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Networking Lab

Activity 2:

1.32 bit Operating System

2.Ip address:

Subnet mask:
Default gateway:
DHCP enabled (yes/no): yes
Primary WINS server IP address: IDK
Secondary WINS server IP address: IDK
DNS server addresses:

Review Questions:

1.ipconfig /all

2.winipcfg or network interface identification and location addressing.

4.divides the IP address into network address and host address. enable individual computers on an IP network to extract their configurations from a

server (the DHCP server) or servers

6. Windows XP: ipconfig

Windows 2000: ipconfig
Windows Me: winipcfg
Windows 98:winipcfg
Activity 5:
1.IPv4 Connectivity
IPv6 Connectivity
Media State
Bytes: Sent-Received

2.Address Type
Ip Address
Subnet mask
Default Gateway

3.Connection-specific DNS
Physical Address
DHCP Enabled
IPv4 Address
IPv4 Subnet Mask
Lease Obtained
Lease Expires
IPv4 Default Gateway
IPv4 DHCP Servers
IPv4 DNS Servers
IPv4 WINS Server
NEtBIOS over TCpip enabled
Link-local IPv6 Address
IPv6 Default Gateway

Review questions:
1. The network connections windows is accessed by right clicking My network places
located in start menu

2.The dialog box that provided a repair feature is in the support tab

3.The local area connection status gives information about the Network connection

4.The support tab provide information about the IP address

5.The details button provides detailed information about the network connection

6.There is no internet connection

Activity 7:
Test # Speed in Kbps
1 2929.7
2 2929.7
3 2929.7
4 2929.7
5 2929.7
Average 2929.7
5. 2929.7 Kbps

6. 500/2.9=170.6 seconds

Review Questions:
1.Amount of Data/ Time to Download = Your Internet Connection Speed

2.Internet traffic.
The server speed of the site you're visiting.
Your computer's hardware and software configuration.
Traffic on your home network.
3.The Internet is a global network, basically a vast grouping of computers transferring
data to one another. Connection speeds will vary depending on many conditions such
as the time of day and the amount of congestion on the Internet in general. When you
request a Web page from a server on the Internet, both the request and the resulting
page travel over a series of links that help comprise the Internet. Points between links
are often referred to as "hops." So depending on the number of people connecting to
our servers, the number of "hops" taken to get to our site, the quality of the connections
between each hop to this site and various other factors, your Internet connection speed
will always vary.

4.Slowest – 56 k Modem
Midrange – ISDN
Fastest – DSL/Cable