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1 Standard router configuration for training ISP network Region3: Basic Conf Router7: hostname Router7 ip cef no ip domain-lookup no ip http server no ip http secure-server no ip finger no service pad no service udp-small-servers no service tcp-small-server no ip bootp server no ip source-route logging source- logging buffered service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec clock timezone AEST 10 ip routing ip subnet-zero ip classless line console 0

2 logging synchronous transport preferred none Basic Conf Router8: hostname Router8 ip cef no ip domain-lookup no ip http server no ip http secure-server no ip finger no service pad no service udp-small-servers no service tcp-small-server no ip bootp server no ip source-route logging source- logging buffered service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec clock timezone AEST 10 ip routing ip subnet-zero ip classless line console 0 logging synchronous transport preferred none Basic Conf Router9: hostname Router9 ip cef no ip domain-lookup no ip http server no ip http secure-server no ip finger no service pad no service udp-small-servers no service tcp-small-server no ip bootp server

3 no ip source-route logging source- logging buffered service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec clock timezone AEST 10 ip routing ip subnet-zero ip classless line console 0 logging synchronous transport preferred none Basic Conf r17-car3: hostname r17-car3 ip cef no ip domain-lookup no ip http server no ip http secure-server no ip finger no service pad no service udp-small-servers no service tcp-small-server no ip bootp server no ip source-route logging source- logging buffered service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec clock timezone AEST 10 ip routing ip subnet-zero ip classless line console 0 logging synchronous transport preferred none

4 Basic Conf r18-cbr3: hostname r18-cbr3 ip cef no ip domain-lookup no ip http server no ip http secure-server no ip finger no service pad no service udp-small-servers no service tcp-small-server no ip bootp server no ip source-route logging source- logging buffered service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec clock timezone AEST 10 ip routing ip subnet-zero ip classless line console 0 logging synchronous transport preferred none

5 Interface configuration of training ISP network Region 3: IPv4 Interface Conf Router7: description Router7 Loopback ip address description WAN R7-R8 ip address description WAN R7-R9 ip address

6 description Customer WAN R7-CAR3 no cdp enable ip address Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] IPv6 Interface Conf Router7: ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef ipv6 address 2406:6400:0000:0000::7/128 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0020::2/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0022::1/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0020:0000::1/64 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping 2406:6400:000E:0020::1 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:000E:0022::2 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0020:0000::2 [!!!!!]

7 IPv4 Interface Conf Router8: description Router8 Loopback ip address description WAN R8-R7 ip address description WAN R8-R9 ip address description Purple Transport Link ip address interface fa0/1 description Green Transport Link ip address interface e1/3 description Router8 DC net ip address

8 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] Verify transport link: ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] IPv6 Interface Conf Router8: ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef ipv6 address 2406:6400:0000:0000::8/128 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0020::1/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0021::1/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0002:0000::3/48 interface fa0/1 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0003:0000::3/48 interface e1/3 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0C00:0000::1/64 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping 2406:6400:000E:0020::2 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:000E:0021::2 [!!!!!]

9 Verify transport link: ping 2406:6400:0002:0000::1 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0002:0000::2 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0002:0000::4 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0003:0000::1 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0003:0000::2 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0003:0000::4 [!!!!!] IPv4 Interface Conf Router9: description Router9 Loopback ip address description WAN R9-R8 ip address description WAN R9-R7 ip address description Customer WAN R9-CBR3 no cdp enable ip address

10 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] ping [!!!!!] IPv6 Interface Conf Router9: ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef ipv6 address 2406:6400:0000:0000::9/128 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0021::2/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:000E:0022::2/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0024:0000::1/64 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping 2406:6400:000E:0021::1 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:000E:0022::1 [!!!!!] ping 2406:6400:0024:0000::2 [!!!!!]

11 IPv4 Interface Conf r17-car3: description r17-car3 Loopback ip address interface fa0/1 description Upstream WAN R7-r17-CAR3 ip address no cdp enable description LAN r17-car3 ip address Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping [!!!!!] IPv6 Interface Conf r17-car3: ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef ipv6 address 2406:6400:C000:0000::1/128 interface fa0/1 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0020:0000::2/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:C000:0001::1/64

12 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping 2406:6400:0020:0000::1 [!!!!!] IPv4 Interface Conf r18-cbr3: description r18-cbr3 Loopback ip address interface fa0/1 description Upstream WAN R9-r18-CBR3 ip address no cdp enable description LAN r18-cbr3 ip address Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping [!!!!!] IPv6 Interface Conf r18-cbr3: ipv6 unicast-routing ipv6 cef ipv6 address 2406:6400:D800:0000::1/128

13 interface fa0/1 ipv6 address 2406:6400:0024:0000::2/64 ipv6 address 2406:6400:D800:0001::1/64 Verify point-to-point connectivity: ping 2406:6400:0024:0000::1 [!!!!!]

14 Configuration of OSPF in training ISP network Region3: IPv4 OSPF Conf Router7: router ospf log-adjacency-changes passive-interface default network area 3 no passive- network area 3 no passive- network area 3 Verify IPv4 OSPF Configuration: sh ip ospf neighbor sh ip ospf database sh ip route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]...

15 ping [any customer prefix].. debug ip ospf packet debug ip ospf adj IPv6 OSPF Conf Router7: ipv6 ospf area 3 ipv6 ospf area 3 ipv6 ospf area 3 Verify IPv6 OSPF Configuration: sh ipv6 ospf neighbor sh ipv6 ospf database sh ipv6 route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]... ping [any customer prefix].. debug ipv6 ospf packet debug ipv6 ospf adj IPv4 OSPF Conf Router8: router ospf log-adjacency-changes passive-interface default network area 0 no passive- network area 3 no passive- network area 3 no passive- network area 0 no passive-interface fa0/1 network area 0

16 Verify IPv4 OSPF Configuration: sh ip ospf neighbor sh ip ospf database sh ip route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]... ping [any customer prefix].. debug ip ospf packet debug ip ospf adj IPv6 OSPF Conf Router8: ipv6 ospf area 0 ipv6 ospf area 0 interface fa0/1 ipv6 ospf area 0 ipv6 ospf area 3 ipv6 ospf area 3 Verify IPv6 OSPF Configuration: sh ipv6 ospf neighbor sh ipv6 ospf database sh ipv6 route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]... ping [any customer prefix].. debug ipv6 ospf packet debug ipv6 ospf adj IPv4 OSPF Conf Router9: router ospf log-adjacency-changes passive-interface default network area 3

17 no passive- network area 3 no passive- network area 3 Verify IPv4 OSPF Configuration: sh ip ospf neighbor sh ip ospf database sh ip route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]... ping [any customer prefix].. debug ip ospf packet debug ip ospf adj IPv6 OSPF Conf Router9: ipv6 ospf area 3 ipv6 ospf area 3 ipv6 ospf area 3 Verify IPv6 OSPF Configuration: sh ipv6 ospf neighbor sh ipv6 ospf database sh ipv6 route ospf ping [router1.up to router12 loopback]!!!!! ping [all WAN interface & transport interface]!!!!! ping [any datacenter prefix]... ping [any customer prefix].. debug ipv6 ospf packet debug ipv6 ospf adj

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