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360RSW05-WKB-CA01

Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Exercise


Workbook Introduction
The Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Version 5 Exercise Workbook contains 20 challenging scenarios at the
CCIE level that can be used for rigorous self-paced practice. The Exercise Workbook scenarios
include both a troubleshooting section and a configuration section.
Each lab provides an extensive answer key, Mentor Guide support, and verification tables and is
designed to maximize learning by providing practical experience. Also, self-paced learning resources
such as the Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Reference Library and Cisco 360 CCIE R&S lessons supplement the
Exercise Workbook scenarios.
Cisco 360 CCIE R&S
Exercise Workbook Lab 1
Configuration Section

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Table of Contents
Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Exercise Workbook Lab 1 Configuration Section .................................2
Activity Objectives ................................................................................................................................... 4
General Lab Instructions ......................................................................................................................... 4
Difficulty Levels........................................................................................................................................ 5
Exercise Workbook Lab 1 Configuration Section .....................................................................6
Grading and Duration .............................................................................................................................. 6
Difficulty Level ......................................................................................................................................... 6
Restrictions and Goals ............................................................................................................................ 6
1. Switch Configuration Section (Total: 8 points) ...................................................................................10
1.1. Configure VLANs (Basic: 3 points) .............................................................................................................10
1.2. Control Switch-to-Switch Links (Basic: 3 points).........................................................................................11
1.3. Control Access to the Switch Port and Tune the VLAN (Intermediate: 2 points) ........................................11
2. DMVPN Communications Section (Total: 4 points) ...........................................................................11
2.1. Configure mGRE Tunnel Interfaces (Basic: 2 points) .................................................................................11
2.2. Configure DMVPN and Verify Layer 3 Connectivity in DMVPN (Basic: 2 points) .......................................12
3. IPv4 OSPF Section (Total: 8 points) ..................................................................................................12
3.1. Create OSPF Areas (Basic: 2 points) .........................................................................................................12
3.2. Control OSPF Packets (Basic: 2 points) .....................................................................................................12
3.3. Configure OSPF Authentication (Intermediate: 2 points) ............................................................................12
3.4. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points) ................................................................................................12
4. IPv4 EIGRP Section (Total: 14 points) ..............................................................................................12
4.1. Configure AS 100 (Basic: 2 points) .............................................................................................................12
4.2. Advertise Routes (Basic: 2 points) ..............................................................................................................13
4.3. Summarize Routes (Intermediate: 2 points) ...............................................................................................13
4.4. Tune EIGRP Advertisement (Basic: 2 points) .............................................................................................13
4.5. Allow Connectivity to the Loopback Interface on R2 (Intermediate: 2 points).............................................13
4.6. Configure Connectivity for R8 and Verify EIGRP Domain Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points)................13
4.7. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points) ................................................................................................13
5. IPv4 RIP Section (Total: 4 points)......................................................................................................13
5.1. Enable RIP (Basic: 2 points) .......................................................................................................................13
5.2. Control Updates (Intermediate: 2 points) ....................................................................................................14
6. Redistribution Section (Total: 4 points) ..............................................................................................14
6.1. Obtain Universal Connectivity (Basic: 2 points) ..........................................................................................14
6.2. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points) ................................................................................................14
7. BGP Section (Total: 7 points) ............................................................................................................14
7.1. Configure Processes and Peers (Basic: 2 points) ......................................................................................14
7.2. Advertise BGP Prefixes (Advanced: 2 points) ............................................................................................14
7.3. Configure the Preferred Path (Intermediate: 3 points) ................................................................................14
8. Traffic Optimization Section (Total: 2 points) .....................................................................................15
8.1. Optimize Traffic for the Telnet Server (Advanced: 2 points) .......................................................................15
9. IPv6 Routing Section (Total: 8 points) ...............................................................................................15
9.1. Configure IPv6 Addresses (Basic: 2 points) ...............................................................................................15
9.2. Configure IPv6 BGP Peers (Basic: 2 points) ..............................................................................................15
9.3. Advertise Subnets into IPv6 BGP (Intermediate: 2 points) .........................................................................15
9.4. Set the Preferred IPv6 BGP Path (Intermediate: 2 points) .........................................................................16
10. QoS Section (Total: 2 points)...........................................................................................................16
10.1. Configure Resource Reservation Protocol (Advanced: 2 points)..............................................................16
11. System Administration Section (Total: 6 points) ..............................................................................16
11.1. Configure Gateway Redundancy (Intermediate: 2 points) ........................................................................16
11.2. Tune Gateway Redundancy (Intermediate: 2 points) ...............................................................................16
11.3. Log Configuration Changes (Advanced: 2 points) ....................................................................................16
12. Multicast Section (Total: 9 points)....................................................................................................17
12.1. Configure Protocol Independent Multicast (Basic: 2 points) .....................................................................17
12.2. Tune PIM Timers (Intermediate: 2 points) ................................................................................................17
12.3. Tune the IGMP DR (Advanced: 2 points) .................................................................................................17
12.4. Verify Multicast Connectivity (Basic: 3 points) ..........................................................................................17

