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  Faculty of Computer Studies Course Code: T216A Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part A Tutor Marked Assignment Cut-Off Date: December 12, 2015 Total Marks:100 Contents Question 1 (18 marks)…………..………………………………………..………… 2 Question 2 (12 marks)

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مُساهمةموضوع: Faculty of Computer Studies Course Code: T216A Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part A Tutor Marked Assignment Cut-Off Date: December 12, 2015 Total Marks:100 Contents Question 1 (18 marks)…………..………………………………………..………… 2 Question 2 (12 marks)   الأربعاء نوفمبر 11, 2015 2:27 am




Faculty of Computer Studies
Course Code: T216A
Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part A
Tutor Marked Assignment

Cut-Off Date: December 12, 2015 Total Marks:100

Contents
Question 1 (18 marks)…………..………………………………………..………… 2
Question 2 (12 marks)…………………..………………..…………………………. 2
Question 3 (19 marks)………..……………………………………..……………… 3
Question 4 (16 marks)……………………..………………..……………………… 5
Question 5 (17 marks)………………………..………………..…………………… 6
Question 6 (13 marks)………………………..………………..…………………… 10
Question 7 (5 marks)..………..……………………………………..……………… 13

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Introduction
This assignment has 6 questions. This assignment covers: all chapters of CCNA 1 “R&S: Introduction to Networks” and Chapters 1 to 3 of CCNA2 “R&S: Routing and switching essentials”. You should submit your completed assignment through the AOU's Learning Management System (AOULMS).

Few important points about this assignment:
• Write your name, your personal identifier and the assignment number at the top of every sheet.
• You should submit the packet tracer file if required.
• The weighting of this assignment is 20%.
• The cut-off date is:

Question 1 (18 marks)
The marks of this question are based on the scores you obtain in the Cisco Introduction to Networks chapters’ exam; these exams are found in the Cisco Academy website.

There are 11 chapter exams for this question; all the exams have the same weight and are over 100. The tutor will download the grade of the exams from the Cisco website after the cut-off date.


Note 1: The average score is over 18.
Note 2: This table is for your own information; you can use the following formula to calculate your own average score for this question: [∑tests/1100]*18
∑tests = test1+ test2+…+test11
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Average score
over 18


Question 2 (12 marks)
The mark for this question is based on the score you obtain in the Cisco Introduction to Networks final exam. You should submit the score show in your gradebook and calculate the average score as the answer to this question.

Note: The average score is over 12
Note2: Use the following formula to calculate your average score:[test/100]*12


Question 3 (19 marks)
This question allows you to demonstrate your understanding of the different number bases associated with CCNA1. In order to obtain the full mark you must provide the details. You might use a calculator to check that your answers are correct, however it will be very useful for you to be able to manipulate these numbers without the use of a calculator as the calculator Is not allowed in the Cisco final exam nor in the MTA or Final exam.

a. Convert each of the following binary numbers (in dotted binary form) to dotted decimal as shown in IP addressing chapter 8. You must show the details of the conversion of each number. (3.75 marks)

• 11000000.10101010.11101001.00010001
Note: marks will be allocated for the steps and details of the conversion for all the bytes; if you just provide the final result without the steps and details you will only be awarded 1 mark for the this question.

b. Convert the following dotted decimal numbers to dotted binary form as shown in IP addressing chapter 8. You must show the details of the conversion of each number.
(3.75 marks)

• 207.101.19.33
Note: marks will be allocated for the steps and details of the conversion for all the bytes; if you just provide the final result without the steps and details you will only be awarded 1 mark for the this question.
Note2: the byte should always be presented in 8 bits even if it starts with one or more "0"
(zero).

c. Find the decimal result of ANDing the two decimal numbers as shown in IP addressing chapter 8. The decimal/binary conversion need to be shown; remember to show your working for the ANDing function.(2.5 marks)

• 177 AND 232
Note: most of the marks will be allocated for the steps and details of calculation; if you just provide the final result without the steps and details you will only be awarded 0.75 marks for the this question.
Note2: the final result should be expressed in decimal.


