Section 2: IP IGP Protocols (28 Points)
Configure the IP routing as in Figure 1-13 and redistribute protocols to ensure full IP visibility between routers. Advertise all router networks within the appropriate routing protocol.
Section 2.1: RIP (16 Points)
On all RIP routers, ensure that version 2 is used under the process.
Ensure that VLSM is supported on advertisements between all RIP routers.
Add a loopback interface with the address of 220.127.116.11/24 onto R3 and advertise this out to R2 but ensure that it is not seen by the rest of your network; do not perform any configuration on R2 or R1.
Configure R3 to unicast its RIP routing updates to R2. Do not use the neighbor command to achieve this but consider using other IP features to aid you.
Ensure that VLAN2 is advertised to the RIP domain as a /28 network. Do not use either RIP or EIGRP features to accomplish this. You can, however, configure R6.
Section 2.2: EIGRP (5 Points)
R8 is very low on memory and CPU resource; accommodate this information within the configuration on R8.
Configure R8 to have an EIGRP hello interval of 25 seconds on its FastEthernet0/0 interface.
Figure 1-13 IP IGP Diagram
Section 2.3: Redistribution (7 Points)
Redistribute IGP protocols to ensure full IP visibility between all routers.
As a safety precaution, ensure that R6 can not learn the EIGRP routes it previously advertised into the RIP domain back from R4.