RIP_Routing - RIP Routing Practice Using Packet Tracer...

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Unformatted text preview: RIP Routing Practice Using Packet Tracer Name:_Scott Moody___Class: NETWORK204____ Date: May 14, 2009______ Instructions: Use the Packet Tracker program to complete this exercise. Build the network in the diagram. Examine each available router in order to select the most appropriate ones. You will have to add interfaces to the router in order to make the proper connections. When the network is constructed, perform all configuration tasks on one router at a time. Complete each one of the tasks on the first router, and then move to the next until both routers have been completely configured. When all tasks are completed you should have connectivity between all devices in the network. Use the attached figure as reference. Router Configuration Tasks: 1. Set the Hostname on the router. 2. Make the secret password class. All other passwords should be cisco 3. Enable console login and create the password. 4. Enable vty login and create the password. 5. Assign IP addresses compatible with specified IP addresses and subnet masks to the interfaces, set the clockrate to 56000 on all interfaces designated as DCE and bring all interfaces up....
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course BUSN 115 taught by Professor Jack during the Winter '10 term at DeVry Arlington.

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