Assignment 10L - Information Systems, Mr. Adeimy

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Oct 26, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Chapter 10 Lab

Configuring and Displaying TCP/IP Properties

1.

From a command prompt, display your TCP/IP properties on your computer. Record the
information here:


IP Address:

Subnet Mask:

Default Gateway:

DNS Server:

DHCP Server


2.

From the
Local Area

Connection Properties

on your Local Area Connection, open the
Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties.
Check
Use the following IP address
, and manually add the IP
address, subnet mask, default gateway, and preferred DNS server.


3.

Return to a command prompt,
and
ping

the default gateway.
Was the ping successful?

If so,
paste the output of the
ping

result here: If not successful, troubleshoot and try again

until
successful
.



4.

From a command prompt, display your TCP/IP properties again. Paste the output here; it

should
match the data recorded in step one except for one property.
Which property is absent? Why?



5.

Obtain the IP address of a lab partners’ computer, and record it here:

Ping

the IP address. Was it successful? If not, troubleshoot with the lab partner,
and try again
until successful.


6.

Using the
arp

command and proper option(s), display the ARP cache on your computer.
Is there
an entry for your lab partner’s computer?

Ping
www.facebook.com
.
Is there an arp entry for

this site? Why or why not?

Paste the output of your ARP table here:



7.

Open 3 separate Internet Explorer Windows, and go to a separate website on each. From a
command prompt, use the
netstat

command and proper option(s), and display the ports and
their sta
tus on your computer. Find and paste the output of the 3 websites here:


What protocol is handling this conversation between your computer and the websites?


What port number is handling
each conversation

on your computer? On
each
website?


What
state

is the
connection in?


8.

From a command prompt, display your routing table information on your computer using the
route print

command. Paste the output of the command here:


9.

From a command prompt, use the
tracert

command to trace the number of hops between
your
computer and Mr. Adeimy’s web server: 198.85.197.11.
How many
hops

or routers
are

there
between you and the website?

Paste the output of the command here:


10.

From a command prompt use the
nslookup

command to find your DNS server. and paste the
output he
re:


What is a DNS server?


11.

When finished with this lab, return to your computers’ TCP/IP properties and set it to
automatically obtain its IP address (return it to Its original settings). Submit this lab to be
graded.