Router Configuration in GNS3

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Experience Level: Intermediate
I have two GNS3 Topology files.

I require that the first topology be configured as follows:

• All interfaces are to be addresses using the addressing scheme shown in the topology diagram.
• Run OSPF instance 65000 on routers R1, R2 & R3, advertising all interfaces and summarizing where necessary.
• Adjust OSPF timers between R1, R2 and R3 for a hello interval and dead interval of 5 and 15 seconds respectively.
• Apply secure interface authentication between R1, R2 & R3, use the MD5 password of ANTROCKS
• Configure R3 to perform PAT overload on R3 Fa0/0 for all loopback interfaces within the OSPF network.
• Configure R3 and R4 for BGP, peering using interface addresses.
• On R3, advertise suitable summaries of the OSPF loopback interfaces into BGP.
• On R4, advertise Lo0 into BGP, and also inject a default route into the ITA network.
• Redistribute BGP routes into OSPF, but prevent the route to from being advertised into area 0.

Regarding the second topology I have come up with a scenario that a move to an open standard routing protocol and IP version 6 is pending. A brief written review of OSPFv3 with a sample configuration to highlight any issues with setting the network up as IPv6 replacing OSPFv2 with OSPFv3 is required along with a brief review of OSPFv3 excluding sample configuration based on the network topology (You do need to include all 3 routers configurations) and discuss the impact to the network.

The topology's are set up and will be sent to you. The deadline for this is 05th December 2011 (end of day) and this cannot be extended. I'm will be using this as part of a presentation/session to part time students on the advantages of GNS3 over Packet Tracer which has been moved 2 weeks earlier due to circumstances beyond my control.

I still have time to perform advanced configuration on each topology if this deadline is met, you will not be required to do this.

A running config of each router for the first topology is required and running config for 1 router for the second topology. The topology files will need to be saved to ensure the running configurations of each router are also saved.

If possible a brief explanation of the output of the following commands on the first topology would be desirable otherwise I can do this myself.

configuration and implementation of the network. You need to show a clear understanding of the configuration and how it relates to the network requirements. Within the report provided screen shots and an explanation of the following:

• Show ip route on R2, R3 & R4
• Show ip interface brief on all routers
• Show ip protocol on all routers
• Show ip bgp summary from all routers
• Show ip ospf neighbour
• Show ip nat translation and show ip nat binding from R3

A guide with complete information will be sent to the winning bidder.

Thank you

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