GNS3 Lab & Exercise: OSPF Case Study & Lab Scenario 3Written by LBSources from http://www.gns3-labs.com on August 13th, 2010 | 30 Comments
How are we doing? So! As for me, I’ve beat the deadline for my CCNA expiration as well as the BSCI deadline! Wohoo! Very happy to say the least. Right now I’m working on SWITCH and hope to have this completed by the end of September..
There is a new site online that took the idea of this site (though they say they didn’t know this site existed) and is doing it 100 times better. If I could redo what I started here, I’d definitely do it a little differently today. But hey, at the time I was the only site. Anyway – the new GNS3 lab site dedicated and full of GNS3 labs is called GNS3-Vault and you can check it out at http://www.gns3vault.com .. Go check it out – they are doing a far better job with current labs than I can.
As for me, I’m studying very hard with the SWITCH studies and a new technical/study/personal blog at http://echoreplypackets.net. I’m sure I’ll be even more busy when I hit TSHOOT. I’m not saying I’m taking the site down or stopping labs, but this will end up becoming the site where I upload labs that I’ve used my own as well as labs that you guys contribute more than a lab supplying site.
GNS3 Vault is a great site! Go over and support it! Plenty of good labs.
Now onto the lab!
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Plan, design, and implement the International Travel Agency (ITA) network
shown in the diagram and described below. Verify that all configurations are
operational and functioning according to the guidelines.
The ITA needs its core network set up for OSPF with the following
specifications. Use the addressing scheme shown in the diagram.
- Configure the OSPF backbone area on the Ethernet connection between R1and R5.
- Configure the Frame Relay subnet as a point-to-multipoint network in area 100.
- Configure R2’s loopback interfaces to be in area 200. Summarize this area with the most efficient summary.
- Configure the Ethernet connection between R3 and R4 to be in area 300.
- Add the loopback on R3 to area 300.
- Make area 300 a totally NSSA area.
- Redistribute the loopback networks on R4 that do not belong in any OSPF area.
- Create virtual links as necessary for full connectivity.
- Make sure that all loopback interfaces get advertised with the correct subnet mask.
Routers Used:3640 (Any type should be fine)
Feature of Topology: OSPF, Redistribution, Summarization, NSSA, Point-To-Point, Sub-interfaces, Virtual-links
Enjoy .. LBS
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