d. Convert following hexadecimal number to decimal number as shown in IP addressing chapter 8. Remember that you should convert from hexadecimal to binary then from binary to decimal. You must show the details. (2.5 marks)

• 9C
Note: most of the marks will be allocated for the steps and details of calculation; if you just provide the final result without the steps and details you will only be awarded 0.75 marks for the this question.
Note2: the final result should be expressed in decimal.

e. Convert following decimal number to hexadecimal number as shown in IP addressing chapter 8. Remember that you should convert from decimal to binary then from binary to hexadecimal. You must show the details. (2.5 marks)

• 210
Note: most of the marks will be allocated for the steps and details of calculation; if you just provide the final result without the steps and details you will only be awarded 0.75 marks for the this question.
Note2: the final result should be expressed in hexadecimal

f. This question is related to IPv6 (4 marks)

i. Re-write the IPv6 address in a way to reduce the size (compressed) as mentioned in section 8.2.2 of IP addressing chapter 8. (refer to the activity of section 8.2.2.5) (2 marks)

I. 216A:0AOU:7000:0000:0000:0001:0000:10CD
II. FE80:5000:0000:0000:0037:0000:0000:A001

ii. Subnetting an IPv6 network (this question is based on the chapter 9.3.1.3 of CCNA1 "Introduction to networks") (2 marks)

Subnet the following IPv6 network (2001:AOU:216A:FFFF:/64) in order to have at least 9 networks; remember that you should submit on nibble boundaries ( a nibble is 4 bits)
Note: List the new subnets with their new prefix


Question 4 (16 marks)

This question covers subnetting networks covered in chapters8 “IP addressing” & 9 “Subnetting IP network”

a. Figure A shows the design of a network that is going to be implemented.(14 marks)




The details of the topology of the network are as follows:
• Net 1 LAN “Employee LAN”: has 30 PCs and 30 VoIP phones connected to 3 Switches*.
• Net 2 LAN “Server Farm LAN”: has 10 Servers connected to 1 Switch*.
• Net 3 LAN:“Admin LAN”: has 25 PCs and 3 Network printers connected to 1 Switch*.
• Net 4 LAN “Freelance LAN”: can accommodate at the same time up to 12 Laptops and 12 wireless devices connected to 1 access point*.
• Net 5 LAN “Wireless network”: can accommodate at the same time up to 20 Smart devices connected to 1 access point*
• Net 6 WAN: router 1 “R1” is directly connected to router 4 “R4”.
• Net 7 WAN: router 1 “R1” is directly connected to router 2 “R2”.
• Net 8 WAN: router 1 “R1” is directly connected to router 3 “R3”.

* the switches and access points should be accessed remotely.

Subnet the address block 180.18.0.0/23 as appropriate to provide an efficient use of the addresses but at the same time providing sufficient addresses for all groups and links. Before you start determining the number of hosts for each network, please read the “Important Notes” section here after.

Design an addressing scheme for the company by completing a copy of Table 1.
You should complete one row for each different LAN/WAN links and use 180.18.0.0/23 as your starting address. You should use subnet 0.

Important Notes:
• An IP address should be assigned to each switch in order to be able to configure/access it remotely.
• An IP address should be assigned to the access point in order to be able to configure/access it remotely.
• Your choices should make the most economical use of the address range
• You are not expected to send in a packet tracer file or to simulate the network in any way. You just need to copy and complete Table 1
• You can change the order to the Name of the LAN/WAN in table 1

Name of LAN/WAN Network (subnet) address Address range Broadcast address Subnet mask
Net 1
Net 2
Net 3
Net 4
Net 5
Net 6
Net 7
Net 8
Table 1 to be completed

b. From the address block 180.18.0.0/23 used in part a list all the unused subnets. (2 marks)

Question 5 (17 marks)

This question allows you to demonstrate your ability to program a network of Cisco switches using packet tracer. The Packet tracer file for this question is T216AFA15TMA01Q5.pkt will be found on the AOULMS (Moodle).

