20071-515-lab5-RIP

20071-515-lab5-RIP - Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking Security and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 Lab 5 RIP

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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 2007 4050-515/4055-815 Lab 5 - RIP Overview In this lab you will configure a network of four routers to form several loops. Using Ethereal you will observe the behavior of RIP, the traffic that is generated from each router and the effects of this traffic. Activity #1 - Table Router Setup 1. Configure your Cisco Routers according to the following diagram. You will pair up with another bench and each bench will use both the 2514 and the 2621 routers. Develop an IP addressing scheme. It will be easiest to use different Class C network addresses for each network. (ie 192.168.100.0 ;192.168.101.0 etc) 2. Do not configure IRDP on the routers, static routes or any default gateways on the routers. 3. Observe the routing tables on each of the routers. 4. The PCs shown in the diagram are required to be placed where they are but you will need to capture on different segments of the network. Make sure you attach PCs in the appropriate places as needed. It will be easier if you use PC1 on each bench as the mobile PCs.
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Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 2007 Activity #2 - Starting the routing protocol 1. Enable the RIP routing protocol on each router with the command router rip at the global level. 2. Then enable RIP on each individual interface by identifying the network address that rip will be running on (remember this is a classful protocol). 3. Watch the exchange of RIP packets throughout the network. Make sure you save the packet captures necessary to answer and document the questions below. 4. Observe the changes in the routing tables on each of the routers. 5. Test your network connectivity by pinging to all the interfaces. 6. Look at the routing tables for each router and be prepared to answer the following questions: a) Do RIP packets received by routers get forwarded? How do you know? b)
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course VNSA 515 taught by Professor Mishra during the Spring '08 term at RIT.

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20071-515-lab5-RIP - Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Networking Security and Systems Administration 4050-515/4055-815 Lab 5 RIP

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