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PT Novice Instructor Professional Development

Demo Notes and Speaker Notes

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This presentation is designed to demonstrate how instructors can begin using Packet Tracer in their classrooms. The format of the presentation allows the presenter to use both PowerPoint to show screenshots and then switch to a live session of Packet Tracer to perform the tasksillustrated. There are speaker notes for each slide that may be helpful when discussing the concepts on that slide. You might practice switching between these applications using Alt+Tab. Slides 1 – 4 (Session Overview) Set the stage for the presentation. Remember that the purpose of this demonstration is to give instructors a “use case” for Packet Tracer. By using a real classroom situation,instructors will be able to see how they can add Packet Tracer to their classroom toolkit. Go through slides 1-4, setting the stage and adding information from the notes as desired. Slides 6 – 13 (Creating and Arranging Devices) Slides 6-13 show screen shots of device creation and offer some tips and tricks when creating devices. Go through slides 6-8 using the Speaker Notes as a guideline. Afterslide 13, switch to Packet Tracer and complete the following demonstration tasks: • • • • • • • After slide 13, switch to Packet Tracer to a new workspace. Add the 3 devices shown in the topology: 1 router, 1 switch, and 1 PC. Demonstrate holding down the control key and adding multiple routers. Demonstrate using the Delete tool to remove the devices one at a time. Demonstrate dragging across multipledevices and clicking the Delete tool to remove multiple devices. Demonstrate using the Hand tool to move the entire topology. Make sure that when you finish these demonstrations that you are left with the target topology:

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Slides 15 – 20 (Connecting Devices) Demonstrate using the Smart Connection tool to create links between the devices. Go through these slides and then switch to your Packet Tracer file after Slide 20 and complete the following demonstration tasks: • Click the Smart Connection button and click the router and then the switch. This will add a copper straightthrough connection between them. • Click the Smart Connection again and click the switch and then the PC. This will create a copper straight through connection between them. • Point out the red link lights between the router and the switch. • Mouse over the links to point out how to determine which ports were used for the connection. • Demonstrate changing the preferences to always show the portlabels. • Turn off the port labels. • Make sure that your topology looks like this when these demonstrations are complete:

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Slides 22 – 29 (Configuring Devices) Slides 22 - 29 show screen shots with text overlays that demonstrate the steps involved in configuring various devices.Demonstrate configuring the router: • Click the router icon in the topology. • Click the Config tab. • Click the Settings link under the Global section. • Type “GAD” in both text boxes for Display Name and Hostname. • Point out that the topology now displays “GAD” for the router name. • Point out that the equivalent IOS commands are displayed in the box below the GUI configuration screen. • Click theFastEthernet link under the Interface section. • Type in 192.168.1.1 for the IP address and tab to the Subnet Mask field. Point out that the default subnet mask is filled in by default. • Point out the equivalent IOS commands in the lower window. • Click the “On” checkbox for Port Status. Point out that the link lights turn green indicating that the link is up. Demonstrate configuring the PC: •...
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