CIT 249 ENTIRE COURSE


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CIT 249 ENTIRE COURSE

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CIT 249 Week 1 Individual: Initial Router Configuration
 

Complete the following module in the Practice Labs course “100-101- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices – Part 1”:

 

 

 

Configure and Verify Initial Router Configuration
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 
 

 

CIT 249 Week 1 Individual: Static and Dynamic Routing
 

Complete the following module in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Compare Static and Dynamic Routing
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 1 Individual: Lab Reflection Router Configuration in Static and Dynamic Routing
 

After completing the two lab assignments this week, reflect on the issues you may have had and how you overcame them. Share what you learned, what you will watch out for in the future, and if there are any additional questions you may have that your facilitator can answer. Next week you will also have a chance to discuss your issues in collaboration with your classmates.

Write your reflection in a 1/4-page paper using Microsoft® Word.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 2 Individual: Training Guide Part 1 – Adding New VLSM Subnets
 

In Weeks Two, Four, and Five you will compile a Training Guide for the new interns on your network team.

Resources:

 

 

 

Ch. 22, “Variable-Length Subnet Masks”
 

 

Figure 22-4, “VLSM Design with Possible Overlap”
 

 

Table 22-3, “Subnet IDs and Broadcast Addresses, in Numerical Order, from Figure 22-4 “
 

 

Figure 22-5, “Internetwork to Which You Need to Add a /23 Subnet, Network 172.16.0.0”
 

 

Table 22-5, “First Five Possible /23 Subnets”
 

 

Table 22-6, “Existing Subnet IDs and Broadcast Addresses from Figure 22-5”
 

 

Your Learning Team collaboration from this week
 

 

Recently, two new interns have joined your network team. They are having a hard time testing to see if there is overlap in a VLSM scheme on your network and troubleshooting problems that arise. They are also unsure how to add a new subnet to an existing network. You are tasked with helping them, so you decided to create a Training Guide for them using a PowerPoint®presentation that shows the step-by-step processes for adding a new subnet as described in Ch. 22.

Create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation containing 14 to 16 slides, including Introduction, Conclusion, and Reference slides. Includedetailedspeaker notes with each slide. The presentation should include:

 

 

 

A concise overall description of an IPv4 based WAN
 

 

An accurate depiction of how to calculate a subnet ID and subnet broadcast address
 

 

A clear explanation of how to test for overlap in a VLSM scheme and troubleshoot issues that may arise from the overlap
 

 

A complete step-by-step illustration of how to add a new subnet
 

 

All references need to adhere to APA guidelines, and images should not be copied unless author permission is obtained or copyright free images are used.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 2 Individual: RIPv2, DHCP and DNS
 

Complete the following modules in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Configure and Verify RIPv2 for IPv4
 

 

Configure and Verify DHCP and DNS
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 2 Individual: Lab Reflection RIPv2, DHCP and DNS
 

After completing the two lab assignments this week, reflect on the issues you may have had and how you overcame them. Share what you learned, what you will watch out for in the future, and if there are any additional questions you may have that your facilitator can answer. Next week you will also have a chance to discuss your issues in collaboration with your classmates.

Write your reflection in a 1/4-page paper using Microsoft® Word.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 3 Individual: Configure and Verify Standard Access Lists, NAT, and Inter-VLAN Routing, and Troubleshooting ACLs
 

Complete the following modules in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Configure and Verify Standard Access List
 

 

Configure and Verify NAT
 

 

Configure, Verify and Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
 

 

Complete the following module in the Practice Labs course “100-101 – Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1”:

 

 

 

Troubleshooting ACLs
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 3 Individual: Lab Reflection: Configure and Verify Standard Access Lists, NAT, and Inter-VLAN Routing, and Troubleshooting ACLs
 

After completing the two lab assignments this week, reflect on the issues you may have had and how you overcame them. Share what you learned, what you will watch out for in the future, and if there are any additional questions you may have that your facilitator can answer. Next week you will also have a chance to discuss your issues in collaboration with your classmates.

Write your reflection in a 1/4-page paper using Microsoft® Word.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 4 Individual: Training Guide Part 2 – Network Security and Management
 

Resources:

 

 

 

Ch. 33, “Device Management Protocols”
 

 

Ch. 34, “Device Security Features”
 

 

Your Learning Team collaboration from Weeks Three and Four
 

 

It was recently reported that security breaches are on the rise within your small- to medium-sized business network. Your network administrator has asked you to research security best practices and provide a presentation of your findings. You decide to add this to your Training Guide for the interns.

Create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation containing 6 to 8 slides, including Introduction, Conclusion, and Reference slides. Includedetailedspeaker notes with each slide. The presentation should include:

 

 

 

Accurately describe the uses of ACLs, NAT, and PAT
 

 

Identify best practices to secure your network. Provide at least three best practices.
 

 

Completely Identify security features and commands needed to implement the security best practices recommended
 

 

A complete step-by-step illustration of how to configure the security features on a router
 

 

Identify troubleshooting tools needed to verify and manage your security settings. Identify at least three tools.
 

