Subnet addressing to accommodate Worchester site

Subnet addressing to accommodate Worchester site
  • Subnetting: Properly subnet addressing blocks to accommodate the sites VLAN sizes. Youwill notneed
    to implement VLANs here; rather, you will create the correct sizing to
    properly accommodate the devices stated per the xACME educational
    topology. Carefully consider the challenges faced when structuring
    subnets too large and/or too small during your design. The starting
    Worchester site addressing range is /16 (per the xACME
    educational topology diagram). Formatting per subnet should follow
    format below and should be clearly stated and placed within a table.
    • NetID
    • mask/CIDR values
    • broadcast
    • usable range
  • Implement
    a routing protocol to manage networks within the Boston site topology
    as well as default routes to exit non-Boston traffic. Summarization
    addresses should be stated per router in Boston’s topology. Consider
    redundancy upgrades as well and document per topology.
    • Routing Protocol: Research
      the different routing protocol types (distance vector/link
      state/hybrid) and choose a routing protocol implement (OSPF, EIGRP,
      RIP). Justify your selection by defining its strengths and weaknesses.
      Define the proper addressing block to assign per point-to-point links
      and implement your solution per all three routers. Routing protocol
      should be set up in a way to advertise all IP subnets, WAN and LAN
      interfaces on a router. Be sure to protect the advertisements of our
      routing tables as well.
    • Summarization: Define
      the route summarization addresses for each Boston site router. These
      addresses will not be implemented on the routers, but they will be
      documented in your response. Each summarization address must be large
      enough to include all required subnets contained within the underlying
      site subnets.
    • Default Route:Any traffic not
      matching internal networks will need to be routed outward. Implement
      default routes on the site routers to exit this traffic.
    • Topology: Consider
      the potential challenges with the current Boston site topology (cabling
      and redundancy approach). If improvements are needed, update the
      topology and discuss and routing redundancy approaches you see fit.
  • Please refer to the following configurations:
    • BostonSiteRouter1
    • BostonSiteRouter2
    • BostonSiteRouter3

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