Lab 3.4.3 Part A: Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing

Step 1: Connect the equipment
Step 2: Perform basic configurations on the router

Step 3: Configure Fast Ethernet connections for each VLAN on the router

Step 4: Configure Switch 1

Step 5: Configure Switch 2

Step 6: Configure Switch 3

Step 7: Configure Host 1

Step 8: Configure Host 2

Step 9: Configure Host 3

Step 10: Configure the server

Step 11: Verify connectivity
The router should be able to ping the interfaces of the other devices.
a. From the router, issue a ping to Host 1.
Is the ping successful?
b. From the router, issue a ping to Host 2.
Is the ping successful?
c. From the router, issue a ping to Host 3.
Is the ping successful?
d. From the router, issue a ping to the server.
Is the ping successful?
Host 1 should be able to ping all other devices.
a. From Host 1, ping Host 2.
Is the ping successful?
b. From Host 1, ping the server.
Is the ping successful?
Why can Host 1 ping the server?
c. From the server, ping Host 1.
Is the ping successful?
d. From Switch 3, issue the command show spanning-tree.
Which ports are being used on Switch 3?
What is the role of each of these ports?
Which switch is acting as the root?
What is the protocol that allows VLANs to communicate without switching loops?

Step 12: Reflection
a. Why does this topology not scale well?
b. Why would a VLAN benefit from trunking?
c. Which device provides connectivity between different VLANs?

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