LAB 2 Essay

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LAB Network Documentation 2 Introduction In this lab, you will learn how to use various tools and techniques to determine and document IP network design. You will use the Windows Command Prompt to generate network traffic; Wireshark to capture and analyze the generated traffic; PuTTY to remotely access the Cisco Switch; and finally, you will issue IOS commands on the Cisco Switch to understand its various interfaces and inner workings. Learning Objectives Upon completing this lab, you will be able to: • Develop a plan for identifying and documenting the logical IP network design and IP addressing schema based on data collected from Lab #1 • Use PuTTY to establish Telnet and SSH to the IP addresses of the identified…show more content…
You will use this information to complete the deliverables for this lab. FIGURE 2.3 Windows Command Prompt window 7. Repeat step 6 for the following IP addresses to create a packet stream for Wireshark. • 172.30.0.2 • 172.16.8.1 • 172.17.0.2 • 172.16.0.2 • 172.19.0.1 • 172.19.0.2 8. Minimize the Windows Command Prompt window. 9. Double-click the PuTTY icon on the desktop to start the PuTTY application. Note: The next steps use PuTTY, a terminal emulator program that you can use as a client to create a variety of secure connections to network resources. This lab uses it to create Telnet and SSH sessions. Hands-On Steps 21 10. In the PuTTY application window, type the IP address for LAN Switch 1, 172.16.8.5. Select the Telnet radio button and click the Open button to start the connection. FIGURE 2.4 PuTTY application window 2 a. Username: cisco b. Password: cisco FIGURE 2.5 PuTTY terminal console window Network Documentation 11. PuTTY will launch a terminal console window. At the login prompt, type the following: 22 LAB #2 | Network Documentation Note: The next steps involve using the Cisco IOS show command to obtain network documentation information from the interface you’ve connected to (LAN Switch 1). Cisco IOS is a package of routing, switching, and networking commands integrated with a Cisco-specific operating system, of which the show command

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