Cisco Switch configuration - NSCC MyWeb 2.0

Cisco Switch configuration - NSCC MyWeb 2.0

LAN Switch configuration Telecom II TEL 202

May 2, 2007 Prof. Scott Stimpson

Scott Robinson Concetta Sardzinski

Jim Donovan Real life Introduction

Large scale LAN example Single and multi mode fiber 2 Cisco 6500 Routers

1 Cisco 5500 switch 250 users (hosts) Remember your subnetting254 users is 8

host bits Cross connects for data and voice

Full LGX Bay

LGX to Comm. room Fiber to Comm. room

Cisco 6500 Router

Cisco 5500 ATM switch Switch Redundancy

Fiber Patch

Fiber Feed and Distribution Loaded 5500 switch

Krone Block

IDF Room Final Destination

What are our goals? To emulate a larger network.

Demonstrate how a router/switch functions in the LAN environment. Show some basic configuration settings.

Demonstrate FTP How did we set it up?

1 Cisco CSS 11000 switch 1 Laptop set up as a web server and FTP server

3 laptops set up as workstations Lab Setup

Lab Setup

Network Diagram Setting up the LAN connection

DHCP is the default

Manually assigning IP addresses IPconfigwe set it up, why dont

we see it? Server VLAN

Configured ports on the switch

Show bridge status Config t for a new port on switch

IPconfig.now we see it!

Re adding a new port Adding new VLAN

Show run

Show Int e7 Admin down a port

Admin it back up

commands Removing a port from the bridge

Now it is gone

FTP config Ipswitch FTP

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