Applied Sciences, Computing & Engineering.
Added on - 16 Sep 2019
Applied Sciences,Computing & EngineeringLEVEL:CQFW 5MODULE:COM524: Data Communications and NetworksPractical Exercise:6 – EIGRPThis tutorial is intended as an introduction to EIGRP. It assumes that the student isfamiliar with various Routing Protocols. Design a networking scheme you have onlybeen allocated 1 network address which is 192.168.0.X. Allow for 50 hosts on theParis Router and 25 on the Warsaw Router.DeviceFa0/0 IP AddressFa0/0 MaskSerial IP AddressSerial MaskParis RouterWarsaw RouterIP AddressMaskGatewayPC0Server0Loopback0Step 1 Configure the routersOn the routers, enter the global configuration mode and configure the hostname asshown in the table. Then configure the console, virtual terminal and enablepasswords. Next configure the interfaces according to the chart. Finally, configure theIP hostnames. Do not configure the routing protocols.Step 2 Configure the hosts with the IP address, subnet mask anddefault gatewaya. Each workstation should be able to ping the attached router. Troubleshoot asnecessary. Remember to assign a specific IP address and default gateway to theworkstation. Check by using the ipconfig command in a DOS window.b. At this point the workstations will not be able to communicate with each other. Thefollowing steps will demonstrate the process required to get communication workingusing EIGRP as the routing protocol.Step 3 View the routers configuration and interface informationParis#show running-configa. Using the show ip interface brief command, check the status of each interface.b. Ping from one of the connected serial interfaces to the other - troubleshoot therouters configuration, until the ping is successful.