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410
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Windows
Server 2012 Lab Manual






L
AB

10

CONFIGURING
IPV4
AND IPV6 ADDRESSING

THIS LAB CONTAINS TH
E FOLLOWING EXERCISE
S AND ACTIVITIES:


Exercise 10.1

Exercise 10.2

Lab

Challenge

Exercise 10.3

Calculating IP Addresses

Manually Configuring TCP/IP

Configuring TCP/IP Using Windows PowerShell

Testing Network Connections


Exercise
10.
1

Calculating IP Addresses


Overview


In this exercise, you are responsible for subnetting a network to suit a
particular network
organization plan.

Mindset

What IPv4 addressing policies does your organization have in place?

Completion time

2
0 minutes


To complete this
exercise
, you must
determine what IPv4 addresses you should
use on the
workgroup
for which you are responsible. Y
our supervis
o
r has assigned
you a
group of computers
that consists of three servers and
seven
workstations
.
Your entire department must share an IPv4 network with the address
192.168.7
5
.0/24
, and your supervisor has asked you to subnet that address into as

many networks as possible with at least 10 hosts each.

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Create a list of the network addresses your subnetting can create, using CIDR
notation. Then choose one of the subnets for use by your computers
and list the IP
addresses in that subnet, along with
the correct subnet mask value.

Table 10
-
3

IPv4 Network Addresses, IP Addresses, and Subnet Mask

IPv4 Network Addresses

















IP Addresses





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Subnet Mask



The MAC addresses of three computers on your
network
are listed in Table 10
-
4
.
Using
these
MAC addresses to form interface IDs, create three unique
local
unicast addr
es
ses

on the fd00::/8 network

and enter them into the table.

Table 10
-
4

MAC Addresses and IPv6 Addresses

Computer

MAC Address


IPv6 Address

SVR
-
DC
-
A

12
-
AA
-
BC
-
32
-
23
-
12


SVR
-
MBR
-
B

12
-
AA
-
BC
-
32
-
23
-
11


SVR
-
MBR
-
C

00
-
15
-
5D
-
01
-
01
-
C1



Exercise
10.
2

Manually Configuring TCP/IP









Overview


In this exercise
, you
configure the IP addresses and other TCP/IP
configurati on parameters for
your

computers, using the graphical tools
in Windows Server 2012.

Mindset

What parameters do you have to configure to ensure that the computers on
your network can communicate with each other?

Completion time

2
0 m
inutes


1.

Using the IP address
es

you c
a
lculated
in Exercise 10.1,
specify the values you
will use when configuring your computers by filling
in

the empty c
e
lls
in the
Table 10
-
5

in your
worksheet
.


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Table 10
-
5

TCP/IP Configuration Settings for
Exercise 10.2


SVR
-
DC
-
A

SVR
-
MBR
-
B

SVR
-
MBR
-
C

IP Address




Subnet Mask




Preferred
DNS
Server






Question
1

How did the computer obtain its current IP address? How can
you determine this?





Question
2


Which of the parameters in the Internet Protocol Version 4
(TCP/IPv4) Properties sheet would you have to omit for your
computer to be unable to resolve a computer name into its IP
address?






15.

Take a screen shot of the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties sheet
on SVR
-
MBR
-
B by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into
the
Lab 10
worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V
.

[copy screen shot over this text]





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Lab

Challenge

Configuring TCP/IP with Windows PowerShell

Overview


In addition to using Server Manager, you can also
manually configure
TCP/IP on

servers using Windows PowerShell.

Completion time

1
0

minutes


To complete this challenge, you must
use
Windows PowerShell commands on the
SVR
-
MBR
-
C server to configure the TCP/IP client to use the
IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Preferred DNS Server
address you specified for that computer in Table 10
-
5 and the IPv6 address you calculated in Table 10
-
4
.

Write the necessary commands
in
the
Lab 10 worksheet.








Exercise
10.3

Testing Network Connections

Overview


After manually configuring the
three
servers’

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s
, you must
test
them
by t特ing to connect to the othe爠
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on the netwo牫. 䥮
this exercise, you use the Ping utility to test the computer’s
communications capabilities.

䍯mpletion time

10 minutes



Question
3


What does this
result prove about the computer’s network
connectivity?




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Question
4

What would be the result if you unplugged a computer’s
network cable before executing the
ping 127.0.0.1

command?





Question
5

What
does
the result of th
is

ping test prove?




Question
6

How was the computer able to resolve the name
svr
-
dc
-
a

into
its IP address?





Question
7


Why did these three ping tests fail
, when the
previous
tests
succeeded
?