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Objectives· Part 1. Design a VLSM IP addressing scheme given requirements· Part 2. Perform basic router configuration (48pts)· Part 3. Perform switch configuration (36pts)· Part 4. Configure addressing on hosts (18pts)· Part 5. Configure OSPF (63pts)· Part 6. Test and troubleshoot the networkInstructionsSerial number = 8205631All given device names are case sensitive!Part 1. Design a VLSM IP addressing scheme given requirementsStep 1. Determine requirements and perform VLSM for LAN1 and LAN2You have been given the network address172.16.14.0/24for LAN1 and LAN2. Thehost address requirements are:LAN1 will require 36 host IP addresses/24 значит 254 хостов (232-24-2=254)
Для 36 хостов нужен сабнет /26(232-26-2=62)И потом на онлайн калькуляторе считаем ферст и ласт юзебл адресLAN2 will require 17 host IP addressesТоже самое, но для 17 хостов нужен сабнет /27Divide the172.16.14.0/24network based o1n the number of hosts per LANa) Use the first subnet to accommodate the largest LANb) Use the second subnet to accommodate the second largest LANc) Assign the first usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to therouterR14G0/0 and G0/1 interfacesd) Assign the last usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to the switchese) Assign the second usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to the hostsВсе это надо писать через Place Note рядом роутерамиStep 2. Determine requirements and perform VLSM for LAN3 and LAN4You have been given the network address172.22.38.0/24for LAN3 and LAN4. Thehost address requirements are:LAN3 will require 23 host IP addressesLAN4 will require 45 host IP addressesDivide the172.22.38.0/24network based on the number of hosts per LANa) Use the first subnet to accommodate the largest LANb) Use the second subnet to accommodate the second largest LANc) Assign the first usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to therouterR38G0/0 and G0/1 interfacesd) Assign the last usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to the switchese) Assign the second usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to the hostsStep 3. Determine requirements and perform VLSM for LAN5 and LAN6You have been given the network address172.29.66.0/24for LAN5 and LAN6. Thehost address requirements are:LAN5 will require 18 host IP addressesLAN6 will require 9 host IP addressesDivide the172.29.66.0/24network based on the number of hosts per LANa) Use the first subnet to accommodate the largest LANb) Use the second subnet to accommodate the second largest LANc) Assign the first usable IP addresses from the appropriate subnets to therouterR66G0/0 and G0/1 interfaces

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