You have been a network engineer as long as you can remember. Recently the company experienced a network failure and your colleagues have blamed you for misconfiguration of the routers. As a result you are taken to a mental institution and it seems your networking days are over…however during your sleep you are being plagued by nightmares about redistribution scenarios. Let’s see if you can suckerpunch this one!
- All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you:
L0: x.x.x.x /24, for example 22.214.171.124 for router 1.
- EIGRP AS 123 has been preconfigured on router BabyDoll,SweetPea and Rocket.
- OSPF Area 0 (Process 234) has been preconfigured on router SweetPea, Rocket and Blondie.
- EIGRP AS 356 has been preconfigured on router Rocket, BlueJones and Amber.
- RIP Version 2 has been preconfigured on router Blondie, Amber and WiseMan.
- Router BabyDoll’s loopback0 interface is advertised in EIGRP AS123.
- Router SweetPea’s, Blondie’s and Rocket’s loopback0 interfaces are advertised in OSPF Area 0.
- Router Amber’s and BlueJones’s loopback0 interfaces are advertised in EIGRP AS356.
- Router WiseMan’s loopback0 interface is advertised in RIPV2.
- Configure 2-way redistribution on router SweetPea and Rocket between EIGRP AS123 and OSPF.
- Configure redistribution on router Rocket between EIGRP AS356 and OSPF.
- Configure redistribution on router Blondie between RIPV2 and OSPF.
- Ensure you have full connectivity at this moment, every network / loopback should be reachable from any device.
- Remove the “network 126.96.36.199” command on router BabDoll and replace it by redistributing the loopback0 interface into EIGRP AS123.
- Do a traceroute from router SweetPea and Rocket to 188.8.131.52, you notice packets are sent through the OSPF network. Ensure they take the most optimal route to the destination.
- Ensure all traffic will be sent using the FastEthernet links. The Frame-Relay links should only be used as a backup when the FastEthernet links are down.
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