ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers

If your exam ID does not match the IDs below, simply select an ID whose IP Address / LAN 1-2 subnet host requirements (in “Addressing Requirements Table“) match the IP Addresses / LAN 1-2 subnet host requirements in your exam.

The remaining changes include: Router hostname, Swich hostname, encrypted privileged EXEC password. You must change it to match your exam.


ITN Final Skills Exam (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 R1
S1 S1
PC-A PC-A
PC-B PC-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1
b. Configure router hostname using the name R1.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name S1.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.

Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1

a. Shut down all unused ports on S1.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 011

Answers Key

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch S1 and Router R1 to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect PC-A (FastEthernet0 port) and S1 (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router R1
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Using line console to connect PC-A and Router
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Click to PC-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router R1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname R1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch S1

Then, using Console cable to connect PC-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch S1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname S1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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ITN Final Skills Exam (PTSA) - ID: 002 - Last Updated: Aug 2021

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 R1
S1 S1
PC-A PC-A
PC-B PC-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1
b. Configure router hostname using the name R1.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name S1.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure NoOneShouldKnow as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.

Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1

a. Shut down all unused ports on S1.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 002

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch S1 and Router R1 to wiring closet equipment rack.
ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 2

Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect PC-A (FastEthernet0 port) and S1 (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router R1
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Configuration for router R1

Using line console to connect PC-A and Router R1
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Click to PC-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router R1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname R1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch S1

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch S1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname S1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Central-RT
S1 Central-SW
PC-A User-A
PC-B User-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Central-RT router and Central-SW switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Central-SW SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Central-RT and Central-SW
b. Configure router hostname using the name Central-RT.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Central-SW.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Central-RT and Central-SW.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Central-RT G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Central-SW VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure NoOneShouldKnow as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Central-RT.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Central-RT and Central-SW

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Central-SW

a. Shut down all unused ports on Central-SW.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 012

Answers Key

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Central-SW and Router Central-RT to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Central-SW (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router Central-RT
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Central-RT configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-RT
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Central-SW

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Central-SW configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-SW
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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Topology

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Central-RT
S1 Central-SW
PC-A User-A
PC-B User-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 209.165.201.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 29
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 17
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Central-RT router and Central-SW switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 209.165.201.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 29 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 17 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 209.165.201.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 29
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 17

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Central-SW SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Central-RT and Central-SW
b. Configure router hostname using the name Central-RT.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Central-SW.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Central-RT and Central-SW.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Central-RT G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Central-SW VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure NoOneShouldKnow as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Central-RT.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Central-RT and Central-SW

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Central-SW

a. Shut down all unused ports on Central-SW.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 211

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Central-SW and Router Central-RT to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Central-SW (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

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Turn-on PCs and Router Central-RT
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 209.165.201.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 29 209.165.201.0/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 17 209.165.201.32/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.1
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 209.165.201.33
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.30
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 209.165.201.62

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Central-RT configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-RT
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 209.165.201.33 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.1 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Central-SW

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Central-SW configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-SW
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.2 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 209.165.201.1

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 209.165.201.30
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.1
PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 209.165.201.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.33

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Router-A
S1 Switch-A
PC-A Host-A
PC-B Host-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
Host-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
Host-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Router-A router and Switch-A switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Switch-A SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Router-A and Switch-A
b. Configure router hostname using the name Router-A.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Switch-A.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Router-A and Switch-A.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Router-A G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Switch-A VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure ThisisaSecret as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Router-A.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Router-A and Switch-A

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Switch-A

a. Shut down all unused ports on Switch-A.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 020

Answers Key

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Switch-A and Router Router-A to wiring closet equipment rack.
ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 2

Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect Host-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Switch-A (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router Router-A
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
Host-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
Host-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Using line console to connect Host-A and Router
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Click to Host-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Router-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Router-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret ThisisaSecret
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Switch-A

Then, using Console cable to connect Host-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Switch-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Switch-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret ThisisaSecret
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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Topology

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Router-A
S1 Switch-A
PC-A Host-A
PC-B Host-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Router-A router and Switch-A switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 172.16.1.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 60 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 20 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 172.16.1.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 60
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 20

