RIP Lab is nicely designed. I found a small error in this lab. Not very serious. After hostname configuration to RouterA the subsequent prompts should appear as "RouterA"
Repeat the commands above for the other connected interfaces on the frame relay switch.
Hey, having a real FRUSTRATING problem with the frame-relay lab here. I setup the diagram using Boson Netmap, loaded the map in the simulation. Everything works fine, until I have to use the frame-relay route command. It doesnt recognize the command, even thoough when I do the "?" the command is there, can someone tell me if they tried this and whether they are having the same problem? is it a bug with Boson and that command?
I read this thread several times but it is still not clear for me.I also read "My router Lab" thread.
Here's is what I understood till now;
-Serial ports are used to connect the routers to eachother via back-to-back cable.I am giving the same example in techexams.net's Hardware LAB.
2 routers (RouterA and RouterB)
S0 of RouterA connects to S0 of RouterB with DB60 back-to-back cable.
For AUI ports we plug a transiever for both routers.From transievers a straight cable directly to ethernet cards of 2 PC's.
E1 of RouterA goes to Host A
E2 of RouterB goes to Host B.
And now the part which is not clear
Console port is used to configure the router.From console port of RouterA comes and goes to the serial com port of HostA.Ok,everything is ok.Now we can configure the RouterA from HostA via telnet.
But how we can configure the RouterB from HostB or from HostA?
There isn't any console cable between RouterB and HostB.
Ok I understand there is a back-to-back cable between routers but how will we say the name of the ports for RouterB?
What is the configuration?