Click icon in the toolbar and select fastethernet the

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Let us connect the R1 and R2 to C1 and C2 respectively. Click icon in the toolbar, and select FastEthernet. The icon will turn to , which means you are in the “add link” mode. Let us add a link between R1 and C1. Click R1, click C1, and a menu pops up. Select “nio_udp:30000:127.0.0.1:20000” in the popup menu. Repeat the same steps for R2 and C2, and select “nio_udp:30001:127.0.0.1:20001”. Click to finish “add link” mode. Also, you can toggle showing interface names by clicking the icon in the toolbar. Step 12 Let us connect R1 and R2 through a serial communication line, as shown in the figure below. Click icon and select “serial.” Draw a serial line between R1 and R2 by clicking R1 and then clicking R2. Click icon to turn the line drawing mode off.
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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 8 Please note that the interface numbering (i.e., f n /0, s n /0) depends on the order in which you add the lines. For example, if you add the link connecting R1 and C1 first, you will get f 0 /0 and s 1 /0. If you add the serial link between R1 and R2 first, then you will get f 1 /0 and s 0 /0. Step 13 R1 and R2 are initially turned off. Turn R1 on by right-clicking R1 and selecting start. Do the same thing to R2. Step 14 Right click on one of the routers and select “Idle PC”. If a window opens saying it already has an idle pc value and asking if you would like another, hit yes. Otherwise, in the idle PC window, select the drop menu and select an idle pc number with an asterisk next to it. Hit OK. Step 15 Now, you can configure R1 and R2 through Cisco IOS. To enter IOS of R1, right click R1, and select Console. On success, a window named “R1” pops up.
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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 9 Step 16 In the R1 window, press enter to get to the “R1#” prompt. Once you get the “R1#” prompt, type the following commands to configure R1. Tip: User the up arrow key to recall previously entered commands. Entering configuration mode and configuring individual line: R1#enable R1#configure terminal R1(config)#line con 0 R1(config-line)#logging syn R1(config-line)#exit
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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 10 Configuring interfaces connected to C1 and R1: Again, the interface numbering (i.e., fn/0, sn/0) depends on the order in which you add the lines. If your interface numbers are different from those seen in the previous figure, replace the interface numbers in the above command with appropriate numbers seen in your design. Similarly in Step 18, you may need to change the numbers.
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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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