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CCNA 1 Skills Exam
As the network administrator for a small company, you have been asked to
setup the network. The company received the major IP address 192.168.98.0.
You are instructed to subnet the address to allow for 5 networks with at
least 25 host on each network. Router_A will be providing the clocking
signal for the network.
Subnetting 1. How many bits will you need to borrow?
2. How many usable networks will be created?
3. How many usable host will be created on each network?
Addressing the topology 4. The LAN on Router_A will be assigned the first usable subnet address.
What is the network ID for this subnet?
5. The gateway for the Router_A LAN will be the first usable host address
in the range. What is the address of the gateway?
6. The WAN connection between Router_A and Router_B will be assigned the
third usable subnet address. What is the network ID for this subnet? 7. The LAN on Router_B will be assigned the fifth usable subnet address.
What is the network ID for this subnet?
8. The gateway for the Router_B LAN will be the first usable host address
in the range. What is the address of the gateway?
Configure the workstations 9. The workstation attached to the Router_A LAN will be assigned the
eighth usable host address in the range. What address will be assigned
this workstation?
10. The workstation attached to the Router_B LAN will be assigned the
sixth usable host address in the range. What address will be assigned
this workstation?
Testing connectivity 11. From the workstation attached to Router_A, ping the local loopback
address. What address did you ping?
12. From the workstation attached to Router_A, ping the default gateway of
Router_A. Was the ping successful?
13. From the workstation attached to Router_A, ping the host attached to
Router_B. Was the ping successful?
14. From the workstation attached to Router_B, ping the local loopback
address. What address did you ping?
15. From the workstation attached to Router_B, ping the default gateway of
Router_B. Was the ping successful?
16. From the workstation attached to Router_B, ping the host attached to
Router_A. Was the ping successful?
Console connections 17. Connect the console cable from the workstation attached Router_A to
Router_A. Establish a HyperTerminal session with the router.
18. Connect the console cable from the workstation attached Router_B to
Router_B. Establish a HyperTerminal session with the router.
Troubleshooting - Two to three problems will be created on your network. 19. Describe the problems that you discovered in the network and identify
which layers of the OSI Model the problem was related to. ----------------------- Router_B E0 E0 S0 S0
Router_A
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