Overview of Network Packet Tracer File In this project we need to configure RIP routing in our corporate network and also we need to connect our network to the Internet. We have three sites Tehran, Shiraz and Isfahan. Tehran site is default gateway for our network. Other sites should be connected to Tehran for send or receive data to Internet. We set a static route between Tehran and ISP for connect to Internet. Our goals are as follows: Configure RIP protocol. Comparison RIPv1 and RIPv2 Set a “Gateway of last resort” for our network. [quotes_and_tips]
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Packet Tracer File We have three routers that two of them connected directly by Serial port, goals in this project are as follows: Use classless IP address for each segment. Add static routes to each router. Configure Serial ports on Router1 and Router2. Test connectivity by Ping tool from each client in each segment. [quotes_and_tips]
Packet Tracer File In this case we have two Cisco routers (2811) and two Cisco switches (2960) and also two PCs that each of them connected to one segment with different IP addresses. We have one static route on each router: Router0: 192.168.2.0/30 via 192.168.3.1 Router1: 192.168.1.0/30 via 192.168.3.2 [quotes_and_tips]
Some times we need use a physical drive in our virtual machine, for it first we must login to our ESXi 5 server by a network protocol such as SSH or Telnet, after logon: You must check name of your device in this path: /dev/disks for example my device name is:t10.ATA_____ST3500418AS_________________________________________9VMQSWK On previous path you must run this command: vmkfstools -z /vmfs/devices/disks/”Your device name” “VMDK file address” After run command, a VMDK file is made under the above path, you can add this file as a new hard disk drive to your virtual machine. Further Reading [Script]: Check Time Synchronization with Host on Virtual Machines – PowerCLI Why Device Bay IP Doesn’t Change in HPE BladeSystem?