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Assignment List for CIS 271 – Cisco II

Spring 2014 (Revised 3/30/14)

 


Getting Started (Orientation) -

Reading Assignment:

Syllabus, Assignment List, Getting Started documents (on the Canvas website – http://olympic.instructure.com)

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 5, 2014
Points Possible: 10* (*Extra Credit) Project Duration: 10 - 15 minutes

Deliverable Length: 1- 2 paragraphs

Please provide some information on your background, education, work experience and personal interests that you would like to share with the rest of the class. Where are you from?  What do you do for a living?  What do you hope to get out of this course? … Please indicate how many courses you have taken to-date through Olympic College and WAOL and if you are taking any additional courses this term.  If you have any IT experience, do not hesitate to reveal it.  Please share your expectations for this hybrid course and the Olympic College program in which you are currently enrolled.

Assignment Type: Survey Due Date: April 5, 2014

Points Possible: 10* (*Extra Credit) Project Duration: 5 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Complete the Canvas Pre-Survey found within the Getting Started (Orientation) module of your Canvas online classroom.  Log into https://olympic.instructure.com and complete this survey before the assignment due date (found above).

 


Module 1 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 1 – Introduction to Switched Networks

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 2, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 5 paragraphs

Introduction to Switched Networks

Describe, in your own words, the need for and basic operation of a CAM table.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: April 5, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

 

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1 at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

 

Packet Tracer Activity 1.3.1.3 Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

None

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: April 6, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 1 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 2 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 2 – Basic Switching Concepts and Configuration

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 9, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 5 paragraphs

Basic Switching Concepts and Configuration

Describe, in your own words, the basic security attacks in a switched environment.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: April 12, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 2.2.1.4 Packet Tracer – Configuring SSH

Packet Tracer Activity 2.2.4.9 Packet Tracer – Configuring Switch Port Security

Packet Tracer Activity 2.2.4.10 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Switch Port Security

Packet Tracer Activity 2.3.1.2 Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 3.2 – Switch Configuration

Section 3.3 – TCP/IP Configuration

Section 13.1 – Network Security

Section 13.2 – Network Hardening

Section 13.3 – Switch Port Security

Assignment Type: Chapter 2 Practice Skills Assessment Due Date: April 13, 2014

Points Possible: 30* (Extra Credit) Project Duration: 1 - 8 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Complete the Chapter 2 Practice Skills Assessment - PT (SBA) located on the Cisco Networking Academy website.

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: April 13, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 2 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 3 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 3 – VLANs

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 16, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 5 paragraphs

VLANs

List and explain, in your own words, some of the advantages that VLANs bring to a network, along with some disadvantages (if any).

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date. 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: April 19, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 3.1.1.5 Packet Tracer – Who Hears the Broadcast?

Packet Tracer Activity 3.1.2.7 Packet Tracer – Investigating a VLAN Implementation

Packet Tracer Activity 3.2.1.7 Packet Tracer – Configuring VLANs

Packet Tracer Activity 3.2.2.4 Packet Tracer – Configuring Trunks

Packet Tracer Activity 3.2.4.7 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting a VLAN Implementation – Scenario 1

Packet Tracer Activity 3.2.4.8 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting a VLAN Implementation – Scenario 2

Packet Tracer Activity 3.4.1.2 Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 7.1 – Virtual LANs (VLANs)

Section 7.2 – Trunking

Section 7.3 – VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

Section 7.8 – Troubleshoot and Resolve VLANs and Trunking

 

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: April 20, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 3 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 4 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 4 – Routing Concepts

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 23, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 3 - 4 paragraphs

Routing Concepts

Describe, in detail, and in your own words, how a router determines the best path and then forwards a packet.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: April 26, 2014

Points Possible: 60 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 7 pages

 

Complete Lab 4.6.1 from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 4.1.1.8 - Packet Tracer - Using Traceroute to Discover the Network

Packet Tracer Activity 4.1.2.9 - Packet Tracer - Documenting the Network

Packet Tracer Activity 4.1.3.5 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 Interfaces

Packet Tracer Activity 4.1.4.5 - Packet Tracer - Configuring and Verifying a Small Network

Packet Tracer Activity 4.3.2.5 - Packet Tracer - Investigating Directly Connected Routes

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 3.6 – Routing

Section 10.1 – Troubleshooting Routing

 

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: April 27, 2014

Points Possible: 80 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 4 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 


Module 5 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 5 – Inter-VLAN Routing

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: April 30, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 5 paragraphs

Inter-VLAN Routing

Explain, as best you can and in your own words, what the term “Router-on-a-Stick” means.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: May 3, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

 

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 5.1.3.6 Packet Tracer – Configuring Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing

Packet Tracer Activity 5.2.2.4 Packet Tracer – Troubleshooting Inter-VLAN Routing

Packet Tracer Activity 5.4.1.2 Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 7.7 – Inter-VLAN Routing

Section 7.10 – Troubleshoot and Resolve InterVLAN Routing

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: May 4, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 5 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 6 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 6 – Static Routing

Ch. 7 – Routing Dynamically

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: May 7, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 3 - 4 paragraphs

Static and Dynamic Routing

Describe the use and configuration of summary and default routes, in your own words.

