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

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Configuration Exercises

1: In Figure 8.42 and the accompanying case study, automatic summarization is turned off in routers Cochran and Lindbergh. As a result, the variably masked subnets 192.168.18.24/29 and 192.168.18.128/25 will be recorded in Earhart's route table. Is any further configuration required so that Curtiss's classful IGRP process will correctly route to these subnets?
2: Write EIGRP configurations for routers A, B, and C in Figure 8.54. Use process ID 5
Figure 8.54. The internetwork for Configuration Exercises 2 and 3.

3: The serial interfaces connecting routers A and B in Figure 8.54 are both S0. Configure authentication ...

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