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EEE3080F Lab 3

Huawei Routers

Student Lab Manual

• Before you start the lab exercises see the


lab administrator or EEE3080F tutor to get
assigned to your routers.
Contents
3.1 Introduction to Huawei routers......................................................................... 8
3.1.1 Objective ......................................................................................................... 8
3.1.2 Introduction..................................................................................................... 8
3.1.3 Preparation ...................................................................................................... 8
3.1.4 Diagram........................................................................................................... 9
3.1.5 Experiment...................................................................................................... 9
3.1.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 14
3.1.7 Commands .................................................................................................... 15
3.2 PAP (Password Authentication Protocol) ...................................................... 15
3.2.1 Objective ....................................................................................................... 15
3.2.2 Introduction................................................................................................... 15
3.2.3 Preparation .................................................................................................... 16
3.2.4 Diagram......................................................................................................... 16
3.2.5 Experiment.................................................................................................... 16
3.2.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 19
3.2.7 Commands .................................................................................................... 19
3.3 FRP (Frame Relay Protocol).............................................................................. 20
3.3.1 Objective ....................................................................................................... 20
3.3.2 Introduction................................................................................................... 20
3.3.3 Preparation .................................................................................................... 20
3.3.4 Diagram......................................................................................................... 21
3.3.5 Experiment.................................................................................................... 21
3.3.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 24
3.3.7 Commands: ................................................................................................... 25
3.4 CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol)............................. 25
3.4.1 Objective ....................................................................................................... 25
3.4.2 Introduction................................................................................................... 25
3.4.3 Preparation .................................................................................................... 26
3.4.4 Diagram......................................................................................................... 26
3.4.5 Experiment.................................................................................................... 26
3.4.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 29
3.4.7 Commands .................................................................................................... 29
3.5 X.25....................................................................................................................... 30
3.5.1 Objective ....................................................................................................... 30
3.5.2 Introduction................................................................................................... 30
3.5.3 Preparation .................................................................................................... 31
3.5.4 Diagram......................................................................................................... 31
3.5.5 Experiment.................................................................................................... 31
3.5.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 36
3.5.7 Commands .................................................................................................... 36
3.6 FRS (Frame Relay Sub-interface) ..................................................................... 37
3.6.1 Objective ....................................................................................................... 37
3.6.2 Introduction................................................................................................... 37
3.6.3 Preparation .................................................................................................... 37
3.6.4 Diagram......................................................................................................... 38
3.6.5 Experiment.................................................................................................... 38
3.6.6 Conclusion .................................................................................................... 44
3.6.7 Command...................................................................................................... 44
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Explanation of this Manual

Attention please: when you log on the computer for LAB 3, make sure
you ask the tutor to configure the cables for you, do not do it
yourself!!!

(1) We only prepare the manuals for compulsory labs, yet if you still have extra
time, please get the manuals for other labs from the tutors.

(2) Lab 3.2 and 3.3 are compulsory. The tutor will introduce 3.1, which is the
basic lab of this manual. Remember the commands of the lab; try to answer the
question asked. This will give you useful practice for the end of semester lab test.

(3) Lab 3.4, 3.5 and 3.6 are optional.

For this experiment you will need to work in pairs. The first pair will use PCs 1
and 2, second pair PCs 3 and 4, third pair PCs 5 and 6, and the fourth pair PCs 7
and 8.
Before you telnet into the router you need to configure an IP address, subnet
mask and default gateway for your PC.
If you are using PC 1, 3, 5 or 7 configure the following:
1. IP address of PC - 10.128.0.2, subnet mask – 255.255.255.0, and default
gateway – 10.128.0.1 (which is the IP address of the router port that you are
connected to).
If you are using PC 2, 4, 6 or 8 configure the following:
2. IP address of PC - 10.128.1.2, subnet mask – 255.255.255.0, and default
gateway – 10.128.1.1 (which is the IP address of the router port that you are
connected to).
The configuration of the TCP/IP settings described above (these are the IP
address, subnet mask and default gateway), is illustrated below:
(N.B: Ignore the fact that the IP address is 202.0.0.2, it should actually be
10.128.0.2, and the gateway should be 10.128.0.1, instead of 202.0.0.1).
We will give an example of the 10.128.0.2 IP address for PCs 1, 3, 5 and 7. A
similar method can be used for PCs 2, 4, 6 and 8.

