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COM PETENCY-BASED LEARNING M ATERIAL

Sector : Information Communication Technology


Qualification : COM PUTER SYSTEM S SERVICING NCII

Unit of Competency : SET UP COM PUTER NETW ORK

Module Title : Setting up Computer Network

NALSIAN-TOMLING NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


Nalsian-Tomling Malasiqui Pangasinan

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HOW TO USE THIS COM PETENCY – BASED LEARNING M ATERIAL

Welcome!

The unit of competency, “Setting up Computer Networks”, is one of the


competencies of Computer Systems Servicing NCII, a course which comprises
the knowledge, skills and attitudes in logging/recording business transactions
in an accounting journal.

The module, setting up computer networks, contains training materials


and activities related to configuring Client Device Setting, LAN, WAN, Wireless
Settings and Configuring Firewall with Advance Settings.

In this module, you are required to go through a series of learning


activities in order to complete each learning outcome. In each learning outcome
are Information Sheets, Self-Checks, Operation Sheets and Task/Job
Sheets. Follow and perform the activities on your own. If you have questions,
do not hesitate to ask for assistance from you facilitator.

Remember to:

 Work through all the information and complete the activities in each
section.

 Read information sheets and complete the self-check. Suggested


references are included to supplement the materials provided in this
module.

 Most probably, your trainer will also be your supervisor or manager.


He is there to support you and show you the correct way of doing
things.

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 You will be given plenty of opportunities to ask questions and
practice on the job. Make sure you practice your new skills during
regular work shifts. This way you will improve you speed, memory
and your confidence.

 Use the Self-Checks, Operation Sheets or Task or Job Sheets at the


end of each section to test your own progress. Use the Performance
Criteria Checklist located after the sheet to check your own
performance.

 When you feel confident that you have had sufficient practice, ask
your Trainer to evaluate you. The results of your assessment will be
recorded in your Progress Chart and Accomplishment Chart.

You need to complete this module before you can perform the next
module, Inspect and test the configured computer networks.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page

A. LIST OF COM PETENCIES 5

B. M ODULE CONTENT 6-8


 LEARNING OUTCOME NO #3......................................9-10
o Learning Experience ………………….................................11-13
o Information Sheet 1.3-1 Configure Client Device
Settings.……………..........................................................14-25
o Self Check 1.3-1.…………….............................................26
o Answer Key 1.3-1............................................................27
o Information Sheet 1.3-2 Configure Local Area
Network.…………….........................................................28-34
o Self Check 1.3-2.…………….............................................35
o Answer Key 1.3-2............................................................36
o Task Sheet 1.3-2............................................................. 37
o Performance Criteria Sheet 1.3-2.....................................38
o Information Sheet 1.3-3 Configure Wide Area Network…..39-41
o Self Check 1.3-3.…………….............................................42
o Answer Key 1.3-3............................................................43
o Task Sheet 1.3-3.............................................................44
o Performance Criteria Sheet 1.3-3.....................................45
o Information Sheet 1.3-4 Configure Wireless Settings........46-51
o Self Check 1.3-4.…………….............................................52
o Answer Key 1.3-4.............................................................53
o Information Sheet 1.3-5 Setting Up Firewall with Advanced
Security............................................................................ 54-61
o Self Check 1.3-5.……………..............................................62
o Answer Key 1.3-5.............................................................63

C. REFERENCES..............................................................................64
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COM PETENCY-BASED LEARNING M ATERIALS

List of Competencies

No. Unit of Competency M odule Title Code

Install and configure Installing and configuring ELC724331


1.
computer systems computer systems

Set-up Computer Setting up Computer ELC724332


2.
Networks Networks

Set-up Computer Setting up Computer ELC724333


3.
Servers Servers

Maintain and Repair Maintaining and


4. Computer Systems and Repairing Computer ELC724334
Networks Systems and Networks

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M ODULE CONTENT

UNIT OF COM PETENCY SET UP COM PUTER NETW ORK

M ODULE TITLE Setting up Computer Network

M ODULE DESCRIPTOR:
This module covers the outcomes required in
setting-up computers networks for LANs and
small-office home-office (SOHO) systems. It
consists of competencies to install Ethernet
cables, set network configuration, set router/Wi-
Fi/ wireless access point/repeater configuration
as well as to inspect and test the configured
computer networks.

