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CCNA – Semester3

CCNA3
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• VLSM
• RIPv2
• EIGRP
• OSPF
• Inter-AS routing
• VLAN
• VTP
• Inter-VLAN routing
VLSM

• Supply IP address as required by each subnet


or network, keep in mind of future scalation.
• If it is possible, IP addressing scheme should
favor address summarization

RIP

• What are the differences between RIPv1 and


RIPv2?
OSPF

• OSPF terminologies
• OSPF process
• OSPF tables
• OSPF configuration (network, authentication,
default route)
• OSPF verification (show, debug)
• OSPF troubleshooting

EIGRP

• EIGRP tables
• Building and maintaining EIGRP routing table
• EIGRP packet types
• EIGRP configuration (network, summarization)
• Verifying EIGRP (show, debug)
• Troubleshooting EIGRP
Inter-AS routing

• Automatic redistribution
• Redistribution with subnets
• Redistribution with default metric

VLAN

• Switch default settings


• VLAN definition and assignment
• Restore switch default configuration
• Trunking switches
• Switch IP assignment
• Troubleshooting
VTP
• Reset all switches to factory default
• On VTP server:
– Set VTP domain name and password(if required)
– Create VLANs
– Create trunk port connecting to client
• On VTP client:
– Set to VTP client mode
– Set VTP domain name (not necessary)
– Create trunk port connecting to server
• Verify VTP operation
• Assign VLAN to port on both VTP server and client
• Other switch configurations

Inter-VLAN routing

interface f0/0
no shut
interface f0/0.1
encapsulation dot1q 1 native
ip address ……… ……….
interface f0/0.2
encapsulation dot1q 2
ip address……… ……….
………………..
Teamwork

• Elect a team leader, someone knowledgeable,


organized and knows others’ abilities
• It is best that members can do everything but it is
better to assign the job the the right member.
• Organizing is important, the leader must keep
others focus, on time and in order
• Plan first then execute

Teamwork

• Problem of starting maybe time-consuming but can be


avoided if organized well.
• 1st member draw topology and parameters on the board
• 2nd member checks the physical wiring and provide
information for 1st member
• 3rd member runs the console or ethernet cable (including
checking connection, erase old config)
• 4th and 5th members deal with IP, IPX scheme and
assignment as well as other relating issues
Work Flow

Analyzing

Planning

Implemeting

Verifying

Consolidation Lab Topology


Consolidation Lab Topology(6)

• Each Ethernet network requires 30 IPs


• Configure names, passwords, descriptions and banners for routers
• SW1 is Server, SW2 is Client, VTP domain Open, password Lab with 3 Vlan
named: Sale, Marketing, Accouting. Create 3 Vlan named: Remote, Small on
SW3. Set IPs for SWes.
• Inter-VLAN routing for all 4 VLANs on E1 and 3 on Gate.
• Redistribute routes between the 2 area with default metric
• Only nodes in VLAN Remote are allowed to telnet to O1 and O2
• Do not allow any SW3’s VLAN to access E2 by web
• Do not allow ftp and tftp traffic between 2 areas.

Consolidation Lab Topology(5)

• Each Ethernet network requires 30 IPs


• Configure names, passwords, descriptions and banners for routers
• SW1 is Server, SW2 is Client, VTP domain Open, password Lab with 3 Vlan
named: Sale, Marketing, Accouting. Create 3 Vlan named: Remote, Small on
SW3. Set IPs for SWes.
• Inter-VLAN routing for all 4 VLANs on E1 and 3 on Gate.
• Redistribute routes between the 2 area with default metric
• Only nodes in VLAN Remote are allowed to telnet to OSPF
• Do not allow any SW3’s VLAN to access E2 by web
• Do not allow ftp and tftp traffic between 2 areas.