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Steps: ( “start”-“control panel”)/ at the right bottom on your computer you will find
the icon of- “network connections”-select “properties” of “local area connections”-
“general”-“internet protocol (TCP/IP)-“using the following IP address”
(Question: Why should we configure the default gateway as “10.128.0.1”?)

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(4) We use “telnet” to configure the routers (“start”→ “run”):

The telnet password for this lab is “huawei”. The IP address of the router port has
already been configured so you do not need to worry about it.

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(5) Abbreviation list (command can be abbreviated when typing if it does not
conflict with another command):

Normal Command Abbreviated Normal Command Abbreviated


Command Command
display disp Ethernet e
Interface Int
Serial s

(6) When you finish the configuration, you can check the configuration by:
[RTA] display current-configuration
You can check the configuration of ports by:
[RTA] display interface
There are many more commands you can use which are not listed in this
manual.

(7) Type the first two/three letters of a command, the rest will be automatically
completed by pressing “Tab” button on the keyboard.
If you need help, then just type “?”, you may get the information you need.

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3.1 Introduction to Huawei routers
3.1.1 Objective

Users will learn how to use Huawei routers, how to configure the IP address of
router ports, the IP address of the computer, and how to implement a network.
Users will also realize communication between two routers and two PCs.

3.1.2 Introduction

This lab will introduce you to the configuration of Huawei routers. In this
experiment, two routers are connected by a serial cable. Each router connects to
a PC.
This lab will use the default protocol configurations. We only configure the IP
address of the serial ports of Huawei routers and the IP address of PCs.
To enable the 2 PCs to communicate with each other:
1. Enter the configuration mode of each router’s serial port and set the IP
address.
2. Set the IP address of PCs 1, 3, 5 or 7, to 10.128.0.2 for the PCs 2, 4, 6 or 8 to
10.128.1.2.
3. You will telnet into the router IP address which will be 10.128.0.1 for PCs 1, 3,
5 or 7, and 10.128.1.1 for PCs 2, 4, 6 or 8, and use the login password “huawei”.

3.1.3 Preparation

ƒ Two PCs with 10/100M NIC installed


ƒ Two Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial
ports.
ƒ Console cable, Cross cables.

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3.1.4 Diagram

RTA 192.0.0.1 192.0.0.2 RTB


255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0
S 1/1 S 1/1
10.128.0.1 10.128.0.2
E 0/0 E 0/0
255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0

10.128.0.2 10.128.1.2
PC 2,4,6 or 8
255.255.255.0 PC 1,3,5 or 7 255.255.255.0

3.1.5 Experiment

1. Log in to the Router using:

• “telnet 10.128.0.1” for connections to routers 1, 3, 5 or 7. The login


password is “huawei”.
• “telnet 10.128.1.1” for connections to routers 2, 4, 6 or 8. The login
password is “huawei”.

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2. Log in to the system and change the name of the router to RTA (if you are
accessing router 1, 3, 5 or 7). If you are accessing routers 2, 4, 6 or 8, change
the router name to RTB.

If you get informational (logging) messages on your console screen, such as the
ones shown below, ignore them and press “enter”, and continue with the lab.

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3. Enter the serial port S 1/1 of RTA, interface configuration mode

4. Set the IP address of S 1/1 of RTA: 192.0.0.1 255.255.255.0 and if you are
accessing RTB, set the IP address of its serial interface, S 1/1 to 192.0.0.2
255.255.255.0.

If you get the following log messages:

“Shutdown”
and “Undo
Shutdown” are
to refresh the
states of the
ports.

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Type “shutdown” then “enter”, followed by “undo shutdown” then “enter”.

5. The IP addresses of the E 0/0 ethernet ports were set before you began the
lab. This was done to enable you to access the router using the telnet program.
However for your own knowledge, the configuration of the IP address of an
Ethernet port (in this case E 0/0) is shown below:
Enter Ethernet port E 0/0 of RTA, interface configuration mode

Set the IP address of Ethernet port E 0/0 of RTA as: 202.0.0.1 255.255.255.0.
(N.B: In this case the IP address was set to 202.0.0.1, while in the actual lab
experiment, router RTA, was set to 10.128.0.1. The subnet mask is
255.255.255.0 in both cases).

