CCNA - ICND question - help

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I need help on a question from the CCNA-ICND test.

I didn't pass for a second time, and got the exact same score of
837/1000.  849 is a pass.

I believe this problem is what I've been getting wrong:

2 things needed:
- correct addressing on RtrA
- correct LAN config on RtrB

Server & Host Y need to be able to communicate.

Connections:
Host consoled to RtrA

RtrA s0/0 connected to RtrB s0/0
RtrA fa0/0 connected to Sw1

Sw1 connected to Server 10.1.1.148/24

RtrB fa0/0 connected to Sw2

Sw2 connected to Host Y 192.168.3.28/24

Config's:

RtrA:
s0/0
192.168.2.5/30

fa0/0
10.1.1.147/24

rip 10.0.0.0
rip 192.168.2.0

RtrB:
192.168.2.6/30

fa0/0
192.168.3.27/24
shut

rip 192.168.2.0
rip 192.168.3.0

Of course I enable RtrB fa0/0, which is half of the answer.
I can't figure out any problems with the addressing on RtrA.

Can someone help me?  I'd really appreciate it.  Thanks


Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
RtrA:
s0/0
192.168.10.5/24
fa0/0
10.1.1.147/24

rip 10.0.0.0
rip 192.168.2.0

RtrB:
192.168.10.6/24

fa0/0
192.168.3.27/24
shut

rip 192.168.2.0
rip 192.168.3.0


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Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
Thanks Klutz, but would you mind explaining why you'd change the
serial int's from:
192.168.2.5/30
192.168.2.6/30
to
192.168.10.5/24
192.168.10.6/24 ... ?

I understand RIPv1 is classful, but isn't subnetting to /30 allowed ?
This isn't VLSM, correct?


Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
I know it isn't VLSM, but RIP version1 don't announce the subnet mask.
So,on RTA,192.168.2.5/30 and 192.168.2.0/24 are in the same network
.Router's interface should connect different network. You announce the
network 192.168.2.0 on fa0/0 of RTA,how it determine the packet's export?
s0/0 or fa0/0?


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Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
Klutz wrote:

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Where are you seeing that?
The original config is this (rewritten in IOS format):

RtrA

int s0/0
 ip address 192.168.2.5 255.255.255.252

int fa0/0
 ip address 10.1.1.147 255.255.255.0

router rip
 network 10.0.0.0
 network 192.168.2.0


RtrB

int s0/0
 ip address 192.168.2.6 255.255.255.252

int fa0/0
 ip address 192.168.3.27 255.255.255.0
 shutdown

router rip
 network 192.168.2.0
 network 192.168.3.0


Server (10.1.1.148/24) connected to RtrA's LAN
Host Y (192.168.3.28/24) connected to RtrB's LAN


So, other than doing "no shutdown" on RtrB's fa0/0 and adding "version 2" to
both rip configs, I don't see what else can be wrong here.


Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
OK, sorry just realized I still had my home lab available -- too much
studying without it I guess.

I punched the config in and the addressing works fine.

So when the Sim asks to fix/correct the addressing on RtrA, what else
could that entail?  Anyone have any ideas?

Has anyone taken the ICND recently?  Thanks again


Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 23:13:36 -0700

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How do you know you didn't get this one right?

Did you ping to test?  All I could see was whether or not you ensured rip was
at v2 or used another routing protocol, as it wouldn't work with v1.

Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
During the Sim, I was able to ping both the Server and HostY from both
routers.
At home, I only used Ripv1, so addressing seems to work as is.

I know I got it wrong because the Sim asked for 2 things and I could
only do 1.


Re: CCNA - ICND question - help
that's strange, i already replied to this yesterday.

anyway, i too put this into my home lab (sorry, i forgot i had it --
too much studying).  the addressing for rip v1 works as is.

so, now i don't know what the sim wants when it says to correct the
addressing on rtr a.  it's supposed to be straight-forward, but this
one isn't.

anyone take the icnd recently?


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