NOM INAL DURATION: 40 HOURS

LEARNING OUTCOM ES:


At the end of this module you MUST be able to:

1. Install Ethernet cables

2. Set network configuration

3. Set router/Wi-Fi/ wireless access point/repeater configuration

4. Inspect and test the configured computer networks

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Cable routes are determined and planned in accordance with network


design and actual installation site.

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2. Network materials necessary to complete the work are identified and
obtained in accordance with established procedures and checked against
systems requirements
3. Tools, equipment and testing devices needed to carry out the installation
work are obtained in accordance with established procedures and checked
for correct operation and safety
4. Appropriate personal protective equipment is used and OHS policies and
procedures are followed
5. Copper cable splicing is performed based on Electronic Industries
Alliance/Telecommunications Industry Association (EIA/TIA) standards
6. Ethernet cables and cable raceway are installed in accordance with
established procedures and installation requirements
7. Installation work is performed and is checked to ensure no unnecessary
damage has occurred and complies with requirements
8. OHS standards and 5S principles are followed according to enterprise
requirements
9. Excess components and materials are disposed of based on WEEE
directives and 3Rs waste management program.
10. Network connectivity of each terminal is checked in accordance with
network design.
11. Any fault or problem in the network system is diagnosed and remedied in
line with the standard operating procedures.
12. Network interface card (NIC) settings are configured in accordance with
network design.
13. Communication checking between terminals are carried out in accordance
with OS network configuration guides
14. Unplanned events or conditions are responded to in accordance with
established procedures
15. Client Device systems settings are configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and end-user preferences
16. Local area network (LAN) port is configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and network design
17. Wide area network (WAN) port is configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and network design
18. Wireless settings are configured in accordance manufacturers’
instructions, network design and end-user preferences
19. Security/Firewall/Advance settings are configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and end-user preferences
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20. Final inspections are undertaken to ensure that the configuration done on
the computer networks conforms with the manufacturer’s
instruction/manual
21. Computer networks are checked to ensure safe operation.
22. Reports are prepared/completed according to company requirements.

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LEARNING OUTCOM E NO. 3

Set router/W i-Fi/ wireless access point/repeater configuration

Contents:

1. Configure Client Device Systems

2. Configure LAN (Local Area Network)

3. Configure WAN (Wide Area Network)

4. Configure Wireless Settings

5. Setting Up Firewall with Advanced Security

Assessment Criteria

1. Client Device systems settings are configured in accordance with


manufacturers’ instructions and end-user preferences
2. Local area network (LAN) port is configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and network design
3. Wide area network (WAN) port is configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and network design
4. Wireless settings are configured in accordance manufacturers’
instructions, network design and end-user preferences
5. Security/Firewall/Advance settings are configured in accordance with
manufacturers’ instructions and end-user preferences

Conditions

The participants will have access to:

1. Workplace Location
2. Computer Network materials:
1. UTP Cable
2. RJ45
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3. Router/Hub
4. Modem
3. Personal Computer
4. Training Materials
1. Learning Packages
2. Bond Papers
3. Ballpens
4. Whiteboard Marker
5. Manuals
6. Competency Standard
7. Training Regulations
Assessment M ethod:

1. Written Works
2. Actual Application
3. Performance Criteria

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Learning Experiences

Learning Outcome 3

Computer Systems Servicing NC II

Learning Activities Special Instructions

Read information sheet 1.3-1 on If you have some problem on the


Configure Client Device Systems content of the information sheet don’t
hesitate to approach your facilitator.
If you feel that you are now
knowledgeable on the content of the
information sheet, you can now
answer self-check provided in the
module.
Answer Self- Check 1.3-1 on Compare your answer to the answer
key 1.3-1. If you got 100% correct
Configure Client Device Systems
answer in this self-check, you can
now move to the next information
sheet. If not review the information
sheet and go over the self-check
again.

Read information sheet 1.3-2 on If you have some problem on the


Configure Local Area Network content of the information sheet don’t
hesitate to approach your facilitator.
If you feel that you are now
knowledgeable on the content of the
information sheet, you can now
answer self-check provided in the
module.
Answer Self- Check 1.3-2 on Compare your answer to the answer
key 1.3-2. If you got 100% correct
Configure Local Area Network
answer in this self-check, you can
now move to the next information
sheet. If not review the information
sheet and go over the self-check
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again.

Perform Task Sheet 1.3-2 on How to Trainer evaluates the performance


Configure LAN (Local Area Network) and makes recommendations.

