Lab 01 – Familiarization with wireless ap/Router connection Last revision date: 12/21/2010 Course Number



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Lab 01 – Familiarization with wireless AP/Router connection
Last revision date: 12/21/2010
Course Number:



Lab Objective
To become familiar with network connection to the wireless AP/Router and its features



Equipment: Two or more Routers along with their manuals

Straight through cable to connect to it



Procedure:

Download the AP/Routers manuals using the internet or cd that is provided by your instructor to answer the following questions:




  1. List the AP/Routers name and models that are provided:

First AP/Router:

Second AP/Router:


  1. What is the default IP address and subnet mask of the AP/Router for management ?

Default Network address for the First AP/Router:

Default Mask:

Default Network address for the second AP/Router:

Default Mask:



  1. Using the above information what range of addresses can we use to connect to it?

Address Range for the first AP/Router:

Address Range for the second AP/Router:



  1. What is the default username and password?

Default username / password:


Default username / password:



  1. What is the default SSID?

Default SSID:


Default SSID:

For the following questions in addition to writing the answers, use the print screen function of your windows OS to capture all screens related to the questions and save them to a file on your PC.



  1. List some of the features that are unique for AP/Router:



  1. List all of the security features that your wireless AP/Router supports:


  1. List all of the Internet Connection types that your Router supports:


  1. List all of the WAN protocols that are supported by your Router:


  1. List all of the operational Modes that your wireless AP/Router supports:




  1. List all types of IP ver 6 configurations that your router supports:


Using steps 2-4 for information, you need to configure your pc for connection to the AP/Router for its configuration:


  1. Connect the cable from your pc to the switch port on the AP/Router.




  1. Configure your PC’s IP address and subnet-mask by Right clicking on the network connection and then selecting properties. Next, select Manage Network connections on Vista, then right click on your local area connection, and finally, select properties.




  1. Select TCP/IP and click on the properties button. Enter an IP address and subnet mask




  1. Once you configure your PC for the connections, open a browser and use the AP/Router address to connect to it.


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