vLab SB Week4 Essay

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Introduction
Course: IS3120
Week: 4
Lab: Configuring RIPv2
The Configuring RIPv2 lab provides you with the instructions and Cisco hardware to develop your hands on skills in basic route configuration on Cisco routers. This lab includes the following exercises:
1) Configure and verify RIPv2

Notes
As you perform the various steps of the lab, update your lab report. You will send the lab report to your online instructor for evaluation after you quit the lab.
Submit the following screenshots to your online instructor for evaluation:
1) A screenshot of NYEDGE2’s routing table once you have disabled auto-summary on NYEDGE1.

These screenshots map to the evaluation criteria. Therefore, submit all screenshots to get the points assigned to all evaluation criteria.

Lab Diagram
During your session you will have access to the following lab configuration. Depending on the exercises you may or may not use all of the devices, but they are shown here in the layout to get an overall understanding of the topology of the lab.

Internet

ISP1
172.14.0.3/24

ISP2
172.14.0.4/24

172.14.0.0/24
Fas0/1

Fas0/1

Fas0/0

Fas0/0

Frame-Relay
WAN
NYEDGE1
Cisco
2811 Router

LDNWAN1

Fas0/1
172.16.16.0/24

Fas1/0/2

Fas1/0/12
Fas1/0/23

Fas1/0/24
NYCORE1
Fas1/0/22
Fas1/0/22
Cisco 3750-24PS
Switch

NYWAN1
Cisco
2811 Router

NWRKWAN1

Fas1/0/1

Fas1/0/1
Fas0/0

Fas0/24
PLABCSCO01
Cisco Tools Server

NYEDGE2
Cisco
2811 Router

Lab Nic
192.168.16.10/24

Fas0/1

NYCORE2
Cisco 3750-24PS
Switch

Cisco
IP Phone

Fas0/23
NYACCESS1
Cisco 2960-24
Switch

Connecting to your lab
In this lab you will be working on the following equipment to carry out the steps defined in each exercise. 



NYEDGE1
NYEDGE2
NYCORE1

Each exercise will detail which terminal you are required to work on to carry out the steps.
During the boot up process an activity indicator will be displayed in the device name tab:




Black - Powered Off
Orange - Working on your request
Green - Ready to access

If the remote terminal is not displayed automatically in the main window (or popup) click the
Connect icon located in the tools bar to start your session.

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Exercise 1 - Configure and verify RIPv2
Dynamic routing protocols enable some of this configuration work to be done automatically by exchanging information about what they know about the topology of the network.
In this exercise you will configure RIPv2 to achieve the same result as the static route configuration you previously configured.

Diagram

Fas0/1
172.14.0.2/24
Loopback1
192.168.18.1/26
Loopback2
192.168.16.65/27

NYEDGE1

NYEDGE2

Fas0/0
192.168.16.1/24

Fas0/0
192.168.16.2/24

RIPv2
NYCORE2

NYCORE1
PLABCSCO01
Cisco Tools Server
Lab Nic
192.168.16.10/24
Fas0/1
NYACCESS1

Configuring RIPv2
Use the following steps to configure RIPv2 on both the NYEDGE1 and NYEDGE2 routers.
Step 1
Click on NYEDGE1 and enter global configuration mode. Then use the following commands to configure RIPv2 (Note: If you are not in privileged mode, you will need to enter privileged mode by typing enable):

NYEDGE1>enable
NYEDGE1#configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.

End with CNTL/Z.

NYEDGE1(config)#router rip
NYEDGE1(config-router)#version 2

Step 2
Repeat the process in Step 1 on NYEDGE2:
NYEDGE2#configure terminal
Enter configuration…