Being that this lab is already set (see previous post), my EIGRP routes are all showing on R2's ABR R3 as shown below, I am going to write a couple of of Distribution lists. A main point again about Distribute-Lists: You can have more than one, but the more specific dist-list always takes precedence So … Continue reading Finishing look at Distribute-List’s, back to Myself Inc Topology with my new knowledge!
So I must preface this by saying it is the most beautiful day MN has seen in weeks, the sun is out and it's probably mid-high 20's, so it is the perfect day to open the shadows to let the sun in and sit in front of the command line! Ran out and got some … Continue reading Setting up EIGRP to OSPF Redistribution lab, excellent review of concept for exam day
So I am really reeling it back in here, as I think I got over ambitious without learning the basics, so I am just going to do a simple configuration here. For R2, I want to make a Summary route based on the following network numbers: interface Loopback1 ip address 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.255 interface Loopback101 ip … Continue reading Configuration of “Distribute-List”s and 1-way redistribution, with success!!
So after spinning my tires thinking of how to make it work on my very awesome looking Topology from the previous post, I just need to know this works in general for my own sanity. As can be seen, the above Topology is as easy as it gets, I am humbly stepping back, and admitting … Continue reading Physical cabling issues, Distribute-List issues, what is it Monday again??
As the Topology shows, with all the Branch Offices and Departments, IT just got real! Concepts will be learned on pieces of this network, will continue to be built out and troubleshot using different methods, and will eventually be using this similar Topology to create scenarios and try to avoid dry lab manuals if possible … Continue reading Distribute-List’s, ACL’s, and a shiny new Topology for practice scenarios for both Distribute-List’s and Route-Map’s
It is late so I am going to crunch in a quick lab to get everything reconfigured so it is pinging and happy, so I can get into EIGRP, and forget troubleshooting the NBMA was such a painfully simple answer. Thinking doing these labs in the middle of the night / morning is probably not … Continue reading Part 4: Fixed OSPF Redistribution and NBMA, EIGRP Redistribution with a side of static routing (to begin with)
I am going to begin setting up my lab with RIP on the NBMA, EIGRP from R5 to R1, and OSPF off the NBMA spoke R3. This requires 2 ASBR's, see what issues I come up with along the way, and try to use debugs and show commands before I go to training materials for … Continue reading Part 1: EIGRP, RIP, OSPF Redistribution configuration
I told myself I am not going to lab today to avoid CCNP burnout, so I created the above topology which I will be configuring in my next lab session, and did a 'wr er' on all 5 routers and put their base configs (frame relay and IP addressing). It will be very similar to … Continue reading Lab plan for EIGRP / RIPv2 / OSPF Redistribution and more!
I wanted to quickly attack a few points tonight as I am mentally dead between working and studying simultaneously. One thing I found amazingly interesting when familiarizing myself with debug output for "debug eigrp packets" especially with passive interfaces, is that the loopback interface is creating as much if not unneeded output than the Fa0/0 … Continue reading Finished EIGRP refresher, found good info for passive-int via debug eigrp pack, quick stub routing confusion
Above is the following topology I have created, all interfaces on the NBMA are on the 184.108.40.206 /24 subnet and the LAN section will be 220.127.116.11 /24 with all interfaces aside from loopbacks having the router # as the 4th octet IP address. Upon going through even basic EIGRP setup videos over an NMBA network, … Continue reading Some things I know I will forget again, lots of bullet points, like the ‘in a can’ posts
This is using the same Topology setup as the RIP / OSPF Redistribution posts, however as noted in micro-text on the Topology below, I've changed the OSPF Area 0 to EIGRP AS 100, and removed any loopbacks in the EIGRP route domain as they are not necessary for now: To change the metric or 'seed … Continue reading EIGRP Redistribution – Changing Metric and AD
I've integrated Chris Bryant's ROUTE book on kindle into my study, as it follows the video series perfectly, and decided to go over the EIGRP section while doing the OSPF videos just to re-cover the topics, which made realize how much important information I did not post here. So this will be bullet points of … Continue reading EIGRP Fundamentals / Advanced in a can
So after such a long break from studying, I am finding I am way out of practice, and trying to stretch my studying across too many materials is slowing things down to a complete stop - So I decided I am going to put the ROUTE Simplified book down for now, and go through it … Continue reading Finishing EIGRP (for now), Starting OSPF
Above is a rough drawing in paint of my current topology I have worked through the Advanced EIGRP section with, Frame-Relay NBMA Hub-and-Spoke WAN, and Fast Ethernet LAN segment to make things... more interesting to troubleshoot. It does not of course show all the configurations changes, summary routes, and things that have been … Continue reading EIGRP Basics to Advanced overview