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CoN Chapter 7 Practice Skills Assessment - PT

Introduction
In this practice skills assessment, you will configure the Provincial Network with IPv4, point-to-point
Frame Relay, OSPFv2, default routes and GRE tunnels.
All configurations should be completed from a direct terminal connection to the device
console from an available host.
Some values that are required to complete the configurations may have not been given
to you. In that case, create the values that you need to complete the requirements.

You will practice and be assessed on the following skills:


Configuration of IPv4 addressing
Configuration of point-to-point Frame Relay
Configuration of HDLC
Configuration of OSPFv2
Configuration of default routes
Configuration of a GRE tunnel
You are required to configure the devices as follows:
North:
Configure IPv4 addressing.
Configure point-to-point Frame Relay on
the appropriate interfaces.
Configure HDLC on the appropriate
interfaces.
Configure OSPF for IPv4.
Configure passive interfaces.
Redistribute a default route.
Configure a GRE tunnel to South.
East:
Configure IPv4 addressing.
Configure point-to-point Frame Relay on
the appropriate interfaces.

West:

Configure OSPF for IPv4.


Configure passive interfaces.

Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing.


Configure Point-to-Point Frame-Relay on
the appropriate interfaces.
Configure OSPF for IPv4 and IPv6.
Configure passive interfaces.
South:
Configure IPv4 addressing.
Configure a GRE tunnel to North.
Configure HDLC on the appropriate
interfaces.

Configure an IPv4 default route to the


Internet.

Addressing Table:
Device

North

East

West

South

Frame Relay Table:

Interface

IP Address

Device

S0/0/0.2

192.168.0.1/30

North

S0/0/0.3

192.168.0.5/30

S0/0/1

198.51.100.1/30

T0

192.168.0.9/30

G0/0

10.2.0.1/24

S0/0/0.1

192.168.0.2/30

S0/0/0.3

192.168.0.13/30

G0/0

10.3.0.1/24

S0/0/0.1

192.168.0.6/30

S0/0/0.2

192.168.0.14/30

G0/0

10.4.0.1/24

S0/0/1

203.0.113.1/30

T0

192.168.0.10/30

East
West

Interface
S0/0/0.2
S0/0/0.3
S0/0/0.1
S0/0/0.3
S0/0/0.1
S0/0/0.2

DLCI
122
123
221
223
321
322

Instructions
All configurations must be performed through a direct terminal connection to the device
consolesfrom an available host.

Step 1: Configure HDLC interfaces on North and South.


Configure HDLC on the interfaces connected to the Internet. Use information from the Addressing
Table. The interfaces should be configured for full connectivity.

Step 2: Configure Frame Relay.


Configure Frame Relay using the information from the Frame Relay Table.
Configure the IPv4 addressing of each sub-interface.
Configure the DLCI for each sub-interface.
Step 3: Configure a GRE Tunnel between North and South.
Configure a GRE tunnel, using Tunnel interface 0, that connects North with South. Refer to the
Addressing Table.
Configure a GRE tunnel, using Tunnel interface 0, that connects South with North. Refer to the
Addressing Table.
Step 4: Configure OSPFv2.
Configure OSPF AS 1 area 0 on North, East, andWest.
Use the precise inverse mask for each network statement.
Only send OSPF updates out of the required interfaces.
Configure North to distribute a default route to the Internet.
Step 5: Configure static and dynamic routing.
Create a next-hop default route to the Internet on North.
Create a directly-attached default route to the Internet on South.
Last Updated: June, 2014
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