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Setting Up the Lab

You can use any combination of routers as long as you fulfill the topology diagram outlined in Figure 1-1. It is not compulsory to use the same model of routers.

Frame Relay DLCI Information

Only DLCIs indicated in Figure 1-2 should be mapped on the routers.

Figure 2Figure 1-2 Frame Relay DLCI Diagram

Routing Protocol Information

Use Figure 1-3 to configure routing protocols for the exercises to follow.

Figure 3Figure 1-3 Routing Protocol Information

BGP Information

Use Figure 1-4 to configure BGP.

Cabling Instructions

Use Tables 1-1 and 1-2 for cabling all devices in your topology. It is not a must to use same type or sequence of interface. You may use any combination of interface(s) as long as you fulfill the requirement.

Figure 4Figure 1-4 BGP Information

Table 1-1 Cabling Instructions (Ethernet)

Ethernet Cabling

Switch1

R2-ethernet0/0

Port 1

R3-fastethernet0/0

Port 2

R4-fastethernet2/0

Port 3

R5-ethernet0

Port 4

R6-ethernet0/0 to VLAN6

Port 5

R6-ethernet0/1 to pix

Port 6

Pix-inside-ethernet1

Port 7

Pix-outside-ethernet0

Port 8

continues

 

IDS-control-interface

Port 9

IDS-sniffing-interface

Port 10

AAA server

Port 11


Table 1-2 Cabling Instructions (Serial)

Back-to-Back Cabling

DTE-End

DCE-End

R1-to-frsw* (to R2/R3)

R1-serial2/0

R6-serial1/0

R1-to-frsw* (to R5)

R1-serial2/1

R6-serial1/1

R1-to-R4

R1-serial2/2

R4-serial3/0

R2-to-frsw* (to R1/R3)

R2-serial1/0

R6-serial1/2

R3-to-frsw* (to R1/R2)

R3-serial1/0

R6-serial1/3

R5-to-frsw* (to R1)

R5-serial0

R6-serial1/4

*frsw = Frame Relay Switch R6

 

 


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