NTC 405 Week 1 Individual Hands-On Projects (2 Papers) Recent
Complete the following Hands-On Projects of Chs. 1, 2, and 3 in Guide to Networking Essentials.
To complete the Hands-On Projects, follow the project steps using your own computer:
Hands-On Project 1-1: Examining a Computer’s Boot Procedure
Hands-On Project 1-2: Upgrading a Stand-alone Computer to a Networked Computer
Hands-On Project 1-3: 1-3
Hands-On Project 1-4: Using ipconfig, ping, and arp
Hands-On Project 1-5: Exploring Peer-to-Peer Networking
Hands-On Project 1-6: Creating a Shared Folder
Hands-On Project 1-7: Transferring a Document to Another Computer
Hands-On Project 2-1: Using Wireshark with a Hub
Hands-On Project 2-2: Using Wireshark with a Switch
Hands-On Project 2-3: Examining Hub and Switch Indicator Lights and Uplink Ports
Hands-On Project 2-4: Connecting to a Wireless Access Point
Hands-On Project 2-5: Communicating over a Router
Hands-On Project 2-6: Using Trace Route to See How Packets Travel Through the Internet
Hands-On Project 3-1: Building a Physical Star Topology Network
Hands-On Project 3-2: Determining and Changing Your Ethernet Standard
Hands-On Project 3-3: Viewing an Ethernet Frame
After completing the hands-on projects, write a 1/2- to 1-page reflection on what you learned. Discuss any areas where you had difficulty as well as areas that were easy for you to complete. How does your current work experience help or not help with networking projects?
Submit your reflection using the Assignment Files tab.
APA Writing Checklist
Use this document as a checklist for each paper you will write throughout your GCU graduate program. Follow specific instructions indicated in the assignment and use this checklist to help ensure correct grammar and APA formatting. Refer to the APA resources available in the GCU Library and Student Success Center.
☐ APA paper template (located in the Student Success Center/Writing Center) is utilized for the correct format of the paper. APA style is applied, and format is correct throughout.
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☐ The introduction is present. APA format is applied correctly. There are no errors.
☐ Topic is well defined.
☐ Strong thesis statement is included in the introduction of the paper.
☐ The thesis statement is consistently threaded throughout the paper and included in the conclusion.
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Examples of Scholarly Resources include: Academic journals, books written by experts in a field, and formally published encyclopedias and dictionaries.
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