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Section 2: IP IGP Protocols (28 Points)

Configure the IP routing as in Figure 1-13 and redistribute protocols to ensure full IP visibility between routers. Advertise all router networks within the appropriate routing protocol.

Section 2.1: RIP (16 Points)

  • On all RIP routers, ensure that version 2 is used under the process.

  • Ensure that VLSM is supported on advertisements between all RIP routers.

  • Add a loopback interface with the address of 60.60.60.1/24 onto R3 and advertise this out to R2 but ensure that it is not seen by the rest of your network; do not perform any configuration on R2 or R1.

  • Configure R3 to unicast its RIP routing updates to R2. Do not use the neighbor command to achieve this but consider using other IP features to aid you.

  • Ensure that VLAN2 is advertised to the RIP domain as a /28 network. Do not use either RIP or EIGRP features to accomplish this. You can, however, configure R6.

Section 2.2: EIGRP (5 Points)

  • R8 is very low on memory and CPU resource; accommodate this information within the configuration on R8.

  • Configure R8 to have an EIGRP hello interval of 25 seconds on its FastEthernet0/0 interface.

Figure 13Figure 1-13 IP IGP Diagram




Section 2.3: Redistribution (7 Points)

  • Redistribute IGP protocols to ensure full IP visibility between all routers.

  • As a safety precaution, ensure that R6 can not learn the EIGRP routes it previously advertised into the RIP domain back from R4.

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