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  Faculty of Computer Studies Course Code: T216B Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part B Tutor Marked Assignment Cut-Off Date: April 30, 2016 Total Marks: 100 Contents Question 1 (13marks)……………..………………………………………..……… 2 Question 2 (14marks)……………

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مُساهمةموضوع: Faculty of Computer Studies Course Code: T216B Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part B Tutor Marked Assignment Cut-Off Date: April 30, 2016 Total Marks: 100 Contents Question 1 (13marks)……………..………………………………………..……… 2 Question 2 (14marks)……………   الأربعاء أبريل 06, 2016 7:03 pm




Faculty of Computer Studies
Course Code: T216B
Course Title: Cisco Networking (CCNA) part B
Tutor Marked Assignment

Cut-Off Date: April 30, 2016 Total Marks: 100

Contents
Question 1 (13marks)……………..………………………………………..……… 2
Question 2 (14marks)……………………..………………..……………………… 2
Question 3 (67 marks)………………………..………………..…………………… 3
Question 4(6 marks)……………………..………………..………………………17

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Introduction
This assignment has 4 questions. This assignment covers: all chapters of CCNA 3 “R&S Scaling networks” and Chapters 1 to 3 of CCNA 4 “R&S Connecting Networks”. 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: April 30, 2016

Question 1 (13 marks)
The marks of this question are based on the scores you obtain in the Cisco Scaling networks chapters’ exam; these exams are found in the Cisco Academy website.

There are 9 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 13
Note 2: Use This table is for your own information; you can use the following formula to calculate your own average score for this question:[∑tests/900]*13
∑tests = test1+ test2+…+test9

Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Average score
over 13


Question 2 (14 marks)
The mark for this question is based on the score you obtain in the Cisco Scaling networks final exam.

The tutor will download the grade of the exams from the Cisco website after the cut-off date

Note: The average score is over 14
Note2: Use the following formula to calculate your average score: [test/100]*14


Question 3 (67 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 T216BFA15TMA01Q3.pkt will be found on the AOULMS (Moodle).

Configuration
Configure your network as shown in figure 1 using (Command Line Interface) instructions. Your configuration should be complete as possible.

Topology Diagram

Learning Objectives
To complete this question:
• Configure Device Basic Settings
• Configure LAN Redundancy and Link Aggregation
• Configure EIGRP Dynamic Routing Protocol
• Verify Network Connectivity and HSRP Configuration
• Document the configuration

Scenario
This question tests your skills and knowledge that you learned in CCNA level 3. You are asked to configure the switches to support IPv4 connectivity and LAN redundancy. You will then an LCAP EtherChannel, verify connectivity and document the configuration.

Addressing Table

Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway
R1_xxxxxx G0/1 192.168.5.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
S0/0/0 142.42.0.1 255.255.255.252 N/A
Lo1 172.27.1.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Lo2 172.27.2.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Lo3 172.27.3.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
R2_xxxxxx S0/0/0 142.42.0.2 255.255.255.252 N/A
S0/0/1 142.42.0.5 255.255.255.252 N/A
Lo0 209.165.200.225 255.255.255.248 N/A
R3_xxxxxx G0/1 192.168.5.3 255.255.255.0 N/A
S0/0/1 172.27.123.6 255.255.255.252 N/A
Lo4 172.27.4.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Lo5 172.27.5.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
Lo6 172.27.6.1 255.255.255.0 N/A
S1_xxxxxx VLAN 1 192.168.5.11 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
S2_xxxxxx VLAN 1 192.168.5.12 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
S3_xxxxxx VLAN 1 192.168.5.13 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
PC-A NIC 192.168.5.21 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
PC-B NIC 192.168.5.22 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
PC-C NIC 192.168.5.23 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.2
Table A

Note: XXXXXX is your ID (6 digits)
Note2: the interfaces of the PCs and the servers are already configured.
Part 1. Configure Device basic setting. (12 marks)
Configure routers and switches according to the following guidelines:
• Configure the hostname* (the hostname of the switch should be as follow R1_XXXXXX for
router R1 where XXXXXX is your AOU short ID)
• Disable DNS lookup.
• Configure an encrypted privileged EXEC password. "A216B_XXXXXX”
• Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner for example: “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. “salking@”
• Configure synchronous logging.
• Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “he7lo”
• Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”

* the router or switches should include your ID, for example: for Switch1: S1_120567; for Router1 R1_120567

List in the beneath tables the commands you used for each devices (routers and switches).