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Switch-A SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Router-A and Switch-A
b. Configure router hostname using the name Router-A.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Switch-A.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Router-A and Switch-A.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Router-A G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Switch-A VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure NoOneShouldKnow as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Router-A.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Router-A and Switch-A

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Switch-A

a. Shut down all unused ports on Switch-A.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 120

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Switch-A and Router Router-A to wiring closet equipment rack.
ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 2

Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Switch-A (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router Router-A
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60 172.16.1.0/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20 172.16.1.64/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.1
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.65
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.62
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.94

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Router-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Router-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 172.16.1.65 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.1 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch-A

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Switch-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Switch-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.2 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 172.16.1.1

enable secret NoOneShouldKnow
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.1
PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.94
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.65

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Topology

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Central-RT
S1 Central-SW
PC-A User-A
PC-B User-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Central-RT router and Central-SW switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Central-SW SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Central-RT and Central-SW
b. Configure router hostname using the name Central-RT.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Central-SW.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Central-RT and Central-SW.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Central-RT G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Central-SW VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Central-RT.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Central-RT and Central-SW

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Central-SW

a. Shut down all unused ports on Central-SW.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 011

Answers Key

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Central-SW and Router Central-RT to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Central-SW (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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Turn-on PCs and Router Central-RT
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Central-RT configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-RT
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Central-SW

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Central-SW configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-SW
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Router-A
S1 Switch-A
PC-A Host-A
PC-B Host-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
Host-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
Host-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

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ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Router-A router and Switch-A switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Switch-A SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Router-A and Switch-A
b. Configure router hostname using the name Router-A.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Switch-A.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Router-A and Switch-A.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Router-A G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Switch-A VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Router-A.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Router-A and Switch-A

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Switch-A

a. Shut down all unused ports on Switch-A.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 021

Answers Key

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Switch-A and Router Router-A to wiring closet equipment rack.
ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 2

Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect Host-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Switch-A (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

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Turn-on PCs and Router Router-A
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 192.168.10.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 100 192.168.10.0/25
SM: 255.255.255.128
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 50 192.168.10.128/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
Router-A G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.1
Router-A G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.129
Switch-A SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.2
Host-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 192.168.10.126
Host-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 192.168.10.190

Using line console to connect Host-A and Router
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Click to Host-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Router-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Router-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 192.168.10.129 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Switch-A

Then, using Console cable to connect Host-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Switch-A configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Switch-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 192.168.10.2 255.255.255.128
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 192.168.10.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.126
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.128
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.1

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PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 192.168.10.190
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.10.129

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Central-RT
S1 Central-SW
PC-A User-A
PC-B User-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 209.165.201.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 29
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 17
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Central-RT router and Central-SW switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 209.165.201.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 29 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 17 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 209.165.201.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 29
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 17

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Central-SW SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Central-RT and Central-SW
b. Configure router hostname using the name Central-RT.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Central-SW.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Central-RT and Central-SW.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Central-RT G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Central-SW VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure ThisisaSecret as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Central-RT.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Central-RT and Central-SW

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Central-SW

a. Shut down all unused ports on Central-SW.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 210

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Central-SW and Router Central-RT to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Central-SW (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router Central-RT
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 209.165.201.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 29 209.165.201.0/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 17 209.165.201.32/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.1
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 209.165.201.33
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 209.165.201.30
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 209.165.201.62

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Central-RT configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-RT
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 209.165.201.33 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.1 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret ThisisaSecret
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Switch Central-SW

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Central-SW configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-SW
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.2 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 209.165.201.1

enable secret ThisisaSecret
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 209.165.201.30
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.1
PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 209.165.201.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.33

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 Central-RT
S1 Central-SW
PC-A User-A
PC-B User-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

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ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 1
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.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the Central-RT router and Central-SW switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 172.16.1.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 60 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 20 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 172.16.1.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 60
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 20

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on Central-RT G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Central-SW SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on Central-RT and Central-SW
b. Configure router hostname using the name Central-RT.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name Central-SW.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on Central-RT and Central-SW.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure Central-RT G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the Central-SW VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Central-RT and Central-SW

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on Central-RT.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Central-RT and Central-SW