Configuration
Configure your network as shown in figure B using (Command Line Interface) instructions. Your configuration should be complete as possible.


Note1: the Packet Tracer file should be returned to a special forum which will be specified by your tutor.
Note2: the packet tracer “configuration function” has been disabled so you will have to configure the routers through the CLI as if you were accessing them via the console interface or via telnet.
Note3: do not forget to save the running configuration to the start-up configuration


Topology Diagram

Addressing Table
Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway
S1_XXXXXX VLAN1 192.168.1.10 255.255.255.128 N/A
S2_XXXXXX VLAN1 192.168.1.11 255.255.255.128 N/A
PC-1 NIC 192.168.1.31 255.255.255.128 N/A
PC-2 NIC 192.168.1.32 255.255.255.128 N/A
Table 2

Note: XXXXXX is your ID (6 digits)

Objectives
Put in practice what you have learned in Chapter 2 of CCNA-1: Introduction to Networks
• Perform basic device configuration task on switches S1 and S2
• Configure IP addressing setting on all network devices.
• Verify Layer 3 connectivity.

A. Perform basic device configuration on the switches (8 marks)

Configure switches S1 and S2 according to the following guidelines:
• Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table 2)
• Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “AOU_xxxxxx”
• Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner for examples: “Only authorized personnel are allowed to access the device” or “This is a secure system. Authorized Access only” or “Legal action will be pursued for any unauthorized use”.
• Configure a password for console connections. “T216A”
• Configure a password for vty connections; the password should be your first name
• Encrypt password display

Note: The switch should include your ID, example S1_123456
Note2: the privileged password should include your ID, example AOU_123456
Note3: do not forget to save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: "copy running-config startup-config"

* The banner message should never welcome someone to the device. It should detail that only authorized personnel are allowed to access the device.


List in the beneath tables the commands you used for each switch

The commands should include the command prompt as seen on the switch for example:
• S1_123456(config-if)#ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 (this is correct)
• ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 (this is incorrect)

Switch S1
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table 3)
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “AOU_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “T216A”
Configure a password for vty connections.
“the password should be your first name”
Encrypt password display

Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: “copy running-config startup-config”
Note2: include the print screen of the configuration of S1





Switch S2
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table 3)
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “AOU_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “T216A”
Configure a password for vty connections.
“the password should be your first name”
Encrypt password display

Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: “copy running-config startup-config”


B. Configure the Switch Virtual interface on the two switches (S1 and S2)
(Refer to table 2) (4 marks)
List, in the beneath table, the commands you used for each switch; the commands should include the command prompt.
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the management interface on S1
Configure the management interface on S2

Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: “copy running-config startup-config”
Note2: include the print screen of the configuration of S2


C. Configure the PC1 and PC2 Ethernet interfaces. (Refer to table 2) (1.5 marks)
You should use the following command in the command prompt section to configure the Ethernet interfaces of the PCs and laptops:

ipconfig ip_address subnet_mask

example: ipconfig 199.17.99.10 255.255.255.128


A print screen of the configuration done for each Ethernet interface should be included.


D. Test the connectivity between all the devices (all devices should be able to ping all the other devices) (1.5 marks)

Include a print screen of the result for each step (0.5 marks for each step)
Step 1: from PC1 ping S1
Step 2: from PC1 ping S2
Step 3: from PC1 ping PC2

Note: the ping should be successful for all the steps


E. Document the Configuration of switch S1 and Switch S2 (2 marks)

On each device, issue the show run command and capture the configurations.

Note: the result should be included in the assignment (for the two switches)


Question 6 (13 marks)

This question allows you to demonstrate your ability to program a network of Cisco routers using packet tracer. The Packet tracer file for this question is T216AFA15TMA01Q6.pkt will be found on the AOULMS (Moodle).

Configuration
Configure your network as shown in figure C using (Command Line Interface) instructions. Your configuration should be complete as possible.