Explain, in your own words, why and when you would use static routes and dynamic routing.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: May 10, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 4 hours

Deliverable Length: 7 - 13 pages

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 6.2.2.4 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv4 Static and Default Routes

Packet Tracer Activity 6.2.4.4 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv6 Static and Default Route

Packet Tracer Activity 6.3.3.6 - Packet Tracer - Designing and Implementing a VLSM Addressing Scheme

Packet Tracer Activity 6.4.1.5 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv4 Route Summarization - Scenario 1

Packet Tracer Activity 6.4.1.6 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv4 Route Summarization - Scenario 2

Packet Tracer Activity 6.4.2.4 - Packet Tracer - Calculating and Configuring an IPv6 Route Summarization

Packet Tracer Activity 6.4.3.4 - Packet Tracer - Configuring a Floating Static Route

Packet Tracer Activity 6.5.2.3 - Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting Static Routes

Packet Tracer Activity 6.5.2.4 - Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting VLSM and Route Summarization

Packet Tracer Activity 6.6.1.2 – Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge

Packet Tracer Activity 7.1.3.6 – Packet Tracer – Investigating Convergence

Packet Tracer Activity 7.3.2.3 – Packet Tracer – Configuring RIPng

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 5.3 – Route Summarization

Section 9.1 – Routing Protocols

Section 9.2 – RIP

Section 9.5 – Routing Protocol Comparison

Section 10.2 – Troubleshooting RIP

 

Assignment Type: Chapter 6 Practice Skills Assessment Due Date: May 11, 2014

Points Possible: 30* (Extra Credit) Project Duration: 1 - 8 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Complete the Chapter 6 Practice Skills Assessment - PT (SBA) located on the Cisco Networking Academy website.

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: May 11, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 6 & 7 assessments found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 7 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 8 – Single-Area OSPF

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: May 14, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 4 - 5 paragraphs

Single-Area OSPF

Explain the DR/BDR election process, in your own words, and how it is used within an OSPF topology. Be sure to include key terms such as router ID (RID), priority, etc.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: May 17, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 8.2.2.7 – Packet Tracer – Configuring OSPFv2 in a Single Area

Packet Tracer Activity 8.3.3.5 – Packet Tracer – Configuring Basic OSPFv3

Packet Tracer Activity 8.4.1.2 – Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 9.3 – OSPF

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: May 18, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 8 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 8 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 9 – Access Control Lists

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: May 21, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 3 - 4 paragraphs

Access Control Lists

Explain the process of packet filtering as it would pertain to a router with access control lists (ACLs) in place.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: May 24, 2014

Points Possible: 30 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 9.1.1.6 - Packet Tracer - ACL Demonstration

Packet Tracer Activity 9.2.1.10 - Packet Tracer - Configuring Standard ACL

Packet Tracer Activity 9.2.1.11 - Packet Tracer - Configuring Named Standard ACLs

Packet Tracer Activity 9.2.3.3 - Packet Tracer - Configuring an ACL on VTY Lines

Packet Tracer Activity 9.3.2.10 - Packet Tracer - Configuring Extended ACLs - Scenario 1

Packet Tracer Activity 9.3.2.11 - Packet Tracer - Configuring Extended ACLs - Scenario 2

Packet Tracer Activity 9.3.2.12 - Packet Tracer - Configuring Extended ACLs - Scenario 3

Packet Tracer Activity 9.4.2.6 - Packet Tracer - Troubleshooting ACLs

Packet Tracer Activity 9.4.2.8 - Packet Tracer - Skills Integration Challenge

Packet Tracer Activity 9.5.2.6 - Packet Tracer - Configuring IPv6 ACLs

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 8.1 – Access List Concepts

Section 8.2 – Configuring Access Lists

Section 8.3 – Access List Implementation

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: May 25, 2014

Points Possible: 40 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 9 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 

 


Module 9 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 10 – DHCP

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: May 28, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 3 - 4 paragraphs

DHCP

Discuss, in your words, the advantages of using DHCP in a network.

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date. 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: May 31, 2014

Points Possible: 60 Project Duration: 1 hour

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 10.1.3.3 Packet Tracer – Configuring Basic DHCPv4 using Cisco IOS

Packet Tracer Activity 10.3.1.2 Packet Tracer Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 3.4 – DHCP

Section 3.5 – DNS

Section 12.4 – DHCP

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: June 1, 2014

Points Possible: 80 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 10 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 


Module 10 -

Reading Assignment:

Ch. 11 – Network Address Translation for IPv4

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: June 4, 2014
Points Possible: 20 Project Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Deliverable Length: 3 - 4 paragraphs

Network Address Translation for IPv4

Describe, in your own words, port address translation (PAT) and network address translation (NAT). Include in your response an answer to the following question, "...what are the benefits and drawbacks of PAT/NAT...?"

Post your answer on the Discussion Board. Be an active participant in the discussion by responding to at least two of your classmate’s posts, in a substantive way, before the assignment due date.
 