Read information sheet 1.3-3 on If you have some problem on the


Configure WAN (Wide Area Network) content of the information sheet don’t
hesitate to approach your facilitator.
If you feel that you are now
knowledgeable on the content of the
information sheet, you can now
answer self-check provided in the
module.
Answer Self- Check 1.3-3 on Compare your answer to the answer
key 1.3-3. If you got 100% correct
Configure WAN (Wide Area Network)
answer in this self-check, you can
now move to the next information
sheet. If not review the information
sheet and go over the self-check
again.

Perform Task Sheet 1.3-3 on How to Trainer evaluates the performance


and makes recommendations.
Configure WAN (Wide Area Network)

Read information sheet 1.3-4 on If you have some problem on the


Configure Wireless Settings content of the information sheet don’t
hesitate to approach your facilitator.
If you feel that you are now
knowledgeable on the content of the
information sheet, you can now
answer self-check provided in the
module.
Answer Self- Check 1.3-4 on Compare your answer to the answer
key 1.3-4. If you got 100% correct
Configure Wireless Settings
answer in this self-check, you can
now move to the next information
sheet. If not review the information
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sheet and go over the self-check
again.

Read information sheet 1.3-5 on If you have some problem on the


Setting up Firewall with Advanced content of the information sheet don’t
Security hesitate to approach your facilitator.
If you feel that you are now
knowledgeable on the content of the
information sheet, you can now
answer self-check provided in the
module.
Answer Self- Check 1.3-5 on Setting Compare your answer to the answer
key 1.3-5. If you got 100% correct
up Firewall with Advanced Security
answer in this self-check, you can
now move to the next information
sheet. If not review the information
sheet and go over the self-check
again.

After doing all the activities for this


LO, you are ready to proceed to the
next LO: Inspect and test the
configured computer networks

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INFORM ATION SHEET 1.3-1

Configure Client Device Systems

Learning Objective:
After reading this information sheet, you must be able to:

1. Identify What is Client Device Systems

2. Configuring Client Device Systems

Client Device Settings is a way of configuring your client device by which


you can specify client settings at a collection level, allowing you to define
different settings as necessary. It has the characteristics of being flexible to
create multiple client device or client user settings and apply it to different
collections as per requirement. It is a set of default settings. But always take
note that those Client Device systems settings are configured in accordance
with manufacturers’ instructions and end-user preferences. In this module, we
will show the steps on setting up your client device on Windows 7, 8 & 10
which are configured manually.

Always take note on the following area’s to be configured:

1. Set up Time and Date


2. Set up Computer Name
3. Install and Configure Network Driver
4. Install necessary software application e.i MS Office and Anti virus

Configure Client Device Systems


Steps on How to Configure Client Device Settings:

1. Setting up Time and Date


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a. On Windows 10 OS, to set up the Time and Date go to the right
bottom of your taskbar see figure below:

b. Right click on the area of time and date then choose “Adjust
date/time”. Then the date/time settings will appear.

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c. If you wish to set your date/time automatically just click “ON” at
“Set Time Automatically”. If not, you can turn it off and be the one
to set date/time.
d. You could also set “Time Zone” it is located below change date and
time. You could choose Beijing, Kuala Lumpur or Taipei,
Philippines is none on the choices just choose a Time Zone that
much on our Time “UTC+8”.

2. Set up Computer Name


a. In setting up your Computer Name, Go to Start Menu and search
for “My PC”, and other Windows OS version you can find it on
Desktop a Computer Icon with a name of “My Computer”. For
Win10, please see figure below:

b. Then “Control Panel” will appear. Click on “Change Settings”


button that is shown below:

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c. After clicking “Change Settings”, another Set Up will appear. You
can now change the “Computer Description” and “Computer
Name.” As shown on figure below:

Note: Setting up your Computer Name is important. This will serve


as the Identity of your computer. It will be useful when it comes on
setting up your Computer Network. The Server/The Network will
identify what PC is being connected or configured.

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3. Install and Configure Network Driver
a. In every personal computer, it is necessary to install a network
driver so that your computer will have an access on every network
connection it may need. The first step to do is to select a
Compatible driver’s pack for your PC. Depends on your OS. Below
is an example:

There are different versions of DriverPack Solution: 15, 14, 13, 12,
11, 10 & 8. You should be careful on choosing a driver pack; it
should be compatible with your PC specification.

