If you haven’t already, take a look at the previous blog.~How do you eat an Elephant~
>>>>>> CLICK HERE FOR THIS LAB ON DHCP/VLANS/OSPF <<<<<<
This Lab is not difficult if you know basic Vlans, DHCP, and OSPF.
No hard confusing configurations. Just plain, regular …….stuff.
It can become overwhelming if you don’t have the basics down.
If you need some help on configuration and basic setups for DCHP/VLANS/OSPF watch these YouTube video’s to help get an understanding.
You can also check out my other blogs such as:
Routing & Switching, VLAN, EIGRP, IPv4, DHCP
Lab – Configuring OSPF PART 1
At the end of the packet tracer all nodes should be able to reach each other.
DONT FORGET: YOU LOSE AN ARP REQUEST THE FIRST TIME AROUND!
Might I suggest “PINGING” instead of using that little quick icon? That way you can see if it is even reach able vs destination not found! Or timed out……
Also! Don’t forget about “tracert”! That helps too!