Student needs help with addressing

Discussion in 'Network Routers' started by PC, Jun 23, 2004.

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    I am in a routers II class and we are learning OSPF and VLSM using cisco
    routers and switches. I was given a project to do and had to completely
    design the layout of the network (which I have done and is shown below)
    it was approved and noted to be what the instructor wanted, then i was
    instructed to come up with an ip addressing scheem and layout using
    OSPF. I am required not to havemore than 100 subnets per host.


    Can someone please help me figure this address scheme out? Or at least
    advise me if i am going in the right direction with this?
    Thank you in advance for any advice that is given or suggestions.


    This is what I have:
    network 192.168.1.0

    ________________

    | Switch | ip 192.168.1.2 w/ DGW @ 192.168.1.1

    ---------------------
    ethernet cables
    | | |

    / | \

    O O O
    routers w/ names HQ
    Charlotte London
    serial cables /
    \ / \ / \
    /
    | O O | |
    /
    \ Charelston Richmond | |
    /
    | | | |
    /
    | | / \
    O
    O Host / \
    Ral1
    Ral2 / \

    | O O

    Host Paris Lisbon

    |

    Host

    What I need 2 figure out:
    I have Ral1 which is a two story building with 125 employees on the
    floors times 2 (total of 250 employees)
    Ral2 which is a two story building with 125 employees on the
    floors times 2 (total of 250 employees)
    I have 17 branch offices in the US that 30 employees each
    9 regional offices (the routers above)
    and 5 branch offices in the UK that has 30 employees each

    Note: Can not have more than 100 hosts / subnet due to congestion

    ISP connection should be 121.234.56.1
    client machine to simulate internet access line on Ral1 (distribution
    router) ethernet using ip address of 121.234.56.2/24
     
    PC, Jun 23, 2004
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