The Agency has created a new security policy and since you are part of the security team you need to help them implement them. Whenever anything funky happens on the network you want to ensure a RMON alarm informs the logging server what is going on.
- All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you.
- Optional: You can use the cloud interface to connect your router to a free syslog server like Kiwi Syslog Server (also works for SNMPv2).
- Configure router Ripley to track the packet rate on the FastEthernet 1/0 interface.
- When the packet rate is above 50 packets you need to send a SMTP trap with the message “too much!”.
- When the packet rate falls below 50 packets you need to send a SMTP trap with the message “ah much better!”.
- Use SNMP community string “VAULT”.
- Configure router Bishop to check the CPU average each 5 minutes. When it’s above 85% it should generate a message “hot hot!”. When it falls below 30% it should generate the message “Cool”.
- Send these messages to SNMP server 192.168.12.2.
Configuration FilesYou need to register to download the GNS3 topology file. (Registration is free!)
Once you are logged in you will find the configuration files right here.