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Cisco CCNP TSHOOT 642-832

Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP, Part 2

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Video Titles Duration
1. TSHOOT: Setting Your Expectations
2. General TSHOOT: The Troubleshooting State of Mind
3. General TSHOOT: Troubleshooting Before You're Treading Water - Proactive Steps
4. General TSHOOT: Troubleshooting Before You're Treading Water - Proactive Steps, Part 2
5. General TSHOOT: IOS Tools to Monitor and Maintain the Network
6. General TSHOOT: IOS Tools to Monitor and Maintain the Network, Part 2
7. Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree Concept Review
8. Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree
9. Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree, Part 2
10. Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols Concept Review
11. Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols
12. Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols, Part 2
13. Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP Concept Review
14. Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP
15. Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP, Part 2
16. Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP, Part 3
17. Route TSHOOT: OSPF and Route Redistribution Concept Review
18. Route TSHOOT: OSPF and Route Redistribution
19. Route TSHOOT: OSPF and Route Redistribution, Part 2
20. Route TSHOOT: BGP Concept Review
21. Route TSHOOT: BGP
22. Route TSHOOT: Router Performance Issues Concept Review
23. Route TSHOOT: Router Performance Issues
24. Security TSHOOT: Access List Concept Review
25. Security TSHOOT: Access List Chaos
26. IPv6 TSHOOT: IPv6 and IPv6 Routing Protocols

TSHOOT: Setting Your Expectations

General TSHOOT: The Troubleshooting State of Mind

General TSHOOT: Troubleshooting Before You're Treading Water - Proactive Steps

General TSHOOT: Troubleshooting Before You're Treading Water - Proactive Steps, Part 2

