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Assessment item 3 Network Design (Research) Value: 5% Due date: 30-Apr-2018 Return date: - Length: XXXXXXXXXXwords Submission method options Interact2 Discussion Board Task In this assessment, you are...

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Assessment item 3
Network Design (Research)
Value: 5%
Due date: 30-Apr-2018
Return date: -
Length:  XXXXXXXXXXwords
Submission method options
Interact2 Discussion Board
Task
In this assessment, you are required to read Assessment 4 (Research Network Design) and research a range of options/methods that can be used for network designing in Assessment 4. Based on your research you are required to post your views on pros and cons of each available option for the completion of Assessment 4 and select an option that you will use to complete that assessment.
In your post you must also justify the reasons behind your selection. Your post will be marked on:
· Expressing your professional viewpoint on the topic.
· Justifying your viewpoint with valid and credible evidence.
You are also required to provide constructive comments on at least one other student's post. The final marks for this assessment will be provided along with Assessment 4.
ASSESSMENT- 4
Network Design (Implementation)
Value: 25%
Due date: 13-May-2018
Return date: 05-Jun-2018
Submission method options
Alternative submission method
Task
This is a practical assessment and will enhance and test your practical skills related to the subject topic. You are required to set up a simple network using minimum three PCs and minimum two routers, or use simulation software to set up the same network.
To complete this assessment you are expected to refer to information beyond the text book. This assignment is open; in that you are free to choose the devices or software you use to complete the specified tasks. Students are expected to accomplish this task by utilising the necessary commands discussed in lectures and also described in the prescribed text book.
There are numerous web sites available that discuss Linux networking. You are expected to list your sources of information for the different tasks. When completing this project, you may encounter e
ors or experience difficulties getting your setup to work. If this occurs, your challenge is to analyse why they happen and report on how you solved the problems you encountered.
Additional information will be provided for technology options to use in creating this lab closer to the assessment due date.
Task 1 - Setting up a Network
You are required to set up a network consisting of PCs, routers and servers. You need to configure routing between routers (minimum two routers required). The routers will have multiple network interfaces. The PC (client) will be connected to one of the router's interfaces and other PCs (servers) will be connected to the second router's interface.
Client <--> Router <--> Router <--> Server(s)
Setup separate server for each application/service. Each side of the router will be in its own LAN (or WAN) segment and should have a different network address, use ONLY private IP address ranges to design this network.
Perform the following activities and support your workings with screenshots [10 marks]:
1. Configure the PC, Server and Router interfaces with appropriate network addressing;
2. Configure routing (IP packet forwarding) on the routers;
3. On the client ping the client's own network interface, then the local router gateway interface, then the remote router interface, then the server;
4. Use the traceroute command from the client to the server. Include results of the traceroute in your submission.
Task 2 - Configuring Network Services
Using the same network topology that you have setup in Task 1, perform the following additional activities [15 marks]:
1. DHCP: Configure DHCP on the server and show that the client PC has successfully received an IP Address and other network parameters (default router, netmask, DNS) using DHCP;
2. WEB Server: Configure a WEB server on dedicated machine, with URL as www.YOUR NAME.csu.edu.au
3. DNS: Configure a DNS Server on the server device and demonstrate that forward and reverse DNS are working from the client PC; test DNS Server by
owsing www.YOUR NAME.csu.edu.au from client PC, DNS must resolve this URL to IP address of WEB Serve
4. Firewall: Configure traffic filtering on the router to block TCP traffic only between one of the client PC and WEB Servers, and provide evidence of such traffic filtering.
A series of screen shots with commentary on each of the required tasks is to be submitted. The submission must include a comprehensive explanation of each task and all the commands used along with the output (or final result) in report format.
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Dr answered on May 10 2020
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Network Setup
The details given to setup the network includes the networking devices such as PCs, Routers, Switches, servers and connectivity. The actual network devices that are taken here to setup the network are as follows.
1. Router – 2
2. PC -2
3. Server – 2
4. Switch – 2
There are two different network (LAN) are required to be created by using a gateway router. Thus, one router is taken into the PC network and other router is taken under the Server Network. The network address for PC network is taken as 192.168.30.0 and for the server network the address is taken as 192.168.14.0.
The connection between PC to Switch and Switch to Router in PC network is taken by Fastethernet interface and in Server network servers to Switch and Switch to router by also through Fastethernet interfaces. The connection between the router of PC network and router of server network is taken by Serial interface.
The layout of network setup in cisco packet tracer is presented below.
Activities with Screenshots
The activities as mentioned are required to be configured on the network devices such as PC, routers, servers in the cisco packet tracer. The detailed activities including the screenshot are presented below.
1. Configure the PC, Server and Router interfaces with appropriate network addressing;
The appropriate network addressing to the PC, Server and router interfaces is performed by following cisco packet tracer commands.
Appropriate addressing to PC
The IP Version 4 address to the PC is assigned by the desktop IP Configuration with the PC instance in the cisco packet tracer. There are requirement to provide IP address, subnet mask, default gateway address, and DNS server address for each of the PC. The desktop IP configuration for each PC is taken by the given screenshots.
PC-A IP Version 4 Addressing
PC-B IP Version 4 Addressing
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Appropriate addressing to Serve
There are three servers taken in the network. The IP address, subnet mask, default gateway address and DNS server address for each of the server is defined under desktop IP configuration widow of the server. The IP configuration under the desktop IP configuration for each of the server of network is given as follows.
DNS Server IP Version 4 Addressing
DHCP Server IP Version 4 Addressing
Web Server IP Version 4 Addressing
Appropriate addressing to Router Interfaces
Router interface such as fastethernet and serial interfaces are configured by assigning the IP address through the command IP Address in cisco packet tracer. The allocation of IP address to each of the interface of each of the router such as PC router and Server router...
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