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After the installation of your network driver, you are ready to configure your
network. To configure the network of your PC, Right-click on your network
connection. You'll see this in your System Tray. If you are connecting your
computers through a switch with no router, you'll need to assign each
computer on the network its own individual IP address. This process is handled
automatically if you're using a router. Think of an IP address as a mailing
address. Each computer on the network needs a unique IP address so that
information sent across the network reaches the correct destination.

Click Open Network and Sharing Center.

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Click the Ethernet link at the top of the window. You'll see this next to
"Connections." Click Properties.

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Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Make sure you don't uncheck it,
just highlight it.

Click Properties.

Click the Use the following IP address radio button.

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Type 1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 1. 50 into the IP address field.

Type 2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 0. 0 into the Subnet mask field.

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Type 1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 0. 0 into the Default gateway field.

Click OK. This will save the settings for that computer. This computer is now
configured on your network with a unique IP address.

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Open the Internet Protocol Version 4 properties on the next computer. Follow
the steps above on the second computer to open the Internet Protocol Version 4
(TCP/IPv4) Properties window.

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4. Install necessary software application e.i MS Office and Anti virus
a. You may install necessary software applications for your PC like
MS Office and an Antivirus. See figures below for references:

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SELF-CHECK. 1.3-1

TRUE OR FALSE: Write the word TRUE in the space provider if the statements
are correct and FALSE if it is not.

______1. Client Device Settings is a way of configuring your client device by


which you cannot specify client settings at a collection level.

______2. On Windows 10 OS, to set up the Time and Date go to the upper left
of your taskbar.

______3. Setting up your Computer Name is important. This will serve as the
Identity of your computer.

______4. In every personal computer, it is necessary to install a network driver.

______5. Assigning an IP Address must be unique.

______6. The default subnet mask is, 255.255.0.0

______7. In setting up Time, you cannot set time automatically.

______8. In setting up the Time Zone, you could use "Philippines" for the
setting.

______9. Client setting on different OS are just the same.

______10. In installing a network drivers, it compatibility on PC must be


consider.

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Answer Key to 1.3-1

TRUE OR FALSE

1. False

2. False

3. True

4. True

5. True

6. True

7. False

8. False

9. False

10. True

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.3-2

Configure Local Area Network

Learning Objective:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, you should be able to:

1. To identify What is Local Area Network


2. To acquire knowledge in Configuring Local Area Network

A Local Area Network (LAN) is a group of compute rs and associated devices


that share a common communications line or wireless link to a server.
Typically, a LAN encompasses computers and peripherals connected to a server
within a distinct geographic area such as an office or a commercial
establishment. Computers and other mobile devices use a LAN connection to
share resources such as a printer or network storage.

Configuring Local Area Network

Equipment and Peripherals Needed for Configuring LAN

Equipment/Peripherals Name and


Image
Description

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A Personal Computer (PC) is a multi-
purpose electronic computer whose size,
capabilities, and price make it feasible for
individual use. PCs are intended to be
operated directly by an end user , rather
than by a computer expert or technician.

Ethernet cables are networking


hardware used to connect one network
device to other network devices or to
connect two or more computers to
share printers, scanners etc. Different
types of network cables, such as coaxial
cable, optical fiber cable, and twisted
pair cables, are used depending on the
network's physical layer, topology, and
size. The devices can be separated by a
few meters (e.g. via Ethernet) or nearly
unlimited distances (e.g. via the
interconnections of the Internet).

Router/Hub/Switch is a way stations


that control the traffic of data within a
network, assigns a unique IP Address to
each computer.

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M odem is a device that send, receives,
and translates information from the
internet and makes it available within the
Local Area Network

When Equipments and Peripherals are all ready, we will now proceed on
Installing and Configuring Local Area Network. Below are steps in configuring
Local Area Network.

1. Prepare your W orkplace


It must be clean and dry. Work on a spacious table. If necessary
work with your PPE. Do not forget to apply the OHS policies and
procedures.
2. Determine the number of computers you want to connect. The
number of computers you're connecting will determine the type of
network hardware you'll need.
 If you are connecting four or less computers, you'll just need
a single router or one switch if you don't need internet.
 If you're connecting more than four computers, you'll want
a router and a switch, or just a switch if you don't need
internet.
3. Determine your network layout.
If you’re installing a permanent LAN solution, you'll want to keep
cable length in mind. CAT5 Ethernet cables should not run longer
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than 250 feet. If you need to cover larger distances, you'll need
switches at regular intervals, or you'll need to use CAT6 cables.
a. You'll need one Ethernet cable for each computer you want to
connect to the LAN, as well as an Ethernet cable to connect the
router to the switch (if applicable).
4. Plug one end of an Ethernet cable into your computer. Make sure
you're using an Ethernet cable (RJ45), not a telephone cable.
5. Plug the other end of the cable into an open LAN port. This can be
any open LAN port on either the router or the switch, depending on
your LAN setup.
6. Reset the Router. In resetting your Router just click the small button
on the back of your router using a Pin or Ballpen and wait until all
the icons in front of the Router will Lights on. See figure below.

