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    Week 5 Course Project


    PHASE II (30 points total)—Due Week 5

    Now that you have completed your first major deliverable in the project, let us move on to the next phase in the project. You need to plan to implement the network. You will configure the switches first.

    You should write all required configuration commands with their Command prompt mode in the table, middle column,under the “Required Information” instructions. 

    An example: 

    Configuration Task Required Information Points

    Router name RTR1

    Router(config)# hostname RTR1 ¼


    Task 1: Configure SW1. (3.5 points possible)

    Configuration Task Required Information Points

    Switch name SW1

    ¼

    Secret Password Netw204

    ¼

    Disable DNS lookup ¼

    Username and Password User= Admin1, Password=cisco123

    ¼

    Message of the Day (MOTD) Banner Unauthorized Access is Highly Prohibited!

    ¼

    VTY Enable SSH and Disable Telnet.

    ½

    Encrypt the clear text passwords Use the correct command to encrypt clear text passwords.

    ¼

    Create the required VLANs. Use the information provided to create the VLANs.

    ¼

    Assign the management IP address. Assign the IP Address just before the last valid IP Address on the Native&Management VLAN. VLAN 99 is the Native VLAN.

    ¼

    Enable the 802.1Q Trunk ports. Use the correct switchport command to set the Trunk port.

    ¼

    Configure all other ports as access ports. Use the interface range command.

    ¼

    Assign F0/3 to the correct VLAN as per the diagram. See the network diagram you drew for part 1.

    ¼

    Shutdown all unused ports. Disable all unused ports in software.

    ¼


    Task 2: Configure SW2. (3.5 points possible)

    Configuration Task Required Information Points

    Switch name SW2

    ¼

    Secret Password Netw204

    ¼

    Disable DNS lookup ¼

    Username and Password User= Admin1, Password=cisco123

    ¼

    Message of the Day (MOTD) Banner Unauthorized Access is Highly Prohibited!

    ¼

    VTY Enable SSH and Disable Telnet.

    ½

    Encrypt the clear text passwords Use the correct command to encrypt clear text passwords.

    ¼

    Create the required VLANs. Use the information provided to create the VLANs.

    ¼

    Assign the management IP address. Assign the IP Address just before the last valid IP Address on the Native&Management VLAN. VLAN 99 is the Native VLAN.

    ¼

    Enable the 802.1Q Trunk ports. Use the correct switchport command to set the Trunk port.

    ¼

    Configure all other ports as access ports. Use the interface range command.

    ¼

    Assign F0/3 to the correct VLAN as per the diagram. See the network diagram you drew for part 1.

    ¼

    Shutdown all unused ports. Disable all unused ports in software.

    ¼


    Task 3: Configure the NY Router. (6 points)

    Configuration Item or Task Required Information Points

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .15 on G0/1 Description Executive LAN

    Assign VLAN 15.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .25 on G0/1 Description Engineering LAN

    Assign VLAN 25.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .35 on G0/1 Description Services LAN

    Assign VLAN 35.

    Assign the first available address to this interface.

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .99 on G0/1 Description Native&Management LAN

    Assign VLAN 99.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

    ½

    Activate Interface G0/1 Bring up interfaces

    ½

    OSPF Process ID 204

    ½

    Router ID 1.1.1.1

    ½

    Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses

    Assign all directly connected networks to Area 0

    ½

    Set all LAN interfaces as passive. Type necessary commands to do so.

    ½


    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations. 1000

    ½

    Set the serial interface bandwidth. 768 Kb/s

    ½

    Adjust the metric cost of S0/0/0. Cost: 7500

    ½



    Task 4: Configure the IL Router. (4 points)

    Configuration Task Required Information Points

    Assign IP addresses to appropriate interfaces including Loopback and serial interfaces. ½


    Activate the nonLoopback interfaces. ½


    OSPF Process ID 204

    ½


    Router ID 2.2.2.2

    ½


    Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses.

    Assign interfaces to Area 0.

    Use a single summary address for the LAN (loopback) interfaces.

