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WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 1International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MAssessmentICTNWK507 Install, Operate and TroubleshootMedium Enterprise RoutersWSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 2International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MAssessment Task RequirementsYou are required to complete and pass every task in the assessment in order to be deemedcompetent.Assessment ScheduleDue dates are subject to the unit commencement week. TaskDue DateTask 1Week 2Task 2Week 4 WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 3International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MAssessment Task 1: Written QuestionnaireSubmission Details of AssessmentThe assessment task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to thisarrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.Save your completed work with the following naming procedure:Name_StudentID_UnitCode_TaskNumber (e.g. JohnSmith_123456_BSBSUS501_T1)Submit your assessment to WSC Moodle.Purpose of the AssessmentThis task provide students an opportunity to demonstrate that they have the underpinningknowledge of installing, operating and troubleshooting medium enterprise routers.Assessment DescriptionConduct online research and answer following questions. Ask your trainer for furtherassistance if required.Instructions1. What legislation, workplace health and safety (WHS), codes, regulations and standardsmight you need to adhere to when you prepare to install ICT equipment’s?2. List at least 2 network design documentation you will need to review before installingrouters?3. If IP address of 172.30.30.111/22 is to be assigned to a host, what are the characteristicof that address? (Choose two)(a) The broadcast address of the subnet is 172.30.31.255 255.255.252.0(b) This network is not subnetted(c) The last valid host address in the subnet is 172.30.30.254 255.255.252.0(d) The network address is 172.30.30.0 255.255.252.0(e) The last host address in the subnet is 172.30.31.254 255.255.252.0WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 4International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690M4. Given a 192.216.32.40/29 subnet, what is the last usable IP address for a host?(a) 192.216.32.39 255.255.255.248(b) 192.216.32.47 255.255.255.248(c) 192.216.32.46 255.255.255.240(d) 192.216.32.46 255.255.255.248(e) 192.216.32.47 255.255.255.2405. Immediately after a router completes its boot sequence, the network administrator wantsto check the routers configuration. From privileged EXEC mode, which of the followingcommands can the administrator use for this purpose? (Choose two.)(a) Show flash(b) Show NVRAM(c) Show startup-config(d) Show running-config(e) Show version6. What are two functions of a router? (Choose two.)(a) It connects multiple IP networks(b) It controls the flow of data via the use of Layer 2 addresses(c) It determines the best path to send packets(d) It manages the VLAN database(e) It increases the size of the broadcast domain7. Explain the basic routing concepts for small enterprise network switches and routers.8. Outline the following classless routing protocols, including:a) Enhanced interior gateway routing protocol (EIGRP)b) Open shortest path first (OSPF)c) Routing information protocol (RIPv2)9. Summarise debug commands.10. Explain internet protocol version 4 (IPv4).WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 5International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690M11. Summarise the purpose, and basic operation, of protocols in the open systeminterconnection (OSI) and transmission control protocol, or internet protocol (TCP/IP),models.12. Explain the router calling line identification (CLI) configurationWhat your assessor will be looking for as evidence:Evidence checklist: Evidence MUST be SubmittedTick off Items WhenSubmitted Completed written questionnaire WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 6International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MAssessment Task 2: Practical TasksSubmission Details of AssessmentThe assessment task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to thisarrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.Save your completed work with the following naming procedure:Name_StudentID_UnitCode_TaskNumber (e.g. JohnSmith_123456_BSBSUS501_T1)Submit your assessment to WSC Moodle.Purpose of the AssessmentThis task provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate that you have the requiredknowledge and skills of install, operate and troubleshoot enterprise routers.Assessment DescriptionReview the instructions and diagram below and configure enterprise router with requiredconfiguration.This is a practical task. Your assessor will observe your ability to undertake following tasks ina simulated environment. Ask your trainer for further guidance on your assessment task,submission procedure and timeline.InstructionsYour assessor will also ensure that you have access to each of the following for yourassessment: A site where network installation may be conductedEnterprise routers and operating systemsHardware and softwareThe organisational guidelines (will be provided by trainer)ComputersDiagramIP addressing (will be provided by Trainer) WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 7International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MDiagram:During your assessment, based on the given network design diagram, you will needto: Plan and prepare for the installation of a medium enterprise router. Design a classless internet protocol (IP) addressing scheme, to suit requirements. Install, configure and test the network elements, to ensure interoperability within thenetwork. Apply network topologies, routing and security protocols. Apply solutions and troubleshoot any defined network problems.Based on the above and additional information that may be provided by yourassessor, complete the following tasks:1. List and briefly describe legislation, work health and safety (WHS), codes, regulationsand standards you need to consider for undertaking your required practical task.2. Arrange access to the site as per organisation procedure.3. Review existing network design documentation provided by your assessor. Makechanges if documents is not current and/or complete.4. Select and document network elements that are needed to be installed.5. Send email to contact vendors and service suppliers to obtain the specifications anddetermine the availability of the identified components. Also, give a follow-up call toWSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 8International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690Myour vendor/ supplier (your assessor) to confirm your inquiry. Write summary ofdiscussion.6. Develop plans for the installation of components including tasks priority andcontingency arrangements to minimise disruption to the client.7. Discuss with your manager (your assessor) and obtain approval for the plansincluding security and timing. Provide evidence of your approval.8. Determine the basic routing requirements. Discuss it with your assessor and writesummary.9. Determine the router operating parameters. Discuss it with your assessor and writesummary.10. List and describe the appropriate media, cables, ports, and connectors to connectrouters to other network devices and hosts.11. Access and use the router to set basic parameters.12. Upgrade the firmware on a router.13. Save and backup the router configuration files.14. Implement basic router security.15. Configure the static and default routes.16. Determine, calculate and apply the appropriate classless addressing scheme in thegiven network design diagram.a) Describe how you have used variable length subnet masking (VLSM)b) Describe summarization to satisfy addressing requirements in a local areanetwork (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN) environment.17. Configure and verify, the classless routing protocols.18. Troubleshoot the device configuration and network connectivity associated with IPaddressing and host configurations using basic utilities.19. Describe the basic troubleshooting principles used to verify the network’s operation.20. Write a reflection journal outlining what you have learnt while doing all the aboveactivities.WSC-ASSICTNWK507-V1.2-20032019 Page | 9International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney CollegeRTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690MWhat your assessor will be looking for as evidence:Evidence checklist: Evidence MUST be SubmittedTick off Items WhenSubmitted Completed practical tasks Activity 1 – 20

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