CCNA 2 Skills-Based Assessment

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CCNA 2 Skills-Based Assessment Student name _____________________ Date _________________ Start time
____________ Circle one:
Location: Anniston or Boaz Circle one:
Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Anniston 3 192.168.3.0 /24 192.168.3.1 3
Instructor provided information: (given by the teacher/instructor)
The WAN IP network address is 192.168.3.0 with a subnet mask of
255.255.255.0 (but take the less bit's nececcary for your subnets)
The local LAN has been assigned an IP network address of
14.38.20.0
Each subnet of the above network needs to accommodate 14 host addresses.
Use the 3th usable subnet for the LAN. Do not use subnet zero as the first
subnet.
The IGRP AS number is 3.
14 hosts ( 2^4 = 16 (-2 not usable) ( 14 usable ip's ( 4 bits to use : 192.168.3.16 is the first usable subnet
This exam will occur in stages. Each element is a set of instructions that
needs to be accomplished.
The instructor will initial each task as it is completed. Proceed to the
next task only after the instructor has approved the current task.
The six elements of this exam are:
1. Basic planning
2. Security planning
3. Cabling
4. Basic configuration
5. Security configuration
6. Troubleshooting The scenario is that Gadsden (GAD) is regional headquarters of the company.
Anniston and Boaz are branch offices. Each network associate (student) will
be responsible for a single branch office. The internetwork team leader
(instructor) is responsible for the regional router (GAD). A network
address and specific number of hosts per subnet has been assigned for the
local LAN. From the instructor provided information, the subnet address,
the subnet mask, the first and last usable addresses, and the broadcast
address for each site's LAN need to be determined.
CCNA 2 Hands-on Version Assignment
Router Segment Final Version |Router segment|Final |Wan network |Gad router |Igrp as |
| |version |address |interface address | |
| |number | | | |
|Anniston |1 |192.168.1.0 /24 |192.168.1.1 |1 |
|Anniston |2 |192.168.2.0 /24 |192.168.2.1 |2 |
|Anniston |3 |192.168.3.0 /24 |192.168.3.1 |3 |
|Anniston |4 |192.168.4.0 /24 |192.168.4.1 |4 |
|Anniston |5 |192.168.5.0 /24 |192.168.5.1 |5 |
|Anniston |6 |192.168.6.0 /24 |192.168.6.1 |6 |
|Anniston |7 |192.168.7.0 /24 |192.168.7.1 |7 |
|Anniston |8 |192.168.8.0 /24 |192.168.8.1 |8 |
|Anniston |9 |192.168.9.0 /24 |192.168.9.1 |9 |
|Anniston |10 |192.168.10.0 /24|192.168.10.1 |10 |
|Boaz |1 |192.168.1.101 |192.168.101.1 |101 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |2 |192.168.2.102 |192.168.102.1 |102 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |3 |192.168.3.103 |192.168.103.1 |103 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |4 |192.168.4.104/24|192.168.104.1 |104 |
|Boaz |5 |192.168.5.105 |192.168.105.1 |105 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |6 |192.168.6.106 |192.168.106.1 |106 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |7 |192.168.7.107 |192.168.107.1 |107 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |8 |192.168.8.108 |192.168.108.1 |108 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |9 |192.168.9.109 |192.168.109.1 |109 |
| | |/24 | | |
|Boaz |10 |192.168.10.110 |192.168.110.1 |110 |
| | |/24 | | |
Step 1: Basic Planning Time: 20 minutes Points __________________
Using the chart below, plan the first 10 usable subnets of the LAN network
address that was provided by the instructor. |Subnet |Subnet |Subnetmask (/X) |First host |Last host |broadcast |
| |address | | | | |
|1 |14.38.20.0 |/16 |14.38.20.1 |14.38.20.14 |14.38.20.15 |
|2 |14.38.10.16 |/16 |14.38.10.17|14.38.10.30 |14.38.10.31 |
|3 |14.38.10.32 |/16 |14.38.10.33|14.38.10.46 |14.38.10.47 |
|4 |14.38.10.48 |/16 |14.38.10.49|14.38.10.62 |14.38.10.63 |
|5 |14.38.10.64 |/16 |14.38.10.65|14.38.10.78 |14.38.10.79 |
|6 |14.38.10.80 |/16 |14.38.10.81|14.38.10.94 |14.38.10.95 |
|7 |14.38.10.96 |/16 |14.38.10.97|14.38.10.110|14.38.10.111|
|8 |14.38.10.112|/16 |14.38.10.11|14.38.10.126|14.38.10.127|
| | | |3 | | |
|9 |14.38.10.128|/16 |14.38.10.12|14.38.10.142|14.38.10.143|
| | | |9 | | |
|10 |14.38.10.144|/16 |14.38.10.14|14.38.10.156|14.38.10.159|
| | | |5 | | |
The WAN interface of GAD is assigned the lowest usable address in the
subnetwork. Identify and use the second lowest usable WAN address for the S0, or S0/0,
interface of the assigned router 192.168.3.2 For security reasons, the IP
addresses of the assigned subnet are split in two groups. The production
workstations will be assigned the lower half of the IP addresses. The
network devices and management stations will be assigned the upper half of
the IP addresses. The Ethernet router interface is to be assigned the
highest usable address.
