CCNA 2 Routing & Switching Essentials Practice Skills Assessment Part 2

CCNA 2 Routing & Switching Essentials Practice Skills Assessment Part 2 PT Exam Answers

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  1. Do not use the browser Back button or close or reload any exam windows during the exam.
  2. Do not close Packet Tracer when you are done. It will close automatically.
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Introduction

In this practice skills assessment, you will configure the XYZ Corporation network You will establish network connectivity by configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on router interfaces. You will configure the DHCPv4 and NAT addressing services, and establish communication between networks by configuring default and static routes in both IPv4 and IPv6.

You are not required to configure:

  • ADMIN
  • Web
  • SW-Bldg-A
  • SW-Bldg-A-1

 All IOS device configurations should be completed from a direct terminal connection to the device console.

You will practice and be assessed on the following skills:

  • Interface activation and addressing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Static and default routing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Configuration of standard ACLs
  • Static and NAT and PAT configuration
  • Router DHCP server configuration
  • CDP activation and configuration

You will configure specific devices with the following:

HQ:

  • Interface activation and addressing
  • Two DHCPv4 pools
  • Static routing in IPv4 and IPv6

Branch:

  • Interface activation and addressing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Static NAT
  • NAT with overload on a single address
  • Static, static host, default, and floating static default routes for IPv4 and IPv6 networks
  • Standard numbered ACL configuration
  • CDP configuration

LAN A PC hosts:

  • Activation of DHCP addressing
  • Manual configuration of IPv6 addressing

Addressing Table

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Instructions

Step 1: CDP Activation:

CDP should only be active on the serial interfaces that connect the HQ and Branch routers. CDP should not be sending messages on any other interfaces.

Step 2: Configure static and default routes as follows:

All routing in the network will be done statically. Hosts on all networks should be able to reach each other and the Internet over IPv4 and IPv6.

All routes should be configured using the next hop interface address parameter in order for you to receive credit for your configuration.

HQ:

  • IPv6 and IPv4 default routes.

Branch:

  • IPv6 and IPv4 default routes.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 floating static default routes. Use a metric of 5 for the floating static routes.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 static routes to the LAN A network.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 host routes to server ADMIN

 Step 3: Configure DHCPv4

The hosts on LAN A and the PC host on LAN C should receive their addresses from DHCP.ADMIN has been statically preconfigured with an address. Use the following values:

  1. Use the pool name of LANAfor the network attached to the G0/0 interface of HQ. The pool name must match this value exactly for you to receive credit for your work.
  2. Use the pool name of LANCfor the network attached to the G0/1 interface of HQ. The pool name must match this value exactly for you to receive credit for your work.
  3. Use 209.165.200.5 as the DNS server address.
  4. Exclude any addresses as required based on the devices present in the network topology.
  5. All hosts on LAN A and LAN C should be able to reach each other and the Web server.

Step 4: Configure NAT:

On Branch, configure NAT between the XYZ Corporation network and external networks as follows.

  1. Create a static NAT mapping between the internal ADMINserver that is on LAN C with an inside global address of 198.51.100.10
  2. Configure PAT to use onlyinterface S0/0/1 to translate the addresses of the PC hosts on LAN A and LAN C. Refer only to the interface in your configuration. Do not refer to the interface IP address in the configuration.
  3. Permit allof the host addresses on the LAN A and LAN C networks to be translated by NAT.
  4. Use an ACL number of 1to permit the required networks. The ACL should have only twostatements.

Step 5: Configure Host Addressing

Configure the hosts on LAN A as follows:

  • All hosts should obtain their IPv4 addresses dynamically from DHCP.
  • All hosts should be statically configured with full IPv6 addressing according to the information in the Addressing Table.
  • All hosts should use the router interface link-local address as the IPv6 default gateway.

Intructions – Answers

HQ or Main or Central (Router)

Branch – Remote – Local (Router)

Configure Host Addressing

OFFICE 1 or ACAD-1 or RECORDS-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::5/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5
PROD-1 or TEACH-1 or TAX-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::10/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5
ACCT 1 or STUDENT-1 or PERMITS-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::15/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5

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A few things to keep in mind while completing this activity:

  1. Do not use the browser Back button or close or reload any exam windows during the exam.
  2. Do not close Packet Tracer when you are done. It will close automatically.
  3. Click the Submit Assessment button in the browser window to submit your work.

