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CCIE Routing and Switching Practice Lab

Section 1: Bridging and Switching (15 Points)

Section 1.1: Frame Relay Configuration (6 points)

  • Configure the Frame Relay portion of the network as shown in Figure 1-11; ensure that DLCIs 110 and 104 between R1-R6 are not used.

  • The routers are to be on the same subnet and should be configured with subinterfaces.

Figure 11Figure 1-11 Frame Relay Diagram

Section 1.2: 3550 LAN Switch Configuration (6 Points)

  • Configure VLAN numbers, VLAN names, and port assignment as per the topology diagram as shown in Figure 1-10.

  • There is to be a host connected on interface 0/16 in the future; the network administrator requires that this host is authenticated by a radius server before access to the switch is granted. The radius server is to be located on the IP address with the key radius14.

  • Ensure the switch is reachable via Telnet to the IP address of

Section 1.3: ATM Configuration (3 Points)

  • Configure the ATM network as shown in Figure 1-12.

  • Use a subinterface on R6 for the ATM matching the VCI number and ensure the latest method of PVC configuration is used on this router. For R5 ATM, use the physical interface and legacy PVC configuration; after you have configured your Layer 2 information, you may then add the Layer 3 addresses.

  • Do not rely on inverse Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).

Figure 12Figure 1-12 ATM Diagram

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