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when you are planning the addressing scheme, don t forget to consider future expansion and additional connections. You may find similarities with the exercise. From Lab 5.1, use the following table to help you complete your solution:
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ISP Number 1 Router Port Interface Name Reserved for local loopbacks. Reserved for future use. Reserved for inter-router links. PE1
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ISP Number 2 Router Port Interface Name Reserved for local loopbacks. Reserved for future use. Reserved for inter-router links. PE2
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Lab Section 5.3: Layer 3 Interfaces
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In previous lab exercises, the equipment configuration finished at the L2 Ethernet level. Now that the L3 IP addressing scheme is complete, it is time to configure L3 interfaces on the router. This is not difficult, but there are some differences between physical interfaces and virtual or loopback interfaces. Look for the differences in the following exercises. Objective In this exercise, you will configure the Layer 3 interfaces according to the IP addressing scheme listed in the tables in the previous exercise (Lab 5.2). This exercise assumes that all routers have been given suitable system names and configured up to the L2 Ethernet level. Validation You will know you have succeeded if you can ping the L3 network interface of the adjacent router. 1. Using the following command, take a look at any existing interfaces on the router. Notice that the system interface is already created. This interface exists by default and cannot be removed. The only requirement is to assign the system interface with an IP address. By default, the system interface is automatically used by the various routing protocols as the router-id.
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*B:PE1# show router interface ============================================================ Interface Table (Router: Base) ============================================================ Interface-Name Adm Opr(v4/v6) Mode Port/SapId IP-Address PfxState -----------------------------------------------------------system Up Down/-Network system -----------------------------------------------------------Interfaces : 1 ============================================================ *B:PE1#
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2. Assign a /32 IP address to the system interface in accordance with the addressing scheme from the previous section.
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*B:PE1# configure router *B:PE1>config>router# interface system *B:PE1>config>router>if# address 140.10.0.1/32 *B:PE1>config>router>if# exit *B:PE1>config>router# show router interface ============================================================ Interface Table (Router: Base) ============================================================ Interface-Name Adm Opr(v4/v6) Mode Port/SapId IP-Address PfxState -----------------------------------------------------------system Up Up/-Network system 140.10.0.1/32 n/a -----------------------------------------------------------Interfaces : 1 ============================================================ *B:PE1>config>router#
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2a. Carefully examine the output for the router s system interface before and after the configuration command. what has changed 2b. Knowing that the system interface exists by default, how many additional items need to be configured for it to be operational 3. Assign IP addresses to the rest of the system interfaces on the CE and PE routers. 4. Create a loopback interface (for testing purposes). Note that a loopback interface needs two items in addition to the name: a /32 IP address and the special designation loopback.
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*B:PE1>config>router# interface loopbackTest *B:PE1>config>router>if$ address 140.10.0.11/32 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ loopback *B:PE1>config>router>if$ exit *B:PE1>config>router# show router interface
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============================================================ Interface Table (Router: Base) ============================================================ Interface-Name Adm Opr(v4/v6) Mode Port/SapId IP-Address PfxState -----------------------------------------------------------loopbackTest Up Up/-Network loopback 140.10.0.11/32 n/a system Up Up/-Network system 140.10.0.1/32 n/a -----------------------------------------------------------Interfaces : 2 ============================================================ *B:PE1>config>router#
4a. Experiment with creating a loopback and leaving out either the IP address or the loopback designation. Other than the name, how many additional items need to be configured for the loopback to be operational 5. Removing an interface is a simple two-step process. Remove the loopback interface now.
*B:PE1>config>router# interface loopbackTest shutdown *B:PE1>config>router# no interface loopbackTest *B:PE1>config>router#
5a. Experiment to see if it is possible to remove an interface that is operationally Up. 6. Re-create the loopback on PE1 and create loopbacks for the other CE and PE routers. 6a. Is there any conflict or problem with reusing the same name for an interface in more than one router Are interface names local or global 7. Create the physical inter-router interfaces. Note that a loopback interface needs two items in addition to the name: a /32 IP address and a physical port.
*B:PE1>config>router# interface toPE2 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ address 140.10.0.97/30 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ port 1/1/2 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ exit *B:PE1>config>router# interface toCE1 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ address 140.10.0.101/30 *B:PE1>config>router>if$ port 1/1/1