Friday, August 1, 2014

Setting the LAN on the Server and Client Network

LAN network should be set such that the desired results can be maximized. Lan network connect computers to each other and can be controlled by a single computer server. Whether or not or the resulting quality depends on how the Setting the LAN on the Server and Client Network.

Setting Server and Client

Once the computers are connected in a form of topology (eg; Star) then we are ready to make arrangements. Turn on the PC server (make sure that the server PC is connected to Internet Broadband). Broadband Internet connection to the server is done by the employees of the provider or if we want to do it yourself, we just ask for the number of broadband internet + password, IP and DNS from the provider after the application of subscription requests we receive. Open a command prompt from the start menu - programs - accessories - command prompt. Type "ping http://www.google.com" without the quotes.

If we have a server PC connected to the Internet, then we would get, such as "Reply from 72.14.203.174:..." means that the connection is successfully received. Well, now we will be setting up a new network that we're working on today.

Open a command prompt and type "ipconfig / all" press ENTER (without the quotes). Here will be visible IP address, DNS servers, and Default Gateway (NIC 1 and NIC 2 belongs speedy still empty). Write down on a piece of papyrus paper eh :) means these numbers. IP addresses are used usually are in class C.


Setting the LAN on the Server and Client Network

For example, NIC 1 is filled:

IP address: 192.168.1.2

Subnet: 255.255.255.0

Gateway: 192.168.1.1 (IP Address in ADSL modem)

DNS servers: 202.134.0.15 (DNS from ISP / Speedy)

Alternative DNS: 202.134.0.10
Open Control Panel - Network connectin. Double click on the Local Area connection 2 (NIC2)
Search option Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) and click Properties. Click on the Use the following IP address and then fill in as follows:
IP address: 192.168.0.1
Once completed, click OK and then closse
Subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.2 (IP Address on NIC 1)
DNS servers: 202.134.0.15
Alternative DNS: 202.134.0.10
Turn on all the client computers. To make it easier, do the setup from the client computer number 1.
Open Control Panel - Network connection. Double click on the Local Area connection
Search option Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) and click Properties. Click on the Use the following IP address and then fill in as follows:
IP address: 192.168.0.2 (IP address of client 1)
Subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.0.1 (IP Address on NIC 2 servers)
DNS servers: 202.134.0.15

In the previous post that NIC 1 is connected to the ADSL modem and NIC 2 is connected to the switch. NIC 2 is what we will share to the client computer.
Before synchronizing between the PC server and PC client first we fill in all the IP address of the client computer.

For client 2 and so on, follow step number 2 above. You just change the IP address to ... 3,4,5 .. etc.


Regards,
Jim Gordon
Lecturer in Computer Networking
Setting Computer - settingcomputers.blogspot.com

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