CNIT202 Monday and Wednesday 6-9pm Cloud 218 Instructors Thiry & Baca Routing Protocols and Concepts

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CNIT202


Monday and Wednesday 6
-
9pm Cloud 218 Instructors


Thiry & Baca


Router Technologies →
Routing Protocols and Concepts

This course describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of routing and rout
in
g protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify,
and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. By the end of this course, students will be abl
e to recognize and correct common routing
issues and problems. Each chapter walks

the student through a basic procedural lab, and then presents basic configuration, implementation, and troubleshooting labs.
Packet Tracer (PT) activities reinforce new concepts, and allow students to model and analyze routing processes that may be d
iffic
ult to visualize or understand.


Date (MW)

Outline

Activities

Labs

Assmts

M 10/22

1. Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding




1.0 Chapter Introduction




1.1 Inside the Router

1.1.1.5 PT Corporate Network Simulation

1.1.4.3 PT Using Setup Mode

1.1.5.3 PT Cabling Devices

1.1.5.4 PT Using PT Device Tab



1.2 CLI Configuration and Addressing

1.2.1.2 PT Connecting and Identifying
Devices

1.2.2.4 PT Configure and Verify R1



1.3 Building the Routing Table

1.3.2.2 PT Directly
-
Connected Networks
1
.3.3.2 PT Static Routing

1.3.4.2 PT Dynamic Routing

1.3.5.2 PT Comprehensive Rou
t
ing Simul
.



1.4 Path Determination and Switching Functions

1.4.2.2 PT Discover Packet and Frame
Fields

1.4.3.2 PT Determine Best Path using
Routing

Tables



1.5 Router Co
nfiguration Labs

1.5.1.2 PT Cabling a Network

1.5.2 .2 PT Basic Router Configuration

1.5.3.2 PT Challenge Router Conf

1.5.1.1 Cabling a network

1.5.2.1 Basic Router Conf.

1.5.3.1 Challenge Router C


1.6 Summary




1.7 Chapter Quiz




W 10/24

2. Stat
ic Routing




2.0 Chapter Introduction




2.1 Routers in Networks

2.1.3.2 PT Build the Chapter Topology



2.2 Router Configuration Review

2.2.3.3 PT Conf Ethernet Interfaces for IP
on hosts & routers



2.3 Exploring Directly Connected Networks

2.3
.1.3 PT Configure Serial Interfaces and
Verify Routing Table

2.3.2.3 PT Verify Connectivity of Directly
Connected Devides

2.3.3.3 PT Cisco Discovery Protocol(CDP)

2.3.4.2 PT Mapping a Network with CDP &
Telnet



2.4 Static Routes with “Next Hop” Addresse
s




2.5 Static Routes with Exit Interfaces

2.5.3.2 PT Removing and Configuring
Static Routes



2.6 Summary and Default Static Routes

2.6.2.3 PT Configuring a Default Route



2.7 Managing and Troubleshooting Static Routes

2.7.3.2 PT Packet the Missin
g Route



2.8 Static Route Configuration Labs

2.8.1.2 PT Basic Static Route Configuration

2.8.2.2 PT Chall. Static Route Configuration

2.8.3.2 PT Troubleshooting Static Routes

2.8.1.1 Basic Static Route Conf.

2.8.2.1 Chall. St. Route Conf.

2.8.3.1 Troubl
esh. St. Routes


2.9 Chapter Summary

2.9.1.3 Ch 2 PT Skills Integration




M 10/29

3. Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols




3.0 Chapter Introduction




3.1 Introduction and Advantages




3.2 Classifying Dynamic Routing Protocols

3.2.1 Over
view

3.2.2.2 PT IGP & EGP

3.2.5.2 PT Convergence



3.3 Metrics




3.4 Administrative Distances

3.4.4.2 PT Viewing Routing Table Info



3.5 Routing Protocol and Subnetting Activities

3.5.1 Identifying Elements of Routing Table

3.5.2.2 PT Subnetting Sc
en. 1 with Static R.

3.5.3.2 PT Subnetting Scen. 2 with Static R

3.5.4.2 PT Subnetting Scen. 3 with Static R

3.5.2.1 Subnet. Sc.1 w/t Static R

3.5.3.1 Subnet. Sc.2 w/t Static R

3.5.4.1 Subnet. Sc.3 w/t Static R


3.6 Summary

3.6.1.3 Ch 3 PT Skills Integra
tion



3.7 Chapter Quiz




W 10/31

4. Distance Vector Routing Protocols




4.0 Chapter Introduction




4.1 Introduction to Distance Vector Routing Protocols




4.2 Network Discovery




4.3 Routing Table Maintenance




4.4 Routing Loops

4.4.1.2

PT Routing Loops



4.5 Distance Vector Routing Protocols Today

4.5.1 Dist. Vector Routing Prot. Compared



4.6 Summary


4.6.1 Routing TableInterpretation


4.7 Quiz

4.7.1.3 PT Skills Integration







M 11/5

5. RIP version 1




5.0 Chapter Intr