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(Question: can we set the IP address here as 192.0.0.5 255.255.255.0? Why?)
The same steps can be carried out to configure the IP address of router RTB, to
10.128.1.1, and the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0.

6. Log in to RTB using the same step as RTA.

7. Set the IP address of S 1/1 of RTB to 192.0.0.2 255.255.255.0

8. Check the communication between the computers and the routers.


Using: “start”-“run”-“cmd”-“ on PCs 1, 3, 5 or 7:
ping 10.128.0.1
ping 192.0.0.1

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ping 192.0.0.2

From PCs 2, 4, 6 or 8:
ping 10.128.1.1, 192.0.0.2 and 192.0.0.1.

(Question: Why do we ping the IP addresses in this order from both PCs?)

3.1.6 Conclusion

When you check the configuration of RTA and RTB by:


[RTA]display interfaces
You will find that PPP encapsulation has automatically been selected for the
serial interfaces. That means the default protocol of the serial interface on a
Huawei router is PPP.
From this experiment we learn how to set the IP address of serial ports and
Ethernet ports, how to set the IP address of PCs, and how to check the
communication between the PCs.

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The steps are summarized:
(1) Log in to the routers.
(2) Set the IP address of serial port and Ethernet port of RTA and RTB.
(2) Set the IP address of the PCs.
(3) Check the result of this experiment whether PCA and PCB can communicate.

3.1.7 Commands

RTA:
[RTA] interface S 1/1
[RTA-s 1/1] IP address 192.0.0.1 255.255.255.0
[RTA] display current-configuration

[RTB]:
[RTB] interface S 1/1
[RTB-s 1/1] IP address 192.0.0.2 255.255.255.0
[RTB] display current-configuration

3.2 PAP (Password Authentication Protocol)


3.2.1 Objective

Learn to configure PPP PAP authentication protocol.


Realize the communication between two routes with PAP authentication protocol.

3.2.2 Introduction

PAP is a 2-handshake authentication and the password is transmitted in plain


text.

In the first lab of this chapter, we know that if we do not configure any protocol,
PPP will be automatically encapsulated.
This lab wants to configure PAP protocol to realize the communication between
two Huawei routers. Serial ports s 1/1 are selected to configure PAP protocol.
This lab wants to realize the communication between two s 1/1 with PAP

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authentication protocol; therefore, the step for configuring the IP address of PCs
in the first lab is unnecessary.

It has the following steps.


1. Set the IP address of the selected serial port interface of the Router
Authentication Party RTA:
2. Configure the user list.
3. Authorize PAP authentication.
Authenticated Party RTB:
4. Configure PAP user.

3.2.3 Preparation

One PC with 10/100M NIC installed


Two Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial ports.
Console cable, Cross cables

3.2.4 Diagram

11.22.33.44 11.22.33.40
255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0
RTA S 1/1 S 1/0 RTB

Console

PC A

3.2.5 Experiment

Configure RTA

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1. Log in

2. Set the IP address of s1/1 of RTA

3. Add user RTB and set the password.

4. Authorize the PAP authentication mode.

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Configure RTB
5. Log in and configure IP address of S 1/1

6. Configure PAP user and the password.

7. Check the communication between both PCs, and RTA and RTB

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3.2.6 Conclusion

This lab wants to realize the communication between two PCs with PAP
authentication.
There are two parts of PAP, authenticating party and authenticated party.
In authenticating party we should:
(1) Configure user list with the password and
(2) Configure PAP authentication.
In authenticated party we should
(1) Configure PAP send user.

3.2.7 Commands

RTA
[RTA] local-user RTB
[RTA-luser-RTB] password simple hello
[RTA-luser-RTB] quit

[RTA] int s 1/1


[RTA-s 1/1] IP address 11.22.33.44 255.255.255.0
[RTA-s 1/1] PPP authentication-mode pap

RTB
[RTB] int s 1/1
[RTB-s1/1] IP address 11.22.33.40 255.255.255.0
[RTB-s1/1] PPP pap local-user RTB

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[RTB-luser-RTA] password simple hello

3.3 FRP (Frame Relay Protocol)


3.3.1 Objective

Learn to configure FRP.


