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CCNA Networking Academy Program Issues

Hi Experts I am currently doing DIY CCNA INTRO AND ICND as one Exam I have bought Cisco Networking Academy Program books to learn every thing in details I have come across few labs which i am finding hard to clock, Specially Ch 3 Single-Area OSPF lab 3-1 can any body check and and let me know the ip address been used in this lab are correct ? router1 ROME: fa0 192.168.1.129/26 S0 (DCE) 192.168.15.1/30 router2 BERLIN fa0 192.168.0.1/24 S0 (DTE) 192.168.15.2/30 also could any body guide me to the configurations if available Thanks

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Re: CCNA Networking Academy Program Issues

Hi Zahid

What do you not understand about the IP addresses being used?

I do not have the books you refer to having already passed my CCNA. However looking at what you have presented, it looks like Router 1 (Rome) is connected to Router 2 (Berlin) via their respective serial interfaces over the 192.168.15.0/30 subnet and each router also has a Fast Ethernet interface configured, Router 1's Fast Ethernet 0 interface is configured with 192.168.1.129/26 and Router 2's Fast Ethernet 0 interface is configured with 192.168.0.1/24.

I think that is a pretty straight forward configuration.

See attached diagram

Best Regards,

Michael

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Re: CCNA Networking Academy Program Issues

Thanks for your reply I have looked at your attached Pic which made me realised that I need to work on my VLSM skills which I did and now I can resolve issues also would like to know which simulation programme you used.

thanks

zahid

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