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Router1 Configuration
 
 interface fastethernet0/0.1                      <- Create The Sub-Interface
   encapsulation dot1q 1                          <- IEEE 802.1Q defines dot1q and VLAN number 1
   ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0           <- Make sure the IP is on the same subnet as the virtual Gateway1 
   vrrp 1 priority 110                            <- The Priority of the Gateway1

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13. CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH GLBP

HOW TO CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH GLBP
 
Interface IP Address Configuration : 
  
R1 
 
Interface  IP Address   Subnet Mask 
S 0          3.3.3.2           255.0.0.0 
S 1          2.2.2.2           255.0.0.0 

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11. CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH HSRP

HOW TO CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH HSRP
 
Interface IP Address Configuration : 
  
R1 
 
Interface  IP Address   Subnet Mask 
S 0          3.3.3.2         255.0.0.0 

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5. IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL

HOW TO IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL
 
Task 1  
  
Configure Switch1 as the VTP Server and the other Switch (SW2) as VTP Client.  
Configure SW1 to be the STP root for VLAN 1. Change the forward delay time such that  
the port transitions from listening to learning state in just 6 seconds instead of the default  
of 15 seconds. Configure ports fa 0/9 and fa 0/11 as dot1q trunks on both the switches.  
  
Switch1   

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VRRP Configuration

Router1 Configuration
 
 interface fastethernet0/0                      
   ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0           <- Make sure the IP is on the same subnet as the virtual Gateway1 
   vrrp 1 priority 110                            <- The Priority of the Gateway1
   vrrp 1 ip 192.168.1.1                          <- The Virtual Gateway for the VLAN 1

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GLBP Configuration with Load Balancing

 
Router1#
 
!
interface FastEthernet0/0
  ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0                   <- Make sure this IP is in the same network as your Gateway 1 IP.
  ip address 172.16.1.2 255.255.255.0 Secondary <- Make sure this IP is in the same network as your Gateway 2 IP.
  glbp 1 ip 192.168.1.1                                                  <- Your Virtual Gateway IP for Group 1
 glbp 1 weighting 100 lower 91 upper 99                 <- Threshold of 91-99 If it fails the weight will drop below 91 and state will be standby
  glbp 1 load-balancing round-robin                        <- Distributes Traffic as round-robin, Makes it True Load-balancing.
  glbp 1 weighting track 1                                               <- The weight is based on the Track 1 interface watching Serial 0/0/0.101
  glbp 2 ip 172.16.1.1                                                     <- Your Virtual Gateway IP for Group 2
  glbp 2 weighting 100 lower 91 upper 99                 <- Threshold of 91-99 If it fails the weight will drop below 91 and state will be standby.
  glbp 2 load-balancing round-robin                            <- Distributes Traffic as round-robin, Makes it True Load-balancing.
  glbp 2 weighting track 1                                              <- The weight is based on the Track 1 interface watching Serial 0/0/0.101
  no ip redirect                                                                   <- Does not redirect traffic if the router has to Resend to sender.
 
!
 
Router2#

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GLBP Configuration with Load Sharing
 
Router1
 
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/0
  ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0       <- Make sure this IP is in the same network as your Virtual Gateway IP.
  glbp 1 ip 192.168.1.1                      <- You Virtual Gateway  
  glbp 1 weighting 100 lower 91 upper 99     <- Threshold of 91-99 If it fails the weight will drop below 91 and state will be standby
  glbp 1 load-balancing weighted             <- Will Load Balance according to weight.
  glbp 1 weighting 160                       <- Higher the weight the Higher Priority 
  glbp 1 weighting track 1                   <- The weight is based on the Track 1 interface watching Serial 0/0/0.101
  no ip redirect                             <- Does not redirect traffic if the router has to Resend to sender.
!
 
 
Router2
 
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/0
  ip address 192.168.1.3 255.255.255.0       <- Make sure this IP is in the same network as your Virtual Gateway IP.
  glbp 1 ip 192.168.1.1                      <- You Virtual Gateway  
  glbp 1 weighting 100 lower 91 upper 99     <- Range of 91-99 If it fails the weight will drop below 91 and state will be standby
  glbp 1 load-balancing weighted             <- Will Load Balance according to weight.
  glbp 1 weighting 80                        <- Weight is lower on this router, traffic will be directed through the other router
  glbp 1 weighting track 1                   <- The weight is based on the Track 1 interface watching Serial 0/0/0.101
  no ip redirect                             <- Does not redirect traffic if the router has to Resend to sender.
  
!
 
