You have been tasked with testing a CAT5e cable. A summary of the test results can be found on the screen. Step 1: Select the tool that was used to create the cable test results. Step 2: Interpret the test results and select the option that explains the results. After you are done with your analysis, click the 'Submit Cable Test Analysis' button.
Alter recent changes to the pictured network, several users are unable to access the servers. Only PC1, PC2, PC3, and PC4 are clickable and will give you access to the command prompt and the adapter configuration tabs. Instructions: Verify the settings by using the command prompt, after making any system changes. Next, restore connectivity by making the appropriate changes to the infrastructure. When you have completed these steps, select the Done button to submit.
Answer: On PC3, change the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0. When it is set to 255.255.255.128, then the PC with a .129 address will not be on the same subnet as the default gateway which is .1 On PC4, change the default gateway to 10.0.2.1. It has been incorrectly set as 10.1.2.1.
Corporate headquarters provided your office a portion of their class B subnet to use at a new office location. Allocate the minimum number of addresses (using CIDR notation) needed to accommodate each department.
Rangew given : 172.30.232.0/24
Sales 57 Devices
HR 23 Devices
IT 12 Devices
Finance 32 Devices
Marketing 9 Devices
Alter accommodating each department, identify the unused portion of the subnet by responding to the question on the graphic. All drop downs must be filled. Instructions: When the simulation is complete, please select the Done button to submit.
Explanation: Sales network – /26 – This will provide up to 62 usable IP addresses (64-2 for subnet and broadcast IP) HR network - /27 – This will provide for up to 30 usable IP’s (32-2) IT - /28 – This will provide for up to 14 usable IP’s (16-2) Finance - /26 – Note that a /27 is 32 IP addresses but 2 of those are reserved for the network and broadcast IP’s and can’t be used for hosts. Marketing - /28 If we add up how many IP blocks are used that is 64+32+16+64+16=192. A /24 contains 256 IP addresses, so 256-192=64. So the last unused box should be a /26, which equates to 64 addresses