Realize the communication of two routers with FRP protocol.

3.3.2 Introduction

The frame relay protocol is a kind of fast packet switching technology based on
X.25 protocol. FRP only implements the function of the core of the link layer;
therefore it is simpler and more efficient to forward or switch data units in the
data link layer.
This experiment has the following steps:
1. Encapsulate interface.
2. Configure the terminal type of frame relay interface.
3. Allocate DLCI on DCE.

3.3.3 Preparation

One PC with 10/100M NIC installed


Two Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial ports.
Console cable, Cross cables

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3.3.4 Diagram

202.38.7.21
202.38.7.1 202.38.7.56
255.0.0.0 255.0.0.0
DLCI=100
RTA RTB
S 1/1 DCE DTE S 1/1

Console

PC A

3.3.5 Experiment

RTA

1. Enable frame relay switching

2. Configure the IP address of the interface

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3. Configure the interface encapsulation as frame relay

4. Configure local virtual circuit

5. Configure static address mapping

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RTB

6. Configure the IP address of the interface

7. Configure the interface encapsulation as frame relay

8. Configure static address mapping

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9. Check the communication between both PCs, and RTA and RTB

(Question: Change the DLCI for R1 S 2/1 as 200:


[RTA -S 1/1] fr dlci 200
Ping the address 202.38.7.21, succeed or not?
Then change the command as:
[R1-S 2/1] fr inarp
Ping the address 202.38.7.21, succeed or not?)

3.3.6 Conclusion

FRP is an important lab. In this lab, the following job should be completed to
realize the communication between two Huawei routers:
(1) Encapsulate the frame relay protocol
Link-protocol frame-relay
(2) Configure the terminal type of the frame relay interface
Fr interface {dce / dte}

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3.3.7 Commands:

RTA
[RTA] fr switching
[RTA] interface S 1/1
[RTA-S 1/1] IP address 202.38.7.21 255.0.0.0
[RTA-S 1/1] link-protocol fr
[RTA-S 1/1] fr interface-type dce
[RTA-S 1/1] fr dlci 100
[RTA-fr-dlci-S 1/1-100] fr map ip 202.38.7.56 dlci 100

RTB
[RTB] interface S 1/1
[RTB-S 1/1] IP address 202.38.7.56 255.0.0.0
[RTB-S 1/1] link-protocol fr
[RTB-S 1/1] fr interface-type dte
[RTB-S 1/1] fr map IP 202.38.7.21 dlci 100

3.4 CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication


Protocol)
3.4.1 Objective

Learn to configure CHAP protocol.


Realize the communication between two Huawei routers using CHAP
authentication protocol.

3.4.2 Introduction

CHAP is a 3-handshake protocol. The authentication is originated by the


authenticating part.

Like PAP authentication protocol, there are two parts in CHAP, authenticating
party and authenticated party.

1. Set the IP address of the selected serial port interface of the Router
Authentication Party:
2. Configure authentication method.
3. Configure local host name.
4. Add the remote user name and password to the local user list.

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Authenticated Party:
5. Configure the local host name and the remote user name and password.

3.4.3 Preparation

One PC with 10/100M NIC installed


Two Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial ports.
Console cable, Cross cables

3.4.4 Diagram

10.0.0.8 10.0.0.23
255.0.0.0 255.255.255.0
RTA S 1/1 S 1/1 RTB

Console

PC A

3.4.5 Experiment

RTA

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RTB

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Check the communication between both PC, and RTA and RTB.

3.4.6 Conclusion

In CHAP authentication protocol, we have the following things to do:


(1) Authenticating party configuration:
Configure authentication method
ppp authentication-mode chap
Configure local host name
ppp CHAP user username
Add the remote user name and password to the local user list.
local-user username password simple password
(2) Authenticated party configuration:
Configure the local host name and the remote user name and the
password.
ppp CHAP user username
local-user username password simple password

3.4.7 Commands

RTA
[RTA] local-user RTB
[RTA-luser-RTB] password simple hello
[RTA] int s 1/1
[RTA-s 1/1] PPP chap user RTA
[RTA-s 1/1]PPP authentication-mode chap

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RTB
[RTB] local-user RTA
[RTA-luser-RTB] password simple hello
[RTA] int s 1/1
[RTA-s1/1] PPP chap user RTB

3.5 X.25
3.5.1 Objective

Learn to configure X.25 protocol.


