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You are a network engineer for your small to medium sized business.

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In this capstone project, you will demonstrate your ability to 

-Design a VLSM addressing scheme

-Configure DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 

-Configure VLANs, Inter-VLAN routing, and Layer 3 switching

-Configure EtherChannel

-Configure HSRP

-Configure Wireless Access 

-Configure switch security

-Configure static routes 

 

Scenario

You are a network engineer for your small to medium sized business. You and your team have been assigned to design a dual-stack network that uses the static routing protocol. The network consists of two branch routers that are connected to a headquarters router. Additionally, HQ’s router has a connection to an offsite server and wireless network. Branch-1 router consists of a switched network containing multiple VLANs and HSRP. Branch-2 consists of a dual stack network and a network with 5 VLANs configured on a multilayer switched network. You will set up the topology in packet tracer as shown below.

 

 

 

 

Network equipment

1. Five routers

a. One headquarters router

b. Two branch routers

c. Two routers for Branch 1

2. Six switches

a. Four switches to support redundancy and EtherChannel in Branch-1

b. One switch to support the dual stack LAN.

c. One switch to support VLAN 300 and VLAN 400

3. One multilayer switch (Model 3560) to support VLANs and IPv6. 

4. One WAP to support Mobile Sales Staff 

 

Network information 

1. VLANs on MLS. Network will use 172.20.240.0/20 for 5 subnets. End devices will be assigned addresses via DHCP and DHCPv6. Intermediary devices will use static IP addressing. 

a. VLAN 100 Staff 

b. VLAN 200 HR

c. VLAN 300 IT

d. VLAN 400 Research

e. VLAN 500 RemoteManagement 

2. VLANs on Branch-1. VLANs will be provided addresses from 10.55.240.0/20 based on host requirements that follow. End devices will be assigned addresses via DHCP. Intermediary devices will use static IP addressing. 

a. VLAN 10 Manufacturing – 95 hosts

b. VLAN 20 Engineering – 200 hosts  

c. VLAN 30 Admin – 500 hosts 

d. VLAN 40 Staff – 20 hosts 

e. VLAN 50 DeviceManager – 8 hosts 

3. Three WAN links and two point-to-point Ethernet links (between BR-1A and BR-1B) will use addresses remaining in 10.55.240.0/20

4. The interface connecting HQ to the Internet Server will use the first address in 209.168.200.224/30. The server is assigned the second address. For IPv6 the interface will use 2001:db8:abcd:1234::ffff:1/64 and the server will use 2001:db8:abcd:1234::ffff:f/64.

5. Branch-2’s Dual Stack Network will use the 172.16.30.32/27 and 2001:db8:cafe:a::/64 addressing space. Servers and the router interfaces are assigned static IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. The PCs are assigned addresses via DHCP and DHCPv6 stateless. 

6. The link between Branch-2 and MLS will use the first and second addresses in the 192.168.25.252/30 and the 2001:db8:cafe::/64 addressing space. 

7.  End devices in the Wireless Network will use addresses in the 10.10.10.0/24 addressing space assigned via DHCP.

 

General directions for IPv4 addressing.

a. Apply the network address scheme for hosts and LAN and WAN interfaces.

1. Routers will be assigned the first usable address in the network.

2. Management SVIs are assigned an address with the first 7 addresses in the network.

3. Configure router and SVI interfaces with appropriate descriptions. 

b. PCs will receive addresses via DHCPv4.

 

Devise the IPv4 network addressing scheme for Branch-1’s networks and WAN links.

a. Subnet 10.55.240.0/20 to accommodate the specifications listed in the LAN information section.

b. Use VLSM efficiently to conserve addresses and allow for scalability.

c. Standby IP addresses will serve as default gateway addresses.

 

 

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