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MOAC Server Configuration Lab 5

MOAC Server Configuration Lab 5

Author: Jacob Sorem
Description:
  • Manage the Windows Routing Table
  • Install the Routing and Remote Access Role
  • Configure Virtual Private Networking
  • Configure NPS Network Policies

While Cisco has made a name in routing and switching, it is possible to set up routing through a Windows Server.  More useful, however, is the VPN configuration and Network Policy configuration.

Still, the routing table exercise is cool to see how connecting to different networks is made possible through routing.  This exercise can help put some application on the concepts learned in Networking Fundamentals.

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Tutorial

Lab 5 Setup

For this lab you will need multiple NICs in each server. This steps you through how to add network adaptors in VirtualBox.

Exercise 5.1 Managing the Windows Routing Table (Part A)

Exercise 5.1 Questions (Part A)

After Step 4

Question 1: What are the names of the network connections installed on this computer?

After Step 11

Question 2: Have you configured the two NICs on the same subnet or on different subnets?  How can you tell?

Exercise 5.1 (Part B)

Exercise 5.1 (Parts C to F)

Exercise 5.1 Questions (Parts C to F)

Part E, After Step 2

Question 3: Do you receive a ping response?  Why or why not?

Part E, After Step 3

Question 4: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part E, After Step 4

Question 5: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part E, After Step 5

Question 6: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part F, After Step 2

Question 7: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part F, After Step 3

Question 8: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part F, After Step 4

Question 9: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Part F, After Step 5

Question 10: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Exercise 5.2 Installing the Routing and Remote Access Role (Part A)

Exercise 5.2 (Parts B to D)

Exercise 5.2, Pard D, Questions

After Step 5

Question 11: Do you receive a ping response?  Why or why not?

After Step 5

Question 12: Do you receive a ping response? Why or why not?

Exercise 5.3 Configuring Virtual Private Networking

Exercise 5.4 Configuring NPS Network Policies

Exercise 5.4 Questions

After Step 3

Question 13: What Network Policies are configured by default?

Question 14: What Access type is configured for these policies?

After Step 7

Question 15: Name three types of conditions that you can add to a Network Policy

After Step 13

Question 16: What are the default authentication methods that are selected?

Lab 5 Cleanup