Note1: the Packet Tracer file should be returned to a special forum which will be specified by your tutor.
Note2: the packet tracer “configuration function” has been disabled so you will have to configure the routers through the CLI as if you were accessing them via the console interface or via telnet.
Note3: do not forget to save the running configuration to the start-up configuration


Topology Diagram

Addressing Table
Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway
R1_XXXXXX Fa0/0 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Fa0/1 172.16.0.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Fa1/0 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128 N/A
PC1 NIC 10.0.0.10 255.255.255.0 10.0.0.1
PC2 NIC 172.16.0.10 255.255.255.0 172.16.0.1
PC2 NIC 192.168.10.10 255.255.255.128 192.168.10.1
Table 3

Note: XXXXXX is your ID (6 digits)

Objectives
Put in practice what you have learned in Chapter 6 of CCNA-1: Introduction to Networks
• Perform basic device configuration task on a router.
• Configure IP addressing setting on all router interfaces.
• Verify Layer 3 connectivity.

A. Perform basic device configuration on the router and switches (4.5 marks)

Configure router R1 according to the following guidelines:
• Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table 3)
• Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “SECTA_xxxxxx”
• Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner for examples: “Only authorized personnel are allowed to access the device” or “This is a secure system. Authorized Access only” or “Legal action will be pursued for any unauthorized use”.
• Configure a password for console connections. “possible”
• Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “twist”
• Configure a password for vty connections; the password should be your first name
• Encrypt password display

Note: The router should include your ID, example routerR1_123456
Note2: the privileged password should include your ID, example SECTA_123456
Note3: do not forget to save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: "copy running-config startup-config"

* The banner message should never welcome someone to the device. It should detail that only authorized personnel are allowed to access the device.
List in the beneath tables the commands you used for the router device.

The commands should include the command prompt as seen on the router for example:
• R1_123456(config-if)#ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 (this is correct)
• ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 (this is incorrect)
Router R1
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table 3)
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “SECTA_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “possible”
Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “twist”
Configure a password for vty connections.
“the password should be your first name”
Encrypt password display
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: “copy running-config startup-config”


B. Configure the router interfaces (Refer to table 3) (4.5 marks)
List, in the beneath table, the commands you used for router R1; the commands should include the command prompt.
Task Specification Command(s)
Configure interface Fa0/0 • Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. (Refer to the Addressing Table 3 for IPv4 address information.)
• Set the description
• Activate interface
Configure interface Fa0/1 • Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. (Refer to the Addressing Table 3 for IPv4 address information.
• Set the description
• Activate interface
Configure interface Fa1/0 • Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. (Refer to the Addressing Table 3 for IPv4 address information.
• Set the description
• Activate interface
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command: “copy running-config startup-config”
Note2: include the print screen of the configuration of interface Fa1/0

C. Configure the PC1, PC2 and PC3 Ethernet interfaces. (Refer to table 3) (1.5 marks)
You should use the following command in the command prompt section to configure the Ethernet interfaces of the PCs and laptops:

ipconfig ip_address subnet_maskdefault gateway_address

example: ipconfig 199.17.99.10 255.255.255.128 199.17.99.1

A print screen of the configuration done for each Ethernet interface should be included.


D. Test the connectivity between all the devices (all devices should be able to ping all the other devices) (1.5 marks)

Include a print screen of the result for each step (0.5 marks for each step)
Step 1: from PC1 ping Interface Fa0/0
Step 2: from PC1 ping PC2
Step 3: from PC1 ping PC3
Note: the ping should be successful for all the steps


E. Document the Configuration of router R1 (1 mark)

On each device, issue the show run command and capture the configurations.

Note: the result should be included in the assignment

Question 7 (5 marks)

The marks of this question are based on the scores you obtain in the Cisco Routing and switching essentials chapters 1 to 3; these exams are found in the Cisco Academy website.

There are 3 chapter exams for this question; all the exams have the same weight and are over 100. The tutor will download the grade of the exams from the Cisco website after the cut-off date.

Note 1: The average score is over 5
Note 2: This table is for your own information; you can use the following formula to calculate your own average score for this question: [∑tests/300]*5
∑tests = test1+ test2+test3
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Average score over 5


End of Question

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