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NetSecLab is a local network, an intranet. Only Internet connection will be through proxy which will be open on local system updates.

Each table in the lab is having an UTP plug which is connected to the patch panel on the rack. The patch panel, physical hardware and servers are on the rack.

Students and visitors will be part of the local network when they plug their cable in. It is important that you have a utp patch cable with you. Students will be connected to the LAN (Kotekli Area) by default. You can be a part of other networks by changing the cable in the rack (from patch panel to the physical device).


   S1: Wiki ­ Center of Information: Lab and Internal Documents
   S2: Software Based Router
   S3: Image Server (containing images of virtual operating systems)
   S4: FTP Server (Attack & Defense Tools)
   S5: Network Servers (DNS, DHCP, WEB)
   S6: Network IDS, Log Analysis
   S7: Proxy
   S8: Honeypot ­ HoneyNet
   S9: SDN Emulation


   N1: Logical (virtual) network which will be dynamically formed by emulation
   N2: Physical Cisco Routers, Switches and Firewall (ASA)
   N3: Vulnerable systems on the network (Virtual operating systems)
   N4: HoneyNet (Honeypot systems to attract and catch intuders)
   N5: SDN (Software Defined Networks)

We are in Phase 6...

Phase 1: Local cabling completed

Phase 2: S1: Wiki is online (locally) and content is being formed.

Phase 3: S2 + N1: Software Based Router and Virtual network is formed, on optimization phase

Phase 4: N2: Physical devices are working!

Phase 5: Students can access the network devices in user mode. Infrastucture is used in the lessons

Phase 6: N3: Virtualization systems working. Vulnerable systems will be used in the security lesson.