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Scenario
In this Packet Tracer scenario, Bob has begun to implement the IoE in his home. You can explore the variety
of devices and manipulate environmental factors to see the impact on sensors and actuators. You can also
configure some basic settings including IP addressing for a sensor and security settings for the gateway
router. Finally, you can verify that all the devices in the home have IP connectivity.
Note: This document is a supplement, but not a replacement, for the video demonstration. The video
demonstration is the primary source for how to navigate this activity.
Tasks
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Open the Packet Tracer – Home IoE Implementation.pkz file.
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Select the Tools menu to hide the toolbars to provide more room for navigating the activity.
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There are three clusters to explore: Home, ISP-Connection, and ISP-Internet.
Click ISP-Internet to open and explore the cluster.
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Click Fast Forward Time to force the network to converge.
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Click Pda1 > Desktop > Web Browser.
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Enter the www.home.net URL and click Go.
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Click the YOUR HOME SECURITY link to see the Home Master Control page.
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Click the floor plan to see the sensor control panel.
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Close the Web Browser and the Pda1 windows, and click Back.
Click Home to open and explore the cluster.
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Explore the wired and wireless devices.
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Verify that each sensor has received IP addressing information. Click any sensor > Desktop > IP
Configuration. Some devices may not have a Desktop tab. If so, click the GUI tab.
Follow the instructions in the video demonstration to complete the following tasks:
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View and cause a change to the Thermostat sensor.
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View and cause a change to the Sprinkler Actuator.
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View and cause a change to the Light Actuator.
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View and cause a change to the Garage-Smoke-Detector.
Configure wireless settings on the Home Gateway router.
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Click Home Gateway > GUI.
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The Home Gateway router requires the following settings:
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Change the Router IP address to 10.10.10.1.
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Change the Network Name (SSID) to MyHomeWLAN.
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Change the Security Mode to WPA2 and use the password HomeWLAN.
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Change the Router Access password to myhomeonly.
Note: Scroll to the bottom of each page and click Save Settings.
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Verify that the devices received new IP addressing.
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Open a wired device, toggle its DHCP and Static setting, and then wait for the device to receive new
IP addressing.
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Alternatively, you can click Power Cycle Devices to restart all devices. This is equivalent to turning
off and turning on all devices.
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Click Fast Forward Time to accelerate the process.
Configure the BR.1 Smoke-Detector sensor with static IP addressing.
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Click BR.1 Smoke-Detector > Desktop > IP Configuration.
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Set the IP Configuration to static and enter the following IP address settings:
IP Address: 10.10.10.50
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 10.10.10.1
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Configure each of the wireless devices with the appropriate security settings; for example:
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Click Wind and Water > Config tab > Wireless0 (on the left).
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For the SSID value, enter MyHomeWLAN.
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Under Authentication, click WPA2-PSK and enter HomeWLAN for the Pass Phrase.
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Repeat the above process for all wireless devices.
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Verify that all the wireless devices are now connected to Home Gateway and have received IP
addressing.
Investigate the Packet Tracer - Home IoE Implementation.pkz file on your own.
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