SBA 6SX (Subnetting and RIP Routing) Cover Sheet I.does this activity fit? What prior knowledge does it assume? Is this a whole class activity, small group activity, competitive-team activity, or individual activity?)

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SBA 6SX

(Subnetting and RIP Routing)

Cover Shee
t


I.

Decide Upon Audience (classroom learning environment, or “activity system”, how
does this activity fit? What prior knowledge does it assume? Is this a whole class
activity, small group activity, competiti
ve
-
team activity, or individual activity?)


This skill
-
building activity assumes students have used Packet Tracer previously and are
somewhat familiar with its use and operation.


SBA 6SX is envisioned to be a skill
-
building activity covering CCNA 1, Modul
e 9


TCP/IP
Protocol Suite and IP Addressing; CCNA 1, Module 10


Routing Fundamentals and
Subnets; and CCNA 2, Module 7


Distance Vector Routing Protocols. This activity could
be for small groups or individuals in conjunction with a hands
-
on activity o
n actual routers.
This activity could be used as a competitive team/individual activity; graded exam/task; or
extra or bonus skill
-
building exercise.


II.

Decide Upon Topic (semester, module, TI; claims, evidence, task)


CCNA 1, Module 9


TCP/IP Protocol Su
ite and IP Addressing, TI 9.2.7


Introduction to
Subnetting; CCNA 1, Module 10


Routing Fundamentals and Subnets, TI 10.3.3


Establishing the Subnet Mask Address and TI 10.3.5


Subnetting Class A, B, and C
Networks; and CCNA 2, Module 7


Distance Vect
or Routing Protocols, TI 7.2.2
Configuring RIP. Students would also be tested on their skills, knowledge, and abilities to
subnet a Class C network address and address a simple network according to given
specifications.


III.

Decide Upon Design Pattern (modeli
ng/inquiry concept
-
building problem OR pre/post
lab, configuration, skill building problem OR design problem OR troubleshooting
problem OR combination)


The design pattern is skill building. Students will not build the physical network; however
students w
ill need to correctly subnet a Class C network; assign IP addresses from the
resulting subnetting and according to specifications; and perform the basic steps required to
configure basic dynamic routing using the RIP routing protocol.


IV.

Decide Upon Type o
f Assignment (from scratch, pre
-
existing .pkt, .pka, multi
-
step) and
Type of Guidance (none, built
-
in, accompanying lab handout, or .swf tutorial); from 1
.pkt you could have various .pka based on it


The physical network is already built and provided in a

.pkt file while the actual
configuration of the routers and workstations would be accomplished in a .pka file. All
instructions and guidance are provided in the .pka file with no hard copy needed. However,
files would be available for instructors to mod
ify as they may want.


V.

Author Activity Files (.pkt, .pka, .doc, .gif)


All files are included
.

The files are:

SBA6CX_CoverSheet.doc


SBA6CX_Handout.doc


SBA6CX_Solutions.doc


SBA6CX.pka


SBA6CX
-
1.pkt


SBA6CX
-
2.pkt


VI.

Test and Edit


The activity has been t
ested.