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Exploration Routing: OSPF Skills Based Assessment

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to:
Create an addressing scheme to accommodate the hosts on the network
Cable network according to the diagram
Configure OSPF
Configure OSPF priorities
Configure OSPF cost
Verify OSPF operation
Configure a static default route

Scenario
You are a network engineer for an ISP with multiple locations that are connected through a switch. You are
assigned the task of creating an addressing scheme for each client’s LAN. You must set the OSPF priorities
so that the ISP router is the DR and the Remote_1 router is the BDR. You must also make sure that the
Remote_2 router never takes part in the DR/BDR election.

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Routing Protocols and Concepts Exploration Routing: OSPF Skills Based Assessment

Task 1: Create an Addressing Scheme.

Step 1: Create an addressing scheme for each LAN using the 192.168.1.0/24 address space.
Remote_1:
Lo0: 60 Hosts
Lo1: 12 Hosts
Remote_2:
Lo0: 62 Hosts
L01: 28 Hosts

Step 2: Record the appropriate subnet address and mask in Table 1.


Table 1
Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask
Fa0/0
ISP Lo0
Fa0/0
Remote_1 Lo0
Lo1
Fa0/0
Remote_2 Lo0
Lo1

Instructor’s Initial ______

Task 2: Cable and Configure Network.

Step 1 Cable the network according to the Topology Diagram.

Step 2 Place the correct interface address for each router in Table 2.
Table 2
Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask
Fa0/0 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.248
ISP Lo0 188.46.37.254 255.255.255.252
Fa0/0 10.10.10.3 255.255.255.248
Remote_1 Lo0
Lo1
Fa0/0 10.10.10.2 255.255.255.248
Remote_2 Lo0
Lo1

Step 3 Verify the configurations.


Instructor’s Initial ______

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Task 3: Basic OSPF Configuration.

Step 1 Configure OSPF on each router.


Use Process ID 1and advertise all directly connected networks in OSPF Area 0. Do not advertise the
loopback interface on the ISP router.

Step 2 Verify the OSPF configuration.


Confirm that each router has formed an adjacency with one another and has a path to each network in the
topology.

Instructor’s Initial ______

Task 4: Confirm OSPF Priorities.

Step 1: Verify the OSPF priorities.


Confirm that the DR/BDR election took place and that the Remote_2 router is the DR, Remote_1 is the
BDR and the ISP router is the DROTHER.

Step 2: Configure the ISP router with the highest possible OSPF priority.

Step 3: Assure that the Remote_2 router will never take place in the DR/BDR election process.

Step 4: Reboot the switch using the reload command to force the OSPF election process.

Step 5: Verify that the OSPF election has occurred.


Confirm that the ISP router is now the DR, the Remote_1 router is the BDR and the Remote_2 router is now
the DROTHER.

Instructor’s Initial ______

Task 5: Configure OSPF Cost.

Step 1: Set the cost on the Remote_2 WAN link to a value of 1.

Step 2: Set the cost of the ISP WAN link to a value of 100.

Step 3: Verify the cost in the routing table.

Instructor’s Initial ______

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Task 6: Verify OSPF Operation.

Step 1: Verify neighbor adjacencies.

Step 2: Verify that all networks are present in the routing table.

Instructor’s Initial ______

Task 7: Static Default Route

Step 1: Configure a static default route on the ISP router.

Step 2: Propagate the static default route to the other routers in the network.

Step 3: Verify that each router can see the static default route in their routing table.

Instructor’s Initial ______

Task 8: Verify Connectivity

Step 1 Ping the loopback interface on the ISP router from the Remote_1 and Remote_2 routers.

Instructor’s Initial ______

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