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Central-SW

a. Shut down all unused ports on Central-SW.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 111

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch Central-SW and Router Central-RT to wiring closet equipment rack.
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Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect User-A (FastEthernet0 port) and Central-SW (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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Turn-on PCs and Router Central-RT
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60 172.16.1.0/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20 172.16.1.64/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
Central-RT G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.1
Central-RT G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.65
Central-SW SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.2
User-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.62
User-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.94

Using line console to connect User-A and Router
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Click to User-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router Central-RT configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-RT
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 172.16.1.65 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.1 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for Central-SW

Then, using Console cable to connect User-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch Central-SW configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Central-SW
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.2 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 172.16.1.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.1
PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.94
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.65

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Device Names Table

You will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name Your Scenario Name
R1 R1
S1 S1
PC-A PC-A
PC-B PC-B

Addressing Requirements Table

Item Requirements
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

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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.
  3. Click the Submit Assessment button in the browser window to submit your work.

Assessment Objectives

  • Part 1: Build the Network
  • Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
  • Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
  • Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
  • Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions

In this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 172.16.1.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 60 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 20 hosts.

Part 1: Build the Network

a. Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b. Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c. Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

  • IPv4 Network: 172.16.1.0/24
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 60
  • Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 20

a. Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1) Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

  • LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1
  • LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0

2) Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3) Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings

a. Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1
b. Configure router hostname using the name R1.
c. Configure switch hostname using the name S1.
d. Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.
e. Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces

a. Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask

b. Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

  • Interface description
  • IPv4 address / subnet mask
  • The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1

Step 1: Configure enhanced password security

a. Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b. Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c. Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.

Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1

a. Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b. Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345
c. Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d. Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e. Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1

a. Shut down all unused ports on S1.
b. Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
ID: 101

Answers Key - 100% Score

Part 1: Build the Network

Placing Switch S1 and Router R1 to wiring closet equipment rack.
ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 2

Using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect PC-A (FastEthernet0 port) and S1 (FastEthernet0/6 port)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 3

Same as above, using Copper Straight-Through cable to connect all devices as shown in the topology diagram.

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ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

ITN (Version 7.00) Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA) Exam Answers 4

Turn-on PCs and Router R1
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Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Item Requirements IPv4 Address
Network Address 172.16.1.0/24
LAN 1 subnet host requirements 60 172.16.1.0/26
SM: 255.255.255.192
LAN 2 subnet host requirements 20 172.16.1.64/27
SM: 255.255.255.224
R1 G0/0/1 First host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.1
R1 G0/0/0 First host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.65
S1 SVI Second host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.2
PC-A Last host address in LAN 1 subnet 172.16.1.62
PC-B Last host address in LAN 2 subnet 172.16.1.94

Using line console to connect PC-A and Router
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Click to PC-A --> Terminal app --> click OK
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Router R1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname R1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 172.16.1.65 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.1 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

Configuration for S1

Then, using Console cable to connect PC-B and Switch
To show Console port on Switch, Right click Switch --> Inspect Rear --> Console port
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Switch S1 configuration script

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname S1
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 172.16.1.2 255.255.255.192
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 172.16.1.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 - 4, f0/7 - 24, g0/1 - 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

On PCs, go to Desktop tab --> IP Configuration menu

PC-A Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.1
PC-B Network Configuration
IPv4 Address 172.16.1.94
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 172.16.1.65

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yang
yang
16 days ago

well, I was unable to change the configuration of switch and router, as it suggest “configure is locked by author’s design for this activity”. How should I fix it

Nishantha Dharmaratne
Nishantha Dharmaratne
21 days ago

Thank you very much this is very needful.

Private
Private
26 days ago

I just follow the steps, I did it all.
When checking results, I have all correct except banner and descriptions.
Anyone knows what is the criteria for that to happen?
(I set different descriptions from the provided solution but there isn’t a specific description that is mandatory to place).
Thanks in advance.

ASEP
ASEP
1 month ago

If you still failing then try looking in the task table “ID” at the bottom and make sure it is the same as the one at the top of the website

in ID : 112 can searc ID 111

Bhaai
Bhaai
29 days ago
Reply to  ASEP

Where can I find the id

Joseph
Joseph
1 month ago

demm , for looking ID : 112 in here?

