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Sample paper 1

1.

An address in a block is given as 180.8.17.9. Find the number of addresses in the block, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of arp and hostname commands.

10

3.

Study the Network diagram and configure the routing path for the given scenario of the Network. Write down the commands for the configuration, test the path, and show all the possible routes.

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 2

1.

An address in a block is given as 200.11.8.45. Find the number of addresses in the block, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of ipconfig and netstat commands.

10

3.

Configure static routing for the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 3

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 167.199.170.82/27. Find the number of addresses in the network, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of ping command with various options.

10

3.

Configure static routing for the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 4

1.

Illustrate the use of ipconfig and tracert command.

10

2.

Configure RIP for the following topology:

30

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 5

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 110.23.120.14/20. Find the number of addresses, the first address, and the last address in the block.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of arp and ipconfig commands.

10

3.

Configure RIP for the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

 

Sample paper 6

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 110.23.120.14/20. Find the number of addresses, the first address, and the last address in the block.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of arp and ipconfig commands.

10

3.

Configure RIP for the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 7

1.

An organization is granted the block 130.34.12.64/26. The organization needs four subnetworks, each with an equal number of hosts. Design the subnetworks and find the information about each network.

20

2.

Configure OSPF for the following topology:

20

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 8

1.

An ISP is granted a block of addresses starting with 190.100.0.0/16 (65,536 addresses). The ISP needs to distribute these addresses to three groups of customers as follows:

•  The first group has 64 customers; each needs approximately 256 addresses.

•  The second group has 128 customers; each needs approximately 128 addresses.

•  The third group has 128 customers; each needs approximately 64 addresses.

Design the subblocks and find out how many addresses are still available after these allocations.

20

2.

Configure OSP for the following topology:

20

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 9

1.

In a block of addresses, we know the IP address of one host is 25.34.12.56/16.

What is the first address (network address) and the last address (limited broadcast address) in this block?

20

2.

Configure DHCP and DNS for the following topology with Server 0 as DHCP server and Server 1 as DNS Server:

20

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 10

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 110.23.120.14/20. Find the number of addresses, the first address, and the last address in the block.

10

2.

Demonstrate the use of ipconfig and netstat commands.

10

3.

Configure telnet on the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 11

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 167.199.170.82/27. Find the number of addresses in the network, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of tracert and route command.

10

3.

Configure DHCP, DNS and EMAIL on the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 12

1.

An address in a block is given as 180.8.17.9. Find the number of addresses in the block, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Configure the following clients:

30

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 13

1.

An address in a block is given as 180.8.17.9. Find the number of addresses in the block, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Configure the following clients:

30

3.

Viva

5

4.

Journal

5

Sample paper 14

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 167.199.170.82/27. Find the number of addresses in the network, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of tracert and route command.

10

3.

Configure DHCP, DNS and EMAIL on the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 15

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 167.199.170.82/27. Find the number of addresses in the network, the first address, and the last address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of SCTP commands

10

3.

Configure DHCP, DNS and EMAIL on the following topology:

20

4.

Viva

5

5.

Journal

5

Sample paper 16

1.

An address in a block is given as 73.22.17.25. Find the number of addresses, the first address, last address in the block, network address, and the broadcast address.

10

2.

Configure TELNET connections for the multiple users using following design.

30

3.

Journal

5

4.

Viva

5

Sample paper 17

1.

Study the Network diagram and configure the routing path for the given scenario of the Network. Write down the commands for the configuration, test the path, and show all the possible routes.

20

2.

An address in a block is given as 150.80.0.0. Find the number of addresses, the first address, last address in the block, network address, and the broadcast address.

10

3.

Illustrate the use of netstat , ip route , ip address and ipconfig commands.

10

4.

Journal

5

5.

Viva

5

Sample paper 18

1.

An organization is granted the block 130.34.12.64/26. The organization needs 4 subnetworks, each with an equal number of hosts. Design the subnetworks and find the information about each network.

20

2..

Configure OSPF protocol for the following topology: (Make the suitable assumptions wherever necessary)

20

3.

Journal

5

4.

Viva

5

Sample paper 19

1.

One of the addresses in a block is 167.199.170.82/27. Find the number of addresses, the first address, last address in the block, network address, and the broadcast address.

10

2.

Illustrate the use of route and traceroute commands.

10

3.

Configure RIP protocol for the following topology:

20

4.

Journal

5

5.

Viva

5

Sample paper 20

1.

An organization is granted the block 130.10.12.64/24. The organization needs 4 subnetworks, each with an equal number of hosts. Design the subnetworks and find the information about each network.

20

2..

Configure RIP protocol for the following topology: (Make the suitable assumptions wherever necessary)

20

3.

Journal

5

4.

Viva

5

Sample paper 21

1.

In a block of addresses, we know the IP address of one host is 220.17.180.0/24.

What is the first address (network address) and the last address (limited broadcast address) in this block?

20

2..

Configure RIP protocol for the following topology: (Make the suitable assumptions wherever necessary)

20

3.

Journal

5

4.

Viva

5

Sample paper 22

1.

Set up DNS, DHCP, SMTP and POP3 Server on Windows/Linux

40

2.

Journal

5

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Viva

5

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