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INT507: NETWORK ADMINISTRATION LABORATORY

Lab 6: Setting up LAB for routingDynamic Routing



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AIM:
Setting up LAB for routing(Setting up lab for configuring Dynamic Routing)
Routing Protocols(Setting up lab for RIPV1,RIPV2 and IGRP commands)
Description of Commands for Configuring Routing Techniques
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1. Familiar your-self with the types of Routing protocol
a. Dynamic.
i. Distance Vector
ii. Link State
b. RIP Version1 and Version2
c. Cisco RIP commands
d. IGRP

2. Design a topology for 4 network segments connected in given topology through router. Assume
the given IP address and Configure with RIP v1Routing Protocol. Ping all networks from one
another. There should be seamless connectivity from every node to another.





3. Consider the given topology for 4 network segments connected through router.

a) Find out the IP Address and SNM of each interface.
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b) After assigning IP address, configure the network with RIP v2 Routing Protocol. Ping all
networks from one another. There should be seamless connectivity from every node to
another.

4. Design a topology for 4 network segments connected in given topology through router. Assume
the given IP address and Configure with IGRP Routing Protocol. Ping all networks from one
another. There should be seamless connectivity from every node to another.


5. Create a network having 4 routers, Router A, Router B & Router C and Router D. All router are
connected with serial interfaces and forming a rectangular relationship. Router A has two /19 and
/26 network attached to it. Router B has /28 and /22 & network attached to it. Router C has /17
and /21 and Router D has /24 and /29 network attached to it. Take IP address as 10.2.0.0. and
give IP address to serial interfaces of /30 network. Specify the ranges of IP addresses on each
router for both fast Ethernet and serial interfaces in your notebook. There should be seamless
connectivity from every node to another.
a. Use RIP for Routing purpose.
b. Delete the RIP routing from the network and Enable IGRP for the same network. Write
the commands for deleting RIP routing and enabling IGRP

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Solution 1.

RIP
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a true distance-vector routing protocol.
It sends the complete routing table out to all active interfaces every 30 seconds
RIP only uses hop count to determine the best way to a remote network
It has a maximum allowable hop count of 15
AD is 120
Bellman-ford algorithm
Works well in small networks, but its inefficient on large networks
RIP version 1 uses only classful routing, which means that all devices in the network must use
the same subnet mask
Command :
R1# config t
R1(config)# )#router rip
R1(config)#network Network Address

RIP version 2 does send subnet mask information with the route updates. This is called
classless routing.

Command :
R1# config t
R1(config)# )#router rip
R1(config)#network Network Address
R1(config)#version 2

Cisco RIP commands
Show ip protocols
Show ip route
Show ip route RIP
Show ip RIP database
Debug ip RIP
Debug ip RIP events
Debug ip routing

IGRP

Some of the IGRP key design characteristics emphasize the following:
It is a distance vector routing protocol.
Routing updates are broadcast every 90 seconds.
IGRP Hop count 25, default - 100
Bandwidth, load, delay and reliability are used to create a composite metric.
The main difference between RIP and IGRP configuration is that when you configure
IGRP, you supply the autonomous system number. All routers must use the same
number in order to share routing table information.


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Command :

R1# config t
R1(config)# )#router igrp 10
R1(config)#network Network Address


Solution 2. RIP v1 Routing Protocol


Solution 3: RIP v2 Routing Protocol



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Solution 4: IGRP


Solution 5