EIGRP Enabler exercise 3 asked you to configure four routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. If you’ve not seen these before, check out the Routing Protocol Enabler intro post. Otherwise, it’s straightforward, so keep going!
The goal is to get so good at your OSPF and EIGRP network commands that you get bored with all these exercises. There yet? If not, here’s another. As always with the EIGRP and OSPF Enabler exercises, your job: read
This latest EIGRP Enabler exercise asked you to configure three routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. This post lists the answers – simple enough.
Now for some more EIGRP work. Your job: read and react to a set of requirements to then choose how to configure about a dozen EIGRP network commands. Simple, useful, do it and move on to the next thing!
The first EIGRP Enabler exercise asked you to configure four routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. This post lists the answers – simple enough.
At some point, you need to master the network commands used with routing protocol configuration. This exercise gives you some practice on that one specific point, specific to EIGRP configuration. Your job: read and react to a set of requirements
To create a point-to-point GRE tunnel, you just need a few commands. The tricky part is to figure out what parameters to plug into the commands, particularly for the source and destination of each end of the tunnel. Check out
GRE tunnels, without the encryption, can be a breeze to configure and verify – you just need to practice the variations. Today’s post does just that, with a lab topology that looks like two enterprise routers connected to the Internet,
This lab has some repetitive configuration elements for EIGRPv6. Check out the original lab first, and then come here to check out your answers. The main task in this case: Get EIGRP working for IPv6 in a three router
EIGRP for IPv6 – often called EIGRPv6 – has a nice clean configuration process. This lab asks you to follow that process, with a few small wrinkles. If you have the basics down, you should be able to work this