General TSHOOT: IOS Tools to Monitor and Maintain the Network

General TSHOOT: IOS Tools to Monitor and Maintain the Network, Part 2

Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree Concept Review

Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree

Switch TSHOOT: VLANs and Spanning Tree, Part 2

Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols Concept Review

Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols

Switch TSHOOT: L3 Switching and Redundancy Protocols, Part 2

Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP Concept Review

Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP

Route TSHOOT: L3 Connectivity and EIGRP, Part 2

00:00:00 - Layer 3 connectivity and EIGRP part 2. Ok, part 1 we took out
00:00:05 - scenario 1, the server room fire. Our network is backup and working
00:00:08 - again. So now we can look at scenario 2, the CCTV implementation
00:00:12 - and figure out that whole story is all about, and we'll also
00:00:15 - squeeze the internet access failure. But judging from how long
00:00:19 - these are taking; this will probably be a one scenario per nugget
00:00:23 - system, but for now. Let's get started.
00:00:26 - Al right, scenario 2 CCTV,
00:00:31 - so we've got a company testing a closed circuit television solution,
00:00:37 - so basically an IP camera solution, it sounds like. New CCTV
00:00:41 - VLANs have been created at each site. The CCTV vendor arrives
00:00:47 - tomorrow to install, so it looks like you're going to have cameras
00:00:49 - at the branch and the headquarters. Before the vendor arrives,
00:00:52 - you must test connectivity and make sure the device on the branch
00:00:56 - CCTV VLAN reaches the devices on the headquarters' CCTV VLAN.
00:01:02 - Says, you may move client 1, HQ,
00:01:05 - to the CCTV VLAN, for testing, so this guy can, oops,
00:01:10 - wrong button. This guy can kind of be our test client to throw
00:01:14 - into the CCTV VLAN. CCTV, sorry, I keep saying that, CLT2 has
00:01:20 - already been moved into the CCTV VLAN.
00:01:23 - Wanna see something?
00:01:26 - Check this out, I want to show you
00:01:30 - something. It's a project plan for VLAN configuration, so this
00:01:35 - my scenario 2 project plan, and, honestly, when I put this together,
00:01:38 - I struggled, because, after the last nugget, and doing the troubleshooting,
00:01:42 - and remember, where the CRL 1 and 2, configs were switched, and
00:01:46 - I just, by the time it got sent down, I just, got lost as to
00:01:49 - where I even was, I was like ah! I need a project plan. And so
00:01:51 - I created this, as I read through the scenario thing, and ok
00:01:54 - this will be my project plan, this will be good to follow, it's
00:01:57 - a good practice, but I was thinking: "You know what, for the
00:01:59 - t-shoot exam, you don't have excel, you've got some paper where
00:02:05 - you can write some notes, but you're not going to make a spreadsheet
00:02:08 - for you, you're not going to even make a list of steps. "Ah!
00:02:10 - such a dilemma because Cisco wants you, in the exam environment,
00:02:17 - to use your intuition, to kind of work your way through it, figure
00:02:21 - it out, and so on, but of course in the t-shoot
00:02:26 - learning what they want you to gather from preparing for the
00:02:30 - exam is that, you know what, shooting from the hip, like I was
00:02:32 - doing in, well every nugget until now. It's not the best practice,
00:02:36 - you wanna create a project plan, and then so, you have kind of
00:02:39 - this real world environment. This is what you should do in the
00:02:42 - real world, and I'll walk through it, versus, what you should
00:02:45 - do in the exam environment, which you don't have excel, you can't
00:02:48 - make a project plan at all with that kind of stuff. I guess you
00:02:50 - could make a rudimentary one, so I kind of struggled. So I have
00:02:54 - to, moving forward, I'd like to use this project plan, just for
00:02:57 - scenario 2, and let's see how it goes, but I'm not too sure if
00:03:01 - I'm going to do this for every single one because I'm thinking:
00:03:02 - "You know not that it takes a lot of time, but it takes some
00:03:06 - time, and in the exam environment, which is what I'm trying to
00:03:09 - prepare you for, a lot of times you just don't have the time
00:03:12 - to do all this," but I guess it will give a good thought process.
00:03:15 - You see my dilemma; you see why I'm going back and forward on
00:03:17 - this, so here's what my thought was. Ok, based on this, branch
00:03:21 - switch 1, we have to verify VLAN 29 creation, so make sure that's
00:03:25 - created over there. Make sure client 3 is in the correct VLAN,
00:03:30 - and then verify the trunk configuration between VRL1, VRL2 and
00:03:36 - BSW1. In the, as I was writing that, all of a sudden popped and
00:03:40 - it occurred on my mind that, funny when I actually opened the
00:03:42 - lab. Oh yeah! Based on scenario 1, we had a fire that took out
00:03:47 - the comm server for the branch office. That was the strange thing,
00:03:50 - right?, a fire in the headquarters took out the comm server.