 

All references need to adhere to APA guidelines, and images should not be copied unless author permission is obtained or copyright free images are used.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 4 Individual: Configure and Verify NTP Operations, Device Management, and Device Maintenance Procedures
 

Complete the following module in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Configure and Verify NTP Operations
 

 

Configure and Verify Device Management
 

 

Device Maintenance Procedures
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 4 Individual Lab Reflection: Configure and Verify NTP Operations, Device Management, and Device Maintenance Procedures
 

After completing the two lab assignments this week, reflect on the issues you may have had and how you overcame them. Share what you learned, what you will watch out for in the future, and if there are any additional questions you may have that your facilitator can answer. Next week you will also have a chance to discuss your issues in collaboration with your classmates.

Write your reflection in a 1/4-page paper using Microsoft® Word.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 5 Individual: IPv6
 

Complete the following module in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Configure, Verify, and Troubleshoot IPv6 Addressing
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 5 Individual: Training Guide: Adding New VLSM Subnets, Network Security and Management, and IPv6 Concepts: Part 3 and Final Submission
 

Resources:

 

 

 

Ch. 29, “IPv6 Addressing and Subnetting”
 

 

Ch. 30, “Implementing IPv6 Addressing on Routers”
 

 

Ch. 31, “Implementing IPv6 Addressing on Hosts”
 

 

Your team collaboration
 

 

PowerPoint® presentations from Weeks Two and Four
 

 

In Weeks Two and Four, you completed PowerPoint® presentations to help the interns on the team. This week, you will combine those presentations with the following presentation to create a Training Guide for the interns. This week’s addition will help them understand IPv6, as they’re struggling with how different it seems to be from IPv4.

Create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation containing 10 to 12 new slides. Include detailed speaker notes with each slide. The presentation should help them with the questions they have as follows:

 

 

 

Why was it necessary to implement IPv6? Logically support your rationale.
 

 

How do you properly abbreviate an IPv6 address? Provide a detailed example.
 

 

What two 64-bit parts are contained in an IPv6 address, and what does each part represent? Provide a detailed example.
 

 

What is the difference between an anycast address and a unicast address? Logically describe the important differences.
 

 

How can you easily identify IPv6 multicast addresses? Provide a good example.
 

 

What commands are used to apply initial router configurations? Provide an example from one of the labs.
 

 

What commands are used to apply the VLANs and Trunk configurations? Provide an example from one of the labs.
 

 

Combine these slides with the slides from Weeks Two and Four. Add in Training Guide Introduction, Conclusion, and Reference slides.

The slides from Weeks Two and Four covered the following:

Week Two:

 

 

 

A concise overall description of an IPv4 based WAN
 

 

An accurate depiction of how to calculate a subnet ID and subnet broadcast address
 

 

A clear explanation of how to test for overlap in a VLSM scheme and troubleshoot issues that may arise from the overlap
 

 

A complete step-by-step illustration of how to add a new subnet
 

 

Week Four:

 

 

 

Accurately describe the uses of ACLs, NAT, and PAT
 

 

Identify best practices to secure your network. Provide at least three best practices.
 

 

Completely Identify security features and commands needed to implement the security best practices recommended
 

 

A complete step-by-step illustration of how to configure the security features on a router
 

 

Identify troubleshooting tools needed to verify and manage your security settings. Identify at least three tools.
 

 

Overall, the presentation will have 10 to 12 new slides, the slides from Weeks Two and Four (12 to 16 slides), plus new Introduction, Conclusion and Reference slides.

All references need to adhere to APA guidelines, and images should not be copied unless author permission is obtained or copyright free images are used.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

CIT 249 Week 5 Individual: Final Configuration of a Network Routing System
 

Resources:

 

 

 

Practice Labs modules in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)” from all weeks
 

 

Team collaboration discussions, and class discussions from previous weeks
 

 

The Lab Layout Reference Diagram document
 

 

Launch the following module in the Practice Labs course “101-105- Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1 v3.0)”:

 

 

 

Configure and Verify Device Management
 

 

Perform the following steps:

 

 

 

According to the Lab Layout Reference Diagram, determine and apply the initial switch configuration on the NYACCESS1 and NYCORE1 switches.
 

 

According to the Lab Layout Reference Diagram, determine and apply the initial router configuration on the NYEDGE1 and NYEDGE2 routers.
 

 

According to the Lab Layout Reference Diagram, determine and apply the VLANs and Trunk configurations to meet the following requirements:
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On NYACCESS: 

 

 

 

Create VLAN16  – Named Engineering
 

 

Create VLAN17- Named Marketing
 

 

Create VLAN18 – Named Sales
 

 

Configure Fa0/1 as a member of VLAN16
 

 

Create SVI VLAN17withIP Address 192.168.17.10/24
 

 

 
 

 

On NYCORE1: 

 

 

 

Create VLAN16  – Named Engineering
 

 

Create VLAN17- Named Marketing
 

 

Create VLAN18 – Named Sales
 

 

 
 

 

Create trunk links between NYACCESS1 and NYCORE1 for VLANs 16 – 18
 

 

Create a trunk link between NYCORE1 and NYEDGE1 for VLANs 16 – 18
 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

According to the Lab Layout Reference Diagram, determine and apply the configuration necessary to implement inter-VLAN routing with router on a stick on NYEDGE1 for VLANs 16 – 18.
 

 

Configure a default route on NYEDGE1 to 192.168.254.2.
 

 

Configure a static route on NYEDGE2 for 192.168.16.0/24 to NYEDGE1
 

 

Verify all configurations.
 

 

From within Practice Labs, copy and paste the final config from each device into a Microsoft®Word document. Please ensure that you have a full “show running config” output visible from any devices modified as part of the lab. Save the file as “Final_Configuration”.

Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

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