Fernando Celestino
Fernando Celestino
1 month ago

Are all these up-to-date because i’m taking the exam tommorow? please someone verify them!

Adeniyi
Adeniyi
2 months ago

please i need it now for my exam

Adeniyi
Adeniyi
2 months ago

can you configure 172.16.1.0/24 with 60 host for LAN1 and 20 host for LAN2?


Tom
Tom
3 months ago

Still valid

Ivan
Ivan
5 months ago

I got a different version, that uses
Device Names Table
R1

Router-A

S1

Switch-A

PC-A

Host-A

PC-B

Host-B

And Addressing Requirements Table
Network Address

209.165.201.0/24

LAN 1 subnet host requirements

29

LAN 2 subnet host requirements

17

Router-A G0/0/1

First host address in LAN 1 subnet

Router-A G0/0/0

First host address in LAN 2 subnet

Switch-A SVI

Second host address in LAN 1 subnet

Host-A

Last host address in LAN 1 subnet

Host-B

Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

I need Help :C

Anna
Anna
5 months ago

Got 100%, thank you 💖

Haya
Haya
5 months ago

For ID 102, is there none?

Tara
Tara
6 months ago

Hello, I need help with my exam I have try to put in my password so many times and it’s not taking it. It keeps saying that it’s a bad password. Please someone help me out because my homework is due tonight.

Gabriel
Gabriel
6 months ago

I got ID: 222

It’s the same as ID 211 but with the names for the Switch and Router a bit different:

b.     Configure router hostname using the name Router-A.
c.     Configure switch hostname using the name Switch-A.

The IPv4 Network and number of hosts for each subnet remained the same.

Rehan Mahmood
Rehan Mahmood
6 months ago

what is the marks total for each part

myDrilla
myDrilla
6 months ago

I got ID 020 and just followed the steps accordingly. Thank you!

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Amon
Amon
6 months ago

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

 

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

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

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions
In this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 209.165.201.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 29 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 17 hosts.

No subnet calculators may be used.

Part 1: Build the Network
a.   Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.

b.   Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.

c.   Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
In this part of the assessment, you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below. Note that LAN 1 should use the first subnet.

Work with the following information:

=  IPv4 Network: 209.165.201.0/24

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 29.

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 17.

a.   Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1)   Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface:

=  LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1.

=  LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0.

2)   Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.

3)   Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection. Connectivity between the hosts should be established.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings
a.   Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1.

b.   Configure router hostname using the name R1.

c.   Configure switch hostname using the name S1.

d.   Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.

e.   Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces
a.   Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

b.   Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

o  The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
Step 1: Configure enhanced password security
a.   Configure NoOneShouldKnow as the encrypted privileged EXEC password.

b.   Encrypt all plaintext passwords.

c.   Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.

Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1
a.   Configure netsec.com as the domain name.

b.   Configure a local user netadmin with the secret password Ci$co12345

c.   Set login on vty lines to use local database.

d.   Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.

e.   Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1
a.   Shut down all unused ports on S1.

b.   Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity
Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.

 

 

Last Updated: September 2023

ID: 202

 

 

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Shiv
Shiv
17 days ago
Reply to  Amon

hey did u find answer?

Tgart
Tgart
8 months ago

I got 002 but i cannot access PC-B Config terminal its locked – is this right or is there another way to configure this terminals–HELP!!!

kjgf
kjgf
9 months ago

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Router-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface g0/0/0
description Connect to Subnet B
ip address 209.165.201.33 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

interface g0/0/1
description Connect to Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.1 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption
security passwords min-length 10

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024
exit
copy running-config startup-config

enable
configure terminal 
no ip domain-lookup
hostname Switch-A
banner motd #Unauthorized access to this device is prohibited!#

interface vlan 1
description Switch Subnet A
ip address 209.165.201.2 255.255.255.224
no shutdown 
exit

ip default-gateway 209.165.201.1

enable secret DontTellAnyone
service password-encryption

ip domain-name netsec.com
username netadmin secret Ci$co12345

line console 0
password C@nsPassw!
login
exit

line vty 0 15
transport input ssh
login local
exit

crypto key generate rsa
1024

int range f0/1 – 4, f0/7 – 24, g0/1 – 2
description Unused switch ports
shutdown

end
copy running-config startup-config

IPv4 Address 209.165.201.30
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.1

IPv4 Address 209.165.201.62
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224
IPv4 Default Gateway 209.165.201.33

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

 

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

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

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions
In this assessment you will configure the Router-A router and Switch-A switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 209.165.201.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 29 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 17 hosts.

