The above graphic is a visual demonstration of how Redistributing routes works, as we are not taking one route from a routing protocol and placing it into another protocol, we are taking routes from the IP table and placing it into "routing protocol data structures" if you remember that phrase. What Route Redistribution is at … Continue reading TSHOOT – Redistribution Part 2 – Detailed review of Redistribution, Seed Metric, RIPv2, RIPng, EIGRP IPv4 and IPv6 behaviors and troubleshooting!
While getting together some command prompt syntax from my lab, I got a jolt of nostalgia from labbing ROUTE, and decided to instead configure the lab Topology shown above as I started configuring my switches for Layer 3 routing and before I knew it I was troubleshooting OSPF and EIGRP Ajdacencies! I will try to … Continue reading TSHOOT – Redistribution Part 1 – Configuring an OSPF / EIGRP / iBGP Lab to completion, ready for Redistribution!
The displayed Topology is just an image from a ROUTE lab I ran through years ago, however most of the Review / Troubleshooting will be reviewed in IPv4 as it is exactly the same in IPv6 mode, literally only difference is the IPv6 Multicast Address. Named Mode EIGRP is a whole nother animal, it should … Continue reading TSHOOT – EIGRP for IPv4, IPv6, and the beast of a topic EIGRP “Named Mode” review and troubleshooting!
Static neighbor discussion, configuration, and why you may not want to deploy this Static neighbors have been used in every one of my OSPF labs that include the NBMA, for the same reason you might use configure static EIGRP neighbors, and that's because the Layer 2 Media doesn't allow the Adjacencies to form without … Continue reading EIGRP: Static Neighbors discussion and configuration, then some discussion and configuration of the EIGRP RID (and what its used for) !
No diagram for this one, just wanted to post some refresher notes on EIGRP, as its been awhile since I've looked at some fundamentals, and I felt it'd be good to post some refresher on EIGRP network convergence and other things to think about for exam day that aren't technical configurations but just protocol behaviors. … Continue reading EIGRP: Convergence refresher: Hello’s, Query’s, Active and SIA Route states, and limiting the scope of Query’s! FUN STUFF!
Only the NBMA and Ethernet segments will be used for quick demonstrations and clarity, unless R4 or R5 is needed for demonstration. Now the idea of a Prefix-List in comparison to an Access-List may be hard to follow, but I will try to explain it. An Access-List at its most specific (Extended) matches only on … Continue reading EIGRP: DEEP Dive into Prefix-List configurations, Access-list vs Prefix-list, using Prefix-Lists to Filter EIGRP routes with Distribute-Lists!
Only the NBMA and Ethernet segments will be used for quick demonstrations and clarity, unless R4 or R5 is needed for demonstration. There are two different ways to change the Metric for EIGRP, one of those is by changing the "bandwidth" or "delay" on the interface, or by using an offset list. Changing the Metric … Continue reading EIGRP – IMPORTANT INFO FOR EXAM DAY on K weights and Redistribution, and using an offset-list for Metric tuning!
I sometimes wonder how much it makes network engineers cringe when they look at a blog post (if any engineers do), and see my barely put together Topology not made in Visio as my diagram 🙂 Anyways this should be pretty quick, so far I have only configured the loopback and FastEthernet0/0 interfaces for the … Continue reading Configuration of EIGRP in IPv6, output examples and differences from v4, and some old IOS code derps!
To note I used the same color I have previously for IPSec VPN tunnels, however that color is more just one of the few colors not reserved for protocols (as I generally use blue for OSPF, red for RIP, and orange for EIGRP), so this time green is for VRF-Lite. So I wanted to pull … Continue reading VRF-Lite: Complete configuration and explanation of behaviors, OSPF and EIGRP demonstration and how they work (or why the don’t work)
I took a quick moment to post before this, advising not to study or lab tired, cause as can be seen towards the end of my Part 4 of this lab I am just tired and swinging at air. Anyway, we now have R1 and R3 both acting as ASBR's, with R1 doing 2-way route-tagged … Continue reading Part 5: Turning “IP Routing” on for Layer 3 SW1, Policy / Local Policy Routing, found sub-optimal routing due to AD! (Will be 6th lab to troubleshoot)
(Added interface #'s to the Topology as we increase working with both IP's and interfaces) I wanted to touch this quick before moving on to policy routing, whether Distribute-Lists can block certain networks from a Summary Route, or if it's possibly at all. So I'll run through it quick here to move on: Distribute-List … Continue reading Part 4: The right ACL for the right job (Distribute-List vs Route-Map), Configuring 3-way Route Redistribution with a lot of failures but final success!!!
(The title may be misleading as ACL's will only be used for Distribute-List configuration) As seen above I have though out how to keep all the route tagging that will need to occur straight in my mind, so the route tags for EIGRP will be their AS #'s, and OSPF / RIP will be using … Continue reading Part 3: DEEP Dive into Redistribution with Route-Map tagging, and Distribute-Lists illustrated for clarity!
Tonight I had a whole agenda of tasks to configure as much as I could on this network, however I was only able to demonstrate authentication configuration for all 3 protocols thoroughly, create a Summary Route for R5, and troubleshoot an OSPF issue that was a bit tricky to catch but finally got it (which … Continue reading Part 2: Deep Dive into EIGRP / OSPF / RIP Authentication, Route Summarization, OSPF troubleshooting to end lab!
As previously mentioned I believe, this will be a multi-part lab in which I will configure "Multi-Point" 2-way Redistribution / Policy-Routing / Distribute-Lists / Route-Maps / and troubleshooting all along the way. Here are a few things I know I want to achieve over the several parts of this lab: Authentication deep dive for … Continue reading Part 1: Setting up the new, bigger, and better lab to configure everything we’ve learned up to this point!
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!