→Part 1: Set up and routing (10 marks)
== Part 1: Set up and routing (10 marks) ==
# Complete labs 1 through 4.
(but note the previous announcement about forwarding port 80)# Create a new virtual network named asg1 , with a subnet that has a 192.168.X network address, where X is the last two digits of your Seneca student number. Do not use DHCP on this network.# Create a new virtual machine and install CentOS in it as a minimal install.# Set up the new virtual machine to have the hostname lin1a1, and two network interfaces : #* Both should be virtio type of virtual devices #* One on the asg1 network with the IP address 192.168.X. 50 #* One on the network1 network with the IP address 192.168.210. 20# Note that you can only have one default gateway on a system, and your default gateway should be c7host on the 192.168.210 subnet. # Confirm that your new VM can communicate with both the internet and with hosts on the network1 network.# Create another VM , named lin2a1 , with one network interface and IP address 192.168.X. 51 # The second VM should be able to access machines on the asg1 network but not on the network1 network.# Configure the second VM to be able to access the internet and the network1 network via lin1a1. You 'll need to enable IP forwarding and masquerading on the correct interface in the correct machine.# Configure both VMs to be able to connect to c7host.yourmysenecaid.ops, lin1.yourmysenecaid.ops, and lin2.yourmysenecaid.ops by hostname (don't be tempted to set up another DNS server, use what you already have)# Note: make sure that you start from the default iptables-services rules. You'll lose marks if you don't have a functional firewall on lin1a1 and lin2a1.
== Part 2: SSH brute-force attack (10 marks) ==