00:03:54 - So we can't access that; so my thought is: "Should we verify
00:04:00 - it?" Maybe, maybe I'll work on the headquarters stuff first,
00:04:04 - you know, and we I say should we verify it, what I'm thinking
00:04:06 - is telnet over to BRO1 from CRO1 and see if I can telnet to BSW1,
00:04:11 - but we haven't even tested that yet. So we can see if telnet
00:04:14 - till save the day and allow us to see some of the config over
00:04:17 - there; actually you know what, well no, I was gonna say, I have
00:04:21 - a remote desktop connectivity to client 3, so maybe that would
00:04:23 - be a good starting point. So, anyway, just some thoughts, so
00:04:27 - we have BRO1 and BRO2 verify their sub-interface configuration
00:04:31 - because they're gonna need that new sub-interface, hang on let
00:04:33 - me go back here, they're gonna need that VLAN 29 sub-interfaces
00:04:36 - if it's gonna route correctly.
00:04:39 - CSW1 and CSW2, ASW1 so this little cluster of switches over here,
00:04:43 - I'm going to verify we've created VLAN 115, which is CCTV for
00:04:47 - the headquarters, and then verify the trunks make sure it's passing,
00:04:50 - on all the trunks, going between these switches. We'll move on
00:04:55 - ASW1, move client one to the CCTV VLAN, and then I've got my
00:05:00 - questions, I mean, the scenario did not tell us that a new subnet
00:05:03 - had been created, or DHCP pool assigned, so it's going to, so
00:05:08 - we'll kind of work our way through it. We'll move him to VLAN
00:05:11 - 115, and then just hopes he magically gets an IP address as that
00:05:15 - would mean an administrator, previously, had figured that DHCP
00:05:21 - pool either on CSW1 or CSW2 or who knows, who knows where the
00:05:26 - DHCP service is, but it would have been previously configured.
00:05:28 - So, let's see, where to being? I know I kind of put this in the
00:05:32 - order I was thinking, but I'm thinking now, to begin on client
00:05:37 - 3. Simply because I want to just see because they said client
00:05:40 - 3 had already been moved. I wanna see if it has an IP address,
00:05:43 - if it does, then that would be subnet that we may wanna use for
00:05:46 - that, and then we'll kind of pick up from there and work through
00:05:50 - these guys. So, ok,
00:05:53 - so let's jump over to client
00:05:56 - 3. I opened up this little remote desktop session before because
00:06:00 - it takes a little while to get them open. So I'm just going to
00:06:04 - go to command prompt; do an ipconfig or an icpconfig.
00:06:10 - Alright, so we got nothing.
00:06:14 - Ok, so
00:06:16 - if this guy has nothing, ok here's my thought process, if he's
00:06:20 - got nothing then either a) we got an issue with BRO1 not handing
00:06:26 - IP addresses correctly as in the trunking is incorrect or b)
00:06:31 - they have just haven't created a subnet for it yet, and at that
00:06:34 - point, it would be up to us, up to us completely, to create a
00:06:38 - subnet for CCTV, which should be fine. And would say, just for
00:06:44 - this, we're just testing, we have no idea if they need DHCP,
00:06:48 - for the real solution, and nor what is told to us that it needed
00:06:51 - DHCP; so I would just say, we'll create a subnet, we'll statically
00:06:54 - assign the addresses, but let's check, let's check a few other
00:06:57 - things first. I'm going to bring up my connection to CRO2 and
00:07:02 - telnet over to BRO1 because I remember he was the DHCP server.
00:07:08 - So let's do a show CDP neighbor,
00:07:12 - alright, so let's do entry BRO1, I keep doing that, ok, capital
00:07:20 - O. So we got BRO1 is this IP address, so let's just hop over
00:07:26 - there. Copy, paste, enter and username, admin, cisco ok so let's
00:07:33 - get in privileged mode here and do a show CDP name. So we've
00:07:36 - kind of hop over there, so, ok, that's not good, I don't see
00:07:41 - the switch, so let's do a show IP interface brief, and let's
00:07:45 - see if we've got any status on the switch. Ok, we've got fast
00:07:50 - Ethernet0; looks like it's going to the switch, look at this,
00:07:55 - we've got this 29, which I'm assuming is matching up to this
00:07:59 - VLAN 29 that they created for CCTV,
00:08:03 - so let's do a show run interface
00:08:06 - FAA0.29. What's up with that, ok, so, why would you do that?
00:08:19 - Interesting, ok, so
00:08:22 - we've got, we've got this, so let me do a little documenting
00:08:29 - here. I'm using my project plan, right, so I'm gonna grab that
00:08:34 - guy and paste him into there. So we've got BR01, I'm verifying
00:08:38 - sub-interface configs, so BRO1
00:08:41 - is this IP address which means his subnet range, C.192, it would
00:08:46 - be an increment of 64. So it would be 128,
00:08:50 - right, so
00:08:52 - we've got, we've got 0 through 64, first one, 65 through 128
00:08:58 - is the next one, so essentially this is the range. So we've got
00:09:02 - a range of .65
00:09:04 - through 127.
00:09:08 - So 127 is the broadcast address, 65 is the network ID. Are you
00:09:13 - following me, I'm just kind of subnetting in my head right here.
00:09:15 - So this guy 126 is the last valid IP address from that, so before