Assignment Type: Labs Due Date: June 7, 2014

Points Possible: 60 Project Duration: 1 hour

Deliverable Length: N/A

Download and complete the following Packet Tracer-based lab(s) from the Cisco Networking Academy online curriculum.  These labs require that you have the latest version of "The Cisco Packet Tracer" loaded on the local machine that you will be using to complete these labs (version 6.0.1) at the time of the creation of this assignment).  Using the ALT+PrtScn button, capture three screenshots of the final "Activity Results" screen (the "Overall Feedback" tab, the "Assessment Items" tab, and the "Connectivity Tests" tab), and put the three screenshots into a single Word [compatible] document, after you are done with the assignment and after clicking on the "Check Results" button at the bottom of your Cisco Packet Tracer Activity.  Upload your results to this Drop Box for manual grading.  Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Packet Tracer Activity 11.1.2.6 Packet Tracer – Investigating NAT Operation

Packet Tracer Activity 11.2.1.4 Packet Tracer – Configuring Static NAT

Packet Tracer Activity 11.2.2.5 Packet Tracer – Configuring Dynamic NAT

Packet Tracer Activity 11.2.3.6 Packet Tracer – Implementing Static and Dynamic NAT

Packet Tracer Activity 11.2.4.4 Packet Tracer – Configuring Port Forwarding on a Linksys Router

Packet Tracer Activity 11.3.1.4 Packet Tracer – Verifying and Troubleshooting NAT Configurations

Packet Tracer Activity 11.4.1.2 Packet Tracer – Skills Integration Challenge

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home) complete the following section(s).  After completing your work, upload a screenshot to the Module Assignment Drop Box for grading. Your scores from this assignment will be manually entered into the grade book.

Section 6.4 – Network Address Translation (NAT)

 

Section 12.3 – NAT

 

Assignment Type: Test Due Date: June 8, 2014

Points Possible: 80 Project Duration: 30 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the Chapter 11 assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open book exam, which must be completed at home any time between Thursday and Sunday night.

 


Final Module –

 

Reading Assignment:

Review Chapters 1 - 11

Assignment Type: Discussion Board Date Due: n/a
Points Possible: 0 Project Duration: n/a

Deliverable Length: n/a

 

None

 

Assignment Type: LabSim Practice Exam Due Date: June 11, 2014

Points Possible: 60* (Extra Credit) Project Duration: 1 ˝ hours

Deliverable Length: n/a

Complete the following TestOut! LabSim.  This "Extra Credit" assignment will not adversely affect your grade and will not count against you if you decide not to complete it.

Using the TestOut software (Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-120) provided in the networking lab (or loaded at home), complete the Practice Exam - 200 LAN Switching Technologies, All Questions and 400 IP Routing Technologies, All Questions.

Send me a screenshot of any one of your attempts to take "Practice Exam - 200 and Practice Exam - 400" from the TestOut! LabSim product and (in addition to the Extra Credit points) I'll provide you with the passwords for the password-protected guides that I've collected over the years, which are found at the top level of the Final Module – Course Wrap-up.

Upload your screenshot to the “Final Module Assignment” Drop Box (Optional) under the “Final Module – Course Wrap-up” module of your Canvas website.


Assignment Type: Skills-based Assessment Due Date: June 11, 2014

Points Possible: 50 Project Duration: 8 hours

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Complete the RSE Practice Skills Assessment - PT (SBAs) located on the Cisco Networking Academy website.

Assignment Type: Practice Final Assessment Due Date: June 11, 2014

Points Possible: N/A Project Duration: 2 hours

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Finish the Practice Final Assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is an open-book practice exam, which can be completed at home and retaken as many times as you would like.  The score for this practice assessment will not adversely affect your grade and will NOT be entered into the course Grade Book.

Assignment Type: Course Feedback Due Date: June 9, 2014 (2:00 P.M. – 2:10 P.M.)

Points Possible: N/A Project Duration: 10 minutes

Deliverable Length: N/A

 

Complete the “Course Feedback” survey found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete this survey by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on “Modules” (on the left), and then clicking on the “Course Feedback” link under the “Course Feedback” module on the NetSpace™ website.  This survey must be completed before starting on the “Final Assessment.”

 

Assignment Type: Final Assessment Due Date: June 9, 2014 (2:10 P.M. – 4:10 P.M.)

Points Possible: 150 Project Duration: 2 hours

Deliverable Length: N/A

Finish the comprehensive Final Assessment found on the Cisco Networking Academy website.  Log into http://cisco.netacad.net and complete the exam found by clicking on your course name (CIS271-S14-Olympic College), and then clicking on the “Take Assessment” link under the “Assessments and Grades” section at the bottom of your screen.  This is a closed book exam, which must be completed in class (or via Tegrity, prearranged with instructor).

Assignment Type: Final Week Survey (Faculty Assessment) Due Date: June 11, 2014

Points Possible: 10* (Extra Credit) Project Duration: 30 minutes

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Complete the Faculty Assessment found within the Final Module Assignments sub-folder within the “Final Module – Course Wrap-up” folder under the “Lessons” tab of your Canvas online classroom to earn an extra 10 points towards your final score in this course.


 

  

   

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