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CCIE Security Practice Labs by Fahim Hussain Yusuf Bhaiji

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Section 2.0: Routing Configuration

2.1. Core Routing OSPF/EIGRP/RIP

  1. Configure core routing for all the above protocols on all routers in the network. Redistribute only where necessary; you must use your judgement. See the solutions below where required.

2.2. OSPF

  1. There is a loopback on R3 10.50.13.97/28 in Area66. You will see this route on all participating OSPF routers but not on R5, which is running RIPv1. The RIP network between R5 and R1 is a /27. You are redistributing OSPF into RIP on R1, but it will not redistribute the /28 since it has a different mask belonging to the same major net.

  2. The workaround is to summarize this in RIP on R1 to /27. Since you are restricted not to use a summarization technique, another technique to achieve this ...

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