Configuration Exercises

1: In the example of Figure 7.10, router Taos was configured to send both version 1 and version 2 updates so that the routed process in the Linux host Pojoaque would understand the updates from Taos. Is there another way to configure Taos besides using the ip rip send version command?

2: An internetwork has been assigned the address 192.168.100.0. Subnet this address to meet the following requirements:

• One subnet with 50 hosts

• Five subnets with 10 hosts

• One subnet with 25 hosts

• Four subnets with 5 hosts

• Ten serial links

3: Configure the four routers in Figure 7.29 to run RIP. RTC is running IOS 10.3 and for corporate policy reasons cannot be upgraded.

Figure 7.29. The internetwork for Configuration Exercises 3 through 5

Figure 7.29. The internetwork for Configuration Exercises 3 through 5

4: Configure RTB and RTD in Figure 7.29 to authenticate the RIP updates being exchanged over the serial link.

5: Configure RTB and RTD in Figure 7.29 to change to a new authentication key 3 days from the time the key in Configuration Exercise 4 went into effect. Have the new key stay in effect for 10 hours and then have the routers change to yet another key.

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