00:09:21 - we even fix that VLAN tag let's see, actually, I'm going to document
00:09:28 - that too. This is FA0/0.29,
00:09:32 - so let's also document that, BRO, let's just well,
00:09:38 - space, so he's got a .1 q tag
00:09:43 - of, what was that, 8 13, is that what it was? Yeah, 8 13, so
00:09:48 - that's gotta be wrong, so let's fix that right now right? Interface
00:09:52 - FA0/0.29 because it said clearly the guy was in VLAN 29, so,
00:09:58 - dot, encapsulation and .1 q 29.
00:10:05 - Alright, we fixed that, let's go back and verify it, we've got
00:10:10 - the right VLAN. Let's do a run section DHCP, that's going to
00:10:14 - take a little while because this is our old 2600 router, so meanwhile,
00:10:18 - let's think this through, so that's been fixed, let me erase
00:10:21 - that, because it's in the right VLAN. Let's look at BRO2, you
00:10:26 - cool with that? Ok, so there is not DHCP pool configured, and
00:10:32 - like I said, I'm not gonna set one up, simply because, we don't,
00:10:36 - well I guess now we know the subnet, but it was not required
00:10:40 - of us to setup DHCP, so I'm not giving them any extra consulting
00:10:43 - time for free, right, I'm going to statically assign those PCs,
00:10:47 - an IP address from the subnet, use this guy as the default gateway,
00:10:51 - as a matter of fact, they didn't
00:10:53 - even setup, GLBP or HSRP on that interface, so let's see, let's
00:10:58 - do that, let's check out BRO2.
00:11:06 - Show CDP neighbor,
00:11:08 - so BRO2
00:11:12 - we're seeing him on here, do they have, I wonder if they have
00:11:15 - mirrored interfaces configured, or something to that effect,
00:11:19 - I'm just gonna stick with these. It looks like they have redundant
00:11:22 - interfaces going to the same place both using the same frame
00:11:25 - relay cloud. I'm guessing one is maybe multipoint, the other
00:11:28 - one is point to point; we'll worry about that later. So let's
00:11:31 - do a show CDP entry BRO2
00:11:36 - asterisk, so we got .14 which is BRO2,
00:11:41 - let's hop over
00:11:44 - there. Cisco, let's do
00:11:49 - show IP interface brief see if he's got a .29 interface.
00:11:54 - He doesn't, so BRO2 you are out of the picture, quit, go ahead.
00:12:00 - Ok, the reason why, again, this is a test, they did not tell
00:12:06 - us set up HSRP or GLBP or any redundancy at all, so we're just
00:12:10 - testing. We're truly testing client 3 through BRO1, we've got,
00:12:16 - hang on, let me clear up my notes here. So we know the subnet
00:12:20 - is going to
00:12:22 - be 10.1.164.,
00:12:27 - what would that be, 65 through 127,
00:12:32 - default gateway needs to be .126. I should be documenting this
00:12:36 - on my spreadsheet, right, so here's what I'm going to do. I'm
00:12:39 - going to over to client 3, and let's give him the IP address,
00:12:43 - static IP, 10.1.64.,
00:12:49 - sure, let's say, let's
00:12:53 - make him 70, just because I'm figuring there's nothing at that
00:12:58 - IP address. A wise man would ping that before and test it, but
00:13:02 - I'm not going to, so we're going to do, here's the subnet mask,
00:13:05 -, right,
00:13:09 - there we go, so let's shoot over to the client 3, where did he
00:13:14 - go? Here we go, alright, and let's give him the IP address, so
00:13:19 - let's make sure he can ping through to that router.
00:13:23 - See that wasn't on my project plan spreadsheet;
00:13:26 - it's part of the discovery process, so control panel, network
00:13:31 - and internet, do guys like the classic view? I like classic view
00:13:34 - so much better.
00:13:37 - The friendly view just gives you way too many clicks. Alright,
00:13:40 - so lab, we're right there,
00:13:43 - then we go to properties, alt enter,
00:13:46 - and let's give him his IP address, so we've got,
00:13:53 -, default gateway 10., I'm looking at
00:14:01 - my spreadsheet right next to me, so 164.126
00:14:06 - which is our
00:14:08 - BRO1, so let's hit ok on that guy. Let's bring up our command
00:14:13 - prompt, as our, our Windows XP must be a virtualized XP which
00:14:19 - they have like 2 megabytes of RAM to, it's like a Sputnik satellite,
00:14:24 - c'mon, let's move along.,
00:14:32 - alright, what are you doing here to me, no, so I guess that reveals
00:14:38 - a few things, we've got an issue going on with that switch, and
00:14:42 - that's, honestly, that's to be expected, because when I did a
00:14:46 - show CDP neighbors, hang on where am I?, 01 CRO1 right?, when
00:14:50 - I did show, yes, when I did a show CDP neighbors, on,
00:14:56 - where did my telnet session
00:15:01 - go?, Ok, I was over here, I was on CRO2, so when I did a show
00:15:05 - CDP, I will finish my statement, show CDP names on BRO1 is not
00:15:10 - seeing the branch switch, that concerned me before, let's a show
00:15:13 - run interface FA0/0.
00:15:16 - Ok, and so it's showing that is connected there, let's do a show
00:15:23 - CDP interface, and let's just make sure CDP is indeed running,
00:15:27 - yeah we've got CDP running on FA0/0, so we should be seeing that
00:15:33 - guy, so what I'm going to do, let's take the backdoor in, let's
00:15:36 - go to CRO2,
00:15:39 - sorry, let's go to here BRO2, follow me, I'm going to go here
