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Lab 1: Get Access

The purpose of this lab is to get you ready for subsequent assignments. 

Introduction
In this class you will preform the basic setup functions in the Lab Setup Guide. The setup steps will enable you do do subsequent labs so it's very important that you do this lab correctly. You will also need to be able to access Cabrillo's VLab with your newly created username and password. Your VLab account will have a folder 

VLab Access
Your password is derived from your name and your student ID. Here's how to figure out your username and password:
  • lll = first 3 letters of your last name (lowercase)
  • fff = first 3 letters of your first name (lowercase)
  • Ff = first 2 letters of your first name (first letter uppercase)
  • Ll = first 2 letters of your last name (first letter uppercase)
  • nnnn = last 4 digits of your student ID
  • ccc = The course number (with no letters)
Your username is:
  • cislab\lllfffccc
Your password is:
  • FfLlnnnn
Here's an example:
  • Michael Matera (student ID 12345678)
  • Class: CIS-160WS
  • Username: cislab\matmic160
  • Password: MiMa5678
Once you have logged in, rename one of the "Student XX" folders and give it your name. Please use a name that I will recognize. There are three Windows servers in the folder. They are networked together according to the following diagram:

Take a screen capture of your VMs in your renamed folder.

Setup Your Servers
Now that you have access to your VMs you must setup networking on each of them to match the lab setup guide. Perform the following setup tasks. The administrator password on your VM is "Cabri11o" (funny Cabrillo). 
  1. Set the following IP configuration on SVR-A
    1. Ethernet 1 (CIS Network)
      1. IPv4: DHCP
      2. IPv6: Automatic (SLAAC) 
    2. Ethernet 2: (Private Network)
      1. IPv4: 192.168.1.50/24 
      2. IPv6: Automatic 
  2. Set the following IP configuration on SVR-B
    1. IPv4: 192.168.1.60/24
    2. Gateway: 192.168.1.50
    3. DNS: 192.168.1.50
    4. IPv6: Automatic
  3. Set the following IP configuration on SVR-C
    1. IPv4: DHCP
    2. IPv6: Automatic
A keen observer will see that this setup is broken. We will correct the setup next week. Once you have performed the setup instructions take a screenshot of EACH of your VM's network configuration on the "Local Server" page of Server Manager.

Turn In
  1. A screenshot of your VM folder
  2. A screenshot of the Local Server page on SVR-A
  3. A screenshot of the Local Server page on SVR-B
  4. A screenshot of the Local Server page on SVR-C
Submit your homework on blackboard.

Grading
  • 5 points each screenshot
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