Accessing the WAN Guided Case Study Student

Accessing the WAN Guided Case Study Student

CCNA4 Exploration: Accessing the WAN Guided Case Study Student: Delfin, Martin Dale T. Pedro, John Francis A. Pang, Joseph John Bernard M. Colubio, Trixia Joyce C. Avinante , Isaiah Camille Pili , Mica Amor See, Jason Eliquen , Adrian S. Professor: Engr. Eric B. Blancaflor Date: June 19/2012 Logical Diagram Phase 1 – VLSM Network Name |VLAN |Number of host addresses |Network Address |Subnet Mask |Max Number of Hosts |Gateway Address | | | |required | | |Possible | | |Research |- |100 |172. 19. 1. 0/25 |255. 255. 255. 128 |126 |172. 19. 1. 1 | |Engineering |40 |60 |172. 9. 1. 128/26 |255. 255. 255. 192 |62 |172. 19. 1. 129 | |Sales |50 |24 |172. 19. 1. 192/27 |255. 255. 255. 224 |30 |172. 19. 1. 193 | |Accounting |- |14 |172. 19. 1. 224/28 |255. 255. 255. 240 |14 |172. 19. 1. 225 | |Admin |20 |12 |172. 19. 1. 40/28 |255. 255. 255. 240 |14 |172. 19. 1. 241 | |HQ mgt vlan |4 |8 |172. 19. 2. 0/28 |255. 255. 255. 240 |14 |172. 19. 2. 1 | |Servers |30 |6 |172. 19. 2. 16/29 |255. 255. 255. 248 |6 |172. 19. 2. 17 | |Paris mgt vlan |5 |4 |172. 19. 2. 4/29 |255. 255. 255. 248 |6 |172. 19. 2. 25 | |WAN A (102-201) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 32/30 |255. 255. 255. 252 |2 |- | |WAN B (103-301) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 36/30 |255. 255. 255. 252 |2 |- | |WAN C (104-401) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 40/30 |255. 55. 255. 252 |2 |- | |WAN D(203-302) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 44/30 |255. 255. 255. 252 |2 |- | |WAN E(204-402) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 48/30 |255. 255. 255. 252 |2 |- | |WAN F(304-403) |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 52/30 |255. 255. 255. 52 |2 |- | |Vienna – HQ |- |2 |172. 19. 2. 56/30 |255. 255. 255. 252 |2 |- | Router Name: Luxemburg (HQ) |Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |VLAN |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | | |Address | | | |Type/Number | | | | | | |Admin |Connection to VLANs |FA 0/0. 20 |20 |802. 1q |172. 19. 1. 240/28 |172. 21. 1. 97 |255. 255. 255. 240 | | |and for inter-VLANs | | | | | | | |Gen server |Connection to VLANs |FA0/0. 0 |30 |802. 1q |172. 19. 2. 16/29 |172. 19. 2. 17 |255. 255. 255. 248 | | |and for inter-VLANs | | | | | | | |Management |Connection to VLANs |FA0/0. 4 |4 |802. 1q |172. 21. 2. 0/28 |172. 19. 2. 1 |255. 255. 255. 40 | | |and for inter-VLANs | | | | | | | |DNS |Connection to DNS |FA0/1 |N/A |ARPA |198. 198. 1. 0/24 |198. 198. 1. 2 |255. 255. 255. 0 | | |server | | | | | | | |HQ – Vienna |Connection to Vienna|S 0/0/0 |N/A |PPP |172. 9. 2. 56/30 |172. 19. 2. 58 |255. 255. 255. 252 | |ISP |Connection to ISP |S0/1/0 |N/A |HDLC |200. 1. 1. 0/24 |200. 1. 1. 1 |255. 255. 255. 0 | | |router | | | | | | | Router Name: Paris Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |VLAN |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | | |Address | | | | |Type/Number | | | | | | |Sales |Connection to VLANs |FA 0/0. 50 |50 |802. 1q |172. 19. 1. 192 /27 |172. 19. 1. 193 |255. 55. 255. 224 | | |and for inter-VLANs | | | | | | | |Management |Connection to VLANs |FA0/0. 5 |5 |802. 1q |172. 21. 2. 0/28 |172. 19. 2. 1 |255. 255. 255. 240 | | |and for inter-VLANs | | | | | | | |WAN A |Frame Relay |S 0/0/0 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 9. 2. 32/30 |172. 19. 2. 34 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Paris to Berlin | | | | | | | |WAN D |Frame Relay |S 0/0/0 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 9. 2. 44/30 |172. 19. 2. 45 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Paris to Monaco | | | | | | | |WAN E |Frame Relay |S 0/0/0 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 9. 2. 50/30 |172. 19. 2. 51 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Paris to Vienna | | | | | | | Router Name: ISP Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |VLAN |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | | |Address | | | | |Type/Number | | | | | | Router Name: Vienna Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | |Address | | | | |Type/Number | | | | | |Wan E |Frame Relay |S0/0/0. 402 |Frame Relay |172. 9. 2. 50/30 |172. 19. 2. 52 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | |Vienna to Paris | | | | | | |Wan F |Frame Relay |S0/0/0. 403 |Frame Relay |172. 19. 2. 52/30 |172. 19. 2. 54 |255. 255. 255. 52 | | |connection from | | | | | | | |Vienna to Monaco | | | | | | |Vienna – HQ |Connection from |S0/0/1 |PPP |172. 19. 2. 56/30 |172. 19. 2. 57 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |Vienna to HQ | | | | | |

