Archive for October, 2016

Learn how to configure loopback interfaces on cisco router.In this tutorial we will learn how to assign ip address on loopback interfaces.Loopback interfaces are logical interfaces or you can say virtual interfaces in cisco router.They are not real interfaces.That’s why they never goes down untill or unless the complete router itself goes down.Here using cisco packet tracer lab we will show you how to configure virtual interfaces or loopback interfaces on cisco router and use them in routing.


As we know RIPv2 support routing with subnetting.So here in this lab we are going to configure RIPv2 using subnetting and you can understand the complete scenario with help of  below diagram and codes.

This entire tutorial will guide you how to implement subnetting to RIPv2 and show you how to configure RIPv2 easily with subnneted address.


This is a cisco packet tracer lab in which we will configure static routing using ethernet cable.
I have configure static route in few simple steps using cico packet tracer software.

static route

Now you can clearly see topology diagram in above picture which having 4 router and total 5 networks.

Now Learn how to assign ip address on cisco router inside cisco packet tracer.


Assign ip address on first router:


Router(config)#int fa0/1

Router(config-if)#ip add

Router(config-if)#no shut



This tutorial is all about how to configure static routing using serial port.This is an example lab showing static routing  configuration in cisco packet tracer.Below topology have total 9 network.I have mentioned step wise notes to provide static routing configuration.

You can Also read:
static routing configuration using 3 routers
How to configure loopback interfaces on cisco router
vpn configuration lab using routers in cisco packet tracer


static routing lab

First of all assign ip address on each interface of router as mentioned in topology diagram.Here i assume that you already know how to assign ip address on router.