oduction




5.1 RIPv1: Distance Vector, Classful Routing Protocol




5.2 Basic RIPv1 Configuration

5.2.1.2 PT Conf. IP Addr. On Router interf.

5.2.3.3 PT Confi. RIP Routing on a Network



5.3 Verification and Troubleshooting

5.3.4.2 PT Conf. Passive
Interface in RIP



5.4 Automatic Summarization

5.4.5.4 PT Automatic Route Summarization



5.5 Default Route and RIPv1

5.5.2.2 PT Propagating the Default Route in
RIP



5.6 Summary

5.6.1.2 PT Basic RIP Configuration

5.6.2.2 PT Challenge RIP Configurat
ion

5.6.3.2 PT RIP Troubleshooting

5.6.1.1 Basic RIP Configuration

5.6.2.1 Challenge RIP Config

5.6.3.1 RIP Troubleshooting


5.7 Quiz




W 11/7

6. VLSM and CIDR




6.0 Chapter Introduction




6.1 Classful and Classless Addressing




6.2 VLSM




6.3 CIDR




6.4 VLSM and Route Summarization Activity

6.4.1.2 PTBasic VLSM Calc. & Addr. Design

6.4.2.2 PTChall. VLSM Calc. & Addr. Design
6.4.3.2 PT Troublesh. a VLSM Addr. Design

6.4.4.2 PT Basic Route Summarization

6.4.5.2 PT Challenge Route Summariza
tion

6.4.6.2 PT Troublesh. Route Summarization

6.4.1.1 Basic VLSM Calc.& Addr.
6.4.2.1 Chall. VLSM Calc.& Addr.
6.4.3.1Troublesh. VLSM Ad Des

6.4.4.1 Basic Route Summarizat.

6.4.5.1 Challenge Route Summ

6.4.6.1 Troublesh. Route Summ


6.5 Summary

6.5.1.3
PT Skills Integration Challenge



6.6 Chapter Quiz




W 11/14

7. RIPv2




7.0 Chapter Introduction




7.1 RIPv1 Limitations

7.1.2.3 PT Configuring Discontiguous Rtes
7.1.5.2 PT Verify Non
-
Convergence Using C



7.2 Configuring RIPv2

7.2.4.2 PT Conf
igure RIPv2



7.3 VLSM and CIDR




7.4 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2

7.4.3.2 PT Routing Table Configuration



7.5 RIPv2 Configuration Labs

7.5.1.2 PT Using RIPv2 Configuration

7.5.2.2 PT Challenge RIPv2 Configuration

7.5.3.2 PT RIPv2 Troublesho
oting

7.5.1.1 Using RIPv2 Config.

7.5.2.1 Challenge RIPv2 Config

7.5.3.1 RIPv2 Troubleshooting


7.6 Chapter Summary

7.6.1.3 PT skills Integration Challenge



7.7 Chapter Quiz




M 11/19

8. The Routing Table: A Closer Look




8.0 Chapter Introduction




8.1 The Routing Table Structure




8.2 Routing Table Lookup Process




8.3 Routing Behavior




8.4 Routing Table Labs

8.4.1.2 PT Investigating the Routing Table
Lookup Process

8.4.2.2 PT The show ip route Challenge lab

8.4.1.1 Investigating the

Routing
Table Lookup Process

8.4.2.1 Show ip route Chall. lab.


8.5 Chapter Summary

8.5.1.3 PT Skills Integration Challenge



8.6 Chapter Quiz




M 11/26

9. EIGRP




9.0 Chapter Introduction




9.1 Introduction to EIGRP




9.2 Basic EIGRP Conf
iguration

9.2.6.4 PT Configure and Verify EIGRP
Routing



9.3 EIGRP Metric Calculation

9.3.4.3 PT Examine and Modify EIGRP
metric



9.4 DUAL

9.4.6.4 PT Investigating Successors and
Feasible successors



9.5 More EIGRP Configuration




9.6 EIGRP Con
figuration Labs

9.6.1.2 PT Basic EIGRP Configuration Lab

9.6.2.2 PT Challenge EIGRP Config. Lab

9.6.3.2 PT Troubleshooting EIGRP Conf, lab

9.6.1.1 Basic EIGRP Config Lab

9.6.2.1 Chall. EIGRP Config. Lab

9.6.3.2 PT Troubleshooting
EIGRP Conf, lab


9.7 Ch
apter Summary

9.7.1.3 PT Skills Integration Challenge



9.8 Chapter Quiz




W 11/28

10. Link
-
State Routing Protocols




10.0 Chapter Introduction




10.1 Link
-
State Routing Protocols




10.2 Implementing Link
-
State Routing Protocols




10.3 Chap
ter Summary

10.3.1.3 PT Skills Integration Challenge



10.4 Chapter Quiz




M 12/3

11. OSPF




11.0 Chapter Introduction




11.1 Introduction to OSPF




11.2 Basic OSPF Configuration

11.2.6.2 PT Configure and Verify OSPF
Routing



11.3 The OSPF
Metric

11.3.2.4 PT Modifying the Cost of a Link



11.4 OSPF and Multiaccess Networks

11.4.3.2 PT Determining the DR and the
BDR



W 12/5

11.5 More OSPF Configuration

11.5.2.3 PT Default Route and Fine
-
tuning
OSPF



11.6 OSPF Configuration Labs

11.6.1
.2 PT Basic OSPF Configuration Lab

11.6.2.2 PT Challenge OSPF Config Lab

11.6.3.2 PT Troubleshooting OSPF Conf

11.6.1.1 Basic OSPF
Configuration Lab

11.6.2.1 Challenge OSPF Config
Lab

11.6.3.2 1 PT Troubleshooting
OSPF Conf


11.7 Chapter Summary

11.7.1.3

PT Skills Integration



M 12/10

Review and Catch Up




W 12/12

Review and Catch Up




M 12/17

Final Exam




W 12/19

Final Exam