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Have the ccna network exploration network fundamentals book. Customer Question Have the ccna network exploration network fundamentals book. And have packet tracer version 5.3.1 ? Cannot figure out how to do Chap 6: Subnet and Router Configuration activity 6.5 for packet tracer..need answers and explanation of how to do this..a.s.a.p. Need pka answer file.. Optional Information: Computer OS: Windows Vista Browser: Firefox Already Tried: Have tried using packet tracer and dont understand excercis

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  Have the ccna network exploration network fundamentals book.   Customer Question Have the ccna network exploration network fundamentals book. And have packet tracer version5.3.1 ? Cannot figure out how to do Chap 6: Subnet and Router Configuration activity 6.5 for packet tracer..need answers and explanation of how to do this..a.s.a.p. Need pka answer file..Optional Information:Computer OS: Windows VistaBrowser:FirefoxAlready Tried:Have tried using packet tracer and dont understand excercise..Submitted: 429 days and 10 hours ago.Category: NetworkingValue: $58Status: CLOSEDExpert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 9 hours ago. Chat Conversation StartedRoute Ranger :Hi, I'm not sure what it is you're trying to doRoute Ranger :I don't know what your book says there on a specific page so can you tell me what you want toachieve here?Route Ranger :If you need help capturing packets with a protocol analyzer (packet sniffer) then I can help withthatRoute Ranger :Hello?  Route Ranger :If you're having trouble with the chat I can switch to a Q and A sessionExpert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 9 hours ago. What Happens Now?  Your chat has ended, but you can still work  with your Expert to get an answer to your question if  you have not yet received one.Come back to this page at any time to see additional information from your Expert. You willalso receive an email when your question is updated. If you want to send a message to yourExpert, use the box below.If you have already received a satisfactory answer to your question, click the Accept buttonabove. Experts are credited for each accepted answer they provide.Expert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 9 hours ago. Hi, since you seemed to be having difficulties with chat I've moved us to a Q and A.Probably a better format for a complicated question anyway. Chat's more designed for quick answers.So what exactly are you attempting to do here? You need to capture traffic for a class you aretaking or something?Customer replied 429 days and 9 hours ago.I need the lab Chap 6: Subnet and Router Configuration in completed in pka file..it is in section 6.7.5.2 of the networking fundamentals ccna exploration cisco textbook. I have packet tracer butdont know how to complete the activity. I need the activity completed and saved so I can reviewit..And turn it in..Customer replied 429 days and 9 hours ago.I can send you the cisco packet tracer lab file I need to complete. I just need you to enable me toattach the file to send to you and you can look at it..So far what I have is completely wrong.When the excercise is completed..it will show 100%Expert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 9 hours ago.   If you want help doing it I'll be glad to walk you through whatever steps or explain whatever Ican so you learn the material and can complete the assignment.If you have a packet capture you need explained to you then just tell me what you need to knowand upload a screenshot of it into this window using the INSERT image button.Only upload a JPEG or GIF, so just do a screen capture in MS PAINT.I think I misread your srcinal question, I thought you wanted me to log into something and dosome work for you but if you just need help examining a packet capture then I'll be happy toassist.Route Ranger40429.9969039352Expert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 9 hours ago. If you need help doing the PRINT SCREEN let me know.Expert:Route Ranger replied 429 days and 8 hours ago. Hi, if you're having issues just open the packet capture on your desktop, and then do thefollowing;1. Hit your PRINT SCREEN button.2. Click START3. Click PROGRAMS4. Click ACCESSORIES5. Click PAINT6. Click EDIT7. Click PASTE8. Click FILE9. Click SAVE AS10. Select a folder to save it to11. Change the file type to .jpg   13. Click the INSERT IMAGE button in this chat window. Its just to the left of the YouTubebutton.14. Insert the image in here for me.Customer replied 429 days and 8 hours ago.Customer replied 429 days and 8 hours ago. Activity 6.7.5:Subnet and Router Configuration Addressing Table This activity does not include an addressing table. Learning Objectives    Subnet an address space per given requirements    Assign appropriate addresses to interfaces and document    Configure and activate Serial and FastEthernet interfaces    Test and verify configurations    Reflect upon and document the network implementation Introduction: In this PT activity, you will design and apply an IP addressing scheme for the topology shown inthe Topology Diagram. You will be given one address block that you must subnet to provide alogical addressing scheme for the network. The routers will then be ready for interface addressconfiguration according to your IP addressing scheme. When the configuration is complete,verify that the network is working properly. Task 1: Subnet the Address Space. Step 1. Examine the network requirements. You have been given the 192.168.1.0/24 address space to use in your network design. Thenetwork consists of the following segments:    The LAN connected to router R1 will require enough IP addresses to support 15 hosts.    The LAN connected to router R2 will require enough IP addresses to support 30 hosts.    The link between router R1 and router R2 will require IP addresses at each end of thelink.Do not use Variable Length Subnetting for this activity. Step 2. Consider the following questions when creating your network design.
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