Realize the communication of two computer use X.25 protocol.

3.5.2 Introduction

The X.25 recommendation is the interface specification between the DTE and the
DCE. Its main function is to describe how to set up virtual circuit, transmission
packets, set up links, transmit data, release links and to clear the virtual circuits
between the DTE and the DCE, and in the meantime, it will implement the error
control, flow control, statistics, etc. And also it provides users with some optional
services and configuration functions. (Note: The DTE and DCE here are different
form the DTE and DCE of the physical interface. Here DTE means the user
equipment such as routers, etc; DCE means equipments such as packet switch,
etc. Route can also sever as the DCE.)

In the first experiment of this chapter, we know that if we do not configure any
protocol, PPP will be automatically encapsulated. That means this experiment
should configure X.25 by hand.
It has the following steps.
1. Set the IP address of the selected interface of the Router
2. Configure the interface to encapsulate it as the X. 25.
3. Specify its work model: DTE or DCE.
4. Specify the address mapping.
5. Set the flow control parameter.

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3.5.3 Preparation

One PC with 10/100M NIC installed


Two Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial ports.
Console cable, Cross cables

3.5.4 Diagram

RTA (DTE) 202.38.160.1 202.38.1600.2 RTB (DCE)


20112451 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 20112452
S 1/1 S 1/1
Console

PC A

3.5.5 Experiment

RTA:

1. Configure the IP address of S 1/1 of RTA

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2. Encapsulate this interface as the X.25 interface and specify that it works in the
DTE mode.

3. Specify the X.121 address in this interface

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4. Specify the address mapping to the remote end

5. Set the flow control parameter

RTB:
6. Configure the IP address of S 1/1 of RTB

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7. Encapsulate this interface as the X.25 interface and specify that it works in the
DTE mode.

8. Specify the X.121 address in this interface

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9. Specify the address mapping to the remote end

10. Set the flow control parameter

11. Check the communication between both PCs, and RTA and RTB

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(Question: Please change the command of step 9 as:
[RTB- S 1/1] X25 map IP 202.38.160.5 X121-address 20112451
Try to ping the address 202.38.160.2, succeed or fail? Why?)
Then input:
[RTB- S 1/1] undo X25 map IP 202.38.160.1 X121-address 20112451, ping
again, succeed or fail? Why?)

3.5.6 Conclusion

In this lab, the following steps should be completed:


(1) Configure the work mode of X.25
link-protocol X. 25 [dte/dce]
(2) Congigure the X. 121 address
X25 X121-address X. 121-address
(3) Create the map between network address and X. 121 address
X25 map protocol protocol-address x121-address X.121-address [?]

3.5.7 Commands

[RTA] interface s 1/1


[RTA- S 1/1] IP address 202.38.160.1 255.255.255.0
[RTA- S 1/1] link-protocol X25 DTE
[RTA- S 1/1] X25 X121-address 20112451
[RTA- S 2/0] X25 map IP 202.38.160.2 X121-address 20112452

[RTB] interface s 1/1


[RTB- S 1/1] IP address 202.38.160.2 255.255.255.0
[RTA- S 1/1] link-protocol X25 DCE
[RTA- S 1/1] X25 X121-address 20112452
[RTA- S 1/1] X25 map IP 202.38.160.1 X121-address 20112451

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3.6 FRS (Frame Relay Sub-interface)
3.6.1 Objective

Learn to configure FRS protocol.


Realize the communication among the computers with FRS

3.6.2 Introduction

FRS aims at solving the issue of split horizon in FR, therefore it adds a function
called sutinterface. That means on each physical interface we can set several
subinterfaces, each has its own IP address. The function of the subinterface is
the same as the physical interface, therefore the problem of split horizon is
solved.

This experiment has the following steps:


1. Configure the frame relay switch, enable frame relay switching, configure
frame relay interface type, and configure PVC route.
2. Create subterface, allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and configure IP
address on one Router.
3. Allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and configure IP address on other two
Routers.

