This packet tracer assignment is a continuation of OSPF, EIGRP, VLANs, DHCP. Two new concepts will be introduced; ACLs and redistribution. ACLs prevent specific protocols, host or entire networks from accessing other networks, host or protocols. Redistribution allows EIGRP and OSPF to exchange routing table information to map networks.
Follow the instructions on the packet tracer. There are 4 VLANs requiring subnetting. DHCP will be used to provide addresses to the servers. OSPF is configured on Router 1 and Router 2.
Router 3 to Router 2 is EIGRP. Router 2 will host the redistribution command to map OSPF to EIGRP. Router 3 will host the DNS server.
Hint: map the DHCP to the subnets, address the router to router with the 3rd subnet from the given networks. Make sure you can ping each leg independently and from end to end prior to submission.
In this assignment, you will configure EIGRP for the routing protocol between routers. You will configure a DHCP pool for the assigned IP addressing displayed on the packet tracer.
Open the packet tracer and configure the network with the given requirements to:
1) subnet the given IP addresses per the CIDR
2) Configure EIGRP on the routers (router addresses are from the 209 NW ID)
3) Configure DHCP on the routers to support the device IP addresses
Do normal OSPF multi-area configuration and EIGRP. The link will help you with the Redistribution of multiple protocols. Make sure you put router IDs on the routers for OSPF to synchronize.
Complete the the OSPF and EIGRP Networks independently; then tie the 2 protocols together.
This is a Network configuration for multiple routing protocols; EIGRP and OSPF. The EIGRP is configured ONLY for the External Website Server 184.108.40.206 network.
The OSPF is a multi area network with 3 networks; Area 0 is 10.1.1.0 and 10.2.2.0.
Area 1 is 220.127.116.11 and Area 2 is 192.168.200.0.
There are 2 VLAN(s);
VLAN 10 on the 18.104.22.168 network. Name for VLAN 10 is Students and VLAN needs to support 100 devices.
VLAN 40 on the 192.168.200.0 network. Name for VLAN 40 is Faculty and needs to support 100 devices.
We continue the networking build and design with multi-area OSPF. Build the following network. (multi-area OSPF, VLANs)
Configure OSPF in each router with router ID and loopback addressing.
5 Routers with serial ports
(Right Leg – router 0 connects to R1; R1 Connects to R2)
(Left Leg – Router 0 connect to R3. R3 connects to R4)
2 Switches (switch is attached to last router on each leg network) 1 switch connects to R2 and 1 switch connects to R4.
1 end device attached to each switch
Subnet the addresses for the device requirement
Configure sub interfaces on router connected to switches.
Routers at the top of the network are Area 0 (outbound interface from router 0 to inbound interface of router 1 is area 0)
(outbound interface from router 0 to inbound interface of router 3 is area 0)
Outbound of router 1 interface and router 2 are Area 1)
Outbound of router 3 interface and router 4 are Area 2)
Network Left Leg: Area 1
192.168.100.0/24; network host requirement is 100 devices
Network Right Leg: Area 2
172.16.20.0/22; network host requirement is 50 devices
Configure mulit area OSPF and ping successfully from Leg A to Leg B.
This is a continuation of EIGRP protocols.
Build the topology with 3 routers with serial ports.
The routers all connect to each other to form a triangle.
Configure 3 routers with EIGRP protocol. Use the following addresses:
Connect routers together in a triangle.
Router 1 – 172.16.10.0/24
Router 2 – 172.16.20.0/24
Router 3 – 172.16.30.0/24
Successful completion is ping from Router 1 to Router 2 and Router 3. Need ping screenshot
Run the EIGRP neighbor and the EIGRP topology commands. Need screenshot.
Observe the topology output with feasible distance display.
Need packet tracer file