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Activity Objectives
When performing any Practice Lab, it is recommended that you formulate a test-taking strategy that
includes the following activities. Some of these activities should be conducted in the actual lab:
Download the latest copy of a Practice Lab, and then print it and read it carefully from
beginning to end.
Create a strategy for how to perform a Practice Lab.
Draw diagrams if necessary.
Create a checklist of general best practices to follow during the Practice Lab.
Develop skill in finding issues in the lab so that you are able to uncover the hidden and
complex internetworking issues.
Carefully track your time so that you can develop good time-management techniques.
Estimate the points that you have gained or lost to see where you are in your overall goal.

General Lab Instructions


Read the following instructions carefully. It is important to remember that if you misinterpret any
directions, you could lose points. After you have read the General Lab Instructions section, read
through the entire lab carefully and look for connections between the tasks. Pay close attention to the
Restrictions and Goals section because the information may reduce the configuration options that
are available to you.
Your pod should be cabled according to the example in the Ethernet Switched Cabling
Topology diagram and the IPv4 and IPv6 diagrams.
Each router should have an initial IP configuration loaded.
You should be able to access all devices on your learner virtual pod via Telnet.
To begin, check the following base configuration for each router and switch:
Configure a hostname on each device.
If a DNS server is being used in your pod, disable the DNS lookups.
Familiarize yourself with any Cisco IOS Software shortcuts.
Remember that some Cisco IOS command parameters and regular expressions are
case-sensitive.
Verify the following information on each router and switch:
Determine the Cisco IOS Software versions that are being used for the routers and the
virtual switches.
Verify that all the software on the routers and switches sees all physical interfaces.
Review all the tasks in the scenario.

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Difficulty Levels
Tasks are categorized as follows:
Basic: These fundamental tasks are generally those tasks that are needed to provide the basic
functions of the protocol or feature. You must complete these tasks to provide reachability and
to move forward in the lab.
Intermediate: These tasks include protocol features like routing optimization, route filtering,
optimal path selection, load sharing, and summarization. Failure to complete these tasks will
usually not affect later lab sections.
Advanced: This category includes new Cisco IOS Software features and IP services, complex
optimizations, and fine-tuning.

Scenarios are categorized as follows based on task classifications:


Basic

Basic to Intermediate
Intermediate
Intermediate to Advanced
Advanced

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Exercise Workbook Lab 1
Configuration Section
Grading and Duration
Configuration lab duration: 6 hours
Configuration lab maximum score: 76 points

Note You can assess your progress on the self-paced labs in this workbook by adding up the points that
are assigned to sections and tasks. Consider taking the full Assessment Labs to assess your
readiness level.

Difficulty Level
Difficulty: Intermediate

Restrictions and Goals


Note Read this section carefully.

To receive credit for a subsection, you must fully complete the subsection per the
requirements. You will not receive partial credit for partially completed subsections.
IPv4 subnets that are displayed in the scenario diagram belong to network 172.10.0.0/16.
Points will be deducted from multiple sections for failing to assign correct IPv4 addresses.
Do not use any unicast static routes.
Advertise loopback interfaces with their original masks.
Network 0.0.0.0/0 should not appear in any routing table (show ip route), except on R9.
Do not introduce any new IP addresses.
All IP addresses that are involved in this scenario must be reachable, unless explicitly
specified otherwise.
Unless explicitly specified otherwise, addresses and networks that are advertised in the
BGP section need to be reachable by all BGP routers, but do not have to be reachable by
routers that use only IGP.
Use conventional routing algorithms only, unless specified otherwise.
Do not create new interfaces to fulfill IGP requirements, and do not summarize unless you
are explicitly asked to do so.
Do not modify the hostname, console, or vty configuration unless you are specifically asked
to do so.
Do not modify the initial interface or IP address numbering.

