7206-dslam-adsl-7206

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  1. FLEngineer

    FLEngineer

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    Ok I have an odd situation which doesn't really have a real world application. I love challenges, lol. The purpose of this is to test the DSLAM.

    Diagram:

    Ixia(port 1)
    |
    | FE
    |
    Cisco 7206 (Router A)
    |
    | OC3
    |
    DSLAM
    | | | | | |
    | | | | | | ADSL x6
    | | | | | |
    6 ADSL Modems(bridged)
    | | | | | |
    | | | | | | Eth x6
    | | | | | |
    Cisco 7206 (Router B)
    |
    | FE
    |
    Ixia(port 2)

    Ixia:
    Ixia X16 chassis. This is a traffic generator that I have configured 2 ports to generate IP packets on 6 different class C subnets Source IP/ Desination IP seen below.
    Port 1:
    Source IP / Destination IP
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.1.1
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.2.1
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.3.1
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.4.1
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.5.1
    192.0.1.1 / 192.1.6.1
    Port 2:
    Source IP / Destination IP
    192.1.1.1 / 192.0.1.1
    192.1.2.1 / 192.0.1.1
    192.1.3.1 / 192.0.1.1
    192.1.4.1 / 192.0.1.1
    192.1.5.1 / 192.0.1.1
    192.1.6.1 / 192.0.1.1
    The best way to explain it is I have 1 computer (192.0.1.1) that needs to send and receive packets to and from 6 computers (192.1.1.1-192.1.6.1)

    7206 Router A:

    interface FastEthernet0/0
    description Link to Ixia Port 1
    no ip address
    no ip route-cache

    interface ATM1/0
    description OC3 Link to DSLAM
    atm uni version 3.1
    no ip address
    no ilmi-keepalive
    no ip route-cache

    interface ATM1/0.1 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 1
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 101 aal5snap

    interface ATM1/0.2 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 2
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 102 aal5snap

    interface ATM1/0.3 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 3
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 103 aal5snap

    interface ATM1/0.4 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 4
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 104 aal5snap

    interface ATM1/0.5 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 5
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 105 aal5snap

    interface ATM1/0.6 point-to-point
    description VPI/VCI of ADSL modem 6
    no ip route-cache
    atm pvc 401 4 106 aal5snap

    Question:
    How do I route the IP addresses?
     
    Last edited: May 8, 2008
    FLEngineer, May 8, 2008
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