Sunday, February 1, 2015

Cisco CCNP - 300-101 - Configuration and verification of Named EIGRP

So it's that time again for me to renew my Cisco Certifications. As a result, this post will be based on my preparation for the CCNP Route Exam (300-101).

In this post I will be focusing on Named EIGRP Configuration and Verification

    - Interface e1/0 - connected to ISP1 - IPv6 2001::1/64
    - Interface e1/1 - connected to ISP2 - IPv6 2002::1/64
    - Interface lo3 - INTERNET ADDRESS - IPv6 2003::1/128
    - Interface e1/0 - connected to ISP1 - IPv6 2001::2/64
    - Interface e1/1 - connected to ISP2 - IP IPv6 2005::1/64
    - Interface e1/0 - connected to ISP1 - IP IPv6 2002::1/64
    - Interface e1/1 - connected to ISP2 - IP IPv6 2004::1/64        
    - Interface e1/0 - connected to ISP2 - IPv6 2004::2/64
    - Interface e1/1 - connected to ISP1 - IPv6 2005::2/64
    - Interface fa0/0 - connected to LAN - IPv6 200a::1/64
    Kali Host on Local_site
        eth0 - IPv6 200a::2/64
        Default Gateway - IPv6 200a::1/64

enable ipv6 routing


Named EIGRP Config






 Verification of Configuration:
Looking at the routing table

Looks like the routes were successfully learnt

Taking a look at the neighbor table

Looks like we've successfully lerarnt of 2 neighbors

Topology table looks stable as we currently have all routes in "P" which means passive

Looking from the end client's perspective.

Ping looks successful

Let's, try traceroute.

Traceroute was successful. I take this to mean everything is good with the Named EIGRP config.

That's it for my CCNP studies. Hope you enjoyed this.


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