Block of IP Addresses-192.168.1.0/24
Configure the physical topology as shown in the
diagram (Use any serial interface).
Subnet the 192.168.1.0/24 Block of addresses to
meet the network requirements. Waste as few IP addresses as possible (20
1st available host address
Last available host address
Subnet for hosts (120 hosts) located
off g0/0 on R1
Subnet for VLAN 10 (10 hosts)
Subnet for VLAN 20
Subnet for serial link between R1 and
Subnet for serial link between CE and
Configure PCs and router interfaces with IP
addresses using your IP address scheme from step 2. Also ensure a clock rate is
applied to the appropriate serial interfaces (10 points).
Configure the link between the ISP router and SW1 as a dot1q trunk (15 points).
Configure VLAN 10 and VLAN 20 on SW1 (10 points).
Configure the interfaces on SW1 that connect to the PCs as access ports and assign the appropriate
VLAN to each interface (15 points).
Configure static routes on the ISP and the CE router such that each router knows where to forward packets that
are destined to the network PC1 resides in (15 points).
Configure static default routes on R1 and
the CE router forwarding traffic towards
the Internet (15 points).
Verify your configurations and get the instructor
to check off your work.
PC1 should be able to ping the Google and CNN