7. Go to browser either “Google Chrome” or “I explorer”. And type in the


default IP Address. Depends on Manufacturer. For this module, we will
use 192.168.0.1. See figure below:

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8. Router Login will appear. Type on default username and password.
“admin” is most default username and password, still depends on
manufacturer. See figure below:

9. After encoding the default IP Address and entering the default


username and password, the Router User Interface will appear. We
will now ready for Router Setting Up.

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10. Click the Network Tab. And change your IP Address. Take note on
the Sequence of your IP Address. Save and it will reboot.

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11. Go to DHCP Tab, just click the Disable Button. And the browser
will reboot.

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SELF-CHECK. 1.3-2

IDENTIFICATION: Identify what is being ask, write on the space provided.

__________1. A multi-purpose electronic computer whose size, capabilities, and


price make it feasible for individual use.

__________2. Is a device that sends, receives, and translates information from


the internet and makes it available within the Local Area Network

__________3. Are networking hardware used to connect one network device to


other network devices or to connect two or more computers to share printers,
scanners etc.

__________4. Is a way stations that control the traffic of data within a network,
assigns a unique IP Address to each computer.

__________5. Is a group of computers and associated devices that share a


common communications line or wireless link to a server.

__________6. Default IP address of a Router

__________7. Default Username and Password use for Logging in on your Router
Portal.

__________8. A tab on your Router Portal that can be used to change your IP
Address.

__________9. It is the first step before configuring your Router.

__________10. Indicator that your Router are already reset.

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Answer Key to 1.3-2

IDENTIFICATION:

1. Personal Computer

2. Modem

3. Ethernet Cable

4. Router

5. LAN

6. 192.168.0.1

7. Admin

8. Network Tab

9. Reset

10. Lights On (Icons in front)

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TASK SHEET 1.3-2

Configure Local Area Network

Performance Objective: Given a Network Materials (Router and Ethernet Cable)


together with a Personal Computer you should Configure
Local Area Network with allotted time of 40 minutes.

Supplies/M aterials and Equipments :

 Personal Computer

 Router and Ethernet Cable

 Personal Protective equipment (if necessary)

 Pins/Ballpen (Use for resetting the Router)

Steps/ Procedure:
1. Prepare your W orkplace
a. Make sure that you have the necessary Materials/Peripherals
b. Make sure that the workplace is clean and dry.
2. Start
a. Connect Router and Personal Computer using your Ethernet Cable
b. Reset your Router using Pins/Ballpen
c. Go to your Browser (Google Chrome or Iexplorer
d. Type in the Default IP Address
e. Type in the default username and password
f. Set up Network Tab
g. Set up DHCP Tab

Assessment M ethod:

Performance Criteria checklist

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PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST 1.3-2

CRITERIA YES NO

1. Did the trainee configure the Router correctly?

2. Did the trainee configure the Local Area Network?

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.3-3

Configure W ide Area Network (ACCESS POINT)

Learning Objective:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, you should be able to:

1. To identify What is Wide Area Network


2. To acquire knowledge in Configuring Wide Area Network

A wide area network (WAN) is a telecommunications network or computer


network that extends over a large geographical distance. Wide area networks
are often established with leased telecommunication circuits.

Business, education and government entities use wide area networks to


relay data to staff, students, clients, buyers, and suppliers from various
locations across the world. In essence, this mode of telecommunication allows
a business to effectively carry out its daily function regardless of location.
The Internet may be considered a WAN.

Configure W ide Area Network


As we gather all the peripherals and equipment needed we will proceed
on Configuring Wide Area Network. Same process with Router but this time we
will use Modem or the Access Point. See steps listed below:
1. Gather your Modem, Ethernet Cable and Personal Computer. Connect
each peripheral using the Ethernet Cable. Directly connect Modem to
your Personal Computer using the Ethernet Cable. This will just be use
for the setting up processes.

