Router lab connections
I have a router LAB that I am using to complete my Cisco CERT. The
rack consist of 7 2500 routers 2 switches and a Token Ring Mow. I have
all the routers connected by Serial connections, each connection
between the routers are a serial connection using a different IP
network, as Listed below. My question is, would it be practical to
put all the router serial connections on the same network, Giving each
connection a different IP address?
Re: Router lab connections
On 16 Feb, 17:09, Howard Huntley <hhuntle...@comcast.net> wrote:
> I have a router LAB that I am using to complete my Cisco CERT. The
> rack consist of 7 2500 routers 2 switches and a Token Ring Mow.
By the way, I doubt very much if token-ring is in *any*
current Cisco exam. Of course you can to use it
to build your network and learn about IP networking:-)
> *My question is, would it be practical to
> put all the router serial connections on the same network,
> giving each
> connection a different IP address?
I can't figure out what you are doing.
Maybe if you amended the list to include the links it would
likely be possible to figure it out.
Please include the netmasks in either notation,
whatever you find more convenient.
R1-s0 * * *192.168.1.1/30 <---> R3-s0 192.168.1.2/30
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