No subnet calculators may be used.

Part 1: Build the Network
a.   Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.

b.   Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.

c.   Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
In this part of the assessment you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

=  IPv4 Network: 209.165.201.0/24

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 29

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 17

a.   Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1)   Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

=  LAN 1 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/1

=  LAN 2 is hosted on Router-A G0/0/0

2)   Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.

3)   Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to Switch-A SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings
a.   Disable DNS lookup on Router-A and Switch-A

b.   Configure router hostname using the name Router-A.

c.   Configure switch hostname using the name Switch-A.

d.   Configure an appropriate banner on Router-A and Switch-A.

e.   Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces
a.   Configure Router-A G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

b.   Configure the Switch-A VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

o  The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on Router-A and Switch-A
Step 1: Configure enhanced password security
a.   Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password

b.   Encrypt all plaintext passwords

c.   Set minimum password length to 10 on Router-A.

Step 2: Configure SSH on Router-A and Switch-A
a.   Configure netsec.com as the domain name

b.   Configure a local user netadmin with the encrypted password Ci$co12345

c.   Set login on vty lines to use local database.

d.   Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.

e.   Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on Switch-A
a.   Shut down all unused ports on Switch-A.

b.   Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity
Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.

 

 

Last Updated: May 2021

ID: 221

 

 

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AT107
AT107
5 months ago
Reply to  kjgf

thx

Luicy
Luicy
11 months ago

ID:000 How can I choose?thank you

Canadian
Canadian
11 months ago

I believe there is also type A, type B and type C; do those types still come on tests?

Canadian
Canadian
11 months ago

there used to be type a, b and c. Are they still here

Joe bumbum
Joe bumbum
11 months ago

i got a 94 omggggggggg thank you so much

meeeeeeeee
meeeeeeeee
1 year ago

is ID: 022 like ID: 021 ?

GAZA
GAZA
1 year ago

Got ID 210 and used ID 211 to solve got 100%

Nigga
Nigga
1 year ago

Nigga this really works, just change the secret if its a diff ID

jeff
jeff
11 months ago
Reply to  Nigga

why thank u nigga

Maulik
Maulik
1 year ago

what can i show the ip address

SBK
SBK
1 year ago

Id 220 answer what?

SBK
SBK
1 year ago

Id 221 answer what?

Anon
Anon
1 year ago

I had ID 220 and it’s not on here, but I checked through and ID 211 worked for me, the only difference is the names (which you can figure out which is which) and the secret which is ThisisaSecret and not NoOneShouldKnow (in red). Just switch those and you’ll be good if you got the ID 220. Got a 100%

agim
agim
1 year ago

igot 59 %whys that

VVLADKO
VVLADKO
1 year ago

Device Names TableYou will receive one of three possible scenarios. In order to use the logical topology diagram that is provided with the instructions, use the device names in the Device Names Table.

Topology Diagram Name

Your Scenario Name

R1

R1

S1

S1

PC-A

PC-A

PC-B

PC-B

 
Addressing Requirements Table

Item

Requirements

Network Address

192.168.10.0/24

LAN 1 subnet host requirements

100

LAN 2 subnet host requirements

50

R1 G0/0/1

First host address in LAN 1 subnet

R1 G0/0/0

First host address in LAN 2 subnet

S1 SVI

Second host address in LAN 1 subnet

PC-A

Last host address in LAN 1 subnet

PC-B

Last host address in LAN 2 subnet

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

 

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.