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2. Reset the M odem. In resetting your Modem just click the small button
at the back and wait until all the icons in front of the Modem will Lights
on. See figure below.

3. Go to browser either “Google Chrome” or “I explorer”. And type in the


default IP Address of your Modem. Depends on Manufacturer. For this
module, we will use 192.168.0.254. And a Dialog box will pop up and
you will need to enter the default username and password. Use “admin”
for both username and password. See figure below:

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4. Repeat the step shown on Configuring your Router.
a. Go to Network Tab. Change your IP address. Click Save then it will
reboot.
b. Go to DHCP tab and click Disable Button.
c. Unlike on Router we need to set up Wireless Tab on Modem. Click
Wireless Tab. Click on WPA/WPA2 – Personal (Recommended) then
enter your desired PSK Password. It must consist of alphanumeric
characters. The browser will reboot.

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SELF-CHECK. 1.3-3

Rearrange the given steps on how to configure W AN. Put the correct
sequence of steps by using numbers 1-10 in the space provided, 1 is the
First Step and 10 is the Last Step.

______1. Gather your Modem, Ethernet Cable and Personal Computer. Connect
each peripheral using the Ethernet Cable.

______2. Go to browser either “Google Chrome” or “I explorer”.

______3. Go to Network Tab. Change your IP address. Click Save then it will
reboot.

______4. Reset the Modem. In resetting your Modem just click the small button
at the back and wait until all the icons in front of the Modem will Lights on.

______5. Directly connect Modem to your Personal Computer using the


Ethernet Cable. This will just be use for the setting up processes.

______6. Go to DHCP tab and click Disable Button.

______7. And a Dialog box will pop up and you will need to enter the default
username and password. Use “admin” for both username and password.

______8. Prepare your Workplace, clean and Dry.

______. And type in the default IP Address of your Modem.

______10. Click Wireless Tab. Click on WPA/WPA2 – Personal (Recommended)


then enter your desired PSK Password.

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Answer Key to 1.3-3

REARRANGE:

1. 2

2. 5

3. 7

4. 4

5. 3

6. 8

7. 6

8. 1

9. 5

10. 10

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TASK SHEET 1.3-3

Configure Wide Area Network

Performance Objective: Given a Network Materials (Router and Ethernet Cable)


together with a Personal Computer you should Configure Wide
Area Network with allotted time of 40 minutes.

Supplies/M aterials and Equipments :

 Personal Computer

 Modem and Ethernet Cable

 Personal Protective equipment (if necessary)

 Pins/Ballpen (Use for resetting the Router)

Steps/ Procedure:
3. Prepare your W orkplace
a. Make sure that you have the necessary Materials/Peripherals
b. Make sure that the workplace is clean and dry.
4. Start
a. Connect Modem and Personal Computer using your Ethernet Cable
b. Reset your Modem using Pins/Ballpen
c. Go to your Browser (Google Chrome or Iexplorer)
d. Type in the Default IP Address
e. Type in the default username and password
f. Set up Network Tab
g. Set up DHCP Tab
h. Set up Wireless Tab

Assessment M ethod:

Performance Criteria checklist

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PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST 1.3-3

CRITERIA YES NO

1. Did the trainee configure the Modem correctly?

2. Did the trainee configure the Wide Area Network?

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.3-4

Configure W ireless Settings

Learning Objective:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, you should be able to:

1. To identify what is Wireless Network?


2. To enumerate steps in Configuring Wireless Settings

A wireless network is a computer network that uses wireless data


connections between network nodes.

Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications


networks and business installations avoid the costly process of introducing
cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment
locations. Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented
and administered using radio communication.

A wireless local area network (WLAN) links two or more devices over a short
distance using a wireless distribution method, usually providing a connection
through an access point for internet access. The use of spread-
spectrum or OFDM technologies may allow users to move around within a local
coverage area, and still remain connected to the network.

Products using the IEEE 802.11 WLAN standards are marketed under
the Wi-Fi brand name. Fixed wireless technology implements point-to-
point links between computers or networks at two distant locations, often
using dedicated microwave or modulated laser light beams over line of

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sight paths. It is often used in cities to connect networks in two or more
buildings without installing a wired link.

Configure wireless settings

After configuring the Router and Modem we will now proceed on setting
up the wireless network.

