Connect to R1 and set the IP Address of Ethernet and Serial interfaces
as given in the table and enable the interfaces
facilitate communication between R2 and R3, enable RIP Routing Protocol
on R1 and add the network for Ethernet 0 and serial 0 interfaces
Connect to R2 and set the IP Address of Ethernet interface as given in
the table and enable the interface
R2, enable RIP and add the network for Ethernet 0
R2, ping R1ís Ethernet 0 interface to ensure that the connection
Connect to R3 and set the IP Address of Serial interface as given in the
table and enable the interface and ping R1ís Serial 0 interface
verify that you can ping R2ís Ethernet interface from R3
Enter into global configuration mode of R1
create Extended Access List that accomplishes two things.
Allow only telnet traffic from the subnet off of R1ís Serial 0
interface to come into R1.
Next, allow any traffic from R1ís Ethernet 0 subnet to travel anywhere
Create access list 101 to allow only telnet traffic from the
192.168.200.16 subnet. Use the keyword log to display output to the
router every time this line on the access list is invoked.
Create access list 102 to permit all traffic from 192.168.200.0 subnet
and use the keyword log.
apply these access lists on the interfaces, enter into interface
configuration mode for Serial 0 interface of R1 and apply access list
101 inbound and 101 outbound and access list 102 inbound for Ethernet 0
Note: Please refer to the CertExams.com Network Simulator software for complete lab with commands.