Introduction

In this practice skills assessment, you will configure the XYZ Corporation network You will establish network connectivity by configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on router interfaces. You will configure the DHCPv4 and NAT addressing services, and establish communication between networks by configuring default and static routes in both IPv4 and IPv6.

You are not required to configure:

  • ADMIN
  • Web
  • SW-Bldg-A
  • SW-Bldg-A-1

 All IOS device configurations should be completed from a direct terminal connection to the device console.You will practice and be assessed on the following skills:

  • Interface activation and addressing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Static and default routing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Configuration of standard ACLs
  • Static and NAT and PAT configuration
  • Router DHCP server configuration
  • CDP activation and configuration

You will configure specific devices with the following:

HQ:

  • Interface activation and addressing
  • Two DHCPv4 pools
  • Static routing in IPv4 and IPv6

Branch:

  • Interface activation and addressing in IPv4 and IPv6
  • Static NAT
  • NAT with overload on a single address
  • Static, static host, default, and floating static default routes for IPv4 and IPv6 networks
  • Standard numbered ACL configuration
  • CDP configuration

LAN A PC hosts:

  • Activation of DHCP addressing
  • Manual configuration of IPv6 addressing

Addressing Table
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Instructions

Step 1: CDP Activation:CDP should only be active on the serial interfaces that connect the HQ and Branch routers. CDP should not be sending messages on any other interfaces.Step 2: Configure static and default routes as follows:All routing in the network will be done statically. Hosts on all networks should be able to reach each other and the Internet over IPv4 and IPv6.All routes should be configured using the next hop interface address parameter in order for you to receive credit for your configuration.

HQ:
  • IPv6 and IPv4 default routes.

Branch:

  • IPv6 and IPv4 default routes.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 floating static default routes. Use a metric of 5 for the floating static routes.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 static routes to the LAN A network.
  • IPv6 and IPv4 host routes to server ADMIN

Step 3: Configure DHCPv4The hosts on LAN A and the PC host on LAN C should receive their addresses from DHCP.ADMIN has been statically preconfigured with an address. Use the following values:

  1. Use the pool name of LANAfor the network attached to the G0/0 interface of HQ. The pool name must match this value exactly for you to receive credit for your work.
  2. Use the pool name of LANCfor the network attached to the G0/1 interface of HQ. The pool name must match this value exactly for you to receive credit for your work.
  3. Use 209.165.200.5 as the DNS server address.
  4. Exclude any addresses as required based on the devices present in the network topology.
  5. All hosts on LAN A and LAN C should be able to reach each other and the Web server.

Step 4: Configure NAT:

On Branch, configure NAT between the XYZ Corporation network and external networks as follows.

  1. Create a static NAT mapping between the internal ADMINserver that is on LAN C with an inside global address of 198.51.100.10
  2. Configure PAT to use onlyinterface S0/0/1 to translate the addresses of the PC hosts on LAN A and LAN C. Refer only to the interface in your configuration. Do not refer to the interface IP address in the configuration.
  3. Permit allof the host addresses on the LAN A and LAN C networks to be translated by NAT.
  4. Use an ACL number of 1to permit the required networks. The ACL should have only twostatements.

Step 5: Configure Host Addressing

Configure the hosts on LAN A as follows:

  • All hosts should obtain their IPv4 addresses dynamically from DHCP.
  • All hosts should be statically configured with full IPv6 addressing according to the information in the Addressing Table.
  • All hosts should use the router interface link-local address as the IPv6 default gateway.

Intructions – Answers

HQ or Main or Central (Router)

Branch – Remote – Local (Router)

Configure Host Addressing

OFFICE 1 or ACAD-1 or RECORDS-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::5/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5
PROD-1 or TEACH-1 or TAX-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::10/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5
ACCT 1 or STUDENT-1 or PERMITS-1
IPv4 Configuration: DHCP Assigned
IPv6 Configuration:
– IPv6 Address: 2001:DB8:ACAD:A::15/64
– IPv6 Gateway: FE80::2
– IPv6 DNS Server: 2001:DB8:ACAD:F::5

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