1. First, we need to check whether you have a wireless adapter.

a. Select the Start button, type Device Manager in the search


box, and then select Device Manager.
b. Expand Network adapters.
c. Look for a network adapter that might have wireless in the name.

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2. Setting up the modem and Internet connection

After you have all the equipment, you'll need to set up your modem and
Internet connection. If your modem wasn't set up for you by your Internet
service provider (ISP), follow the instructions that came with your modem to
connect it to your PC and the Internet. If you're using Digital Subscriber Line
(DSL), connect your modem to a phone jack. If you’re using cable, connect your
modem to a cable jack.

3. Positioning the wireless router


Put your wireless router somewhere where it will receive the strongest
signal with the least amount of interference. For better results, follow
these tips:
a. Place your wireless router in a central location. Place the router
as close to the center of your home as possible to increase the
strength of the wireless signal throughout your home.

b. Position the wireless router off the floor and away from walls
and metal objects, such as metal file cabinets. The fewer physical
obstructions between your PC and the router's signal, the more
likely that you'll be using the router's full signal strength.

Securing your wireless network

Security is always important; with a wireless network, it's even more important
because your network's signal could be broadcast outside your home. If you
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don't help secure your network, people with PCs nearby could access info
stored on your network PCs and use your Internet connection.

To help make your network more secure:

Change the default user name and password. This helps protect your router.
Most router manufacturers have a default user name and password on the
router and a default network name (also known as the SSID). Someone could
use this info to access your router without you knowing it. To help avoid that,
change the default user name and password for your router. See
the documentation for your device for instructions.

Set up a security key (password) for your network. Wireless networks have a
network security key to help protect them from unauthorized access. We
recommend using Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) security if your router
supports it. See the documentation for your router for more detailed info,
including what type of security is supported and how to set it up.

Some routers support Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). If your router supports
WPS and its connected to the network, follow these steps to set up a network
security key:

1. Select the Start button, look for Control Panel and click Network and
Internet. Then look for Network and Sharing Center.

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2. Select Set up a new connection or network.

3. Select Set up a new network, and then choose Next.

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The wizard will walk you through creating a network name and a security key.
If your router supports it, the wizard will default to Wi-Fi Protected Access
(WPA or WPA2) security. We recommend that you use WPA2, because it offers
better security than WPA or Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) security. With
WPA2 or WPA you can also use a passphrase, so you don’t have to remember a
cryptic sequence of letters and numbers.

W rite down your security key and keep it in a safe place. You can also save
your security key on a USB flash drive by following the instructions in the
wizard. (Saving your security key to a USB flash drive is available in Windows 8
and Windows 7, but not in Windows 10.)

Connect a PC to your wireless network

1. Select the Network or icon in the notification area.

2. In the list of networks, choose the network that you want to connect to,
and then select Connect.

3. Type the security key (often called the password).


4. Follow additional instructions if there are any.

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SELF-CHECK. 1.3-4

Rearrange the given steps on how to configure W AN. Put the correct
sequence of steps by using numbers 1-10 in the space provided, 1 is the
First Step and 10 is the Last Step.

_____1. Change the default user name and password

_____2. Set up a security key (password) for your network

_____3. Select Set up a new connection or network.

_____4. Securing your wireless network

_____5. Select the Start button, look for Control Panel and click Network and

Internet.

_____6. Look for Network and Sharing Center.

_____7. Positioning the wireless router

_____8. Select Set up a new network, and then choose Next.

_____9. Setting up the modem and Internet connection.

_____10. We Need To Check Whether You Have A Wireless Adapter

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Answer Key to 1.3-4

REARRANGE:

1. 5

2. 6

3. 9

4. 4

5. 7

6. 8

7. 3

8. 10

9. 2

10. 1

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.3-5

Setting Up Firewall with Advanced Security

Learning Objective:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, you should be able to:

1. To identify What is Firewall with Advanced Security


2. To enumerate steps in Configuring Firewall with Advanced Security

The Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is a tool which gives you
detailed control over the rules that are applied by the Windows Firewall. You
can view all the rules that are used by the Windows Firewall, change their
properties, create new rules or disable existing ones. In this tutorial we will
share how to open the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, how to find
your way around it and talk about the types of rules that are available and
what kind of traffic they filter.

A firewall is hardware or software that can help protect your PC


from unauthorized users or malicious software (malware). Running a firewall
on each PC on your network can help control the spread of malicious software
on your network, and help protect your PCs when you're accessing the
Internet. Windows Firewall is included with this version of Windows.

