This lab is about 184.108.40.206 Lab answer – Viewing Network Device MAC Addresses. In this tutorial we will discuss about 220.127.116.11 lab answers, in last tutorial we discuss about Introduction to VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol).
18.104.22.168 Lab Answer
Here we have topology of 22.214.171.124 Lab – Viewing Network Device MAC Addresses. We have a switch and a PC-A user and we will configure them with the given Addressing table.
126.96.36.199 Lab Required Resources
- 1 Switch (Cisco 2960)
- 1 PC
- Console Cable
- Ethernet Cable
188.8.131.52 Lab Objective
- Configure Devices
- Cable the Network with the given instructions, connect S1 F0/6 to PC-A Ethernet Port.
- Configure the IP address, Default gateway to the PC-A with respect to given Addressing table.
- Configure Basic setting for the switch (watch below video for configurations).
- Verify Connectivity
- Ping the PC-A with the switch, if it response normal then connectivity is correct.
- Display, Discribe and Analyze Ethernet MAC address
Ethernet MAC addresses are 48-bit long. They are displayed using six sets of hexadecimal digit that are usually separated by the dashes, colons or periods.
- Open the command promote and type ipconfig/all (it will show the IP address and MAC address of the device.)
- Analyses the Mac address of S1 F0/6 interface.
184.108.40.206 Lab Configurations
S1# show interfaces vlan 1
It will show MAC address, IP address and BIA stand for Burned in address.
S1# Show arp
It will show mac addresses information arp stands for Address Resolution protocol.
S1# Show MAC address table
It will show whole scenario Mac addresses Table.
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