In this lab, you will learn how to use various tools and techniques to determine and document IP network design. You will use the Windows Command Prompt to generate network traffic; Wireshark to capture and analyze the generated traffic; PuTTY to remotely access the Cisco Switch; and finally, you will issue IOS commands on the Cisco Switch to understand its various interfaces and inner workings.
Upon completing this lab, you will be able to:
• Develop a plan for identifying and documenting the logical IP network design and IP addressing schema based on data collected from Lab #1
• Use PuTTY to establish Telnet and SSH to the IP addresses of the identified …show more content…
There are hundreds of show commands in Cisco IOS; availability is based on the privilege level of the user. The relevant show commands for this lab include the following:
INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM THIS COMMAND
This command displays physical and logical configuration information about each interface (such as, interface names and the number of interfaces), and whether or not the interface is up/available or down/ unavailable. This commands tells you what interfaces are enabled and active. show ip interface
In additional to the interface names, this command also tells you what the
IP subnet information, IP host address, and subnet mask address information is for all enabled ports.
show ip arp
This command displays the address resolution table of MAC-layer addresses to assigned IP host addresses.
show ip route
This command displays the IP routing protocol used, the IP routes and network numbers visible to the switch/router, and the physical interface that an IP packet traverses based on the IP routes and IP networks seen
(Cisco routers only).
This command displays the VLAN name and status configured within the
LAN Switch 1 and LAN Switch 2 devices only.
show switch vlan
This command displays the VLANS configured within the ASA devices only.
12. In the terminal console window, at the command prompt labeled