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Routing TCP/IP, Volume I (CCIE Professional Development) by Jeff Doyle

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Configuration Exercises

1: Configure static routes for each router of the internetwork shown in Figure 3.25. Write the routes so that every subnet of the internet has an individual entry.
Figure 3.25. The internetwork for Configuration Exercises 1 and 2.

2: Rewrite the static routes created in Configuration Exercise 1 to use the minimum possible route entries [7]. (Hint: RTA will have only two static route entries.)

[7] If this exercise is being implemented in a lab, be sure to add the command ip classless to all six routers.

3: For the internetwork shown in Figure 3.26, write static routes for each router. Assume that all links are identical ...

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