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IP addressing problem!

olanasta olanasta is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2012
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Hi all! This is my first post so be patient with me!
I have to design a network given IPs and My given requirements are : at least 60 more subnets (total 63) and maximum 1000 hosts per subnet and use of RIP.
I have 3 routers (RA1, RA2, RA3) and 3 subnets (Sales, Logistic and Deposit). Given that I need 60 subs and 1000 hosts per sub, I used for my subs. IP cannot give me these requirements cause it has only 8 bits for subnet id and host id. So, I used this IP for my WANs, split it in subnets, and used one for each WAN.
So I have :

WAN 1 :
WAN 2 :
WAN 3 :


LAN 1 :
LAN 2 :

LAN 3 :

My problem is that RIP doesn't work. I am sure that the problem is on addressing. I tried the exact same problem with different IPs and it works fine!

Can someone help me???

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donjohnston donjohnston is offline
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      06-03-2012 is part of so I'm not sure how you're doing this.

That said, RIP probably isn't the best protocol for a 63 network environment.
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