A Chain of Four Routers with OSPF Routes

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Chapter
11

Hands
-
On Project

CNIT 202E
-

Bowne & Mateen


Fall 2010

A Chain of Four Routers

with
OSPF

Routes

1.

Assemble a team of at four students
.



Teams of 3, 5, or 6 are OK too

2.

Each student needs a PC, a Router, and a Switch
.



If you prefer, students in the middle of the chain can use a loopback
instead of a switch and a PC
, but the two end devices must be PCs
.

3.

Configure the network as shown. The specific addresses for the interfaces are up
to you to choose
.

4.

If the Serial ports on the 1841s flap, replace those links with Ethernet links
.

5.

Configure all the routers and PCs wit
h appropriate hostnames and IP addresses
.

6.

Put a Loopback interface on Router A to simulate an Internet connection.

7.

Configure
EIGRP

on all the routers
so the end devices can ping one another.
Redistribute the Loopback on Router A to all the other routers w
ith OSPF.

8.

When your network can ping end
-
to
-
end,
and all the devices can ping the
Loopback interface,
call an instructor over to record your success.


192.168.1.0/28

192.168.1.
16
/28

192.168.1.
32
/28

192.168.1.48
/28

192.168.1.
64
/
30

192.168.1.
68
/
30

192.168.1.
72
/
30

Loop0

10.0.
0.1/30