Verification:
 
Router1#show glbp
Router2#show glbp

HSRP Configuration with Primary and Backup

Router1
 
interface FastEthernet0/0
 description interface to LAN
 ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0
 standby 1 ip 192.168.1.1               <- Virtual IP

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12. CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH VRRP

HOW TO CONFIGURE LAYER 3 REDUNDANCY WITH VRRP
 
Interface IP Address Configuration : 
  
R1 
 
Interface  IP Address   Subnet Mask 
S 0          3.3.3.2           255.0.0.0 
S 1          2.2.2.2           255.0.0.0 

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3. IMPLEMENTING INTER-VLAN ROUTING

HOW TO IMPLEMENTING INTER-VLAN ROUTING

SW1  
  
Ports                         Assigned VLANs     PC   
FA 0/1                        VLAN 10            PC 1 (10.1.1.2)  
FA 0/2                        VLAN 10            PC 2 (10.1.1.3)  
FA 0/3                        VLAN 20            PC 3 (20.1.1.2)  
FA 0/4                        VLAn 20            PC 4 (20.1.1.3)  
FA 0/5 Configured as trunk  
  
R1  

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HSRP Confuguration with Load Sharing

Router1
 
interface FastEthernet0/0
  description interface to LAN
  ip address 172.16.10.2 255.255.255.0        <- Make sure this IP is in the same subnet as your Virtual Gateway1 IP
  ip address 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0 Secondary    <- Make sure this IP is in the same subnet as your Virtual Gateway2 IP

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10. CONFIGURE SPAN

HOW TO CONFIGURE SPAN
 
Task 1 
 
Create VLAN 10 and assign to ports fa0/1 & fa0/5 on SW1. 
Configure SW1 to redirect all traffic from VLAN 10 to port fa0/3. 
Enable R1 for debug process.

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2. CONFIGURE TRUNKING

HOW TO CONFIGURE TRUNKING
 
SW1  
  
Ports                                    Assigned VLANs   PC   
FA 0/1                                  VLAN 2           PC 1 (10.1.1.2)  
FA 0/2                                  VLAN 3           PC 2 (20.1.1.2)  
FA 0/11 Configured as trunk  
  
SW2  

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5. IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL_T7

HOW TO LOAD BALANCING IN STP
 
Task 1  
 
Configure VTP to propagate VLAN information. Create 2 VLANs (VLAN 2, VLAN 3)  
on SW1 (VTP server). Configure SW1 to be the root for VLAN 2 and configure SW2 to  
be the root for VLAN 3.  
  
Switch1   

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4. PROPAGATING VLAN CONFIGURATION WITH VTP

HOW TO PROPAGATING VLAN CONFIGURATION WITH VTP
 
Task 1  
  
Configure Switch1 as the VTP Server and the other Switch (SW2) as VTP Client. Use  
NETMETRICS as the Domain name. Authenticate the relationship using CISCO123 as  
the password.  
  
Switch1

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5. IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL

HOW TO IMPLEMENTING MSTP
 
Task 1  
  
Configure dotlq trunks on ports fa0/9 and fa0/11. Configure VTP to propagate VLAN  
information. Configure instance 1 MSTP and map VLANs 1, 2, 3. Configure instance 2  
MSTP and map VLANs 4, 5, 6. Make SW1 the STP root for instances 1, 2.  
  
Switch1     

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5. IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL

HOW TO CONFIGURE LINK AGGREGATION USING ETHER-CHANNEL
 
Task 1 
 
Configure L 2 trunk between SW1 & SW2 using default encapsulation on ports fa0/9, fa0/11.  
Configure ether channel between SW1 and SW2 on interfaces fa0/9, fa0/11, without using negotiation protocols. 
Configure interfaces fa0/9, fa0/11 on SW1 & SW2 in channel group 1 with a mode of “on”. 
 
Switch1 

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Vlan Configuration 2948g

2948G-L3#configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
2
948G-L3(config)#bridge irb

!--- The bridge irb command enables Integrated Routing & Bridging on the router,
!---  which allows you to configure a BVI interface.

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1. IMPLEMENTING VLAN’s

HOW TO IMPLEMENTING VLAN’s
 
SW1  
  
Ports        Assigned VLANs    PC   
FA 0/1       VLAN 2            PC 1 (10.1.1.2)  
FA 0/2       VLAN 3            PC 2 (20.1.1.2)  
FA 0/3       VLAN 2            PC 3 (10.1.1.3)  
FA 0/4       VLAN 3            PC 4 (20.1.1.3)  
  
Task 1  

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