Identify the required IP address of the Ethernet interface on the assigned
router.
14.38.10.33 (based on exam version number and subnet assignment)
The host configurations must also be planned. Using the chart below,
complete the host information.
Branch: Anniston or Boaz
IP address range 3th subnet : from ip 14.38.10.33 to ip 14.38.10.46 + 1
broadcastaddress
ip Bytes bits
So ( 14.38.10.33 ( 14.38.10. 00010001
14.38.10.34 ( 14.38.10. 00010010
14.38.10.35 ( 14.38.10. 00010011
14.38.10.36 ( 14.38.10. 00010100
14.38.10.37 ( 14.38.10. 00010101
14.38.10.38 ( 14.38.10. 00010110
14.38.10.39 ( 14.38.10. 00010111
14.38.10.40 ( 14.38.10. 00011000
14.38.10.41 ( 14.38.10. 00011001
14.38.10.42 ( 14.38.10. 00011010
14.38.10.43 ( 14.38.10. 00011011
14.38.10.44 ( 14.38.10. 00011100
14.38.10.45 ( 14.38.10. 00011101
14.38.10.46 ( 14.38.10. 00011110
14.38.10.47 ( 14.38.10. 00011111 (this is broadcast and don't count
for ip-address) Production Host Range(Lower half) ip Bytes bits
So ( 14.38.10.33 ( 14.38.10. 00010001
14.38.10.34 ( 14.38.10. 00010010
14.38.10.35 ( 14.38.10. 00010011
14.38.10.36 ( 14.38.10. 00010100
14.38.10.37 ( 14.38.10. 00010101
14.38.10.38 ( 14.38.10. 00010110
14.38.10.39 ( 14.38.10. 00010111 Management Host Range(Upper half)
ip Bytes bits
So ( 14.38.10.40 ( 14.38.10. 00011000
14.38.10.41 ( 14.38.10. 00011001
14.38.10.42 ( 14.38.10. 00011010
14.38.10.43 ( 14.38.10. 00011011
14.38.10.44 ( 14.38.10. 00011100
14.38.10.45 ( 14.38.10. 00011101
14.38.10.46 ( 14.38.10. 00011110
14.38.10.47 ( 14.38.10. 00011111
Production Host (take the first usable ip address)
IP address 14.38.10.34 ( coz 14.38.10.33 is for the fastethernet interface
of the LAN router
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.3.2
Management Host
IP address 14.38.10.40
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.3.2
Step 2: Security Planning Time: 30 minutes Points __________________
There are several security concerns in the internetwork. Develop Access
Control Lists (ACLs) to
address security issues. The following are the concerns: putting up your EIGRP: Because some routers of sisco aren't all the same they don't all support
IGRP that's why you have to use RIP or EIGRP. EIGRP you could use the same
as IGRP!
I shose EIGRP ( ( enable
( router1#config t
( (config-f)#router1 eigrp 25 ((this number is for your autonomisch system
( if you have more than 1 access-list you have more routers to configure
you have to put each time the same number!)
( (config-router)# network 14.38.10.0
( (config-router)# network 192.168.3.0 This you do also for your GAD router! But only these: ( (config-f)#router1 eigrp 25
( (config-router)# network 192.168.3.0 ( this is because you have only to
make the left or the right part of the network construction. You have or
Anniston or Boaz so you don't have to be able to ping from a pc of the
subnet of boaz to a pc of the subnet of Anniston.
1. The company has an Intranet Web server host that all systems can reach
at IP address 172.16.0.1 with only HTTP access. No other protocols will be
permitted to this site.
2. The company also has a server pool in the 209.0.0.0/24 network. The
server pool addresses are divided in half. The servers in the upper half of
the address range are reachable only by management hosts using all possible
IP protocols. The servers in the upper half of the address range are not
reachable by production hosts using all IP protocols The servers in the
lower half of the address range are reachable by all LAN hosts using all
possible IP protocols. The
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