32524 LANs and Routing Assignment Help

32524 LANs and Routing Assignment Help

Figure 1: Design hierarchical IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes to meet addressing requirements

(Source: CISCO)

 It is actually a Design of the IPv4 & IPv6 Architecture (Akter, M.S. and Hossain, 2019.). The objective of the Design hierarchical IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes to meet addressing fulfilled. Here two pc has been used with IP address of 209.165.200.225, 209.165.200.229 respectively.

 

Figure 2: Configure RIPv2 with simple route redistribution for IPv4

(Source: CISCO)

 

It is basically the configuration of RIPv2 with the help of IPv4 Configuration.

Figure 3: Configure floating default static routes for conditional redundancy at the ISP.

(Source: CISCO)

It is basically the configuration of floating static Routes.

Figure 4: IP Configuration on PC1

(Source: CISCO)

Figure 5: IP Configuration on PC2

(Source: CISCO)

Figure 6: Design of IPv4

(Source: CISCO)

Figure 7: Successful Route Setup

(Source: CISCO) 

It defines that the route setup is successful and data transfer from one pc to another is perfectly working (Ashraf, Z. and Yousaf, M., 2016). It can be understood from the above figure that message is received from one to PC to another pc, no packet is not reject, the level of loss is 0%. 4 packets were sent all four packets are received to the pc2 end. 

Figure 8: Ping of PC1

(Source: CISCO)

Figure 9: Ping of PC2

(Source: CISCO)

From these ping results it defines that the connection between two PC is perfectly done.

Figure 10: Static Routing

(Source: CISCO)

The main objective is to form the static route among the router 1, router2 and the router3 (Dhanapal, A. and Nithyanandam, P., 2018). The configuration is successfully set up. Here router type ‘1941’ has been used.

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Journals

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Ashraf, Z. and Yousaf, M., 2016. SECURE INTER-VLAN IPv6 ROUTING: IMPLEMENTATION & EVALUATION. Science International28(3).

Ashraf, Z. and Yousaf, M., 2017. Optimized routing information exchange in hybrid IPv4-IPv6 network using OSPFV3 & EIGRPv6. IJACSA) International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications8(4).

Bedi, P. and Dua, A., 2020. Network Steganography using the Overflow Field of Timestamp Option in an IPv4 Packet. Procedia Computer Science171, pp.1810-1818.

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Hossain, M.A., Podder, D., Jahan, S. and Hussain, M., 2016. Performance Analysis of Three Transition Mechanisms between IPv6 Network and IPv4 Network: Dual Stack, Tunneling and Translation. International Journal of Computer (IJC)20(1), pp.217-228.

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