Lab 11 – Troubleshooting TCP/IP

Learning Objectives: Configure RIP Routing Protocol Build a TCP/IP network with two routers and the three networks Configure the interfaces Configure the routing protocol Save the running configuration with the copy run start Troubleshooting RIP Equipment List: Computer, router, switches Notes, Observations, and Questions: N/A Diagrams, Flowcharts, and Figures: References: N/A Conclusion: I thought thisContinue reading “Lab 11 – Troubleshooting TCP/IP”

Lab 10 – Packet Sniffing with Wireshark

Learning Objectives: For this lab, we looked at different parts of a network using packet sniffing protocolanalyzer. Equipment List: computer wireshark webpage FTP server Notes, Observations, and Questions: I was able to view what all was happening in a network by recording. Diagrams, Flowcharts, and Figures: Conclusion: I thought it was interesting to go throughContinue reading “Lab 10 – Packet Sniffing with Wireshark”

Lab 9 – Internet Servers

Learning Objectives: Build an internet server, create a website, and look at other people’s websites. The steps I took were to: Disable firewall Download apache test webserver using HTTP://localhost create homepage Activate FTP server Add FTP user account View classmates websites Equipment List: Computer Apache WinSCP Notes, Observations, and Questions: I viewed my other classmatesContinue reading “Lab 9 – Internet Servers”

Lab 7 – TCP/IP Networking

Learning Objectives: For this lab, we made an IP network. Equipment List: Computers Notes, Observation, and Questions: I observed what happened when everything was connected Photos: Conclusion: This was all new to me, and I found it interesting to learn. We worked together to figure out the submask, subnetting, and new IP addresses for everyoneContinue reading “Lab 7 – TCP/IP Networking”

Lab 6 – Network Simulation

Learning Objectives: Learn how networks work Equipment List: Paper with lists of different elements of a network. Notes, Observations, and Questions: I observed how information transfers from one computer to another. Diagrams, Flowcharts, and Figures: Conclusion: This is all new to me, so it was interesting to see it step by step. Everyone was givenContinue reading “Lab 6 – Network Simulation”

Bibliography

Auxier, B., Rainie, L., Anderson, M., Perrin, A., Kumar, M., & Turner, E. (2020, August 17). Americans and privacy: Concerned, confused and feeling lack of control over their personal information. Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech. Retrieved February 2022, from https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2019/11/15/americans-and-privacy-concerned- confused-and-feeling-lack-of-control-over-their-personal-information/.  The majority of adults in America believe that they cannot go aContinue reading “Bibliography”

Lab 3 – Structured Cabling

Learning Objectives: For this lab, I worked with a partner to create our own patch cable. I learned what crimping is and how to create a straight-through cable. It is used to connect a computer’s ethernet interface to a switch. Equipment List: Wire Cutter Wire Stripper Cable Tester UTP Cable RJ-45 Connector Notes, Observations, andContinue reading “Lab 3 – Structured Cabling”

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