Anybody have an accurate .net file for SP Lab workbook volume 1, v1.0

I downloaded the ie.service.provider.topology.1.02 following the link from my account; "Dynamips Topology for Volume I".

However, the very first step calls for configuring a SW1 that does not exists in the .net file.  On top of that, the configuration calls for a link attached to interface FA 0/3, but the initial config file for SW1 does not have an interface FA 0/3.. only FA 1/1-15.

Are there existing .net file and initial configuration files that accurately reflect the topologies used in Servie Provider Workbook 1, volume 1 ??

 

Comments

  • Hi Rich,

    SW1 -> R7, SW2 -> R8

    In the dynamips SP Workbook all connections to R7 or R8  fa1/24 shoold be R7 or R8 fa1/10

    HTH

     Ueli

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    Hello Ueli,

     

          Looking at the topology
    specified, R1 F0/0 should connect to R2 F0/0, but the .net file shows F0/0 = R7
    F1/1.  Also, R1 S0/1 should connect to R3 S1/2, but the .net file shows
    only one serial connection on R1 - S2/0 = FRSW 1.

     

    Thanks for the reply, but it does not seem to
    fit.

     

    Just to clarify, I am looking at Service Provider Lab
    Workbook Volume 1, v1.0 and .net file
    ie.service.provider.topology.1.02.

     

    Rich

     





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    March 06, 2009 12:59 AM
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    Subject: Re:
    [CCIE SP General] Anybody have an accurate .net file for SP Lab workbook volume
    1, v1.0


    Hi Rich,

    SW1 -> R7, SW2 -> R8

    In the dynamips SP Workbook all connections to R7 or R8  fa1/24 shoold
    be R7 or R8 fa1/10

    HTH

     Ueli




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    The .net file is correct. Of course there are some
    differences compared with the real hardware specification. But the topology is
    exactly the same. If you still have doubts, check the VOL2 Dynamips
    edition.

     

    Regards,

    Antonio Soares,
    CCIE #18473 (R&S)
    [email protected]

     





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    sexta-feira, 6 de Março de 2009 9:36
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    Subject: RE: [CCIE SP General] Anybody have an
    accurate .net file for SP Lab workbook volume 1, v1.0



    Hello Ueli,

     

          Looking at the topology specified, R1 F0/0
    should connect to R2 F0/0, but the .net file shows F0/0 = R7 F1/1.  Also,
    R1 S0/1 should connect to R3 S1/2, but the .net file shows only one serial
    connection on R1 - S2/0 = FRSW 1.

     

    Thanks for the reply, but it does not seem to fit.

     

    Just to clarify, I am looking at Service Provider Lab Workbook Volume 1,
    v1.0 and .net file ie.service.provider.topology.1.02.

     

    Rich

     





    From: [email protected]
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Ueli
    Sent: Friday,
    March 06, 2009 12:59 AM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Re:
    [CCIE SP General] Anybody have an accurate .net file for SP Lab workbook volume
    1, v1.0


    Hi Rich,

    SW1 -> R7, SW2 -> R8

    In the dynamips SP Workbook all connections to R7 or R8  fa1/24 shoold
    be R7 or R8 fa1/10

    HTH

     Ueli




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    Antonio Soares, CCIE #18473 (RS/SP/DC)
    [email protected]
    http://www.ccie18473.net

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