NETW204: Assignment 1 (50 points)
Each answer is worth 1 point each, 50 questions = 50 total points. Type answers in the appropriate cell; text will automatically wrap. Post your completed assignment to the dropbox.
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Router Configuration Exercise (5 points)
When configuring a router, there are certain basic tasks performed,
* Naming the router
* Setting passwords
* Configuring interfaces
* Configuring a banner
* Saving changes on a router
* Verifying basic configuration and router operations
| Question | Answer |
1 | The first prompt is _______ mode and will allow you to view the state of the router. | User Exec |
2 | What major ...view middle of the document...
. . . | Route Table |
25 | as long as the ___ ___ (2 words) is enabled. | Exit Interface |
26 | Static routes are denoted with the code ___ in the routing table. | S |
27 | List and describe three situations in which static routes should be used (use Answer cells 27, 28, and 29) for the three answers. | In a stub network where there will be little to no growth |
28 | | When a network is connected to the Internet only through a single ISP. |
29 | | A large network is configured in a hub-and-spoke topology. |
Dynamic routing protocols are used by routers to share information about the reachability and status of remote networks. Dynamic routing protocols perform several activities.
| Question | Answer |
30 | ____ ___ (2 words), which is a routing protocol’s ability to share information about the networks it knows about with other routers that are also using the same routing protocol. | Network Discovery |
31 | ____ routing tables, which is a routing protocol’s ability to compensate for any topology changes without involving the network administrator. | Dynamic |
IP address Assignment Exercise (16 points)
Understanding a router’s place in the network is a prerequisite to moving ahead in your studies of routing and routing protocols. You studied routers extensively in Chapter 1, “Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding.” The following sections review some of the basic skills you need to progress to the next step: static routing.
Refer to the topology shown in Figure 1 and document the address scheme. Use the table below to document the IP addresses for all the interfaces. Use the following guidelines, assign addresses from the indicated subnets to the interfaces on the routers and the PCs.
* Assign the first IP address for all LANs to the router interface.
* Assign HQ the first IP address for all WAN links to Branch routers.
* Assign the second IP address from each LAN subnet to the PC on that LAN