    ½


    Set all LAN (Loopback) interfaces as passive. ½


    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations. 1000

    ½


    Set the serial interface bandwidth. 256 Kb/s

    ½

    Note: You will probably notice that all the Loopback IP addresses show up as /32. To change that /32 to the real subnet mask of the Loopback interfaces you need to type the following command on each Loopback interface in the routers.

    Interface Loopback 1

    ipospf network point-to-point


    Task 5: Configure the CA Router. (4 points)

    Configuration Task Required Information Points

    Assign IP addresses to appropriate interfaces including Loopback and serial interfaces. ½


    Activate the nonLoopbackinterfaces. ½


    OSPF Process ID 204 ½


    Router ID 3.3.3.3 ½


    Advertise directly connected networks. Use classless network addresses.

    Assign interfaces to Area 0.

    Use a single summary address for the LAN (loopback) interfaces. ½


    Set all LAN (Loopback) interfaces as passive. ½


    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations. 1000 ½


    Set the serial interface bandwidth. 256 Kb/s ½




    Task 6: Verify OSPF Configuration (6 points)

    Question Points

    Type the command that displays all connected OSPFv2 routers. Capture the output for your project and explains what you see.

    1

    Type the command that displays the OSPF process ID, router ID, routing networks, address summarization, and passive interfaces configured on a router. Capture the output for your project and explain what you see.

    1

    What command displays only OSPF routes?

    1

    What command displays detail information about the OSPF interfaces, including the authentication method?

    1

    What command displays the OSPF link states types?

    1

    What command displays the OSPF database?

    1


    Task 7: Summarize the output of the commands used in Task 6. How can you tell that the network is working correctly? (3 points) 

    Week 5 Course Project

     

     

    PHASE II (30 points total)—Due Week 5

    Now that you have completed your first major deliverable in the project, let us move on to the next phase in the project. You need to plan to implement the network. You will configure the switches first.

    You should write all required configuration commands with their Command prompt mode in the table, middle column,under the “Required Information” instructions.

    An example:

    Configuration Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Router name

    RTR1

    Router(config)# hostname RTR1

    ¼

     

    Task 1: Configure SW1. (3.5 points possible)

    Configuration Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Switch name

    SW1

     

    ¼

    Secret Password

    Netw204

     

    ¼

    Disable DNS lookup

     

    ¼

    Username and Password

    User= Admin1, Password=cisco123

     

    ¼

    Message of the Day (MOTD) Banner

    Unauthorized Access is Highly Prohibited!

     

    ¼

    VTY

    Enable SSH and Disable Telnet.

     

    ½

    Encrypt the clear text passwords

    Use the correct command to encrypt clear text passwords.

     

    ¼

    Create the required VLANs.

    Use the information provided to create the VLANs.

     

    ¼

    Assign the management IP address.

    Assign the IP Address just before the last valid IP Address on the Native&Management VLAN. VLAN 99 is the Native VLAN.

     

    ¼

    Enable the 802.1Q Trunk ports.

    Use the correct switchport command to set the Trunk port.

     

    ¼

    Configure all other ports as access ports.

    Use the interface range command.

     

    ¼

    Assign F0/3 to the correct VLAN as per the diagram.

    See the network diagram you drew for part 1.

     

    ¼

    Shutdown all unused ports.

    Disable all unused ports in software.

     

    ¼

     

    Task 2: Configure SW2. (3.5 points possible)

    Configuration Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Switch name

    SW2

     

    ¼

    Secret Password

    Netw204

     

    ¼

    Disable DNS lookup

     

    ¼

    Username and Password

    User= Admin1, Password=cisco123

     

    ¼

    Message of the Day (MOTD) Banner

    Unauthorized Access is Highly Prohibited!

     

    ¼

    VTY

    Enable SSH and Disable Telnet.

     

    ½

    Encrypt the clear text passwords

    Use the correct command to encrypt clear text passwords.

     

    ¼

    Create the required VLANs.

    Use the information provided to create the VLANs.

     

    ¼

    Assign the management IP address.

    Assign the IP Address just before the last valid IP Address on the Native&Management VLAN. VLAN 99 is the Native VLAN.

