Posts Tagged ‘cisco packet tracer lab’

This is a RIP Routing Configuration Lab using two Routers. In this article i have shown how to configure rip routing using cisco packet tracer. This is an example lab showing rip routing and it’s configuration having two routers and three network as mentioned in below topology diagram. I have tried my best to make it easy for you to learn rip routing in just few simple steps. I have also tried my best to explain the rip routing code and there usage and why they are necessary.Apart from RIP routing configuration I have also included RIP routing Troubleshooting command which will helps you to troubleshoot your network problem where RIP Routing is configured.


This lab is all about static routing configuration. Using cisco packet tracer here i will explain static routing configuration in simplest way and try to explain you the static routing configuration codes. So you can   easily understand static routing configuration using this example lab having two routers and total three network. I have used cisco packet tracer software to show this static routing lab. In this article i will also show you how to assign ip address on router interfaces and how to setup ip address and gateway ip on PC. (more…)

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.

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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.


We already have learned how to configure static route and Dynamic Route(RIPv1,RIPv2,EIGRP,OSPF) on Cisco Routers.Today here we learn how to configure Default Route on Cisco Router.Before configuring default routes you must know why we need to configure it and where we use it.The reason behind configuring default routes is that it has capacity to direct packets destined to networks not found in the routing table.Default Routes are configured mainly in STUB NETWORK.
STUB NETWORK:A network having only one exit interface or only one route to reach the destination.
When we configure default routes,it directs these packets to another router that has the route to destination. (more…)