I have provided you with a network. I have applied proper IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and Default Gateways on everything EXCEPT Router1. Using your device IP addresses and your router’s routing tables/

I have provided you with a network. I have applied proper IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and Default Gateways on everything EXCEPT Router1. Using your device IP addresses and your router’s routing tables/configurations you must find what IP Addresses are applied to which interfaces and the network ID and subnet mask of all networks.

Step 1: Set up basic configurations on Router1: a. Device Name b. Assign Ci$c0Rox! as the privileged Exec Encrypted Password (The “o” in Cisco is the number zero) c. Assign Ci$c0Rulz! as the password on the console line (The “o” in Cisco is the number zero) d. Setup SSH version 2 i. Domain Name: Lab.com ii. Username: [Your 1st Name] Encrypted Password: S$HisSooperSecur3! e. Professional Banner Warning f. Encrypt Plain Text Passwords g. Apply the Proper IP Addresses to the proper interfaces i. G0/0 Use the last IP Address of the subnet ii. S0/0/1 Use 209.65.80.69 /30

Step 2: Using 1 directly connected static route send all remote traffic to Router2. Remember Router1 is a Stub Router.

Step 3: On Router2, set up a directly connected static route that sends traffic for the Branch Network to Router4.

Step 4: On Router2, create a directly connected floating static route sending traffic for the Branch Network to Router3.

Step 5: On Router 3, create a directly connected static route sending traffic for the Branch Network to Router 4.

Step 6: On Router4, create a recursive static route sending traffic for the HQ Network to Router2.

Step 7: On Router4, create a recursive floating static route sending traffic for the HQ Network to Router3.

Step 8: On Router3, create a recursive static route sending traffic for the HQ Network to Router2.

Step 9: On Router2, create a recursive static route sending traffic for the HQ Network to Router1.

Testing: You should be able to ping from PC0 to PC1. To test your floating static route just delete the cable between Router2 and Router4. You should still be able to ping from PC0 to PC1.

***MAKE SURE YOU RECONNECT THE SERIAL CABLE BETWEEN ROUTER2 AND ROUTER4 BEFORE YOU TURN IN YOUR HANDS ON TEST***

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