The commands should include the command prompt as seen on the router 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)

Step 1: Configure Router R1.(2 marks)
Router R1
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_XXXXXX”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “he7lo”
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”


Step 2: Configure Router R2.(2 marks)
Router R2
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_XXXXXX”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “he7lo”
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”



Step 3: Configure Router R3.(2 marks)

Router R3
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_XXXXXX”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for auxiliary connections. “he7lo”
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”




Step 4: Configure Switch S1.(2 marks)
Switch S1
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Encrypt password display
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”




Step 5: Configure Switch S2.(2 marks)
Switch S2
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Encrypt password display
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”


Step 6: Configure Switch S3.(2 marks)
Switch S3
Tasks Command(s)
Configure the hostname* (as mentioned in table A)
Disable DNS lookup.
Configure a secure the privileged EXEC access using the following password “A216B_xxxxxx”
Configure a valid* message-of-the-day banner
Configure a password for console connections. “salking@”
Configure synchronous logging
Configure a password for vty connections. “partible#”
Encrypt password display
Note: Save the running configuration to the startup configuration using the following command:
“copy running-config startup-config”


Part 2. Devices Interface configuration (15marks)
List in the beneath tables the commands you used for each router

Step 1. Configure R1 interfaces (3.25 marks)
Router R1
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Interface G0/1 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Activate interface
Interface S0/0/0 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Set a clocking rate of 800000.
• Activate interface
Interface Lo1 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.
Interface Lo2 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.
Interface Lo3 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.


Step 2. Configure R2 interfaces (2.75 marks)
Router R2
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Interface S0/0/0 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Activate interface
Interface S0/0/1 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Set a clocking rate of 800000.
• Activate interface
Interface Lo0 (Simulated Internet connection) Set the description.
Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address to 209.165.200.225/29.
Default route Configure a default route out Lo0.


Step 3. Configure R3 interfaces (3 marks)
Router R3
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Interface G0/1 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Activate interface
Interface S0/0/1 • Set the description
• Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to Table A for IPv4 address information.
• Activate interface
Interface Lo4 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.
Interface Lo5 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.
Interface Lo6 Set the Layer 3 IPv4 address. Refer to the Addressing Table for IPv4 address information.



Step 4. Configure S1 virtual interface(2 marks)
Switch S1
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Assign an IPv4 address to the default SVI Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
Use VLAN1 as a virtual interface
Assign the default-gateway. Refer to table A
Force trunking on all interfaces connected to S2 and S3. Use VLAN 1 as the native VLAN.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Disable the Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) on all other ports. (ports should be in access mode) Make sure ports are configured as access ports.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Shutdown all unused ports. Make sure that all unused ports are shut down.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition

Step 5. Configure S2 virtual interface(2 marks)
Switch S2
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Assign an IPv4 address to the default SVI Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
Use VLAN1 as a virtual interface
Assign the default-gateway. Refer to table A
Force trunking on all interfaces connected to S1 and S3. Use VLAN 1 as the native VLAN.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Disable the Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) on all other ports. (ports should be in access mode) Make sure ports are configured as access ports.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Shutdown all unused ports. Make sure that all unused ports are shut down.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition


Step 6. Configure S3 virtual interface (2 marks)
Switch S3
Configuration Item or Task Specification Command(s)
Assign an IPv4 address to the default SVI Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
Use VLAN1 as a virtual interface
Assign the default-gateway. Refer to table A
Force trunking on all interfaces connected to S1 and S2. Use VLAN 1 as the native VLAN.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Disable the Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) on all other ports. (ports should be in access mode) Make sure ports are configured as access ports.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition
Shutdown all unused ports. Make sure that all unused ports are shut down.
Note: you can use the "interface range" command to avoid repetition



Part 3. Configure IPv4 addresses on PCs and connectivity verification (4 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 default_gateway_address

Example: ipconfig 192.168.10.10 255.255.255.0 192.168.10.1

Include the print screen of the configuration for each PC and the result of the ping (1/2 mark per print screen)



• Configure IPV4 addresses on PCs and connectivity verification
Configuration Item or Task Specification
Configure static IPv4 address information on PC-A. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
From PC-A ping the router R1 interface g0/1. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information
Configure static IPv4 address information on PC-B Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
From PC-B ping the switch S1 virtual interface. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
From PC-B ping the switch S2 virtual interface. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
Configure static IPv4 address information on PC-C Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
From PC-C ping the router R3 interface g0/1. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.
From PC-C ping the switch S3 virtual interface. Refer to table A for IPv4 address information.

