Monday, May 2, 2016

CCNAv2 Completed Case Study

Greetings, and welcome to Seeseenayy.
Notice: This is a class-assigned packet tracer, so for those who aren't in our networking class... sort of ignore this. Fun to try out, though!




Nick will be working on the Case Study for CCNAv2, along with Noah's magical skills.
This post will not be completed until the end of the week, but it will be a progressive post and will be edited multiple times.
If you plan to follow this post's answers and tutorials, take them with a grain of salt.

Below are the snipped images of the PDF. The first section is subnetting, which isn't all too complicated. 

Initial Thoughts
This case study doesn't seem difficult. It's literally everything we've done before.
First, I'd like to say that if you haven't looked already give the ios crs page a look. Funnily enough, the dude who made this PT made that reference sheet. It's VERY useful for all settings-- PT or not.

Section I
IP Addressing & VLANs
Our first step is to subnet (click to find out how). I'd like to point out that this table is weird. We're not subnetting the provided subnet, rather the subnet address (172...), if that makes sense. 




Please, actually attempt to subnet. Don't be like some people (in our class, at least) who can do everything BUT subnetting. It's a useful tool, in my opinion. We're still going to answer it, but you'll need to highlight over the table to see the answers.


Subnet Address
Subnet Mask
# Of Hosts
PHOENIX
172.25.64.0
/22 255.255.252.0
1024
172.25.65.128
/26 255.255.255.192
60
172.25.64.0
/24 255.255.255.0
150
172.25.65.0
/25 255.255.255.128
75
172.25.65.192
/26 255.255.255.192
50
172.25.66.0
/28 255.255.255.240
12
CHICAGO
172.25.68.0
/24 255.255.255.0
256
172.25.68.0
/25 255.255.255.128
90
172.25.68.128
/28 255.255.255.240
10
172.25.68.144
/30 255.255.255.252
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I decided to do the packet tracer overnight, so I'll leave only the router configurations for this tutorial. YOU NEED TO DO THE SWITCHES ON YOUR OWN. It's not hard, don't worry!

Tutorial / Walkthrough
Due to the length of each configuration, you may view the configurations of these routers below by clicking the router names:

ROUTER CONFIGURATION: CHG-RTR
ROUTER CONFIGURATION: PHX-RTR
ROUTER CONFIGURATION: BAN-RTR
ROUTER CONFIGURATION: BRDR-RTR

4 comments:

  1. hi, can i have the CCNAv2 Chapter 6 Skills Assessment PT configuration command and for the case study too?

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    1. I'll work on getting it posted/to you. We're beyond that in our class, but I'll look into it when time permits. :)

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  2. I just completely bombed my case study. I was wondering if you could post the completed packet tracer up so i can compare what i couldnt figure out and what i got wrong. definetly gonna have to study over the summer break

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    1. Unfortunate, sorry to hear that.

      For the most part, the packet tracer is completed. I excluded the switches entirely, but I'd be happy to help you if needed be. Seeing that our class is beyond this packet tracer, I'll update it with the full tutorial later on.

      Though, I'd like to note that copying wouldn't help if you don't understand. That's fine though, if you need help I can explain. I'm actually going to delay updating this post just so you can get the help if you need it.

      Anyways, that PT is a quick summary, some topics covered on the PT are (not limited to) as follows:
      - Basic Router Configuration
      - SSH configuration.
      - VLANs and their respective configurations (such as encap).
      - OSPF, a routing protocol.
      - NAT, a protocol used in networking.
      - IP Routing (Static, Dynamic between IPv4 and IPv6).

      The router configurations are posted in a text file on this page-- at the end of the post to be precise. Review those, but understand the commands. If you don't, email me (nb033199@gmail.com), and I'd be happy to discuss it with you.

      Thanks, and good luck.

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