00:15:45 - because I just went to here, and I'm not seeing it, via switch
00:15:49 - CWS1, so I'm gonna go to BRO2 and do a show CDP neighbors, and
00:15:52 - let's see if BSW1
00:15:55 - shows up at that point, right. So let's see, I just was telnetted
00:16:02 - to him, so let's get back there, admin, Cisco, so now I'm on
00:16:06 - BRO2. Show CDP
00:16:11 - neighbors, this is a challenge, alright, so let's,
00:16:18 - let's see,
00:16:22 - we're seeing 01 02 that's fine,
00:16:27 - show run interface FA0/0.
00:16:32 - Ok, we've got the connection to branch switch 1,
00:16:37 - this should work right, hang on, let
00:16:41 - me think about this, alright, neither BRO1 or BRO2 can see BSW1
00:16:48 - via CDP, now there's a chance CDP can be disabled on BSW1, so
00:16:54 - we can go with that, maybe that's part of the challenge, we did
00:16:57 - this, we made, we changed the tag on this, it was, what was it,
00:17:01 - 8 13, that was the original tag on here, we changed it to 29
00:17:07 - because we assigned, no, it had an IP address from the right
00:17:10 - subnet. We've got this guy that's now statically assigned to
00:17:15 - that subnet, he's supposed to be VLAN 29, but we can't verify
00:17:18 - that. You know what let's do this, let's, I'm gonna put the tag
00:17:22 - back to 8 13 on this because what if they made that guy a member
00:17:27 - of 8 13 because if we do, and he can ping, then I mean well,
00:17:31 - we can say that, we can test it, but this will have to be 8 13
00:17:36 - because we have not access to BSW1, we don't know how to get
00:17:39 - there. We don't have its IP address, so,
00:17:42 - let's do that, you're with me on that?
00:17:46 - Ok, so let's jump over to,
00:17:52 - let's do, where was I, zero,
00:17:56 - ok I'm on BRO2 I'm going to exit back out show sessions,
00:18:01 - show sessions.
00:18:03 - So I've got BRO1, I'm going to hop back there, and let's do,
00:18:07 - try, a show IP interface brief, we've got the .29
00:18:12 - interface, and I want to make sure, because I subnetted that
00:18:15 - in my head, it's the right subnet right? Show run interface FA0/0.29,
00:18:21 - I don't want to doubt myself here, but I am. So I'm going to,
00:18:24 - so we've got,
00:18:28 - 192, that would an increment of 64, so 0 through 63, 64 through
00:18:34 - 128, yeah that's right, that's gotta be right, so that's the
00:18:36 - last valid address from that second subnet, and I assigned the
00:18:42 - IP address correctly in here correctly right? 164.70
00:18:46 - right?, wow, no, yes, no, yes, so ok, so it's 160, so I was thinking
00:18:53 - I did that wrong, so 160, 1.164.70,
00:18:58 - right subnet mask, right default gateway, ok so that's good,
00:19:02 - so let's do that, let's change the tag back to, what was
00:19:06 - it?, 8 13, let's
00:19:12 - verify it.
00:19:21 - So it was 8 13,
00:19:24 - right there, so let's go into FA0/0.29,
00:19:29 - and let's plaster that guy in there,
00:19:33 - let's see what happens. I'm gonna jump back over here, it's gonna
00:19:37 - take a moment for that to take effect, so I'm just going to do
00:19:39 - a dash t. Oh, look at that,
00:19:44 - look at that, you see that
00:19:48 - happening, alright, so, so here's the deal. Here's the deal,
00:19:55 - I want my money back. They're saying, hang on; I gotta look at
00:19:59 - the instructions again. Yeah, I'm looking at the instructions
00:20:02 - here; let me bring it over so that you can see it. Official instructions
00:20:05 - here, take a look, we've got preparation for CCTV pilot, one
00:20:09 - thing I did forget is I forgot to put the VLAN subnet, so it
00:20:13 - did tell us the subnet, and they said ok VLAN 115
00:20:16 - on this subnet, so, I'm just going to, I'm gonna copy that bad
00:20:19 - boy, put it on my excel spreadsheet.
00:20:25 - Alright, so we've got that, let's just,
00:20:29 - yeah, that's fine. We've got that taken, so they did give us
00:20:34 - the subnet, but look at that, they said VLAN 29, I did that correctly,
00:20:38 - and then, we're, we're, it's VLAN 8 13, I'd be like happy to
00:20:43 - fix it for them, but we don't get access to BSW1, it's an invisible
00:20:48 - switch, and it's, if I remember right in previous exercises,
00:20:51 - I remember the branch admins are like: "hey don't touch our switches,
00:20:54 - not in your capability,"
00:20:58 - so, so I guess what we'll do is, we'll go with it, we'll leave
00:21:02 - this, we'll kind of make the documentation update, and say ok
00:21:04 - this is not 29 it's 8 13, and sorry, but I don't have the ability
00:21:09 - to change it. So we'll leave the trunk at 8 15, we know that
00:21:12 - this guy is assigned to 8 13, excuse, because he is able to ping
00:21:16 - out, so now let's jump over and let's verify this side of things,
00:21:20 - so let me bring up each one of those configuration windows.
00:21:26 - Alright, I've got my switch connections brought up out here,
00:21:29 - so hang on, let me bring my spreadsheet, look at this project
00:21:34 - plan, I'm like whatever I'm going after it, so, so here's my
00:21:39 - thought, let's start on this side, we're going to go with VLAN
