It's your first day in the army working as a networking professional. You are sent to a small international outpost to look after the network. It's a rather old network but they need you to install Multicast so they can stream audio in a efficient matter over the network. There is one problem though...there's one router that is so old that it doesn't support Multicast, let's check it out.
- All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you.
- Configure OSPF on all routers, achieve full connectivity.
- You are allowed to configure dense-mode Multicast on all routers EXCEPT router Charlie.
- Configure router Echo to join the following multicast group:
- Start a ping from router Alpha to the multicast group address 188.8.131.52 to generate traffic.
- Make sure router Echo can receive the multicast stream without configuring multicast on router Charlie.