Scenario: Shooting Trouble with Ethernet

This chapter starts with the IPX hands-on scenario you left off with at the end of the Trouble Tickets in Chapter 4, “Shooting Trouble with Novell IPX.” The goals of the Shooting Trouble with Ethernet scenario are for you to modify your routers according to Figure 5-1 and verify end-to-end connectivity. Hostb requires use of an IPX application on the gwise server, but it should also be able to communicate via IP to the other hosts. The rest of the scenario suggests IP as the routed protocol and Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) as the routing protocol using autonomous system (AS) 500. The IP subnets are the circled numbers on the wires. There should be end-to-end IP connectivity between ...

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