Router Name: Berlin |Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |VLAN |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | | |Address | | | | |Type/Number | | | | | | |Wan B |Frame Relay |Serial0/0/0. 03 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 19. 2. 36/30 |172. 19. 2. 37 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Berlin to Monaco | | | | | | | |Wan C |Frame Relay |Serial0/0/0. 04 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 19. 2. 40/30 |172. 19. 2. 41 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Berlin to Vienna | | | | | | | Router Name: Monaco Network Name |Description and |Interface/Sub |VLAN |Encapsulation |Network Number |Interface IP |Subnet Mask | | |Purpose |Interface | | | |Address | | | | |Type/Number | | | | | | |Wan D |Frame Relay |S 0/0/0. 02 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 19. 2. 44/30 |172. 19. 2. 46 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Vienna to Paris | | | | | | | |Wan F |Frame Relay |S0/0/0. 04 |N/A |Frame Relay |172. 19. 2. 52/30 |172. 19. 2. 53 |255. 255. 255. 252 | | |connection from | | | | | | | | |Vienna to Monaco | | | | | | | Distribution Switch Name: SW/Distribution

Switch IP address: 172. 19. 2. 2/28VLAN: 4 |Port/Number |Description and Purpose |Speed |Duplex |VLANs allowed |Switchport Type |Encapsulation (if | | | | | | | |needed) | |FA 0/2 |Vlan Connection |100 Mbps |Full |4,10,20,30 |Trunk |802. q | |FA 0/3 |Vlan Connection |100 Mbps |Full |4,10,20,30 |Trunk |802. 1q | |FA 0/6 |Vlan Connection |100 Mbps |Full |4,10,20,30 |Trunk |802. 1q | |FA 0/7 |Vlan Connection |100 Mbps |Full |4,10,20,30 |Trunk |802. 1q | Access Switch Name: SW1/Access Switch IP address: 172. 9. 2. 3/28VLAN: 4 |Interface/ Sub Interface |Description and Purpose |Speed |Duplex |Network Name | |Type/Port/ Number | | | | | |Host on Sales |example. com |HTTP |Success | | |Host on Engineering |example. om |HTTP |Success | | |Host on Personnel |example. com |HTTP |Success | | |Host on Finance |example. com |HTTP |Success | | |Host on IT support |example. om |HTTP |Success | | | | | | | | |Host on IT Support |Host on Sales, Engineering, |ping |Success x 5 | | | |Personnel, Finance. | | | | |All switches | | | | |Host on Sales, Engineering, |Host on IT Support |ping |Failure x 4 | | |Finance and Personnel | | | | | |Host on Sales, Engineering, |To Internet |ping, FTP, telnet |Failure x 4 | | |Finance and Personnel | | | | | | | | | | | |Host on Finance |Finance server, Personnel Server |FTP or HTTP |Success x 2 | | |Host on Personnel |Personnel server |FTP or HTTP |Success | | |Host on Engineering |General server |FTP or HTTP |Success | | |Host on Sales |Sales server |FTP or HTTP |Success | | |Host on Finance |Finance server |ping |Failure | | |Host on Personnel |Personnel server |ping |Failure | | |Host on Engineering |General server |ping |Failure | | |Host on Sales |General server |ping |Failure | | | | | | | | Appendix Cisco Catalyst 2960-S [pic] Features: Connectivity 24 or 48 ports of Gigabit Ethernet desktop connectivity • Industry first PoE+ with up to 30W per port to support the latest PoE+ capable devices • Optional four 1 Gigabit Ethernet SFP or two 10 Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ Uplinks High Availability • Cisco FlexStack stacking for ease of operation with single configuration and simplified switch upgrade Cisco Catalyst Smart Operations • Cisco Smart Install to have the switch immediately active after installation • Cisco Auto Smartports enables automatic configuration by connected device type Security • Superior Layer 2 threat defense capabilities Investment Protection • Pay for functions and services only as needed • Enhanced Limited Lifetime Warranty Enhanced Cisco EnergyWise to measure, report and reduce energy usage across the entire organization For fixed-configuration, standalone, intelligent Ethernet devices with Power over Ethernet (PoE), the Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Intelligent Ethernet Switches with LAN Base software is still available. These switches allow entry-level networks to provide enhanced LAN services, and provide desktop Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity. Reference: http://www. cisco. com/en/US/products/ps6406/ Cisco 2811 Integrated Services Router [pic] The Cisco 2811 Integrated Services Router is part of the Cisco 2800 Integrated Services Router Series which complements the Integrated Services Router Portfolio.

The Cisco 2811 Integrated Services Router provides the following support: • Wire-speed performance for concurrent services such as security and voice , and advanced services to multiple T1/E1/xDSL WAN rates • Enhanced investment protection through increased performance and modularity • Increased density through High-Speed WAN Interface Card Slots (four) • Enhanced Network Module Slot • Support for over 90 existing and new modules • Support for majority of existing AIMs, NMs, WICs, VWICs, and VICs • Two Integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports • Optional Layer 2 switching support with Power over Ethernet (PoE) (as an option) • Security o On-board encryption Support of up to 1500 VPN tunnels with the AIM-EPII-PLUS Module o Antivirus defense support through Network Admission Control (NAC) o Intrusion Prevention as well as stateful Cisco IOS Firewall support and many more essential security features • Voice o Analog and digital voice call support o Optional voice mail support o Optional support for Cisco CallManager Express (Cisco CME) for local call processing in stand alone business for up to36 IP Phones o Optional support for Survivable Remote Site Telephony support for local call processing in small enterprise branch offices for up to 36 IP phones Reference: http://www. cisco. com/en/US/products/ps5881