1.2.1 Packet Tracer – Connecting and Identifying Devices Answers
|Device||Interface||IP Address||Subnet Mask||Default Gateway|
All devices on the network are included but need to be connected and named.
- Physically connect all devices using the appropriate cable types.
- Name all network devices.
- Use the “Place Note” feature to add network addresses between all connections.
Task 1: Physically connect all devices.
Step 1 – Connect all devices using the appropriate cable types.
- Connect the FastEthernet port on PC0 to the FastEthernet0/2 port on Switch0.
- Connect the FastEthernet0/1 port on Switch0 to the FastEthernet0/0 port on Router0.
- Connect the Serial0/0 port on Router0 to the Serial0/0 port on Router1. Router0 is responsible for setting the clock rate for the serial connection between Router0 and Router1.
- Connect the FastEthernet0/0 port on Router0 to the FastEthernet port on PC01.
Task 2: Name all network devices.
Step 1 – Name all devices with the appropriate names:
- Change the name PC0 to PC1.
- Change the name Switch0 to S1.
- Change the name Router0 to R1.
- Change the name Router1 to R2.
- Change the name PC01 to PC2.
Task 3: Add Notes.
Step 1 – Use the “Place Note” feature to add network addresses between all connections.
Using the “Place Note” feature add the network numbers to the network diagram.
- Place the appropriate network numbers between S1 and R1, R1 and R2, and R2 and PC1.
- Referring to the address table, use the Config tab to configure IP addresses to the interfaces that connect S1 and R1, R1 and R2, and R2 and PC1.