Scenario Part A Planning

This scenario has three parts, listed as Parts A, B, and C. Part A begins with some planning guidelines that mainly consist of planning an IP addressing scheme for a network. After you complete Part A, Part B of the scenario asks you to configure the three routers and one switch to implement the planned design. Finally, Part C asks you to examine router command output and answer questions about the details of current operation of the network. Part C also lists some questions related to the user interface and protocol specifications.

Your job is to deploy a new network with three sites, as shown in Figure 16-1. The decision to use point-to-point serial links has already been made, and the products have been chosen. For Part A of this scenario, perform the following tasks:

1. Plan the IP addressing and subnets used in this network. Class B network 163.1.0.0 has been assigned by the NIC. The maximum number of hosts per subnet is 100.

2. Assign IP addresses to the PCs as well.

3. Assign addresses for the switches near R1 for management purposes. Assume that a single VLAN is used on the switches near Router 1 (R1).

Tables 16-1 and 16-2 are provided as a convenient place to record your IP subnets and IP addresses when performing the planning tasks for this scenario.

Figure 16-1 Scenario Network Diagram

Figure 16-1 Scenario Network Diagram

PC21 Server 3 PC31 PC32
Table 16-1 Part A: IP Subnet and IP Address Planning Chart

Location of Subnet/Network Geographically

Subnet Mask

Subnet Number

R1 Ethernet

R2 Ethernet

R3 Ethernet

Serial between R1 and R2

Serial between R1 and R3

Serial between R2 and R3

Table 16-2 Part A: IP Address Planning Chart

Host

Address

PC11

PC12

PC13

PC21

PC31

PC32

SW1

SW2

SW3

R1-E0

R1-S0

R1-S1

R2-E0

R2-S0

R2-S1

R3-E0

R3-S0

R3-S1

Server 1

Server 2

Server 3

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