Assessment ObjectivesPart 1: Build the Network
Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity
InstructionsIn this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 192.168.10.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 100 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 50 hosts.
No subnet calculators may be used.
Part 1: Build the Networka.      Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b.      Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c.      Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.
Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing SchemeIn this part of the assessment you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.
Work with the following information:
=   IPv4 Network: 192.168.10.0/24
=   Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 100
=   Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 50
a.      Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.
1)     Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface
=   LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1
=   LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0
2)     Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3)     Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.
Part 3: Configure Basic Device SettingsNetwork devices must be configured over a direct console connection.
Step 1: Configure Basic Settingsa.      Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1
b.      Configure router hostname using the name R1.
c.      Configure switch hostname using the name S1.
d.      Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.
e.      Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!
Step 2: Configure Interfacesa.      Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:
o   Interface description
o   IPv4 address / subnet mask
b.      Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:
o   Interface description
o   IPv4 address / subnet mask
o   The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.
Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1Step 1: Configure enhanced password securitya.      Configure ThisisaSecret as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b.      Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c.      Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.
Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1a.      Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b.      Configure a local user netadmin with the encrypted password Ci$co12345
c.      Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d.      Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e.      Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.
Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1a.      Shut down all unused ports on S1.
b.      Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.
Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify ConnectivityConfigure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
 
 
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Luicy
Luicy
11 months ago
Reply to  VVLADKO

The same!so how to choose?tq

ELIZABETH GLORY
ELIZABETH GLORY
1 year ago

I really did this exam today though I haven’t got the grade yet but hoping for the best, thank you for the full guide.

Chandler Matthews
Chandler Matthews
1 year ago

so are these ipv4 addresses posted the ones we need for the exam or does it generate different ones to subnet?

Deniro
Deniro
1 year ago

How do you undo if you make a mistake because everything is locked

making sure
making sure
1 year ago

I found the topology is same in all the sets only difference in network, subnet host number and passwords . Can anyone tell topology will remain same in final skill exam

Help
Help
1 year ago

Can anyone tell me how to check ID of these sets in exam .

help
help
1 year ago

thx

Yes
Yes
1 year ago

ITN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)
 A few things to keep in mind while completing this activity:
Do not use the browser Back button or close or reload any exam windows during the exam.Do not close Packet Tracer when you are done. It will close automatically.Click the Submit Assessment button in the browser window to submit your work.Assessment ObjectivesPart 1: Build the Network
Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity
InstructionsIn this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 209.165.201.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 29 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 17 hosts.
No subnet calculators may be used.
Part 1: Build the Networka.      Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.
b.      Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.
c.      Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.
Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing SchemeIn this part of the assessment you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.
Work with the following information:
=   IPv4 Network: 209.165.201.0/24
=   Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 29
=   Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 17
a.      Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.
1)     Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface
=   LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1
=   LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0
2)     Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.
3)     Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.
Part 3: Configure Basic Device SettingsNetwork devices must be configured over a direct console connection.
Step 1: Configure Basic Settingsa.      Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1
b.      Configure router hostname using the name R1.
c.      Configure switch hostname using the name S1.
d.      Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.
e.      Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!
Step 2: Configure Interfacesa.      Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:
o   Interface description
o   IPv4 address / subnet mask
b.      Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:
o   Interface description
o   IPv4 address / subnet mask
o   The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.
Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1Step 1: Configure enhanced password securitya.      Configure DontTellAnyone as the encrypted privileged EXEC password
b.      Encrypt all plaintext passwords
c.      Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.
Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1a.      Configure netsec.com as the domain name
b.      Configure a local user netadmin with the encrypted password Ci$co12345
c.      Set login on vty lines to use local database.
d.      Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.
e.      Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.
Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1a.      Shut down all unused ports on S1.
b.      Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.
Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify ConnectivityConfigure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.
 
 
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Lee
Lee
1 year ago

TN Final PT Skills Assessment (PTSA)

 

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

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

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity

Instructions
In this assessment you will configure the R1 router and S1 switch, as you have done in the activities in this course. You will also connect two PCs using a switch and a router that are in the main wiring closet. You will subnet the 172.16.1.0/24 network to provide IPv4 addresses for two subnets that will support the required number of hosts. The larger subnet (LAN 1) requires 60 hosts and the smaller subnet (LAN 2) requires 20 hosts.

No subnet calculators may be used.

Part 1: Build the Network
a.   Build the network according to the logical topology by placing the required equipment in the wiring closet equipment rack.

b.   Cable the network devices in the closet as shown in the topology diagram.

c.   Connect the hosts as shown in the topology diagram.

