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1. Select Service 2. Turn on DNS 3. Add host records 4. Verify communication using hostname 3. Verify that hosts can connect to the Internet. 1. ? 4. Online students using live equipment: create an outside loopback interface on Richmond to simulate the Internet. 3. Add IPv6 local links to the Core and verify internal point to point connectivity. 1. Per Mr. Gibson, IPv6 is not required 4. Add an NTP server and configure all routers to get their clock time from the NTP server. 1. Configure the NTP Service on the NTP Server 1. Click the Service Tab. Select NTP. Turn on Service 2. Notice the Time 1. 3. Configure all Routers except the ISP Router to use the NTP Service to set their Time 1. (Config)# ntp server A.B.C.D 5. Add a Syslog Server and point the Routers /Switches to it. 1. Go to the Syslog Server and enable Syslog Service 1. Select Service 2. Turn on Syslog
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2. Configure all Routers and Switches to use SYSLOG Service 1. (Config) # logging A.B.C.D ---IP address of the Syslog Server 3. Manually Set all Clocks on the Switches 1. Switch # clock set 10:47:00 June 21 2018 --this is an example 6. Update the topology plan to add an internal IPv6 network. This will not be implemented yet. 1. Per Mr. Gibson, IPv6 is not required 7. Add an EtherChannel link between Switch 2 and Switch 1 using three 100mbps interfaces on each. 1. - 2_55_se/configuration/guide/3750xscg/swethchl.html? referring_site=RE&pos=2&page= 2. Demonstrate the failover if one interface is shut down. 3. 8. Document any difficulties that were encountered. 9. What implementation issues or limitations were found?
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  • Fall '18
  • IP address, Network switch, Network address translation

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