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IPv4 IGP Diagram

Lo102: 102.1/24 Lo88:25.89/30 Lo101: 101.1/24


Lo92:25.93/30 Lo1: 1.1.1.1/24
Lo100: 100.1/24 Lo96:25.97/30
EIGRP AS 100 E0/1: 10.10.1.1/24
E0/0: 23.2/24 R2 E0/1: 10.10.1.2/24 R1
Tu124: 124.129/25
Tu124: 124.130/25
E0/0: 23.10/24

ISP Network
23.254/24

DMVPN
Backbone
R7
7.10.124.129/25
SW3 Tu124: 124.131/25 Lo120: 120.1/24
VLAN 10 PC E0/1: 10.10.1.4/24 BB
10.1.1.1/24
E0/0: 32.10/24

Lo4: 4.4.4.4/24
R9
R4 Lo104: 104.1/24 E0/0: 65.10/24 OSPF
S1/0: 43.4/24
R8 Area 7
RIPv2 VLAN 999

Lo106: 106.1/24
OSPF Area 600
S1/0: 43.3/24 Lo105: 105.1/24 E0/1: 10.1.1.6/24

E0/0: 23.3/24 E0/1: 35.3/24 VLAN 30 E0/0: 35.5/24 E0/0: 65.5/24 VLAN 20 E0/0: 65.6/24
32.3/24
R3 R5 R6
Lo103: 103.1/24 OSPF Area 0 OSPF Area 10

Layer2 Devices

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4


Ethernet Switched Cabling Topology

E0/0 E0/1
R6

E0/0 E0/1
R5
E0/0 E0/1
R4

E0/0 E0/1
R3
E0/0 E0/1
R2
E0/0 E0/1
R1
E1/1 E1/0 E0/3 E0/2 E0/1 E0/0 E0/0 E0/1 E0/2 E0/3 E1/0 E1/1

E2/2 E2/2
172.16.30.0/24 E2/3 E2/3 172.16.30.0/24
R7 SW1 SW2 BB
E2/0 E2/0
E0/0 E1/2 E1/3 E2/1 E2/1 E1/2 E1/3 E0/0

R8 R9
E0/0 E1/2 E1/3 E2/0 E2/0 E1/2 E1/3
E2/1 E2/1 E0/0

E0/1 172.16.30.0/24 E2/2 E2/2 172.16.30.0/24 E0/1


E0/0 SW3 E2/3 E2/3 SW4 E0/0

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IPv6 Topology Diagram

Lo1 FEC0:10:10::1/64
FEC0:10:11::1/64
FEC0:10:12::1/64
E0/0 - FEC0:23::2/64 R2 E0/1 - FEC0:124::130/64 R1 FEC0:10:13::1/64
E0/1 - FEC0:124::129/64
FEC0:10:14::1/64
FEC0:10:15::1/64
FEC0:10:16::1/64
VLAN 100 FEC0:10:17::1/64

E0/1 - FEC0:124::131/64
VLAN 10

R4
S1/0 - FEC0:43::4/64
Link Local: FE80::4

S1/0 - FEC0:43::3/64
Link Local: FE80::3
E0/0 - FEC0:23::3/64
R3

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1. Switch Configuration Section (Total: 8 points)

Note Port 0/0 on SW4 is connected to the backbone. Healthy trunk status should be displayed as
shown here:

Mode Encapsulation Status


on 802.1q trunking

1.1. Configure VLANs (Basic: 3 points)


Create the VLANs that are listed in the following table:

VLANs

VLAN VLAN Name Switch

VLAN 10 VLAN-10 SW1


VLAN 20 VLAN-20
VLAN 30 VLAN-30
VLAN 30 VLAN-30 SW2
VLAN 100 DMVPN
VLAN 999 BB
VLAN 10 VLAN-10 SW3
VLAN 20 VLAN-20
VLAN 20 VLAN-20 SW4
VLAN 999 BB

Configure only the necessary VLANS on each switch without using any dynamic VLAN
advertisement protocol.
Configure the following switch-to-router connections:

Switch-to-Router Connections

Switch Router VLAN Mode

SW2 R1 100 Access


SW2 R2 100 Access
SW2 R4 100 Access
SW2 R3 30 Access
SW2 R6 999 Access
SW1 R2 10 Access
SW1 R3 10 Access
SW1 R6 20 Access
SW1 R5 20 Trunk
30
SW3 R7 10 Access
SW3 R8 10 Access
SW4 R9 20 Access
Switch Router VLAN Mode

SW4 BB 999 Trunk

Use the 802.1Q protocol for trunking.


