Company ABC has merged with Company DEF in order to improve profits. John has just been given a very high end project that requires him to set up a network between the 2 companies and share between 4 cities; Chicago, Dallas and the new company that has connections in Toronto and Montreal.
The following information has been given to John:
1. Chicago has 2 switches. There are 2 VLANs on switch one (VLAN91 and VLAN95) and 2 VLANs on switch two (VLAN92 and VLAN93). The 2 switches are connected to each other. Wireless exists on the first VLAN.
2. The Chicago router connects to Dallas on F0/0. An additional interface card will need to be installed in the Chicago router and that new interface port will connect to port F0/0 in Toronto. Toronto connects to Montreal on port F0/1.
3. There is only one switch in Dallas that is configured for VLAN94.
4. There is only one switch in Montreal that is configured for VLAN96 with 2 computers attached. There are no switches in Toronto.
5. All other VLANS in the environment have THREE computers on each VLAN.
6. EIGRP is the routing protocol to use for communication between the routers in Chicago and Dallas, while RIP is used in the Toronto and Montreal location. Redistribution of routes between the networks is the key.
7. Other information you need to know:
a. The IP address range for VLAN91 is 192.168.91.0. There is also a wireless access point on VLAN 91 with 2 wireless devices. SSID = dcn386 and WPA2-psk AES password = 1234567890
b. The IP address range for VLAN92 is 192.168.92.0
c. The IP address range for VLAN93 is 192.168.93.0
d. The IP address range for VLAN94 is 192.168.94.0
e. The IP address range for VLAN95 is 192.168.95.0
f. The IP address range for VLAN96 is 188.8.131.52
g. The IP address range for the connection between Chicago and Dallas is 184.108.40.206
h. The IP address range for the connection between Chicago and Toronto is 220.127.116.11
i. The IP address range for the connection between Toronto and Montreal is 18.104.22.168
j. All subnet masks are 255.255.255.0
i. All PCs start their IP addresses at 30 as the 4th octet. For example…. 192.168.25.30
Your goal is to ensure that ALL PCs (including wireless), in all 3 cities can PING each other with PACKET TRACER.
“Tony Bernabei” rules given throughout the semester apply to this assignment where PCs and Trunks are connected to switches.