Welcome in to the more advanced of our OSPF Labs. If you remember on the first lab we just basically set up OSPF on a, on a Broadcast Network on a Point-to-Point network and you know, we, we set up the networks and it just kind of worked. In this lab, we're going to do things a little more differently. We've got a much more complex Network Infrastructure and there it is. It's got six routers in it and a bunch of Frame Relay Switches in the middle of them and we're going to through this lab, just kind of take a tour, take a look at the objectives for the lab and then we're going to jump right in and we're going, we're going to see OSPF works on all of these various NBMA technologies. So the first you'll notice is that we have three areas, Area 0, Area 42 and the infamous Area 51 over here on the right. We have two ABRs for the West and the East and each of these areas uses a different type a technology. This area up here, Area 0, the backbone area, we use the Non-Broadcast type of network topology. This will use the Point-to-Multipoint and this will use the Point-to-Point and by doing this you'll see each of the different types of topologies and how they all work together and how you have to configure each of them differently. Now as with the other labs we've done, there are objectives for this lab and so look over them real quick. OSPF Lab two objectives. The first objective is configure OSPF routing in Areas 0 and 42 using the Default OSPF network types ie no IP OSPF Network Commands may be used on any routers in these areas. The East router should be configured as the RFC standard Point-to-Multipoint Network type, so it's this area here. This Area 51 will be the Point-to-Multipoint Network type but no other routers in Area 51 maybe configured with an IP OSPF Network Command. Number two configure the hub routers for each of the Multi-point areas as the DR for that area. Now that's, that's kind of a trick objective because there's really only one Multi-point Network that uses a DR and that's this top network up here, in Area 0. You'll recall the Point-to-Multipoint, both the Broadcast and the Non-Broadcast Variance of that network type, they don't use a Designated Router or a Backup Designated Router, so we're going to configure the Designated Router properly, we're going to force a specific router up here in Area 0 to be the DR. Number three, advertise the Loopback Interface on each router into OSPF. Each one of these routers has a single Loopback Interface, the Loopback Network maybe advertised into any area. So for our Area Border Routers here we can take it's Loopback and advertise it into areas down here or up into Area 0, whichever strikes our fancy at the time. Number four there is a hidden configuration issue with this lab. Correct the issue without changing the underlying Frame Relay Configuration. You might have a bit of a clue given the fact that you can't change the underlying Frame Relay Configuration and by not changing that configuration, I mean you can't go into this Frame Relay Switch and set up new DLCIs and everything like that. You could set up new maps and everything, but I may have said too much already. We'll run across the hidden configuration issue when we start to do objective five, which is verify that the router in Area 42, this Dallas router down here can Ping the Loopback Interfaces on the routers in Area 51. So once this lab is up and running and working like it should, we should be able to Ping Boston and Newark's Loopback IP addresses from the Dallas router. So all that being said let's dive right in. We're going to start up here with our Broadcast type of network and that's in Area 0. So we'll go onto our HQ router and we'll go into Privileged Exec Mode. First thing we'll do is Show IP Interface Brief just so I know what interfaces we're dealing with. There's our Frame Relay Interface, 192.168.1.1, there's our Loopback Interface, 18.104.22.168. So the first thing we do, go into Config Mode, Config T, do Router OSPF 1 and that starts up OSPF Configuration Mode and we're going to specify the Router IDs on all of these routers. It's honestly a good habit to get into, because you'll recall that the Router ID could change if your Loopback address or changes or if OSPF reloads and there's a, a new interface out there that you weren't counting on and the Router ID comes into play when you're setting up Virtual Links and you don't want this Router ID changing so we're going to specify it for all the routers in this configuration, just to get in that habit. So we'll do Router ID 22.214.171.124 even though that is the Router ID it would have picked by default, we're going, we're going to force the issue. Now the next thing we're going to do is we're just going to advertise our two networks into OSPF. So we'll do the 192.168 and the 1.1 network. So we'll do Network 192.168.1.1 0.0.0.255, whoops, forgot the Area 0. Area 0 and we'll do Network 126.96.36.199 0.0.0.0 Area 0. So now that that's done, we'll write our config just to be on the safe side and now we'll move onto the West and the East routers and we'll do pretty much the same thing on them. So we'll go over here to West, I'll go into Privileged Exec Mode, Config T, whoops, first we'll do Show IP Interface Brief and there's our Frame Relay Interface for Area 0. Obviously the West and the East routers are ABRs so it has in interface in both areas. In this case we're interested in the interface on the East router that's in this network and that is serial 0 slash 0.1. So we will do Router OSPF 1. We will set the Router ID, we'll force the issue to be 188.8.131.52. So we'll do Router ID 184.108.40.206, do Network 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255. I always forget the area command when I'm doing OSPF, I, I don't deal with OSPF nearly as much as I should and we'll do Network 220.127.116.11 0.0.0.0 Area 0. And we'll pick up with our lab in the next video.
|Course:||Implementing Cisco IP Routing (642-902 ROUTE)|
|Duration:||10 hrs / 105 lessons|
|Captions:||Available on CD and Online University|
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