Trace route to vpcs2 19216815 using the following

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Trace route to vpcs2 (192.168.1.5) using the following command. The trace command sends a probe packet to specified destination IP address, and discovers intermediate nodes that the packet traverses until it gets to the destination. If you have successfully configured everything, you will see the hops the packet made from vpcs1, through the router, to vpcs2. VPCS 2 >1 VPCS 1 >trace 192.168.1.5 –P 6 ......... // trace route result appears here Also, try the following commands to trace route from vpcs2 to vpcs1. VPCS 1 >2 VPCS 2 >trace 192.168.0.5 –P 6 ......... // trace route result appears here The following commands may be useful in verifying virtual PC configuration. Command “show” shows the configuration of all virtual PCs. show Command “ping” can be used to check if a virtual PC is up and connected to network. Using the “Lab Setup Diagram” on page 1, ping each router and each cloud to be sure everything is connected. ping <ip address> Task 3– Observe the Network Traffic with WireShark Step 1 Let us sniff the packets being transferred between R1 and R2. Right click on the serial link between R1 and R2, select “Capture.” When the Capture window shows up, select “R1 s1/0
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College of Information Sciences and Technology Networking and Telecommunications: Multi Cisco Router Configuration ©Copyright 1999-2018 | The Pennsylvania State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology Page 14 (encapsulation: HDLC),” click OK. Now, GNS3 will start capturing traffic between R2 and R1, storing the traffic in a file named R1_to_R2.cap. Note: If you see the following message, go to Edit Preferences, choose the “Capture” tab, and change the “Working directory for capture files” to “/home/administrator/Desktop” (see below). Step 2 To generate test packets to be captured, we use ping . Go to the VPCS window. Select either one of vpcs1 and vpcs2, ping another. For example, you can ping vpcs2 from vpcs1 using the following commands: VPCS 2 >1 VPCS 1 >ping 192.168.1.5 ...... (ping results) Note : ping sends a fixed number of ICMP Echo requests to the destination specified by a user. On receiving an ICMP Echo request, a computer (or network device) typically replies to the sender with an ICMP Echo reply . On receiving the ICMP Echo reply, ping (running on the sender) recognizes whether the destination is reachable or not. Step 3 Let us see what has been captured. Click the serial link again, select “Start Wireshark”
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College of Information Sciences and Technology Networking and Telecommunications: Multi Cisco Router Configuration ©Copyright 1999-2018 | The Pennsylvania State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology Page 15 Step 4 On success, you will see the ICMP Echo requests going from vpcs2 (192.168.1.5) to vpcs1 (192.168.0.5) and the ICMP Echo replies from vpcs1 to vpcs2.
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  • Spring '16
  • IP address, Internet Control Message Protocol, College of Information Sciences and Technology, Cisco Router Configuration, Multi Cisco Router

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