Answers: GRE Tunnel 1

Answers: GRE Tunnel 1

🕔09:05, 27.Apr 2016

Configuring a static GRE tunnel, before adding the IPsec encryption, takes just a few commands. Have you mastered those commands yet? If not, check out the lab exercise first, and then come back here for the answer and some comments.

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GRE Tunnel 1

GRE Tunnel 1

🕔10:05, 25.Apr 2016

#GRE – that is, Generic Route Encapsulation – gives us a way to encapsulate IP packets inside another IP packet. Why? Often times, the reason is to create an Internet VPN, forwarding encrypted IP packets inside IP packets that can

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Answers: Multi-area OSPF 1

Answers: Multi-area OSPF 1

🕔09:05, 20.Apr 2016

This latest lab sets up the requirements for OSPFv2 configuration in a multi-area design. It also shows yet another case of the fact that you must master IPv4 subnetting to be ready for more advanced labs. As always, go try

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Multi-area OSPF 1

Multi-area OSPF 1

🕔09:05, 18.Apr 2016

When using the OSPF network command, whether single area of multi-area, you have to be careful with the wildcard mask used and which interfaces each network command matches. With multiple areas, that concern increases, because incorrect matching can place a

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Answers: EIGRP for IPv6 1

Answers: EIGRP for IPv6 1

🕔09:05, 14.Apr 2016

  This lab has some repetitive configuration elements for EIGRPv6. Check out the original lab first, and then come here to check out your answers. The main task in this case: Get EIGRP working for IPv6 in a three router

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EIGRP for IPv6 1

EIGRP for IPv6 1

🕔10:20, 12.Apr 2016

EIGRP for IPv6 – often called EIGRPv6 – has a nice clean configuration process. This lab asks you to follow that process, with a few small wrinkles. If you have the basics down, you should be able to work this

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