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Routing between vlans and ping test

Console Based   |    GUI Based

Console Based:

Description: Lab Exercise explains routing between multiple vlans

Instructions:

1. Choose device SW1 from network diagram and exit

2. Enter into configuration mode of SW1

3. Create two vlans by name test1 and test2 with vlan id 10 and vlan id 20 respectively

4. Make the interfaces ge-0/0/0 as member of test1

5. Make the interface ge-0/0/1 as member of test2

6. Configure layer 3 interface and assign ip address for each vlan interface

7. Create DHCP services on the EX switch by creating a DHCP pool for vlan 10 first

8. Associate l3 interface for created vlan 10

9. Create DHCP services on the EX switch by creating a DHCP pool for vlan 20

10. Associate l3 interface for created vlan 20

11.To assign ip address to PC1 click network diagram button and in network diagram window click PC1 icon from the diagram and type ip dhcp command to obtain ip address via dhcp server

12. To assign ip address to PC2 click network diagram button and in network diagram window click PC2 icon from the diagram and type ip dhcp command to obtain ip address via dhcp server

13. Now ping PC2 from PC1 or PC1 from PC2 and see that it is successful.

GUI Based :

Instructions:

1. Select device SW1 from select device drop down create two vlans by name test1 and test2 with vlan id 10 and 20 respectively.

2. To do this select Switching >VLAN from left pane and add Vlan window enter test1 as Vlan name and 10 as vlan id and click Add button , next enter test2 as vlan name and 20 vlan id and click Add button and then OK button.

3. To assign ge-0/0/0 interface to member of the created vlan again click Switching >VLAN from left pane , in Add VLAN window click Ports tab select ge-0/0/0 from interface port drop down and select test1 from vlan member drop down and click OK button.

4. To assign ge-0/0/1 interface to member of vlan 20 click Switching >VLAN from left pane , in Add VLAN window click Ports tab select ge-0/0/1 from interface port drop down and select test2 from vlan member drop down and click OK button.

5. To create layer 3 interface and assign ip address to vlan interface 10 , click Switching > vlan from left pane and in Add Vlan window click IP address tab and select 10 from Vlan unit drop down and enter 192.168.10.1 as ip address and 24 as prefix and click OK button. To assign ip address vlan interface 20 , click Switching > Vlan from left pane and in Add Vlan window click IP address tab and select 20 from Vlan unit drop down and enter 192.168.20.1 as ip address and 24 as prefix and click OK button.

6. To associate l3 interface for vlan 10 and vlan 20 ,again click Switching > VLAN from left pane and in Add vlan window click IP address tab and in l3-interface Configuration select 10 from vlan unit drop down and test1 from vlan member drop down and click OK button. Again go to switching >VLAN and Add Vlan window click IP address tab and in l3- interface configuration select 20 from vlan unit drop down and test2 from vlan member drop down and click OK button

7. To configure SW1 as DHCP server select Services > DHCP Server from left navigation pane

8. DHCP Pool information window appears click Add button.

9. In DHCP Pool and Server configuration window enter DHCP subnet as 192.168.10.0/24 , low address range as 192.168.10.1 and high address range as 192.168.10.50 default lease time 23456, server identifier 192.168.10.1 ,Domain Name sample.com , DNS name server 192.168.10.1 , Gateway router 192.168.10.1 and click OK button. 10. Click Add button again in DHCP pool information window to configure another pool of information

10.In DHCP Pool and Server configuration window enter DHCP subnet as 192.168.20.0/24 , low address range as 192.168.20.1 and high address range as 192.168.20.50 default lease time 54631, server identifier 192.168.20.1 ,Domain Name xyz.com , DNS name server 192.168.20.1 , Gateway router 192.168.20.1 and click OK button.

11. To obtain IP address to PC1 via DHCP server select device PC1 and select PC IPV4 properties from left navigation pane , PC IPV4 properties window appears select option button obtain IP address automatically (if it was not selected) and click OK button

12. To obtain IP address to PC2 select the device PC2 and follow step 12.

13. Now ping PC1 from PC2 or ping PC2 from PC1 and see that ping is successful.

Note: Please refer to the CertExams.com Juniper Network Simulator software for complete lab with GUI Interface.

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