CSC8527 Assignment 2 Part A (60 marks)

CSC8527 Assignment 2 Part A (60 marks) Question 1 (12 marks) USQCollege Campus network topology is shown below: The PCs cannot ping each other. The network administrator collected the some information from the routers. From the information shown below, find out the errors and suggestion ways to fix them. Submit Q1.pdf.Question 2 (8 marks) SFCollege Campus network topology is shown below: The PCs cannot ping each other. The network administrator collected some information from the routers. From the information shown below, find out the errors and suggestion ways to fix them. Submit Q2.pdf.Question 3 (8 marks) ANZCollege Campus network topology is shown below: The PCs cannot ping each other. The network administrator collected the some information from the routers. From the information shown below, find out the error errors and suggestion ways to fix them. Submit Q3.pdf.Question 4 (12 marks) The network topology of USQCollege is shown below. ï‚· All links are of the same cost. ï‚· STP is running. ï‚· L1 links S1 and S2 ï‚· L2 links S2 and S3 ï‚· L3 links S3 and S4 ï‚· L4 links S4 and S5 ï‚· L5 links S5 and S1 ï‚· A green dot means the port forwarding and an orange dot means the port is in STP blocking state. a) From the diagram, which switch is the root switch? b) If switch S1 has a MAC address of 55:55:55:55:55:55, what can you say about the “value” of the MAC addresses of the other 4 switches? c) Fill in the following table. You can consider a root port is also a designated port. To uniquely identify a port, you have to specify the port and the switch. The first line has been completed for you as an example. Submit Q4.pdf. Link Status (Active / Redundant) Designated ports Non-designated ports L1 Redundant Fa0/1 S1 Fa0/1 S2 L2 L3 L4 L5Question 5 (20 marks) ANZCollege also has three campuses and each campus runs its own LANs: ï‚· Toowoomba – 200.200.11.0/24 and 200.200.12.0/24 LANs ï‚· Springfield – 200.200.21.0/24 and 200.200.22.0/24 LANs ï‚· Ipswich – 200.200.31.0/24 and 200.200.32.0/24 LANs The gateways for each campus are running OSPF. The network administrator decided to link the three campuses together using Frame Relay. ï‚· From Toowoomba to Springfield using DLCI 102, network 200.8.12.0/29 ï‚· From Springfield to Toowoomba using DLCI 201, network 200.8.12.0/29 ï‚· From Toowoomba to Ipswich using DLCI 103, network 200.8.13.0/29 ï‚· From Ipswich to Toowoomba using DLCI 301, network 200.8.13.0/29 ï‚· From Springfield to Ipswich using DLCI 203, network 200.8.21.0/29 ï‚· From Ipswich to Springfield using DLCI 302, network 200.8.21.0/29 Implement the ANZCollege network (6 LANs) using a Packet Tracer file. ï‚· Use router model 1941 ï‚· Use switch model 2960 ï‚· Use only 1 PC and a switch to represent all users in each LAN ï‚· Design your own addressing scheme Submit A5.pktPart B (40 marks) Question B1 (4 marks) ï‚· 4_3.1.2 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Serial Interfaces Instructions ï‚· Submit B1.pka Question B2 (4 marks) ï‚· 4_3.3.2 Packet Tracer – Configuring PAP and CHAP Authentication ï‚· Submit B2.pka Question B3 (8 marks) ï‚· 4_7.2.2 Packet Tracer – Configuring GRE Instructions ï‚· Submit B3.pka Question B4 (8 marks) ï‚· 4_9.2.3 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 1 ï‚· Submit B4.pka ï‚· Submit “Troubleshooting Documentation” as B4.pdf Question B5 (8 marks) ï‚· 4_9.2.3 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 2 ï‚· Submit B5.pka ï‚· Submit “Troubleshooting Documentation” as B5.pdf Question B6 (8 marks) ï‚· 4_9.2.3 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks 3 ï‚· Submit B6.pka ï‚· Submit “Troubleshooting Documentation” as B6.pdf **** End of Assignment 2 ****

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