Lab_no_6 - Laboratory No. 6 Part1 In Part1 of this lab you...

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Laboratory No. 6 Part1 In Part1 of this lab you will do complete router configuration using the Command Line Interface (CLI). You will use knowledge acquired from all previous Laboratories, so please bring them with you. It is important that every member of the team acquires hands-on experience. Your router is not configured, so you can’t use it to reach other Computers, Networks or the Internet. Check networks inaccessibility with ping and Internet Explorer. 1) Configure the Serial Port 1 of your computer (COM1), using the settings from the illustration. 2) Connect your computer to the CONSOLE interface of your router, using the rollover cable. 3) Execute the show running config command. Make sure that the router is not configured. 4) You have to configure the router according to the printed configuration file that you will receive, containing: - hostname - enable password - interfaces settings - routing protocol settings - line vty 0 4 password 5) Execute the show running config command. Make sure that the router is configured properly. 6) Check networks accessibility with ping and Internet Explorer. 1
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Part2 Routing and Routing Protocols. This part is on paper only. Overview Routing is nothing more than directions for getting from one network to another. These directions, also known as routes, can be dynamically given to the router by another router, or they can be statically assigned to the router by an administrator. A network administrator chooses a dynamic routing protocol based upon many considerations. The size of the network, the bandwidth of available links, the processing power of the network routers, the brands and models of routers on the network, and the protocols already in use on the network are all factors that must be considered in choosing a routing protocol. Routing is the process that a router uses to forward packets toward the destination network. A router makes decisions based upon the destination IP address of a packet. All devices along the way use the destination IP address to point the packet in the correct direction so that the packet eventually arrives at its destination. In order to make the correct decisions, routers must learn the direction to remote networks. When routers use dynamic routing, this information is learned from other routers. When static routing is used, a network administrator
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