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1. Read this Assignment Document completely. 2. Examine and understand the network diagram. 3. Type information about each of your subnets into Table #1: IPv6 Subnet Design in Part 1 of your Answers document. 4. Choose a global IPv6 address for each interface in your network based on IPv6 addressing requirements. Type these into Table #2: IPv6 Address Plan in Part 2 of your Answers document. Once you have completed these steps, you can implement the network below in one of two ways: (a) you can work on a Pod in the Network Security Lab in room 348, or (b) you can implement and test this network using Cisco Packet Tracer software, starting with file “TDC365-Lab4.pkt”. Either way, you will cable, implement and test the network design by following the steps in the Network Implementation and Testing instructions below, answering questions and pasting screenshots into the Answers Document when directed to do so. Fa0/0 Subnet A Switch 1 Host 2 Subnet D Switch 4 Host 1 Fa0/0 Fa0/1 Subnet C Switch 3 Fa0/0 S0/2/0 S0/2/0 S0/2/0 R1 R2 S0/2/0 Subnet B Lo1 R4 DCE DCE Fa0/1 Fa0/0 Subnet E Switch 2 R3 Lab #4 Logical Network Diagram IP Addressing Requirements ** The value of <SN> in any IPv6 address should be replaced by your Student Number from the table at the end of the Lab #1 assignment. ** • Subnet A – 2001:AB12:CD:E1::/64 The Host #1 IPv6 address must be 2001:AB12:CD:E1::<SN> • Subnet B – 2001:AB12:CD:E2::/64 The R2 Loopback1 interface IP must be 2001:AB12:CD:E2::1 • Subnet C – 2001:AB12:CD:E3::/64 • Subnet D – 2001:AB12:CD:E4::/64 The Host #2 IP address must be 2001:AB12:CD:E4::<SN>:<SN> • Subnet E – 2001:AB12:CD:E5::/64 • Link 1 – 2001:AB12:CD:FF::/126 • Link 2 – 2001:AB12:CD:FF::4/126 • R1 Loopback0 = • R2 Loopback0 = • R3 Loopback0 = • R4 Loopback0 = Router Fa0/0 interface should be assigned the first IP in its subnet. Any router Fa0/1 interface should be assigned the second IP in its subnet. Go fill out Table #1 and Table #2 in your Answers document. Network Implementation and Testing Now you can either (a) implement the network on a Pod in the Network Security lab - room 348 OR (b) install Packet Tracer software (Windows or Linux), download the file “TDC365-Lab4.pka” from D2L, double-click it to open the Lab #4 Packet Tracer Activity. 1. Implement the network shown in the diagram by: a. On switches, create VLANs and assign ports to them. b. Connect all cables. c. Set hostname to an appropriate name followed by your initials (like “R1- GB”) on all routers. d. Configure all interface IPv6 addresses on hosts and routers. Be sure to configure clock rate on DCE ends. e. Execute “show ipv6 int brief” on each router to make sure that all interfaces have correct IPv6 address and prefix length assigned. f. Make sure you can successfully ping from each host to its default gateway. g. Make sure you can ping from each router to each of its 1-hop neighbor routers. h. Execute a “show ipv6 route” on each router and make sure that each of its directly connected subnets is shown in the routing table. 2. Bring up OSPFv3 process 20 on each of the 4 routers a. Remember to enable IPv6 routing on each router. b. On each router, configure ipv6 ospf 20 area 0 on each IPv6 interface. c. Within global ipv6 router ospf 20 configuration, configure the following interfaces as passive interfaces: Fa0/0 on R1, Fa0/0 on R3, Loopback1 on R2. d. Do a show ipv6 protocol on each router to make sure that OSPF is active, and that the correct IP subnets are included. e. Do not configure anything else in OSPF at this time. 3. Now complete Part 3.1 in your Answers. 4. Now you will set the static bandwidth values for each serial interface to match their clock rates. a. On router R1, go into interface configuration mode on interface S0/2/0 and execute bandwidth 1000, which sets the bandwidth to 1000 Kbps (or 1 Mbps). Similarly, on routers R2, R3, and R4, execute bandwidth commands on the S0/2/0 interfaces to correctly set the bandwidths according to those shown on the network diagram. Note that you must configure a bandwidth on all 4 routers. b. Execute a show interface S0/2/0 on all 4 routers to make sure that the bandwidth values are set correctly. 5. Now complete Part 3.2 in your Answers. 6. Clean up.

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