Packet Tracer – Troubleshoot WLAN Issues (Instructor Version)
|Home Wireless Router
|WLAN VLAN10||SSID-10||WPA-2 PSK/Personal||N/A||Cisco123|
|WLAN VLAN 20||SSID-20||WPA-2 802.1x/Enterprise||user2||user2Pass|
In this activity, you will troubleshoot various issues in home wireless and enterprise wireless networks.
- Troubleshoot wireless LAN connectivity issues in a home network.
- Troubleshoot wireless LAN connectivity issues in an enterprise network.
Background / Scenario
Now that you have learned how to configure wireless in home and enterprise networks, you need to learn how to troubleshoot in both wireless environments. Your goal is to enable connectivity between hosts on the networks to the web server by both IP address and URL. Connectivity between the home and enterprise networks is not required.
To access the Home Wireless Router, the username and password is admin.
The WLC management interface username is admin and the password is Cisco123.
Part 1: Troubleshoot the Network
Note: You will only be troubleshooting the Home Wireless Router, WLC and wireless host devices in this activity.
Step 1: Test connectivity.
a. Test connectivity between the various wireless hosts and the web server by both IP and URL www.netacad.pt.
b. Record the hosts that cannot access the web server in the table in Step 2.
Step 2: Investigate issues and record findings.
a. Investigate the connectivity issues with each host. Issues may be with the host configuration, or with other wireless network components.
b. Complete the table.
Part 2: Fix Issues
Make changes to the device configurations so hosts can achieve connectivity with the network. Test to ensure all hosts can reach the communication goal of connecting to the web server by both IP address and URL.