Task 1.11 Vol 1

When asked to make the RIP pasive on the outside interface , I am trying to understand the logic behind that, can someone shade some light on this part.

 

thanks in advance

 

Hash

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  • Hi Hash,

    The goal of the following labs (starting from 1.11) is to cover different configuration options for NAT/PAT. This means that the inside/dmz networks will be hidden from the outside via NAT to protect their real IP information. The only network that the the rest of the world needs to know is the 136.1.122.0/24 which is directly connected on the outside. This is why we need that interface to stop sending updates.

    Hope it makes sense.

     

     












  • Thanks, just to stop sending the RIP updates to the outside in
    order to hide the inside.

     

    Thank you for the explanation.

     

    Hash

     

    From: [email protected]
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of barbara.bogdanescu

    Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2010 7:44 PM

    To: Hashiru Aminu (haminu)

    Subject: Re: [CCIE Sec] Task 1.11 Vol 1

     

    Hi Hash,

    The goal of the following labs (starting from 1.11) is to cover different
    configuration options for NAT/PAT. This means that the inside/dmz networks will
    be hidden from the outside via NAT to protect their real IP information. The
    only network that the the rest of the world needs to know is the 136.1.122.0/24
    which is directly connected on the outside. This is why we need that interface
    to stop sending updates.

    Hope it makes sense.

     

     







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  • Hi haminu,

     

      I thought that you would ask me when you need any support:)

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