Part 4. Configure LAN Redundancy and Link Aggregation (14 marks)
Step 1. Configure Spanning tree on S1 (3 marks)
Switch S1
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
Configure Rapid PVST+. cf chapter 2, CCNA3
Configure as secondary root bridge for VLAN 1. cf chapter 2, CCNA3
Configure PortFast and BPDU Guard on the interface connected to PC-A. cf chapter 2, CCNA3


Step 2. Configure Spanning tree on S2 (2 marks)

Switch S2
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
Configure Rapid PVST+. cf chapter 2, CCNA3
Configure PortFast and BPDU Guard on the interface connected to PC-B. cf chapter 2, CCNA3



Step 3. Configure Spanning tree on S3 (3 marks)
Switch S3
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
Configure Rapid PVST+. cf chapter 2, CCNA3
Configure as primary root bridge for VLAN 1. cf chapter 2, CCNA3
Configure PortFast and BPDU Guard on the interface connected to PC-C. cf chapter 2, CCNA3


Step 4. Configure HSRP on R1(3 marks)
Router R1
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
Configure the HSRP virtual IP address on interface G0/1. Group: 1
Virtual IP address:192.168.5.2
cf chapter 2.4.3.3, CCNA3
Make this the primary HSRP router. cf chapter 2.4.3.3, CCNA3
Configure so this router becomes the primary HSRP router on a reboot. cf chapter 2.4.3.3, CCNA3


Step 5. Configure HSRP on R3 (1 mark)
Router R3
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
Configure the HSRP virtual IP address on interface G0/1. Group: 1
Virtual IP address: 192.168.5.2
cf chapter 2.4.3.3, CCNA3



Step 6. Configure an LACP EtherChannel between S1 and S3 (2 marks)
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
On S1, configure an LACP EtherChannel on interfaces connected to S3. Use group 1 and enable LACP unconditionally.
cf. chapter 3, CCNA3
On S3, configure an LACP EtherChannel on interfaces connected to S1. Use group 1 and enable LACP only if a LACP device is detected.
cf. chapter 3, CCNA3


Part 5. Configure EIGRP Dynamic Routing Protocol (14.5 marks)

Step 1. Configure EIGRP on R1 (5.5 marks)
Router R1
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
EIGRP Process ID 20
Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses.
Set all LAN and Loopback interfaces as passive.
Set the bandwidth on S0/0/0. 800 Kb/s


Step 2. Configure EIGRP on R2 (3.5 marks)
Router R2
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
EIGRP Process ID 20
Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses.
All connected networks should be assigned to Area 0 except the Lo0 network.
Set the bandwidth on all serial interfaces. 800 Kb/s



Step 3. Configure EIGRP on R3 (5.5marks)
Router R3
Configuration Item or Task Specification Commands
EIGRP Process ID 20
Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses
Assign S0/0/1 and G0/1 interfaces to Area 0
Assign Loopback interfaces to Area 3
Set all LAN interfaces as passive.
Set the serial interface bandwidth. 128 Kb/s


Part 6. Verify Network connectivity and HSRP configuration (3marks)

Step 1. Verify end to end connectivity (1.5marks)
From Command To Expected Results
PC-A ping Default Gateway Ping should be successful.
PC-A ping 209.165.200.225 Ping should be successful.
PC-A tracert 209.165.200.225 Trace should route through R1.


Step 2. Verify HSRP is working as expected (1.5marks)
Issue the shutdown command on R1 G0/1, and issue the following commands to verify that HSRP is working as expected:

From Command To Expected Results
PC-B ping Default Gateway Ping should be successful.
PC-B ping 209.165.200.225 Ping should be successful.
PC-B tracert 209.165.200.225 Trace should route through R1.






Part 7. Documenting Device configuration (4.5 marks)

Step 1. Router R1 (0.75 marks)
Include router 1 configuration

Step 2. Router R2 (0.75 marks)
Include router 2 configuration

Step 3. Router R3 (0.75 marks)
Include router 3 configuration

Step 4. Switch S1 (0.75 marks)
Include switch 1 configuration

Step 5. Switch S2 (0.75 marks)
Include switch 2 configuration

Step 6. Switch S3 (0.75 marks)
Include switch 3 configuration


Important notes

• You need to document each task or subtask by mentioning the commands used
• The Packet Tracer file should be returned with your answer.
• 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.


Question 4 (6 marks)
The marks of this question are based on the scores you obtain in the Cisco Accessing the WAN 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 9
Note 2: table is for your own information; you can use the following formula to calculate your own average score for this question: [∑tests/300]*6
∑tests = test1+ test2+test3


Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Average score
over 6



End of Question

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