See the IPv4 IGP diagram and the Ethernet Switched Cabling Topology diagram.
Create the necessary switch virtual interfaces (SVI) on SW3 and assign the IP address that is
specified in the diagram.
Configure the necessary logical Ethernet interfaces.

1.2. Control Switch-to-Switch Links (Basic: 3 points)


Configure the interfaces on active switch-to-switch links according to the table, and verify that the
ports indicating they have been administratively shutdown remain in the shutdown state:

Switch-to-Switch Connections

Switch/Port Switch/Port Mode

1/2 1/2 trunk dot1q


SW3
1/3 1/3 trunk dot1q
2/0 2/0 administratively shutdown
SW1 SW4
2/1 2/1 administratively shutdown
2/2 2/2 trunk dot1q
SW2
2/3 2/3 administratively shutdown
1/2 1/2 trunk dot1q
SW4
1/3 1/3 administratively shutdown
SW2
2/0 2/0 administratively shutdown
SW3
2/1 2/1 administratively shutdown
2/2 2/2 trunk dot1q
SW3 SW4
2/3 2/3 administratively shutdown

Allow only the necessary VLANs on trunk links.


Traffic for VLAN 20 should not be allowed on port 2/2 for both SW1 and SW2.
Connectivity within the Ethernet subnets should be established.
1.3. Control Access to the Switch Port and Tune the VLAN (Intermediate: 2 points)
An imaginary PC with the network interface card (NIC) MAC address 00-07-85-92-D0-E7 is
connected to port 0/3 of SW3 on the default VLAN.
Make sure that only that PC is allowed to access port 0/3.

If a host that is residing in VLAN 20 remains silent, SW4 should erase its MAC address from its
MAC address table twice as fast as the default.

2. DMVPN Communications Section (Total: 4 points)


2.1. Configure mGRE Tunnel Interfaces (Basic: 2 points)
Configure the mGRE Tunnel124 interfaces on R1, R2, and R4.
Use the Ethernet0/1 interfaces on the subnet 10.10.1.0/24 for the Tunnel124 source.

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Supply IPv4 addresses for all required tunnel interfaces according to the IPv4 IGP diagram.

2.2. Configure DMVPN and Verify Layer 3 Connectivity in DMVPN (Basic: 2 points)
Configure R1 as an NHS for the NHRP spokes R2 and R4.
Supply the NHRP NHS mapping on R2 and R4. Do not configure any NHRP mapping on R1, and
do not provide any mapping for the multicast and broadcast traffic.
Make sure that R1, R2, and R4 can ping all attached, same-subnet Tunnel124 IPv4 interfaces.

3. IPv4 OSPF Section (Total: 8 points)

Note All OSPF routers must be configured with only one OSPF PID. Points will be deducted from
multiple sections for failing to assign one and only one OSPF PID on each specified router.
Use your IGP diagram to help guide your configuration.

3.1. Create OSPF Areas (Basic: 2 points)


Configure OSPF area 0 on VLAN 30 between R3 and R5 and on Loopback 105.
Configure OSPF area 10 on VLAN 20 between R5 and R6.
Configure OSPF area 7 on VLAN 999 between R6 and BB.
Create Loopback 106 on R6 and place it in area 600.

3.2. Control OSPF Packets (Basic: 2 points)


Do not elect a designated router (DR) or a backup designated router (BDR) on VLAN 20.
Make sure that OSPF packets are exchanged on VLAN 20 without the use of a multicast address
for security reasons.

3.3. Configure OSPF Authentication (Intermediate: 2 points)


Use cleartext authentication on area 0. The password is test.
Use Message Digest 5 (MD5) authentication on area 10. The password is rstest.

3.4. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points)


Verify that all OSPF prefixes that are specified in this section can be reached from all devices in
the OSPF domain.

4. IPv4 EIGRP Section (Total: 14 points)


4.1. Configure AS 100 (Basic: 2 points)
Configure EIGRP AS 100 between R1 and R2 and between R1 and R4.
Configure EIGRP AS 100 between R3 and R4.
Configure EIGRP AS 100 on the VLAN 10 subnet 172.10.23.0/24 between R2, R3, and R7.
Do not allow multicast EIGRP traffic on the DMVPN and the Serial HDLC subnets.
R3 and R8 must not form the EIGRP neighbor relationship.

