Configuration_of_Routers

Configuration_of_Routers - Configuration of Cisco Routers...

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Configuration of Cisco Routers Version: August 2007 This document provides information on configurations for the Cisco routers of the Internet Lab. Table of Contents Table of Contents ...................................................................................................................... 1 Setting up a Cisco Router . .......................................................................................................... 1 IOS Configuration of the Cisco Routers. ..................................................................................... 2 Setting up a Cisco Router This section discusses the setup for the Cisco routers in the Internet Lab. The Cisco routers in the lab should run IOS 11.2 or a later version. Each router must have 2 Ethernet interfaces (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps) and one synchronous serial interface. There are numerous Cisco routers that are suitable for the Internet lab (see: www.tcpip- lab.net) Label the routers as Router1, Router2, Router3, and Router4. You may also want to label the interfaces. Step 1: Starting a router A router is started by turning on the power switch. The operating system (IOS) boots from NVRAM or flash memory. If the router has a slotted chassis, then the interface cards must be installed in the slots of the router. Insert an Ethernet interface card in slot 0 and a
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