sexta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2016
Lab simulando a internet
Galera, deem uma olhada na topologia criado pelo Alyas Saify da universidade de Kabul, segue o post na comunidade do CiscoCerts:
Check out this post lab setup from community member Alyas Saify.
Hello, my name is Alyas Saify,
I graduated from the Computer Engineering faculty at Kabul Polytechnic University. I earned a CCNA in
Routing and Switching.
My final-year project at the university was Internet simulation. Some of the protocols I simulated included
Routing protocol (BGP, EIGRP, OSPF), and Frame Relay point-to- point full mesh topology design between ISPs and branches of ISPs.
In IP planning (public IP address and private IP address), I used VLSM.
Each ISP has its own DMZ zone (email server, web server, and DNS server). When configured with public IP address, these servers are accessible from everywhere.
Other protocols I used were VLANS, HSRP, VTP, LACP, PAGP, NAT, and ACCESS LISTS.
And applications layer protocols services included EMAIL, WWW (http, https), DHCP, Telnet, SSH, FTP, TFTP, SNMP, NET FLOW, and SYSLOG.