Setting Up Firewall with Advanced Security

You have several alternatives to opening the Windows Firewall with Advanced
Security:

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1. One is to open the standard Windows Firewall window, by going
to "Control Panel -> System and Security -> Windows Firewall".
Then, click or tap Advanced settings.

2. In Windows 7, another method is to search for the word firewall in


the Start Menu search box and click the "Windows Firewall with
Advanced Security" result.

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3. In Windows 8.1, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is not
returned in search results and you need to use the first method
shared above for opening it.
4. The Windows Firewall with Advanced Security looks and works the
same both in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. To continue our
tutorial, we will use screenshots that were made in Windows 8.1.

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5. What Are The Inbound & Outbound Rules?
a. In order to provide the security you need, the Windows Firewall has a
standard set of inbound and outbound rules, which are enabled
depending on the location of the network you are connected to.
b. Inbound rules are applied to the traffic that is coming from the network
and the Internet to your computer or device. Outbound rules apply to the
traffic from your computer to the network or the Internet.
c. These rules can be configured so that they are specific to: computers,
users, programs, services, ports or protocols. You can also specify to
which type of network adapter (e.g. wireless, cable, virtual private
network) or user profile it is applied to.
d. In the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, you can access all rules
and edit their properties. All you have to do is click or tap the
appropriate section in the left-side panel.

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6. The rules used by the Windows Firewall can be enabled or disabled. The
ones which are enabled or active are marked with a green check-box in
the Name column. The ones that are disabled are marked with a gray
check-box.
7. If you want to know more about a specific rule and learn its properties,
right click on it and select Properties or select it and press Properties in
the column on right, which lists the actions that are available for your
selection.

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8. In the Properties window, you will find complete information about the
selected rule, what it does and in when it is applied. You will also be able
to edit its properties and change any of the available parameters.

9. What Are The Connection Security Rules?


a. Connection security rules are used to secure traffic between two
computers while it crosses the network. One example would be a rule
which defines that connections between two specific computers must be
encrypted.

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b. Unlike the inbound or outbound rules, which are applied only to one
computer, connection security rules require that both computers have
the same rules defined and enabled.
c. If you want to see if there are any such rules on your computer, click or
tap "Connection Security Rules"on the panel on the left. By default, there
are no such rules defined on Windows computers and devices. They are
generally used in business environments and such rules are set by the
network administrator.

10. What Does the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Monitor?

The Windows Firewall with Advanced Security includes some monitoring


features as well. In the Monitoring section you can find the following
information: the firewall rules that are active (both inbound and outbound), the
connection security rules that are active and whether there are any active
security associations.

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11. You should note that the Monitoring section shows only the active
rules for the current network location. If there are rules which get
enabled for other network locations, you will not see them in this section.

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SELF-CHECK. 1.3-5

TRUE OR FALSE: Write the word TRUE in the space provider if the statements

are correct and FALSE if it is not.

________1. A firewall is hardware or software that can help protect your PC from
unauthorized users or malicious software (malware).

________2. Running a firewall on each PC on your network won't help control


the spread of malicious software on your network.

________3. In order to provide the security you need, the Windows Firewall has
a standard set of inbound and outbound rules.

________4. These rules can't be configured so that they are specific to:
computers, users, programs, services, ports or protocols.

________5. In the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, you can access all
rules and edit their properties.

________6. Connection security rules are used to secure traffic between two
computers while it crosses the network.

________7. Monitoring section shows only the active rules for the current
network location.

________8. Unlike the inbound or outbound rules, which are applied only to one
computer, connection security rules require that both computers have the
same rules defined and enabled.

________9.Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is a tool which gives you


detailed control over the rules that are applied by the Windows Firewall.

________10. Inbound rules are applied to the traffic that is coming from the
network and the Internet to your computer or device.

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Answer Key to 1.3-5

TRUE OR FALSE:

1. TRUE

2. FALSE

3. TRUE

4. FALSE

5. TRUE

6. TRUE

7. TRUE

8. TRUE

9. TRUE

10. TRUE

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REFERENCES:

INTERNET

1) http://www.tesda.gov.ph
a. CSS NCII TR
b. CSS NCII CBC
c. CSS SAG

2) http://wikihow.com
a. Configure Local Area Network
b. Configure Wide Area Network

3) http://www.slideshare.net
a. Configure Client Device Settings
b. Configure Wireless Settings
c. Setting up Firewall with Advance Security

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