GNS3 Lab & Exercise: CCNA – CCNP ROUTE – EIGRP LabWritten by LBSources from http://www.gns3-labs.com on March 18th, 2010 | 102 Comments
So as expected – we’re going to start seeing some folks rolling out labs that are based on the new CCNP track topologies. This new submission comes from Steve – He turned multiple CCNP ROUTE study exercises into a full EIGRP lab exercise as best as he can while covering almost everything possible in regards to EIGRP configuration. Definitely a FULL EIGRP lab giving some great practice to candidates of CCNA, CCNP and even CCIE
- 2 Core routers
- 2 Wan routers (Wan/core a linked through a switch)
- 3 Branch routers, each having a Frame-Relay PVC to each Wan Router.
All routers are 2691 used with IOS c2691-adventerprisek9-mz.124-5a.bin
EIGRP Topics covered:
- Basic EIGRP config
- Dynamic Neighborship
- Auto-summary issues
- Neighborship settings (hello-timer, hold-timer eigrip RID)
- Static neighborship
- EIGRP authentication
- Passive interface
- Interface bandwidth over frame-relay
- EIGRP bandwidth usage
- Stub routers
Usage of that feature in the lab is not the best solution to solve the
issue i mentioned in the lab
but at least it’s an occasion to configure it, to analyze EIGRP RD/FD
and to see the effect of such settings.
- EIGRP Summarization
- Route filtering (prefix-list / route-map)
You’ll find 2 archives .. one with basic config (hostname, interface
config etc), and the second with the full config of the lab.
Both contain the PNG file. Explanations can be fond in each lab and on
the PNG file too.
Routers Used: 2691
Feature of Topology: Basic EIGRP, Dynamic Neighbors, Auto-summary, Split-horizon, Neighbor settings (hello-timer, hold-timer, EIGRP RID, Static neighbors, EIGRP authentication, Passive interface, Interface bandwidth over frame-relay, EIGRP bandwidth usage, Stub routers, Offset-list, Variance, Default-route/network, Summarization, Route filtering (prefix-list / route-map)