4 addresses.

Submit: Q1.pkt – completed Question1.pkt; Q1.pdf – table / images / screen dumps and answer for Step 2 and 3.

Q.2.

Complete the following Packet Tracer exercise from the course web page:

 a) 1_7.3.2.Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing Submit:

·Q2a.pka - The completed pka file;

 Q2a.pdf - Answer to Part 1 Step 6. Record the problem and the solution.

 b) 1_7.4.1.Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit:

Q2b.pka - The completed pka file;

Q2b.pdf - The addressing table. c) 1_8.1.4.Packet Tracer - Subnetting Scenario 1 Submit:

Q2c.pka - The completed pka file;

Q2c.pdf - The addressing table. d) 1_8.2.1.Packet Tracer - Designing and Implementing a VLSM Addressing Scheme Submit:

Q2d.pka - The completed pka file;

Q2d.pdf - The addressing table.

e) 1_8.4.1.Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit:

Q2e.pka - The completed pka file;

Q2e.pdf - The addressing table.

f) 1_10.2.2.Packet Tracer - DNS and DHCP Submit:

Q2f.pka - The completed pka file.

g) 1_10.2.3.Packet Tracer – FTP Submit:

Q2g.pka - The completed pka file

h) 1_11.4.1.Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit:

Q2h.pka - The completed pka file

i) 1_11.4.1.Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting Challenge Submit:

Q2i.pka - The completed pka file

Ignore the rubrics listed in the instructions / pka files.

Q.3. (10%)

In OSI model, Layer 2 uses MAC addresses and Layer 3 uses IP addresses. Suggest and explain a way to replace MAC addresses with IP addresses such that MAC is no longer required and each device in a LAN uses only one single IP address?

Submit Q3.pdf

Q.4. (10%)

DHCP for IPv4 is also known as DHCPv4. DHCP for IPv6 is also known as DHCPv6. Suppose you are setting up LAN A. Explain why you would choose IPv4 and DHCPv4 OR IPv6 and DHCPv6. Submit Q4.pdf

Q.5. (10%)

You can configure Cisco routers to use password:

Router(config)#enable password USQcomputing

 And the password will be written in the running-config as

 enable password USQComputing

 You can also configure Cisco routers to use password using the command:

Router(config)#enable secret USQcomputing

And the password will be written in the running-config as

enable secret 5 $1$mERr$NBdMBJcPmRHmqBx7NqT/I/

 Explain what the following command will do and how it works together with the enable secret USQcomputing commend:

 service password-encryption Submit Q5.pdf

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Assignment 2

The value of this assessment is 25% and total marks for this assessment is 100.

This assessment has 2 parts:

Part A

The value of this part is 60%.

Complete the following packet tracer exercise from the course web page. Submit the completed PKA file.

Q.1.2_2.3.1 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit Q1.pka.

Q.2. 2_5.4.1 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit Q2.pka.

Q.3.2_6.4.1 Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv4 Route Summarization - Scenario 1 Submit Q3.pka.

Q.4.2_6.4.2 Calculating and Configuring an IPv6 Route Summarization Submit Q4.pka.

Q.5.2_6.4.3 Packet Tracer - Configuring a Floating Static Route Submit Q5.pka.

Q.6.2_6.5.2 Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting VLSM and Route Summarization Submit Q6.pka.

Q.7.2_6.6.1 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit Q7.pka.

Q.8.2_7.3.1 Packet Tracer - Configuring RIPv2 Submit Q8.pka.

Q.9.2_7.3.2 Packet Tracer - Configuring RIPng Submit Q9.pka.

Q.10. 2_9.4.2 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit Q10.pka.

Q.11. 2_9.5.2 Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv6 ACLs Submit Q11.pka.

Q.12.2_10.3.1 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge Submit Q12.pka.

Q.13.2_11.2.3 Packet Tracer - Implementing Static and Dynamic NAT (The pka file may not mark your pool name 1 as correct. That is fine.) Submit Q13.pka.

Q.142_11.2.4 Packet Tracer - Configuring Port Forwarding on a Wireless Router Submit Q14.pka.

Q.15.2_11.4.1 Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge (When you re-open the pka file, you may need to wait a few seconds for the DHCP to assign the IP addresses.) Submit Q15.pka.

Q.16. The logical network topology of USQCollege is shown. Only 2 PCs are shown for each subnet  (15%)

As the network administrator, you have to assign IP addresses to the devices of USQCollege including the Gateway:

 USQCollege has acquired the use of 160.160.160.0/20 address space;

· The IP address of the WAN link on the ISP side is 160.160.160.1/30.

1. What is the number of subnets required?

2. For each subnet you assigned, state:

The maximum number of hosts it can cater for.

The subnet mask in decimal notation.

The subnet address

The first usable host address.

The last usable host address,

The broadcast address

3.Implement the network using PT such that all PCs, routers, and ISP can ping each other:

Assign the first two IP addresses to the PCs shown;

Assign the last IP address to the gateway of the subnet;

Enable single area OSPF routing protocol version 2 in all routers except ISP.

Configure a default static route from Gateway to ISP.

Configure a static route from ISP to Gateway.

Submit Q16.pkt and Q16.pdf. You must use Packet Tracer 6.3 posted on the course web page, not any other version.

Part 2

The value of this part is 40%

Q.17.a) Using dot points, compare the advantages and disadvantages of legacy interVLAN routing and Router-on-a-Stick inter-VLAN routing.

 b) USQ Data Centre has 12 servers and each server is on its own VLAN. As the network manager, will you implement legacy inter-VLAN routing or Router-on-a-Stick inter-VLAN routing to connect the servers and the rest of USQ? Present all your arguments in support of and against your choice. Submit Q17.pdf. (20%)

Q.18. a) What are the differences between NAT and port forwarding? b) Your friend claim that there is no need for NAT in IPv6. Why? c) Will port forwarding still a need for IPv6? Explain. Submit Q18.pdf. (20%)

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