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TOPIC: Packet tracer activity

Re: Packet tracer activity 12 years 9 months ago #24246

Had a quick peek at it, router 4 has a wrong serial ip address, you used 172.20.7.1 while the middle router uses 172.20.8.2.

You also forgot to set a default gateway in the pc

So changing the serial interface 0/1/0 address on router 4 to 172.20.8.1
And giving PC-3 a default gateway in its ipconfig (172.20.9.2)
Should solve your problem

Sorry haven't got any place to upload the working file besides megaupload or something. But this should be a piece of cake.

Re: Packet tracer activity 12 years 9 months ago #24257

Thanks for the answer. I've correct the gateway option.

I've this another proble, I check all the conditions for use RIP on this small network but the routers aren't routing.

What's going on?

The file is www.divshare.com/download/3084890-214

Thank you

Re: Packet tracer activity 12 years 9 months ago #24258

I've solve. The serial connector wasn't in the right place xD

Re: Packet tracer activity 12 years 1 month ago #27078

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I will modofied this file trying to add another network. I've configured the new RIP entry in graphic mode but when i check the routin gtable the new entry doesn't appear. I check all the conditions for use RIP on this small network but the routers aren't routing.
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Re: Packet tracer activity 12 years 1 month ago #27079

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jeliament,

Could you post a link to your modified .pkt file so that we have a look. You can upload here: www.downloadtaxi.com
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Solution 11 years 1 month ago #31147

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Well.....friend I have a solution for you. You can use 255.255.0.0 that means 172.20.x.x /16. But theres a problem with routers. You can not give same network on both interfaces. What you have to do is...put 172.20.x.x on 1 interface and 172.30.x.x on other side, and so on. This way you wont get overlap problem. And don't forget to put clock rates on DCE side. :wink:
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