Assigning your IP's to End Devices

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Welcome back, assigning IP addresses to your end devices. Last name we know how to do. All right, you don't have to assign IP addresses to your PCs, printers, servers, phones, switches and routers and a lot more of the devices that we're not going to see right? Well definitely PC switches routers and phones servers all these different things are pretty much the same as far as servers have a lot more like do you know services like DNS, FTP, DHCP Active Directory, all these different things right when your domain controller then we have all sorts of things when we get to start doing that, we have rules and all that right. But your routers, okay is also you have to assign IP addresses. Not Forget about secondary IP addresses on ipv4, okay, just one IP address per interface that changes right with ipv6, but definitely your printers.

You know, they can get an IP address From a router from a DHCP server, the same thing goes with your PCs. You can assign create scopes. And that's how it's usually done. I mean, even though I can tell you I did work for, I think it was it was a seletar company, many, many, many, many, many others another, as a IT guy, really just working on starting out with a call center. And they literally, they had us do it, that goes out to change something. And they just gave us instructions on how to change the IP address and whatnot.

So we had access to that. But 300 computers on this one floor. All right, and we actually everything was statically assigned. That's insane. Okay, maybe you're a security reason, whatever, but that's insane. You don't want to do that.

All right. But anyway, so we're gonna go do a little lab here. Not a big thing. We're gonna do a little lab and we're going to go ahead and configure Oh, IP addresses on our end devices. See you there. All right, welcome to the assigning IP address to end devices lab flow name.

Alright, to do something very simple. All right, so what we're going to do is we're going to assign IP addresses. And you can see we have a switch. This is the network, we'll make it really simple. Okay, so we got a 1921681 dot zero network. All right, so that means we're turning 54 available IP addresses, we're using a default Class C, I'm classification mask.

All right, and, and when you start assigning now you can see they're all these are all PCs, obviously, we have other devices and devices like phones, eye printers, things of that nature, okay, but with all that requires certain configurations that we're not going to do, okay, but those will also as well received IPS but very simple. Here we have a switch. So there is no gateway, but we'll give it one. Just we'll use the last standard to do that. So we come here. All right, and let's open this up here so we can see what we're doing that we need a lot of space.

Okay. And here's the IP configuration. Last standard 192168. Did I say 100? I forgot, right? Now see that one?

All right, one dot one. tab, you see how he puts in a default Class C mask. Okay, and we'll use the gateway. I like to use the last available IP address on there. So we had a DNS server, we would put it on there as well. And let's say that the DNS servers one or 21681 dot 20, you say that's what it is.

Okay. So DNS org could be anything doesn't have to be within its own subnet. Okay, but whatever the case may be. There you go. There. This is how you put in, like you were in your PC normally.

Right? And that's that. Now with a laptop, obviously, we can do this wirelessly. If we had a wireless Nic card plugged in which we do not. We do not right, we have the regular old Ethernet in there. So we're gonna go to the desktop, go here, IP address 192 dot 168, dot one dot two, Tom 192 dot 168 dot one dot 284 as our gateway, I will put into DNS over there that we did on the first one as 20.

Simple, simple, simple, no big deal. But again, you got to think of that design. We talked about that already. When you're planning your infrastructure, what am I going to assign to what where things are going to be? I and I and the server says we're actually saying DNS. So this is this is going to be our DNS server.

Okay, since we are doing it, so we're gonna give them the 20 IP address 192 dot 168 dot one dot 20. Tab tab is going to use the same gateway as everybody else. Okay, and I am my own DNS server, and I do my six eight dot one dot 20. Okay, and then if you're doing using a similar like this, you will go into the Services tab, you'll go to DNS, you actually have to turn it on. Alright, you can say, you know, last comm is your a Is your a record.

Obviously, you we know we don't have DNS like this, okay. Google their little wizard type thing. And the address is 192 dot 168 dot one dot one. Okay, and we add that, Okay, there you go. All right, we can always test it. Go into the server, go into the browser and type class that has been Last calm.

And you see that you have a website that comes up a and let's see if we can get the others to come up. So let's see this PC zero, the go to his website and go live calm or his browser calm and it's working. So setting up your devices is really not that difficult. Obviously, this is a simulator, okay, so it's gonna be a lot easier, but the IP addresses are the same wherever you go, Okay, now as you can see in the server, I and your switch or your router to act as a DHCP server as well. If you go to like the sources you see got the ACP. So if you're using your phones or anything like that, you can create scopes on your server for your phones, or you can create scopes on your router.

But again, that's another course altogether. Okay, and you can go ahead and assign IP addresses automatically, not only to your computers, but to your phones as well. But that's it. This is all it is assigning IP addresses. Very, very, very simple to do. No big deal.

The big deal is the planning. I stressed that before. It's the planning of what scheme you're going to use and who is going to be what and where they're going to be placed and all that good stuff. All right. I'll see you in the next one.

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