6.5.8 Packet Tracer – Addressing in a Tiered Internetwork Answers
This lab does not include an Addressing Table.
- Assign IP information to router interfaces
- Select the proper IP address and mask for each interface
- Assign the selected information to the router
Given the topology shown and a list of possible IP addresses, assign an appropriate IP address and subnet mask to the interfaces of router Router0 that will satisfy the host requirements of each network, while resulting in the minimum possible number of unused IP addresses.
Task 1: Assign IP information to router interfaces.
Step 1. Select the proper IP address and mask for each interface.
Study the network diagram and choose from the table below an IP address and subnet mask for each router interface that will satisfy the host requirements of each network.
Step 2. Assign the selected information to the router.
Click on Router0. Click the Config tab. Select INTERFACE FastEthernet0/0 and assign the IP address and Subnet Mask chosen in Step 1. Assign the IP address and Subnet Mask chosen in Step 1 to the other two interfaces in the same fashion. Check your answer by clicking the Check Results button.