Archive for the ‘EIGRP’ Category

Free CCNP GNS3 Lab BGP Route Reflector

One important point to remember about iBGP relationships is that iBGP assumes that all of the routers within a single AS are fully meshed. That is, each router is peered to every other router within the same AS. The purpose of this is namely to fix any issues around loop prevention. You’ll recall the BGP […]

Free CCNP GNS3 BGP Lab 2

The purpose of this free GNS3 CCNP lab is to help understand BGP implementation and configuration in Cisco IOS routers. In this lab we will explore some additional technologies including peer groups, route reflection community attributes, and path control.

Configure GRE Tunnel to the Branch Office

The purpose of this Free CCNP Lab is to demonstrate the impact on routing services and addressing schemes when deploying IPsec VPNs at branch office routers. Although sample configurations are provided, detailed explanations of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Network Address Translation (NAT), IPsec VPNs, and GRE are beyond the scope of this training activity. 

Configure EIGRP in Multiple AS

In this Free CCNP Lab you will learn to configure EIGRP in multiple AS. You will also learn to configure path control and stub routing using this topology created in GNS3. Finally you will use Cisco show, ping and traceroute commands to test and verify your configuration.

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