     

    ¼

    Enable the 802.1Q Trunk ports.

    Use the correct switchport command to set the Trunk port.

     

    ¼

    Configure all other ports as access ports.

    Use the interface range command.

     

    ¼

    Assign F0/3 to the correct VLAN as per the diagram.

    See the network diagram you drew for part 1.

     

    ¼

    Shutdown all unused ports.

    Disable all unused ports in software.

     

    ¼

     

    Task 3: Configure the NY Router. (6 points)

    Configuration Item or Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .15 on G0/1

    Description Executive LAN

    Assign VLAN 15.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

     

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .25 on G0/1

    Description Engineering LAN

    Assign VLAN 25.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

     

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .35 on G0/1

    Description Services LAN

    Assign VLAN 35.

    Assign the first available address to this interface.

     

    ½

    Configure 802.1Q subinterface .99 on G0/1

    Description Native&Management LAN

    Assign VLAN 99.

    Assign the last valid IP address to this interface.

     

    ½

    Activate Interface G0/1

    Bring up interfaces

     

    ½

    OSPF Process ID

    204

     

    ½

    Router ID

    1.1.1.1

     

    ½

    Advertise directly connected networks.

    Use classless network addresses

    Assign all directly connected networks to Area 0

     

    ½

    Set all LAN interfaces as passive.

    Type necessary commands to do so.

     

    ½

     

    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations.

    1000

     

    ½

    Set the serial interface bandwidth.

    768 Kb/s

     

    ½

    Adjust the metric cost of S0/0/0.

    Cost: 7500

     

    ½

     

     

    Task 4: Configure the IL Router. (4 points)

    Configuration Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Assign IP addresses to appropriate interfaces including Loopback and serial interfaces.

     

    ½

     

    Activate the nonLoopback interfaces.

     

    ½

     

    OSPF Process ID

    204

     

    ½

     

    Router ID

    2.2.2.2

     

    ½

     

    Advertise directly connected networks.

    Use classless network addresses.

    Assign interfaces to Area 0.

    Use a single summary address for the LAN (loopback) interfaces.

     

    ½

     

    Set all LAN (Loopback) interfaces as passive.

     

    ½

     

    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations.

    1000

     

    ½

     

    Set the serial interface bandwidth.

    256 Kb/s

     

    ½

     

     

     

    Note: You will probably notice that all the Loopback IP addresses show up as /32. To change that /32 to the real subnet mask of the Loopback interfaces you need to type the following command on each Loopback interface in the routers.

    Interface Loopback 1

    ipospf network point-to-point

     

    Task 5: Configure the CA Router. (4 points)

    Configuration Task

    Required Information

    Points

    Assign IP addresses to appropriate interfaces including Loopback and serial interfaces.

     

    ½

     

    Activate the nonLoopbackinterfaces.

     

    ½

     

    OSPF Process ID

    204

    ½

     

    Router ID

    3.3.3.3

    ½

     

    Advertise directly connected networks.

    Use classless network addresses.

    Assign interfaces to Area 0.

    Use a single summary address for the LAN (loopback) interfaces.

    ½

     

    Set all LAN (Loopback) interfaces as passive.

     

    ½

     

    Change the default cost reference bandwidth to support Gigabit interface calculations.

    1000

    ½

     

    Set the serial interface bandwidth.

    256 Kb/s

    ½

     

     

     

    Task 6: Verify OSPF Configuration (6 points)

    Question

    Points

    Type the command that displays all connected OSPFv2 routers. Capture the output for your project and explains what you see.

     

    1

    Type the command that displays the OSPF process ID, router ID, routing networks, address summarization, and passive interfaces configured on a router. Capture the output for your project and explain what you see.

     

    1

    What command displays only OSPF routes?

     

    1

    What command displays detail information about the OSPF interfaces, including the authentication method?

     

    1

    What command displays the OSPF link states types?

     

    1

    What command displays the OSPF database?

     

    1

     

    Task 7: Summarize the output of the commands used in Task 6. How can you tell that the network is working correctly? (3 points)

     

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