00:21:43 - 115 because that's what they said, and they said VLAN 115 it's
00:21:47 - going to be this subnet, so that subnet needs to route, needs
00:21:50 - to communicate, with well, again let's rectify this, this is
00:21:54 - VLAN 8 13, over on the branch side, and on this subnet, I gotta
00:22:00 - turn word wrap on, where is word wrap, nah, it's
00:22:04 - not important. Oh but it bothers me,
00:22:09 - isn't there a quick key for that? Then maybe I just, oh, there
00:22:11 - it is, I just had to find it. So we've got the branch office
00:22:18 - 8 13, so, we'll just say branch is good, branch is good to go;
00:22:22 - although, we do will want to make sure that subnet is being routed,
00:22:25 - so you know what, before we leave the branch, I want to make
00:22:28 - sure EIGRP is advertising that subnet to the other side because
00:22:31 - that would totally be a scandalous thing to do, and would cause
00:22:35 - everything to be unreachable, so let me get, let me get over
00:22:39 - here. So BRO1, he's advertising that subnet, let's do a show
00:22:42 - run interface FA0/ 29,
00:22:46 - oops, 29,
00:22:49 - alright there's the subnet, so let's do show run section EIGRP,
00:22:54 - alright and that's going to take a moment so, while we're doing
00:22:58 - that, I'm also going to flip over to, see I brought over a connection
00:23:04 - to ASW1, so where is he? ASW1, yeah I got it, so meanwhile, we've
00:23:11 - got, let's see passive interface, no passive interface, in that
00:23:15 - case that's fine, we can keep the interface passive because we
00:23:18 - don't need, we're not needing to send EIGRP advertisements out
00:23:23 - that interface we just need to make sure that subnet, this subnet,
00:23:26 - right here is being advertised to the rest of the network so
00:23:28 - people know about it, so let's look, do we have a .126 in our
00:23:33 - list, no, I'm glad we checked, now let's go into router EIGRP
00:23:38 - 1, EIGRP 1, and
00:23:44 - we'll do a network 10.164.26,
00:23:49 -, specifically that interface, so now we are including
00:23:55 - this subnet in the route advertisements to the rest of the world,
00:23:59 - which is good, I'm gonna just do a show, well, yeah, I know EIGRP
00:24:04 - is doing neighbors from the last exercise, show EIGRP neighbors
00:24:08 - make sure I got neighbors with the other guys, and we do, so
00:24:11 - we're seeing our relationships form with our 2 CROs routers on
00:24:14 - the other side, so let's do this, what I'm gonna do, I'm going
00:24:19 - to say the branch is done, you're good with that? We got branch
00:24:21 - advertising that subnet, should be, let's, you know what, hey,
00:24:25 - before we do that, let's go
00:24:30 - the CROs, and let's do a show IP route, let's make sure we see
00:24:34 - that subnet showing up.
00:24:37 - Alright, we got load balancing heaven here, not concerned with
00:24:42 - all those, ok, here we go, we've got some serial links, so
00:24:48 - why am I doing this?, let's do show IP route, let's type in a
00:24:52 - specific IP address 10.1.160.,
00:24:56 - let's do, what was it, 64, the subnet, so ok, so it's that, we
00:25:02 - are learning it, via, it looks like neighbor on the frame relay
00:25:08 - cloud, so this is good. We've got the network being advertised
00:25:11 - ,ok, so let's shoot over to the ASW1, I'm going to start the
00:25:15 - closest to the client, so I just want to make sure that VLAN
00:25:17 - 115 exists, you know because again, from the lab they said somebody
00:25:22 - started the config, but didn't finish, so let's do a show VLAN
00:25:26 - and make sure we've got VLAN 115, so good, we've got VLAN 115,
00:25:31 - let's put our client into it, so client 1, let's do a show interface
00:25:38 - description and we've got link to client 1 FA0/8, so let's go
00:25:46 - interface FA0/8,
00:25:48 - switchboard access VLAN 115 you are moved, so we've got, now
00:25:53 - do a show VLAN
00:25:55 - make sure it looks kosher,
00:25:59 - there it is. Ok, so we've got, it looks like he's attached to
00:26:02 - a IP phone as well, which is cool, we can go with that, and we've
00:26:06 - got him on VLAN 115, so meanwhile, you know, I'm starting from
00:26:10 - the edge out so let's go over to client 1,
00:26:16 - where is he? That's
00:26:19 - this guy when I open the remote desktop session I just open the
00:26:23 - command prompt and say you are client 1 because I want to remember
00:26:26 - which one is which. So let's do an ipconfig, he may have his
00:26:29 - old IP address, yeah, let's do an ipconfig release, in fact I
00:26:33 - know, I know they don't have a DHCP scope, I don't know that,
00:26:37 - so I'm gonna do an ipconfig renew, I was going to say I know
00:26:41 - they don't have one for VLAN 115 because they didn't on the other
00:26:43 - side, so the chances are we're not going to get an address, yeah,
00:26:47 - I'm not going to wait, I know they don't have a DHCP scope configured,
00:26:51 - so let's statically configure this guy.
00:26:55 - Alright, going into our lab, acquiring network address, let's
00:27:02 - just break out of that, because sometimes it takes forever to
00:27:05 - do anything, so we're gonna go to TCP/IP and subnet on this side,
