Exploration routing: eigrp skills based assessment

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Learning Objectives Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to: • Subnet an address space with given requirements • Assign appropriate addresses to interfaces and document them in the addresstable below • Cable the network according to the diagram • Erase the startup configuration and reload a router to the default state. • Configure EIGRP routing on all routers. • Configure andpropagate a default static route. • Verify EIGRP operation. • Test and verify full connectivity. • Reflect upon and document the network implementation. Scenario In this lab, you will be given a summarizedaddress which you will use to create an efficient addressing scheme to accommodate all hosts on the network. A combination of EIGRP and a static default route will be required so that hosts onnetworks not directly connected can communicate. You have completed this lab when each host can ping the each other. Task 1: Create an Addressing Scheme. Step 1: Use the address to createan addressing scheme to accommodate all hosts on the network. Begin the address assignments with the address. Document all subnet addresses in Table 1. Table 1 Device Interface Number ofHosts Subnet Subnet Mask HQ Fa0/0 90 /25 Fa0/1 60 /26 8 S0/0/1 2 /30 S0/0/0 2 /30 0255.255.255.252 Remote1 Fa0/0 30 /30 Fa0/1 60 /26 2 S0/0/1 2 /30 Remote2 Fa0/0 128 /24 Fa0/1 60 /26 S0/0/0 2 /30 0 Step 2: Document router interface and PC addresses in Table 2. Assign the last usable IP address of eachsubnet to each PC Table 2 Device Interface IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway HQ Fa0/0 Fa0/1 S0/0/1
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