SIM 1: Spanning Tree
-Switch should not participate in VTP
-Switch should forward VTP advertisement that are received on trunk ports
-All non-trunking interfaces (f0/1-f0/24) should immediately to the forwarding state of the Spanning tree.
-Config all Fast Ethernet port such as they are nontrunking.
*But dont enter 'vtp mode transparent' command at begining of configuration. if you do that you will not be able to add vlan 10 to the switch. vlan 10 is not existing in the switch and it needs to be created, it will create automatically if you follow the pass4sure answer. In transparent mode vlan creation is not possible. So, do every configuration and the last moment change the vtp mode to transparent.
Switch(config)#interface range fa0/1 - 24
Switch(config-if-range)#switchport mode access (Brings the interfaces into access mode)
Switch(config-if-range)#spanning-tree portfast (Enables the PortFast on interface.)
_The fastEthernet interfaces 0/12 through 0/24 should be placed in VLAN 20
Switch(config)#interface range fa0/12 - 24
Switch(config-if-range)#switchport access vlan 20 (Makes the members of vlan 20)
Switch(config)#vtp mode transparent
Switch#copy run start
Spanning tree PortFast is a Catalyst feature that causes a switch or trunk port to enter the spanning tree Forwarding state immediately, bypassing the Listening and Learning states. IOS-based switches only use PortFast on access ports connected to end stations. When a device is connected to a port, the port normally enters the spanning tree Listening state. When the Forward Delay timer expires, the port enters the Learning state. When the Forward Delay timer expires a second time, the port is transitioned to the Forwarding or Blocking state. When PortFast is enabled on a switch or trunk port, the port is immediately transitioned to the Forwarding state. As soon as the switch detects the link, the port is transitioned to the Forwarding state (less than 2 seconds after the cable is plugged in).
SIM 2 : VTP
These are your specific tasks:
1. Configure the VTP information with the distribution layer switch as the VTP server
DLSwitch(config)#vtp mode server
DLSwitch(config)#vtp domain CISCO
2. Configure VLANs on the distribution layer switch
3.Configure Ip address for Vlans :
DLSwitch(config)#int vlan 20
DLSwitch(if-config)#ip add 172.16.200.1 255.255.255.0
DLSwitch(if-config)#int vlan 21
DLSwitch(if-config)#ip add 172.16.39.1 255.255.255.0
4. Configure inter-VLAN routing on the distribution layer switch
DLSwitch#copy run start
5. Configure the VTP information with the access layer switch as a VTP client
ALSwitch(config)#vtp mode client
ALSwitch(config)#vtp domain CISCO
ALSwitch#copy run start
SIM 3: EIGRP - ISIS
- Seed metric for IS-IS must be set to 15. Redistribute EIGPR routes into IS-IS as Level-1 routes.
Cordon# conf t
Cordon(config)# router isis
Cordon(config-router)# redistribute eigrp 100 level-1 metric 15
The current situation is such as Area 0 and Area 2 have been configured correctly as follows:
-the S0/1 interface of Atlanta is in Area 0.
-The S0/0 interface of StLouis is in Area 0.
-The loopback address of Atlanta is in Area2.
Your boss at the Seattle, has asked you to Area 1 as follows:
-the S0/0 interface of Seattle should be in Area 1
-the S0/1 interface of StLouis should be in Area 1
-no other interfaces should be in Area 1
-no external routes or inter-area, with the exception of the default route, should be receive by Area 1. As a final advice Seattle tells you to make sure that you use the appropriate OSPF mask.
Seattle# conf t
Seattle(config)# router ospf 1
Seattle(config-router)# network 192.168.8.4 0.0.0.3 area 1
Seattle(config-router)# area 1 stub (This command is configured on each router in the stub location)
Seattle# copy run start
StLouis# conf t
StLouis(config)# router ospf 1
StLouis(config-router)# network 192.168.8.4 0.0.0.3 area 1
StLouis(config-router)# area 1 stub no-summary (The no-summary keyword creates a totally stubby area)
StLouis# copy run start
- Stub area -A stub area is an area that does not accept information about routes external to the autonomous system, the OSPF internetwork, such as routes from non-OSPF sources. If routers need to reach networks outside the autonomous system, they use a default route. A default route is noted as 0.0.0.0/0.
- Totally stubby area - A totally stubby area is an area that does not accept external autonomous system (AS) routes and summary routes from other areas internal to the autonomous system. Instead, if the router needs to send a packet to a network external to the area, it sends it using a 0.0.0.0/0 default route. Totally stubby areas are a Cisco proprietary feature.