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The DMVPN should be used as a backup communication path for the traffic forwarding if the link
between R2 and R3 fails.

4.2. Advertise Routes (Basic: 2 points)


Advertise all prefixes that belong to network 172.10.0.0/16 on R1, R2, R3, and R4 as EIGRP
internal routes.
Advertise the following loopback on R4 as an internal EIGRP prefix:
IP address 4.4.4.4 255.255.255.0
Advertise the following loopback on R1 as an internal EIGRP prefix:
IP address 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.0

4.3. Summarize Routes (Intermediate: 2 points)


Summarize the following networks with the most optimal mask:
IP address 172.10.25.89 255.255.255.252
IP address 172.10.25.93 255.255.255.252
IP address 172.10.25.97 255.255.255.252

4.4. Tune EIGRP Advertisement (Basic: 2 points)


EIGRP AS 100 on R2 must be configured with the network 172.10.0.0 statement.
Make sure that R2 does not advertise the subnet 172.10.100.0/24.

4.5. Allow Connectivity to the Loopback Interface on R2 (Intermediate: 2 points)


Ping loopback 172.10.100.1 from the rest of the network by using the address 172.10.23.100.

4.6. Configure Connectivity for R8 and Verify EIGRP Domain Connectivity


(Intermediate: 2 points)
The subnet 172.10.32.0/24 is configured on VLAN 10 between R3 and R8.
R8 should not run the ip routing process.
R8 should be reachable from the rest of the network.

4.7. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points)


Verify that all EIGRP prefixes that are specified in this section can be reached from all devices in
the EIGRP domain.

5. IPv4 RIP Section (Total: 4 points)


5.1. Enable RIP (Basic: 2 points)
Configure RIPv2 between only R5 and R9.

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5.2. Control Updates (Intermediate: 2 points)
Set the gateway of last resort on R9 only if the backbone prefix 7.10.124.128/25 is in the R5
routing table.

6. Redistribution Section (Total: 4 points)


6.1. Obtain Universal Connectivity (Basic: 2 points)
Perform a mutual redistribution of dynamic IGPs between OSPF and EIGRP AS 100 on R3.
Redistribute RIP into OSPF on R5. You can use route summarization for this task if necessary. Do
not redistribute OSPF into RIP.
Perform a redistribute connected command where required and not restricted by the scenario.

6.2. Verify Connectivity (Intermediate: 2 points)


Verify that all IPv4 IGP prefixes that are specified on the IPv4 IGP diagram can be reached
from all devices. See the Restrictions and Goals section.

7. BGP Section (Total: 7 points)


7.1. Configure Processes and Peers (Basic: 2 points)
Do not use the synchronization method in this section.
Configure the BGP autonomous systems (AS) according to the following table:

BGP AS Assignment

Device AS BGP Router ID

R1 1 1.1.1.1
R2 23 2.2.2.2
R3 23 3.3.3.3
R4 4 4.4.4.4

Configure peering between the following:


R4 and R2 (do not use loopback interfaces)
R4 and R3 (do not use loopback interfaces)
R4 and R1 (use loopbacks 1.1.1.1 and 4.4.4.4).

7.2. Advertise BGP Prefixes (Advanced: 2 points)


Advertise the network 4.4.4.0/24 in AS 4.
Advertise the network 172.10.23.0/24 in AS 23.
Advertise the network 1.1.1.0/24 in AS 1.

7.3. Configure the Preferred Path (Intermediate: 3 points)


Outbound traffic from a PC that is connected to the 172.10.23.0/24 subnet and destined to the
4.4.4.0/24 network should flow through R2.

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Incoming traffic from the 4.4.4.0/24 network to a PC that is connected to the 172.10.23.0/24
subnet should flow through R2.
If the DMVPN interface on R2 becomes inactive, the aforementioned traffic should pass through
R3.
Return the traffic pattern through R2 when the DMVPN interface on R2 is active again.
Make sure that BGP on R4 uses the minimal number of decision steps to prefer the 172.10.23.0/24
subnet via R2.

8. Traffic Optimization Section (Total: 2 points)


8.1. Optimize Traffic for the Telnet Server (Advanced: 2 points)
Every minute, from now on, R1 should measure and record the time it takes to connect to the
Telnet server on R5 with the IP address 172.10.105.1.

