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Note that the commands are pretty much the same, except for the fact that we navigate to the Serial0 interface instead of the Ethernet0 interface After the IP address is assigned with the ip address command, you then set the encapsulation protocol for the serial link Popular encapsulation protocols over a serial link are HDLC or PPP You need to ensure you are using the same protocol that is on the other end of the serial link
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Once you have the IP addresses assigned to each interface, you will need to ensure that routing is enabled on the router by typing the following commands:
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ROUTERA> enable ROUTERA# configure terminal ROUTERA(config)# ip routing
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The ip routing command is used to enable routing on the router Should you wish to disable routing on the router, you would then type the no ip routing command Once routing has been enabled, the router will automatically add a route for each of the networks it is directly connected to To view the routing table and verify that the routes are added, type
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ROUTERA> show ip route
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If you have a look at Figure 5-4, you will notice that the show ip route command was typed and the routing table is displayed Notice in the figure that the route to the 19216810 and 19216820 networks is automatically added because the router is connected to those networks You will also notice a letter C to the left of each route entry, which means that the route is there because the router is directly connect to the network
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When administering a Cisco router, you will need to add routes for routes that do not exist in the routing table For example, looking back to Figure 5-4, ROUTERA knows about the 19216810 and 19216820 networks but not the 19216830 network If you want to configure ROUTERA so that it knows about the 19216830 network, you will need to add the route manually by typing
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ROUTERA> enable ROUTERA# configure terminal ROUTERA(config)# ip route 19216830 2552552550 19216822
5:
Subnetting and Routing
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Looking at the routing table of a Cisco router
In this code listing the command is ip route (shown in Figure 5-5) to add a route to the routing table The 19216830 is the address of the destination network you are adding and its subnet mask, while 19216822 is the address that ROUTERA is to send information to that is destined for the 19216830 network Notice that 19216822 is the address of an interface on ROUTERB For the exam know that that ROUTERA can communicate directly the ip route command is used to add a with The idea here is that in order for static route on a Cisco router and the ROUTERA to send data to the 19216830 show ip route command is used to display network, it will pass the data to ROUTERB your routing table via the interface at 19216822, which will then send the data onto the 19216830 network If you view the routing table with the show ip route command, you will notice that you have routes in the routing table that are there because the router is connected to that network, and you will notice the static routes, which are indicated with a letter S Figure 5-6 displays the new routing table with the static route added
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Adding a static route to a Cisco router
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Displaying the routing table after the static route has been added
Deleting a route on a Cisco router
It was pretty easy to add a route to the Cisco router with the ip route command, and it is just as easy to delete a route with the no ip route command To delete a route from the routing table, use the following syntax:
ROUTERA> enable ROUTERA# configure terminal ROUTERA(config)# no ip route 19216830 2552552550
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Subnetting and Routing
Windows routers
It is important to understand that because the IP protocol is running on your Windows computer, it has a built-in routing table as well The built-in routing table is used by Windows to determine how to send data It is also important to note that it is possible to take a Windows server and install routing features on it so that it routes data from one network to another In order to do this, you will need to have two network cards, each acting like an interface on a real router Once you have both network cards installed and have assigned IP addresses to them, you can then enable the Windows Routing feature by going to Start | Administrative Tools | Routing And Remote Access Once the Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) console is started, you then must enable Routing and Remote Access by right-clicking your server in the left side of the window and then choosing Configure And Enable Routing And Remote Access This will launch the wizard that will allow you to enable the routing feature of a Windows server In the RRAS Setup Wizard, you will need to choose Custom Configuration and then choose Next When you reach the screen asking which services you wish to install, select LAN Routing (shown in Figure 5-7); then press Next and Finish the wizard
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