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CCNA: Routing & Switching Essentials Troubleshooting (Layer 3) – NETLAB Edition Topology Diagram These labs were created with Cisco 4300 series routers using IOS XE 16 and Cisco 2960

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Kevin Wells | Illinois Central College

CCNA: Routing & Switching Essentials

Troubleshooting (Layer 3) – NETLAB Edition

Topology Diagram

These labs were created with Cisco 4300 series routers using IOS XE 16 and Cisco 2960

series switches. If you use any other device, you may need to adjust the broken configurations

accordingly prior to beginning the lab.

Note: Make sure that the routers and switches have been erased and have no startup

configurations before adding the broken configurations. All usernames (if any) are “admin”, all

passwords (if any) are “cisco”.

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IP Addressing Table

Device Interface IPv4 Address IPv6 Address IPv6 LinkLocal

Default

Gateway

West

Lo99 9.3.3.1 /29 2001:DB8:DEAD::99/64

FE80::1 N/A

G0/0/0 10.100.5.2 /30

G0/0/1.10

G0/0/1.20 10.20.20.1 /27

G0/0/1.30

G0/0/1.40 2001:DB8:ACAD:D100::1/64

G0/0/1.50

East

Lo88 8.8.8.8 /25 2001:DB8:FACE::88/64

FE80::3 N/A

G0/0/0 2001:DB8:FADE:1::1/64

G0/0/1.10 2001:DB8:ACAD:A100::3/64

G0/0/1.20

G0/0/1.30 10.30.30.3 /24

G0/0/1.40

G0/0/1.50

ALS1

VLAN 40 10.40.40.10 (DHCP)

N/A N/A 10.50.50.2

VLAN 50 10.50.50.50 /25

ALS2

VLAN 30 10.30.30.10 (DHCP)

N/A N/A 10.50.50.2

VLAN 50 10.50.50.100 /25

PC-A NIC 10.10.10.10 (DHCP) 2001:DB8:ACAD:A100::X 10.10.10.2

FE80::1

PC-B NIC 10.20.20.10 (DHCP) 2001:DB8:ACAD:B100::X 10.20.20.2

FE80::1

Part 1: Basic Understanding of the Topology

a. East and West should be configured for HSRP

(IPv4). VLANs 10, 30, & 50 traffic should go West.

VLANs 20 & 40 should go East.

b. West will be the DHCPv4 server for VLANs 10 & 30

and East will serve for VLANs 20 & 40. For IPv6,

VLAN 10 will get their address from West, VLAN 20

will get theirs from East.

VLAN VLAN Name

10 Square

20 Circle

30 Triangle

40 Cross

50 MGMT&NATIVE

99 Blackhole

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Part 2: Verify Network Connectivity

Step 1: Verify end-to-end connectivity.

a. Take corrective action if results are other than expected.

From Protocol To Expected Results Success?

PC-A ping (IPv4 & IPv6) PC-B Ping should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4 & IPv6) Loopback 88 Pings should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4 & IPv6) Loopback 99 Pings should be successful.

PC-B ping (IPv4 & IPv6) Loopback 88 Pings should be successful.

PC-B ping (IPv4 & IPv6) Loopback 99 Pings should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4) ALS1 VLAN 50 Ping should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4) ALS2 VLAN 50 Ping should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4) 10.30.30.10 Ping should be successful.

PC-A ping (IPv4) 10.40.40.10 Ping should be successful.

Note: It may be necessary to disable the PC firewall for pings to be successful

Step 2: Verify redundancy by simulating Internet failure.

a. Take corrective action if results are other than expected.

From Command To Expected Results Success?

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should route through West.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should go direct to Lo88.

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should go direct to Lo99.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should route through East.

b. Issue the shutdown command on East’s & West’s G0/0/0 (you must do both).

From Command To Expected Results Success?

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should route through West.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should go direct to Lo88.

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should go direct to Lo99.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should route through East.

c. Issue the no shutdown command on East’s & West’s G0/0/0.

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Step 3: Verify redundancy by simulating a default-gateway failure.

a. Take corrective action if results are other than expected.

b. Issue the shutdown command on West’s G0/0/1.

From Command To Expected Results Success?

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should go direct to Lo88.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should go direct to Lo88.

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should route through East.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should route through East.

c. Issue the no shutdown command on West’s G0/0/1.

d. Issue the shutdown command on East’s G0/0/1.

From Command To Expected Results Success?

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should route through West.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should route through West.

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should go direct to Lo99.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should go direct to Lo99.

e. Issue the no shutdown command on East’s G0/0/1.

f. Verify that the preferred settings are currently set.

From Command To Expected Results Success?

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should route through West.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 88 Trace should go direct to Lo88.

PC-A tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should go direct to Lo99.

PC-B tracert (IPv4) Loopback 99 Trace should route through East.

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Part 3: Documentation

a. This page of the lab needs to be turned in for the lab to be considered complete.

Step 1: Document the problems in the lab

a. Please list the device, the technology (protocol) related to the issue in addition to any steps taken to

resolve the issue itself.

No. Device Issue and Solution

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NAME #1 NAME #2 Reservation ID# Date Completed

 

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