9. IPv6 Routing Section (Total: 8 points)


9.1. Configure IPv6 Addresses (Basic: 2 points)
Configure IPv6 addresses according to the following table:

IPv6 Address Assignment

Router IPv4 Interface Link-Local Addresses Site-Local Addresses

R1 E0/1 FEC0:124::129/64
R2 E0/1 FEC0:124::130/64
R4 E0/1 FEC0:124::131/64
R3 S1/0 FE80::3 FEC0:43::3/64
R4 S1/0 FE80::4 FEC0:43::4/64
R3 E0/0 FEC0:23::3/64
R2 E0/0 FEC0:23::2/64

Verify connectivity between IPv6 addresses on the serial links and on the Ethernet links.

9.2. Configure IPv6 BGP Peers (Basic: 2 points)


Configure the following IPv6 BGP peers using directly connected, site-local addresses:
Peer R1 and R4 across the VLAN 100 link between them.
Peer R2 and R3 across VLAN 10.
Peer R2 and R4 across the VLAN 100 link between them.
Peer R3 and R4 across the VLAN 100 link between them.
9.3. Advertise Subnets into IPv6 BGP (Intermediate: 2 points)
Advertise all connected IPv6 addresses into BGP by using network statements.
All IPv6 addresses should be reachable within the IPv6 BGP domain.

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Add the following prefixes to Loopback 1 on R1. Advertise them into BGP with a single
statement. AS 23 should see only an aggregate for the highest four of these addresses. R1 should
not see this aggregate.
FEC0:10:10::1/64
FEC0:10:11::1/64
FEC0:10:12::1/64
FEC0:10:13::1/64
FEC0:10:14::1/64
FEC0:10:15::1/64
FEC0:10:16::1/64
FEC0:10:17::1/64
9.4. Set the Preferred IPv6 BGP Path (Intermediate: 2 points)
Traffic that is leaving AS 23 for the prefixes FEC0:10:10::/64 and FEC0:10:11::/64 should have a
next hop of FEC0:124::129.
Traffic that is leaving AS 23 for the prefixes FEC0:10:12::/64 and FEC0:10:13::/64 should have a
next hop of FEC0:43::4.

10. QoS Section (Total: 2 points)


10.1. Configure Resource Reservation Protocol (Advanced: 2 points)
Allocate a reservable bandwidth of 60 kb/s on the interfaces that are involved in this section.
Send a Path message from R4 to R5 requesting bandwidth reservation for Telnet that is sourced
from 172.10.43.4 port 5000 on R4 and destined to 172.10.35.5 port 23 on R5.
Make sure that you have a single reservation for a guaranteed bit rate of 5 kb/s that allows bursts
up to 2 KB.
Verify the reservation setup with the command show ip rsvp reservation.

11. System Administration Section (Total: 6 points)


11.1. Configure Gateway Redundancy (Intermediate: 2 points)
Assign the IP address of 172.10.23.1 to the virtual gateway.
Make sure that the MAC address that is associated with the virtual gateway is set to
0000.0c07.ac14.
Select the preferred gateway that is most suitable for other tasks of this lab by using the priority
150 command.

11.2. Tune Gateway Redundancy (Intermediate: 2 points)


Make sure that hello packets are exchanged three times faster than they are exchanged by default.
Authenticate the Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) on the 172.10.23.0/24 subnet. (The
password is test.)

11.3. Log Configuration Changes (Advanced: 2 points)


On R6, make sure that all configuration changes are logged.
Double the size of the configuration log.

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All changes should also be sent to a server located at 172.10.65.65.

12. Multicast Section (Total: 9 points)


12.1. Configure Protocol Independent Multicast (Basic: 2 points)
Configure sparse-dense mode multicast routing between R4, R3, and R5.

12.2. Tune PIM Timers (Intermediate: 2 points)


Configure R3 to query for multicast membership every 30 seconds on VLAN 30.
Hosts should reply within 15 seconds.

12.3. Tune the IGMP DR (Advanced: 2 points)


If R3 stops sending Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) queries on VLAN 30, R5
should take over R3 twice as fast as the default value.

12.4. Verify Multicast Connectivity (Basic: 3 points)


Join sparse-dense group 229.50.50.50 on Loopback 105 or R5.
Make sure that you can ping 229.50.50.50 from R1.

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