00:27:12 - again we were, here let me bring it up, it said the VLAN 115
00:27:17 - subnet would be 155.0
00:27:20 - /24. Ok, so we're gonna do, let's just, I'm going to pick a random
00:27:26 - address. Let's do a.hundred, right, you're good with that, let's
00:27:29 - do client 1 static IP address
00:27:35 - hundred and his subnet mask will be this, so we got those guys
00:27:38 - documented, so that way I'll be able to test pings between them.
00:27:42 - So we've got,
00:27:48 -, 10.1.55., are you good with?, let's do
00:27:57 - 254, and the only reason I'm doing that is because the other
00:28:02 - side was 126, it was the last IP address from that subnet, so
00:28:06 - I'm gonna assume, I'm assuming a lot, that they're consistent.
00:28:09 - Of course, we'll verify that and if the default gateway is not
00:28:12 - 254 we can come back and change it, so
00:28:17 - ok good, so we click ok
00:28:20 - on that,
00:28:23 - and so, he's good, ipconfig,
00:28:27 - got the IP address,
00:28:29 - I'm just curious. Let's do that ping,
00:28:34 - yeah I didn't think so. Let's move that out of the picture, I
00:28:37 - just want to see if I can ping the default gateway, I'm gonna
00:28:39 - move back to ASW1 because again one of my project plans was not
00:28:44 - only to move, I'll just put complete on this guy, I've move client
00:28:48 - 1 to CCTV VLAN, I'm gonna verify his trunk configuration, so
00:28:52 - let's do a show interface trunk, let me make sure VLAN 115 has
00:28:57 - been added to the right guys, so it looks like we are on port
00:29:01 - channel 1, we've got 115 that has been added. So let's look here,
00:29:04 - port channel 1,
00:29:07 - which one is that, let's do a, let's do a show route, let's just
00:29:13 - check the running
00:29:15 - config, so we've got out VLANs, we've got port channel 1, so
00:29:20 - this the one to CSW1, it's got 115,
00:29:25 - is that a port channel?
00:29:27 - I guess it is, ok, so fast Ethernet 0/1 and 0/2 are going up
00:29:32 - there, which is cool, that's cool, I just only had one line,
00:29:36 - so I've must have missed the second link when I drew that diagram,
00:29:39 - then that's fine, so we've got PO1, which VLAN 115,
00:29:44 - checked, we're verified. On ASW1, is that on the port channel?
00:29:49 - so my guess is again, this is a test, I'm not going to do HSRP,
00:29:53 - I'm not going to add in both sides and route the interface and
00:29:56 - all that, I want to, I want to make client 3 ping client 1 on
00:30:01 - those two different subnets, and that's the end of the story,
00:30:03 - so I'm not going to go above and beyond on this config, if they
00:30:06 - only added it to this port channel, I'm going to follow their
00:30:09 - lead, and we're going to the get the ping going this route to
00:30:13 - CRO1, you're good with that? Alright, so let's go to, let me
00:30:20 - find them, CSW1, so let's go to the core switch and do the same
00:30:24 - thing; show the VLANs and just make sure that we've got VLAN
00:30:26 - 115. Now we're going to have to go above and beyond on this guy,
00:30:31 - ok CCTV, so we've got the VLAN, right there, let's check his
00:30:35 - trunk, let's do a show,
00:30:37 - show interface trunk, let's make sure that 115 is indeed added,
00:30:43 - it is, to port channel 1, it's not pruned, so I would say, you
00:30:47 - know at this point let me go back to my project plan, I'm gonna
00:30:49 - say this guy is complete
00:30:52 - because CSW2 is no longer in the picture; I don't care about
00:30:56 - him in anything because he's not part of the story. We've got
00:31:03 - a complete there; I'm going to do a show, let's do show run interface
00:31:07 - VLAN 115,
00:31:11 - ok, nice, pick the random IP address, I'm guessing when they
00:31:15 - set this up, that we're gonna have this setup for HSRP or something
00:31:18 - so maybe core switch 1 would be 252, core switch 2 would be 253,
00:31:23 - and then the HSRP shared address would be .254, but again, that
00:31:29 - you know what, I'm going to verify, I'm gonna bring up the documentation,
00:31:32 - I want to make sure I didn't miss anything on the exercise instruction,
00:31:35 - they did not want us to setup, ok. Company is interested, blah,
00:31:38 - blah, blah, headquarters, branch, to keep the traffic separated
00:31:42 - CCTV solution, ok so, tomorrow, they just said, two new VLANs,
00:31:46 - one the vendor will come in and install the system. Ensure your
00:31:49 - VLANs have been created and there's an IP connectivity between
00:31:52 - them, good. Your team has been very busy, so this last, so this
00:31:55 - step was not done until yesterday afternoon your colleague had
00:31:59 - implemented VLANs while handling other tasks but did not have
00:32:02 - time to test. You were asked to verify, so your task is to verify
00:32:07 - and ensure there's IP connectivity between the two VLANs,
00:32:11 - right, you're not, are you reading the same thing I'm reading?
00:32:13 - like there is nothing telling us to setup HSRP, it just says
00:32:19 - make them reachable, so that's what I'm gonna do, let me go over
00:32:22 - here to,