3.6.3 Preparation

One PC with 10/100M NIC installed


Three Routers (Quidway AR 28-31) with 100/1000M Ethernet ports, Serial ports.
Console cable, Cross cables.

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3.6.4 Diagram

192.0.0.2
255.255.255.0 R2
DLCI=100 DTE
S 1/1

192.0.0.1
255.255.255.0 DLCI=300 S 2/0
R1 S 1/1.1 S 1/1 R4
Frame-relay switch
DTE S 1/1.2 DCE

Console 192.0.1.1 DLCI=400 S 2/1


255.255.255.0
S 1/1 R3
DTE
PC A 192.0.1.2
255.255.255.0
DLCI=200

3.6.5 Experiment

R1
1. Configure the interface encapsulation as FR

2. Create sub-interface of S 1/1.1, allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and


configure IP address.

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3. Create sub-interface of S 1/1.2, allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and
configure IP address.

R2:
4. Allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and configure IP address.

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R3:
5. Allocate DLCI, create address mapping, and configure IP address.

R4:
6. Enable frame relay switching

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7. Configure frame relay interface type. Configure PVC switching route.

8. Create subinterface.

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9. Configure FRP on S 2/0.

10. Configure FRP on S 2/1.

11. Check the communication among the routers:


Ping from [R1] S 1/1.1 to 192.0.0.2

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Ping from [R1] S 1/1.1 to 192.0.1.2

Ping from [R3] S 1/1 to 192.0.1.1

Ping from [R3] S 1/1 to 192.0.0.1

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3.6.6 Conclusion

In FRS lab, we should follow three steps:


(1) Configure the frame relay switch (R4), including;
Set IP address, enable frame relay switching, configure frame relay
interface type, and configure PVC route.
(Question: Why should not we set the IP address here?)
(2) Configure R1, including:
Create subinterface, set up address mapping, allocate DLCI
(3) Configure R2 and R3, including:
Sep IP address, enable frame relay switching, create address mapping,
allocate DLCI.

3.6.7 Command

R1:
[R1] int s 1/1
[R1-s 1/1] link-protocol fr
[R1-s 1/1] int s 1/1.1
[R1-s 1/1.1] fr map ip 192.0.0.2 300
[R1-s 1/1.1] fr dlci 300
[R1-s 1/1.1] ip address 192.0.0.1 255.255.255.0
[R1-s 1/1] int s 1/1.2
[R1-s 1/1.2] fr map ip 192.0.1.2 400
[R1-s 1/1.2] fr dlci 400
[R1-s 1/1.2] ip address 192.0.1.1 255.255.255.0

R2:
[R2] fr switching
[R2] link-protocol fr
[R2-s 1/1] fr interface-type dce
[R2-s 1/1] fr dlci-switch 300 interface s 2/0 dlci 100
[R2-s 1/1] fr dlci-switch 400 interface s 2/1 dlci 200
[R2-s 1/1] fr dlci 300

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[R2-s 1/1] fr dlci 400
[R2-s 1/1] int s 1/1.1
[R2-s 1/1.1] int s 1/1.2

[R2] int s 2/0


[R2-s 2/0] link-protocol fr
[R2-s 2/0] fr interface-type dce
[R2-s 2/0] fr dlci-switch 100 interface s 1/1 dlci 300
[R2-s 2/0] fr dlci 100

[R2] int s 2/1


[R2-s 2/1] link-protocol fr
[R2-s 2/1] fr interface-type dce
[R2-s 2/1] fr dlci-switch 200 interface s 1/1 dlci 400
[R2-s 2/1] fr dlci 200

R3:
[R3] int s 1/1
[R3-s 1/1] link-protocol fr
[R3-s 1/1] fr map ip 192.0.0.1 100
[R3-s 1/1] fr dlci 100
[R3-s 1/1] ip add 192.0.0.2 255.255.255.0

R4:
[R3] int s 1/1
[R4-s 1/1] link-protocol fr
[R4-s 1/1] fr map ip 192.0.1.1 200
[R4-s 1/1] fr dlci 100
[R4-s 1/1] ip add 192.0.1.2 255.255.255.0

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