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Information Technology ITT Technical Institute


Class: IT208 WAN Technology and Application

Unit: 2


Instructor: Jack Beaton (
jack@itjack.com
)

Date: June 25, 2002


OBJECTIVES

Upon completing this unit, the student

is expected to be able to:

1.

Understand the basic characteristics of multiplexing technologies.

2.

Understand the different types of multiplexers.

3.

Understand the available switching techniques.

4.

Understand the basic characteristics of circuit switching methods.

5.

Understand the available packet
-
switching technologies.

6.

Understand layer
-
2 switching and how switches differ from bridges.

7.

Understand address learning and how the MAC address filter is built.

8.

Understand forward/filtering decisions that layer
-
2 switches ma
ke and how they make them.

9.

Understand loop avoidance and the problems caused when loop avoidance schemes are not used in the
network.

10.

Understand Spanning
-
Tree Protocol and how it prevents loops.

11.

Understand LAN switch types used on Cisco routers and how the
y differ.

12.

Understand the different classes of IP addresses.

13.

Understand subnetting for an internetwork.

14.

Understand how to verify IP addresses and configuration.


RELEVANT CHAPTERS

Darren L. Spohn, Chapter 6.

Todd Lammle, Chapter 2, and Chapter 3.


LAB

1.

Prope
r connectivity among the routers and switches.

2.

All the equipment has access to power outlet.

3.

Computers have Windows 98 installed.

4.

Each router is connected through the proper port and cable to a computer system.

5.

Have CCNA Virtual Lab CD Trainer available.


LAB ACTIVITIES

1.

The following hands
-
on lab activities will be assigned to Group two (2)



Lab 4.1: Logging In (CCNA Virtual Lab)



Lab 4.2: Help and Editing (CCNA Virtual Lab)



Lab 4.3: Viewing and Saving Configurations (CCNA Virtual Lab)



Lab 4.4: Setting your p
asswords (CCNA Virtual Lab)



Lab 4.5: Setting hostname, and adding a Banner, IP address, identification, bandwidth, and clock rate

2.

The rest of the class will complete the following activities:



Refer to
http://www.wmpenn.edu/PennWeb/Academic/Ar tsTech/CompSci/Networks/Multiplex/Multiplex.html

for a
detailed description and diagrams on multiplexing. After reading and understanding the information,
search t
he web to find vendors, prices, and services offered by various vendors on this technology.



Refer to
http://www.cisco.com

to find documentation or literature on the following topics:

a.

LAN Switching.

b.

Introduction to WAN

technologies.

c.

Bridging and Switching Basics.

3.

Refer to article named “Basic Phone Services and Circuits”. Discuss then research the Internet to find up
-
to
-
date information on services offered by major telephone carriers on WAN communications.


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HOMEWORK


1.

R
ead Chapter 7 from Spohn

Read Chapter 4 from Lammle.


2.

Define or identify the following terms and turn in as “Week2” homework:


Data Network Design (Ch. 7)

1.

protocol

2.

interface

3.

OSIRM

4.

DTE

5.

DCE

6.

null modem

7.

RS
-
232 limitations

8.

BRI

9.

PRI

10.

BONDING

11.

T1 speed & signaling
format

12.

ESF

13.

AMI

14.

B8ZS

15.

HSSI

16.

AUI

17.

MAU

18.

Five types of Ethernet access

19.

Token interface categories

20.

Token bus interface speeds

21.

Token ring interface speeds

22.

BSC

23.

DDCMP

24.

SDLC

25.

HDLC

26.

LAP

27.

SLIP

28.

PPP

29.

LLC responsibilities

30.

MAC responsibilities

31.

FDDI

32.

FDDI
-
II


CCNA Study Guide (Ch.
4)

Use your Virtual lab CD to test some of these out
and define them

33.

Console connections

34.

Setup mode

35.

User mode

36.

Privileged mode

37.

Global config mode

38.

How to get to help

39.

“Show”
commands

40.

Five router passwords

41.

How to set a router banner

42.

How to set router IP addres
ses

43.

How to set router hostnames

44.

How to save router configuration



EVALUATION:



Quiz on Chapters:


Spohn

Chapters 7


Lammle Chapters 4