This won't be a real long lab, as its more just removing OSPF as the WAN, configuring the ISP Router with point to point static routes to each site, then adding a single default route out to the Internet like you would any site in the Front Door VRF and associating both the Physical and … Continue reading DMVPN w/ Front Door VRF – Finally got it with static routing instead of trying to use OSPF over the WAN to form Adjacencies!
Above is the IP Packet Switching architecture, with the IP Route / ARP Table at the "Control Plane" at the Top, which then feeds the FIB (Forward Information Base) aka IP CEF and Adjacency Table to perform Hardware Packet Switching. Packet Switching is covered extremely in depth in this article, however it will be briefly … Continue reading TSHOOT – IPv4 Route Selection / Packet Switching process, Static Routing for IPv4 and IPv6 with troubleshooting!
You heard it, after this quick lab, got NAT and PAT to go over and the next week or so will be reading and labbing my butt off until exam day on 4/28. With that being said, this lab will piggy back on what we've learned, only this is a more practical real-world scenario that … Continue reading Tracking SLA for failover of static routes, explanation, and configuration – Almost to the end of ROUTE video series!!