Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 2: Routing Protocols & Concepts v4
Dayne T. Barr Cisco – Semester 2
it is determined that new documentation must be developed for the project. It shows the planned routers. After taking home the documentation to study over the weekend. This case study requires the student to accomplish the following tasks: o Set up the physical layout of the network using the diagram and accompanying narrative o Correctly configure the routers with a basic router configuration o Correctly implement CIDR & VLSM strategies o Correctly configure summarized and default routes o Correctly configure EIGRP routing protocol o Troubleshoot and test all connectivity o Provide detailed documentation in a prescribed form.Overview and Objectives
This case study allows students to complete a network design. must approve the documentation at each phase of the process. The server at the Center site is a file server accessed only by workstations on this internetwork. and connect the proper cabling to the appropriate devices. After discussion. Each scenario guides the student through the proper steps to ensure that the project is completed properly. the instructor. hubs/switches. So during the weekend the technician reconstructs the diagram above from an existing diagram that was found.0 /12____
. as listed in the deliverables section. Many technicians have done an excellent job with the small portion for which they are responsible. implementation. The few documents that existed were poorly written. It is crucial to read and understand the scenarios to make sure that all requirements are fulfilled.
Scenario and Phase 1: Project Description
A company has several people responsible for maintaining various sections of the internetwork infrastructure. circuits. Students will use the skills that have already been developed to use. Network address ___10. Use the following information to implement the network. One of the other network associates who was responsible for a larger portion of the infrastructure suddenly left the company. the technician presents the new diagram to the Network Infrastructure Team Leader that assigned the project. and the servers/workstations at each site. it is apparent to the technician why the network associate left suddenly. This left redesign and implementation on this portion of the internetwork unfinished.0. A technician is given the task to complete the design and implementation of the unfinished network.96. make. After returning to work Monday morning. The workstation at the Center site is used to manage all routers on the internetwork. The Team Leader. and troubleshooting project using the skills gained in CCNA 2. It represents the new internetwork design.
Do NOT advertise the networks connected to the loopback interfaces in your routing updates b. Center location a.Phase 2: IP Addressing
Now that the basic plan is in place. You will have NO static routes on this router (including default routes) 3. Use the network address assigned along with the subnetting requirements. It connects to the Boaz router through an Ethernet port d. then remove RIP and configure EIGRP 2. You will need to configure EIGRP as your routing protocol i. The router’s interface on this LAN will use the highest usable IP address in the subnet. Boaz location a. 4. General a. b. You will have NO other static routes on this router (including default routes) Obtain approval of this phase of development from the instructor before proceeding to Phase 3. Use a single summary static route for the loopback networks on the Boaz router. Use VLSM and Classless routing b. 1. Use a single summary static route for the loopback networks on the Boaz router. the team leader assigns the technician to develop a prototype for the new internetwork. It connects to the Center router through a serial port c. This router’s loopback 0 interface represents your connection to the Internet (default route) i. c. Use the diagram on the following page as a guide. There are some special requirements. to subnet the network using VLSM. You may configure RIPv2 temporarily for testing.
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. Eva location a. assign IP addresses to the appropriate interfaces on all routers and computers in the internetwork. Propagate your default route through your routing updates b. From the IP addressing scheme.
Propagate default route --------------------Message of the Day Serial 0/0 Description Serial 0/1 Description Fa 0/0 Description Fa 0/1 Description “STAY OUT” --------------------WAN to Center LAN to Eva ---------------------
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.0.6.96.1 255.96.1 Redistribute Static “STAY OUT” WAN to Center DTB-EVA cisco cisco cisco 10.10 Eva: 10.255.96.3.0 – 0.96.0 – 0.255.0.6.8 – 0.255.96.0.96.9 255.3 10.6.96.3 10.0.3.1 Eva: 10.0 --------------------No shutdown EIGRP 7 10.0.2 255.252 Clock rate 56000 10.96.255.255 Boaz: 10.255.96.6.3 10.6.3
Host Table (Contains all routers and server)
Server: 10.255.3.6.255.255.0.4 – 0.255.0.96.252 --------------------No shutdown EIGRP 7 DTB-BOAZ cisco cisco cisco ----------------------------------------10.6.255.0 – 0.255.96.4 – 0.252 --------------------No shutdown EIGRP 7 10.6.0.96.0.6.3 10.96.6.1 --------------------“STAY OUT” --------------------WAN to Eva Operation Farm --------------------LAN to Boaz --------------------10.96.6 255.96.96.96.1 – 0.0.252 Clock rate 56000 10.0.Phase 3: Basic Router and Workstation Configuration
Boaz Hostname Console Password Secret Password VTY Password Serial 0/0 IP Address Serial 0/0 Clockrate Serial 0/1 IP Address Serial 0/1 Clockrate Fa 0/0 IP Address Fa 0/1 IP Address Enable interfaces Add Routing Protocols 10.252 Center DTB-CENTER cisco cisco cisco 10.6.96.0.8 – 0.96.2 Center: 10.252.0.6.96.96.5 255.255 Boaz: 10.1 Center: 10.252 Clock rate 56000 --------------------Eva
Add Network Statements
10.6.0.10 255.254 255.96.3 10.6.0.255.0.5 Server: 10.6.96.0.6 Server: 10.255.6.
documentation is required.Phase 5: Documenting the Network
In order to support the network properly. Create documentation that is logically organized to make troubleshooting simpler.
Configuration Management Documentation
Boaz Show cdp neighbors Show ip route Show ip protocol Show ip interface brief Show version Show hosts Show startup-config X X X X X X X
Center X X X X X X X
Eva X X X X X X X
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or any paint program to draw the network. Microsoft Visio.
. There should be two types of documentation completed. o o o o o o o show show show show show show show cdp neighbors ip route ip protocol ip interface version hosts startup-config
Accumulate all documentation and organize it into a 3 hole. o There can be NO technical jargon in the narrative Microsoft Excel or another spreadsheet program could be used to simply list the equipment and serial numbers. Include this document with your case study deliverables.
The technical documentation should include details of the network topology. report cover with fasteners. and enter all table information into a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. take care to address each scenario task so that any layperson could understand that particular task.Case Study Deliverables
The key lesson of this case study is the importance of thorough and clear documentation. Visio. Use the tables in the working copy of the case study as a reference.
o A complete narrative of the project should be typed using word processing software. Router output from the following commands should be captured and placed into this documentation: Each output should be on a separate page. The spreadsheet should include the following details: o IP addressing of all interfaces o DCE/DTE information o Router passwords o Interface descriptions o IP address ranges and gateway assignments for all subnetworks Document the use of a routing protocol. Use CND. or any paint program could be used to draw the network. Since the scenarios break up the entire task into pieces. Cisco Network Designer (CND).