Packet Tracer Challenge Lab.
Added on - 16 Sep 2019
Packet Tracer Challenge LabStudent Name:__________________________________Mohammed MshragiStudent ID number:15012743__________________________________Packet Tracer 4.0 Skills ActivityObjectiveUse Packet Tracerto complete the following skillsto build the lab schematic as shown above.ScenarioTo ensure that the work is your own, pleaseuseyourname andID numbercreate aMessage of theday“MOTD”on each router. Saying this:“This is the work of xxxxxxx, ID numberYYYYYYY” wherexxxxxx represents your name andYYYYYY represents your ID number.FAILURE TO HAVE THIS MESSAGE ON ALL THREE ROUTERS WILL GUARANTEE 0 MARKSConfigure dynamic and static routing1-6Packet Tracer 4.0 ActivityChallenge LabCopyright2006, Cisco Systems, Inc.EOC
Configure dynamic NAT with Port Address TranslationConfigure named ACL configurationScenarioThis topology represents a more complex routed network, ideal forstudying EIGRP routing behaviorwith ACL configuration and NAT.summarizing all of the lab exercises for the moduleRequired FilesTo complete this lab, you will needthe following Packet Tracer Activity (.pka) files.6c1_CE15_dynRouting.pkaCisco Packet Tracer6c1_CE15_nat.pkaPacket Tracer (Available on Sulis)BOSON Router commands sheet6c1_CE15_namedACL.pka(Available on SulisI haveattached it)Plan:Familiarize yourself with PT 4.0 help menu, in case you have questions.ActPart1:Configure static and defaultBuild the network as shownroutingOpen the “6c1_CE15_dynRouting.pka” and follow the Instructions, which are repeated here:UsePacket Tracer to build the network, add in the WIC(WIC2T is recommended)cards to be sure thatthe routers can interconnect with one anotherStep 1Configure routersHouston andFt.Worthwith EIGRP autonomous system 101 for network192.168.1.0.with their fast Ethernet IP address as shown in the diagramStep 2Configure routers with their Serial Interface IP address as shown in the diagram.Assign a clock rate to the DCE connection (64000)Configure a default route on Ft Worth pointing to the next-hop IP address on Houston.Step 3Configure the PC’s and Servers with theirIP addresses, choose IP addresses wisely to be suretheyare compatible withthe LAN that they are connected to.Configure a default route on Houston pointing to the next-hop IP address on ISP.2-6Packet Tracer 4.0 ActivityChallenge LabCopyright2006, Cisco Systems, Inc.EOC
Step 4Configure a routing protocol to ensure that the network cancommunicatebetween the LANSStep 5Test the configuration:Use the command window on PC2(or any PC)and ping 220.127.116.11, the serial interface ofHouston. You should be able to ping this interface.You will not be able to ping to or from the ISPuntil after completing the next .pka for NAT configuration, 6c1_CE15_nat.pka. Click the CheckResults icon to verify all assessed items are successfully completed.Step 4Using the packet tracer inspect tool and then the CLI, view the routing tables on both routers. Testconnectivity between the PCs within the 192.168.1.0 network with a simple PDU and a CLI ping andexplain the results. Keep in mind that you will not be able to ping to or from the ISP or beyond - untilafter Act 2, Dynamic NAT configuration, is completed.Part2:Document your configurationStep51In simulation mode, use the event filter to view only EIGRP packets and use the capture/forwardbutton to animate the EIGRP updates.Fill in thetablebelow, to show what IP addresses wereconfiguredon the network.1.For eachdevice, what IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway should you use?DeviceNameIP Address(If any)Subnet MaskGateway(if any)Router Ft WorthRouter HoustonRouter ISPSW1SW23-6Packet Tracer 4.0 ActivityChallenge LabCopyright2006, Cisco Systems, Inc.EOC