EIGRP Packet Tracer Lab Part 3

 

 

EIGRP Practice Network Graded Packet Tracer Lab

Instructions

In order to finish the EIGRP Packet Tracer lab with a 100% completion rate, follow the directions below. The directions are divided up by network device. You can download the Packet Tracer Lab at the bottom of this page:

PC0 – PC3:

1. all pc hosts need to have the tenth (.10) ip address in their networks,
2. all pc hosts need to have the correct subnet mask and gateway

R0

1. hostname set to: R0
2. enable secret password set to: class
3. banner motd set to: No unauthorized access!
4. line console 0 configured with password set to: cisco
5. line vty 0-4 configured with password set to: cisco
6. interfaces fa0/0, fa0/1, eth0/1/0 and s0/0/0 should all have the first usable host address in the network
7. s0/0/0 should have bandwidth set to 384 kbps,
8. should run EIGRP with process ID# 100,
9. should add all EIGRP networks with wildcard masks,
10. should use a manual EIGRP summary address on S0/0/0, for its 192.168.x.x networks,
11. should use EIGRP passive interfaces where appropriate,
12. should use EIGRP no auto-summary to avoid the presence of “null 0” routes in the routing table

R1

1. hostname set to: R1
2. enable secret password set to: class
3. banner motd set to: Get Out!
4. line console 0 configured with password set to: cisco
5. line vty 0-4 configured with password set to: cisco
6. interface s0/0/0 should have the second usable host address in the network, and as the DCE, the clock rate should be set to 64000
7. interfaces s0/0/1 and fa0/0 should both have the first usable host address in the network
8. s0/0/0 should have bandwidth set to 384 kbps,
9. should run EIGRP with process ID# 100,
10. should add all EIGRP networks with wildcard masks,
11. should not advertise the 209.12.12.32/30 network with EIGRP,
12. should have a default route to the ISP router,
13. should use EIGRP to distribute the default route to R0,
14. should use EIGRP passive interfaces where appropriate,
15. should use EIGRP no auto-summary to avoid the presence of “null 0” routes in the routing table

ISP

1. hostname set to: ISP
2. interface s0/0/1 should have the second usable host address in the network, and as the DCE, the clock rate should be set to 64000
3. does not participate in EIGRP
4. uses static routes:
a summary route to reach the 192.168.x.x networks,
a static route to the 172.16.5.0/30 network

Router CLI Commands:

router>enable
router#
router#configure terminal
router(config)#

router(config)#hostname <router name>
router(config)#enable secret <secret-password>
router(config)#banner motd <$banner message$>

router(config)#line console 0
router(config-line)#password <password>
router(config-line)#login
router(config-line)#exit
router(config)#line vty 0 4
router(config-line)#password <password>
router(config-line)#login
router(config-line)#exit

router(config)#interface <interface type> <interface number>
router(config-if)#ip address <ip address> <subnet mask>
router(config-if)#no shutdown
//some of the interfaces will also need:
router(config-if)#clock rate <rate>
router(config-if)#bandwidth <speed>
router(config-if)#ip summary-address eigrp <process ID#> <ip address> <subnet mask>

router(config)#router eigrp <process ID#>
router(config-router)#network <network address> <wildcard mask>
router(config-router)#network <network address> <wildcard mask>
router(config-router)#network <network address> <wildcard mask>
router(config-router)#no auto-summary
router(config-router)#passive-interface <interface>
router(config-router)#redistribute static

Packet Tracer 5.3.3 Graded Exercise

EIGRP practice network.zip

Author: Dan

Dan teaches computer networking and security classes at Central Oregon Community College.

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