00:32:25 - I'm gonna go back to our client guy, let's see where he is, client
00:32:30 - 3, and change his default gateway to 252
00:32:36 - because that will let us get to core switch 1 as our default;
00:32:40 - we can then test the ping, and man, we can even go further, we
00:32:44 - can test end to end connectivity and see if we're there because
00:32:48 - if that's all there is to it, then great, so
00:32:51 - I'm now pinging my new gateway too, so good, I'm reaching it.
00:32:56 - Let's go for it all, let's go back to our Excel spreadsheet,
00:33:02 - client, here's my Excel spreadsheet, client,
00:33:07 - VLAN 115, branch office, so ok, so client
00:33:12 - 3 in the branch office is this IP address, copy, that's completed
00:33:17 - back over here, paste,
00:33:20 - I'm pinging, hey, I'm not gonna argue with that right?, so let's
00:33:25 - do a traceroute -d and paste it into there as well,
00:33:32 - I wanna make sure, dash d, if you haven't done it before, doesn't
00:33:35 - resolve the hostname, otherwise it takes like 30 seconds for
00:33:37 - every hop, it's painful, so we're going to 252, this guy is shooting
00:33:41 - us to .6, which I'm assuming is one of the CROs, one of the CRO
00:33:45 - routers, CRO router 1 shoots it to CRO router 2 or I'm not too
00:33:49 - sure why we're jumping a couple times, but we're getting right
00:33:52 - here, that's our branch office, this router here, and then our
00:33:57 - branch office router gets it to the host, so I would say, and
00:34:02 - I hope you're with me, we've moved the two hopes that both of
00:34:05 - those guys are tested and approved, we are now pinging fully
00:34:09 - between client 1 and client 3.
00:34:12 - Alright, let's do a little debrief, I have to admit I was anxious
00:34:15 - to see the solution, so I hope in the solution, I was like, is
00:34:18 - that right? Did I get it? I was like, and as soon as I saw the
00:34:20 - solution I went like: "ahhh! Are you kidding me? So I looked
00:34:24 - at the troubleshooting ticket, so first off, you might remember
00:34:26 - from the last one, I told you I reversed the scenarios because
00:34:30 - the server room fire is obviously, has to be fixed, so this trouble
00:34:34 - ticket was listed before the server room fire, so there's saying
00:34:37 - hey by the way nothing will work until you fix the server room
00:34:40 - fire, which they call trouble ticket I, I call it trouble scenario
00:34:45 - 1, so once you've fixed the server room from fire, then all you
00:34:49 - have to do to get this scenario working is change the IP address,
00:34:52 - on the fast Ethernet 0/0.29
00:34:56 - sub-interface on BRO1, and I looked at that, and I was like what
00:35:02 - oh!, let come back here to our scenario, see that, I know it's
00:35:08 - kind of goofed up right now, but originally when we came in here,
00:35:11 - I documented the IP address of BRO1 as 164.126,
00:35:18 - and so what I did is I said: "ok of that's the subnet
00:35:22 - then let's make the client be a part of that subnet" I gave him
00:35:26 - the .70 address, you remember all this, that's where I came up
00:35:28 - with this, but I failed to look at the instructions where it
00:35:31 - says, you know the branch office VLAN, and it should be .163.64,
00:35:37 - I should be using this subnet, so if you take a look, it was
00:35:40 - configured as .164, and they're saying that subnet should have
00:35:43 - been .1.163,
00:35:45 - as the subnet, now, they didn't mention anything in the solution
00:35:48 - about this VLAN 8 13, so, my guess it's just a nil error, they
00:35:52 - didn't use the right VLAN number. They didn't use 29 as the VLAN,
00:35:57 - so, so in my mind that cancels that out then, so here's what
00:36:03 - would have happened, let me just show you this, jump over to,
00:36:07 - bring up my
00:36:10 - correct router, jump over to BRO1, as soon as I saw this switch
00:36:14 - I was like ah! you're kidding me, and then I looked, and if you
00:36:16 - look under EIGRP they had a network statement of .160.0
00:36:21 - with this funky wild card mask, which would actually be the range,
00:36:25 - you know, through 163 on that third one, so if I would
00:36:29 - have changed the subnet right here to .163
00:36:33 - from .164 then I would not have had to add this network statement
00:36:37 - to advertise this subnet, it would have just automatically be
00:36:39 - advertised because that one was in there to advertise it, but
00:36:44 - I threw my hands in the air, and I said: "we got a working solution,"
00:36:47 - we got the wrong subnet number, but I would say yes, if that
00:36:51 - were an exam environment, oops! Clicked the wrong button, I would
00:36:55 - have left a comment about that VLAN 29, VLAN.8 13, but yeah,
00:37:01 - I would definitely not be able to argue. They would have said:
00:37:04 - "hey, we told you in the required features there that it should
00:37:08 - have been .163; and you configured it for .164," so
00:37:12 - what else can I say? We solved scenario 2, one way or the other.
00:37:17 - For now, I hope this has been informative for you, and I'd like
00:37:20 - to thank you for viewing.

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