IP Subnetting Lab 3: Can you subnet this network? Do you understand IP subnetting? Use this CCNA Packet Tracer Assessment lab to verify your knowledge. Brian Gallagher has created a fantastic CCNA lab here. Can you get 100% for this lab?
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In this lab scenario, you will take on the role of a Network Architect for a Cisco Partner. One of your clients – Stark Industries has asked for a proposal to design their new remote office network. As the Network Architect, it will be your role to design the new IP addressing scheme according to the criteria laid out in the design document. An excerpt from the IP Subnetting section is given below in order to design, implement and then verify the new scheme in this Packet Tracer Assessment lab. General Design detail:1. Stark Industries are in the process of opening their new RemoteOffice location as part of an acquisition program. The Office design will include a Central router to the remote site and remote site router for connectivity via multiple serial connections and a switch for client connectivity. 2. The IP Addressing scheme to be used for the entire Stark industries addressing design is to be 192.168.0.0 /24. 3. This Packet Tracer Assessment will use the 192.168.0.0 to create all the subnets and VLSM subnets required for the remote office connections. IP subnet-zero is configured.