This multiuser activity was posted by one of our readers Roger Gale. He has extended an activity posted on this site. He has added the follow features.
Students have their own pod of routers and dn’s to create. The students need to set up (appropriate) eigrp routing and dial peers to each of the other pods. Dial peers need to point to all call managers on the other pods (Hopefully 172.16.xxx.1).
The challenge is getting the four-digit dial-peers to dial the five-digit peers. The peers should use the expression ^….$ and ^…..$ for the four and five digit dial-peer respectively. Solved peers Peer1 and Peer15 are included in the zip file and Peer1 (eg. 1101) should be able to dial Peer15 (eg. 15101). The phone notifies unreachable after 1510 is dialed on the 1101 extension, but if the last digit (1) is dialed the phone rings through.
Passwords in the instructor’s pod are “bcit” for both console and enable if they are requested.
I would like to personally thank Roger for contribution and his support of this site.
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