Part 2: Develop an IP Addressing Scheme
In this part of the assessment you will develop an IP addressing scheme. You will subnet an IPv4 network to create two subnets with the required number of hosts. You will also subnet an IPv6 network. You will then assign the addresses according to the requirements below.

Work with the following information:

=  IPv4 Network: 172.16.1.0/24

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 1: 60

=  Required number of hosts in IPv4 LAN 2: 20

a.   Record your subnet assignments according to the following requirements.

1)   Assign the first IPv4 address of each subnet to a router interface

=  LAN 1 is hosted on R1 G0/0/1

=  LAN 2 is hosted on R1 G0/0/0

2)   Assign the last IPv4 address of each subnet to the PC NIC.

3)   Assign the second IPv4 address of LAN 1 to S1 SVI.

Part 3: Configure Basic Device Settings
Network devices must be configured over a direct console connection.

Step 1: Configure Basic Settings
a.   Disable DNS lookup on R1 and S1

b.   Configure router hostname using the name R1.

c.   Configure switch hostname using the name S1.

d.   Configure an appropriate banner on R1 and S1.

e.   Allow console logins with the password C@nsPassw!

Step 2: Configure Interfaces
a.   Configure R1 G0/0/0 and G0/0/1 interfaces using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

b.   Configure the S1 VLAN 1 SVI interface using the addressing from the previous part of this assessment:

o  Interface description

o  IPv4 address / subnet mask

o  The switch should be reachable from devices on other networks.

Part 4: Configure Security Settings on R1 and S1
Step 1: Configure enhanced password security
a.   Configure ThisisaSecret as the encrypted privileged EXEC password

b.   Encrypt all plaintext passwords

c.   Set minimum password length to 10 on R1.

Step 2: Configure SSH on R1 and S1
a.   Configure netsec.com as the domain name

b.   Configure a local user netadmin with the encrypted password Ci$co12345

c.   Set login on vty lines to use local database.

d.   Configure the vty lines to accept SSH access only.

e.   Generate an RSA crypto key using 1024 bits modulus.

Step 3: Secure switch ports on S1
a.   Shut down all unused ports on S1.

b.   Enter descriptions for all unused switch ports to indicate that they are intentionally shutdown.

Part 5: Configure the Hosts and Verify Connectivity
Configure both hosts with the IPv4 addresses that were assigned in Part 2 of this assessment.

 

 

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Sandra
Sandra
1 year ago

I just did the test and got 100%. I can’t do the copy and paste that will make PT hang, I must save and come back later. So must type by myself very carefully. Use the Copper Straight-Through cable for all connections. The exam is still the same for the network and subnet calculation. They just changed the password, name of the PC, switch, and router. Make sure you enter the descriptions for all unused switch ports. No extra command from the answer here.

sss
sss
1 year ago
Reply to  Sandra

how to check the ID of your exam

Jose
Jose
1 year ago

Mine was ID 121 and it is almost the same as 120 jus the password is diferent
enable secret DontTellAnyone

Val
Val
1 year ago
Reply to  Jose

Goodluck on your exams my friend

Caspian82
Caspian82
1 year ago

Password changed to ThisisaSecret

Joaquim
Joaquim
1 year ago

with This packet tracer download, i can’t turn on the switch because the rear view isn’t available

joaquim
joaquim
1 year ago

When i try inspect rear (configuration for switch S1) only appears Inspect Front

Shokhzod
Shokhzod
2 years ago

My Test ID was id:001 and I couldn’t find answers with this ID.
But when I checked this ID:002 with ID:001, the only difference was in the secret password ID:001 ==> “DontTellAnyone”
NOT ==> “NoOneShouldKnow”

If Yours is ID:001 Just Change this.

Jun
Jun
2 years ago

where do you find the .pka file? I only downloaded .pkt files.

Jun
Jun
2 years ago

where can i download a .pka file?

Pratim
Pratim
2 years ago

Followed All the steps, got 94%

jose jos
jose jos
2 years ago
Reply to  Pratim

was anything different from any versions? I heard they updated to version 8. Just curious.. Thank you in advance

Ferran
Ferran
2 years ago

Why is there no IPv6 configuration?

Ferran
Ferran
2 years ago

Why is only IPv4 used in the solution? What about IPv6?