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CCNA Discovery 4.0.3.0
Networking for Homes and Small Businesses Student Packet Tracer Lab Manual

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CCNA Discovery Networking for Home and Small Businesses v4.0: Connecting to the Network

3.5.7.2 Learn to Use Packet Tracer
Objectives
* Develop an understanding of the basic functions of Packet Tracer. * Create/model a simple Ethernet network using two hosts and a hub. * Observe traffic behavior on the network. * Observer data flow of ARP broadcasts and pings. Hint: To ensure that the instructions always remain visible during an activity, click the "Top" check box in the lower left-hand corner of this instruction window.

Step 1: Create a logical network diagram with two PCs and a hub The bottom left-hand corner of the Packet Tracer screen displays eight icons that represent device categories or groups, such as Routers, Switches, or End Devices. Moving the cursor over the device categories will show the name of the category in the box. To select a device, first select the device category. Once the device category is selected, the options within that category appear in the box next to the category listings. Select the device option that is required. a) Select End Devices from the options in the bottom left-hand corner. Drag and drop two generic PCs onto your design area. b) Select Hubs from the options in the bottom left-hand corner. Add a hub to the prototype network by dragging and dropping a generic hub onto the design area. c) Select Connections from the bottom left-hand corner. Choose a Copper Straight-through cable type. Click the first host, PC0, and assign the cable to the FastEthernet connector. Click the hub, Hub0, and select a connection port, Port 0, to connect to PC0. d) Repeat Step c for the second PC, PC1, to connect the PC to Port 1 on the hub. *There should be green dots at both ends of each cable connection. If not, check the cable type selected.

Step 2: Configure host names and IP addresses on the PCs
a) Click PC0. A PC0 window will appear. b) From the PC0 window, select the Config tab. Change the PC Display Name to PC-A. (An error message window will appear warning that changing the device name may affect scoring of the activity. Ignore this error message.) Select the FastEthernet tab on the left and add the IP address of 192.168.1.1 and subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Close the PC-A configuration window by selecting the x in the upper righthand corner. c) Click PC1.

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CCNA Discovery Networking for Home and Small Businesses v4.0: Connecting to the Network

d) Select the Config tab. Change the PC Display Name to PC-B. Select the FastEthernet tab on the left and add the IP address of 192.168.1.2 and subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Close the PC-B configuration window.

Step 3: Observe the flow of data from PC-A to PC-B by creating network traffic a) Switch to Simulation mode by selecting the tab that is partially hidden behind the Realtime tab in the bottom right-hand corner. The tab has the icon of a stopwatch on it. b) Click the Edit Filters button in the Edit List Filters area. Clicking the Edit Filters button will create a pop-up window. In the pop-up window, click the Show All/None box to deselect every filter. Select just the ARP and ICMP filters. c) Select a Simple PDU by clicking the closed envelope on the right vertical toolbar. Move your cursor to the display area of your screen. Click PC-A to establish the source. Move your cursor to PC-B and click to establish the destination. **Notice that two envelopes are now positioned beside PC-A. One...

Links: s GUI. b) On the Basic Setup page, examine the DHCP Server Setting configuration. Is DHCP enabled? c) Click the Wireless tab. d) Examine the information under the Wireless tab. What is the SSID? Does it match the SSID configured on the client?
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CCNA Discovery Networking for Home and Small Businesses v4.0: Troubleshooting Your Network
e) Click the Wireless Security submenu. f) Examine the security settings. Is WEP enabled? Does the key match the key configured on the client?
Step 5: Make any necessary configuration changes on the Wireless Clients
a) Using the Config tab, make any necessary configuration changes to the wireless PC. b) Using the Web Browser within the Desktop tab, connect to ciscolearn.more.com to verify that the configuration changes resolved the problem. c) Click the Check Results button at the bottom of the instruction window to check your work.
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