Skill Semester 2

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Skill Semester 2

Post  telecom1988 on Tue May 12, 2009 2:07 pm

Skills test of Semester 2 of Cisco Exploration



Student’s name:……………………………..

LoginID………………………………………..





Setup a network system flow the above figure.

Note:

· Group 1 uses Router C1, C2, C3 and R1.

· Group 2 uses Router C4, C5, C6 and R1.



Requirements:

· Entire network use the IP range: 10x.10.32.0/21.

· Use VLSM for entire network except for internet connection.

· All routers can connect via telnet from anywhere in the network.

· After finishing your configuration, you have to copy all of router configurations to TFTP server.

· Using ip host command to mapping IP to router’s name.



Given the network as in the diagram above, you need to create subnets with the given IP address of a major IP network. As for router configuration, you need to make the IP routing among all network segments. After finishing the configuration tasks, students have to ‘capture’ the configuration to text files and give to the examiner.

Note: Regarding the overall cooperation among team members –example: IP subnneting– the examiner watches the performance of the whole team and gives the score.

Section 1: IP Planning (20 points, for all team)
Use VLSM to assign IP address for each network.

Section 2: Basic configuration (20 points, for each student)
Overall requirements: all network segments in the network diagram can connect to each other.

a) Router name: Assign the names as given to each router accordingly.

b) IP address and subnest mask: Set IP address correcly for all related interfaces.

c) Password: Console, AUX, and vty lines are password protected, password= ‘cisco’; set the secret password to ‘class’.

d) Banner and descriptions: Banner contains the name of the student who configures it; descriptions of interface contain the name of the device it connects to. Banner (motd) example: Hello, this is router 1, configured by Alice. Interface description example: Connect to router ‘saigon’.

e) Backup configuration file: back up configuration file of each router using either TFTP or Capture Text.

Section 3: Routing (40 point, for each student)
Student 1:

Use EIGRP 100 for interface serial 1, 2, loopback 0. Use OSPF for interface serial 3.

Redistribute between OSPF and EIGRP (include the default-route which R1 learnt from EIGRP).

Student 2:

Use EIGRP 100 for interfaces serial 1, 2 and loopback 1

Configure the default-route through Lo0, and propagates it into EIGRP 100.

Student 3:

Use EIGRP 100 for interfaces serial 0/0, 0/1 and loopback 0

Configure static route (one command) for all remote routes through Lo0, and propagates into EIGRP 100.

Student 4:

Use OSPF for interfaces serial 0/1, fastEthernet 0/0 and loopback 0

Configure static route (one command) for all remote routes through Lo0, and propagates into OSPF area.

Student 5:

Use OSPF for interfaces serial 0, 1 and loopback 0

Configure static route (one command) for all remote routes through Lo0, and propagates into OSPF area.

Student 6:

Use OSPF for interfaces serial 0, Ethernet 0/0 and loopback 0

Configure static route (one command) for all remote routes through Lo0, and propagates into OSPF area.

Section 4: Question sheet (20 points, for each student)
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