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Topic # 27118 15-Oct-2008 01:02
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Hello,thank you for allowing me to post here
... since i am a rookie in the field would you please help me out on this:
i need to connect the three routers as described on the picture bellow (the ports with the question marks on them)

http://img390.imageshack.us/img390/9234/nethr9.jpg

What IP's they should get so that they connect each other and be able to send and receive packets to / from others networks
Thanks!

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  Reply # 171278 15-Oct-2008 13:45
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What exactly are you trying to achieve?  We may be able to suggest an alternate implementation for you.



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  Reply # 171336 15-Oct-2008 19:00
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Nate,thanks for your reply
it's ethernet
I was thinking to assign 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 (172.16/12 prefix) (RFC1918) which gives me 16 supernets 1048574 addresses each with but would this causes me any trobles in the future?
for example:
R1-172.16.4.1
R2-172.16.8.1
R2-172.16.12.1
so that I can add hosts to each of those three new nets
And if I add the default route 172.16.0.0 in the route table would this work in this way?
I haven't tried to implement supernets so far
or it will be more beneficiall if I just set defaul class c addresses like
R1 - 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1
R2 - 192.168.0.2
R3 - 192.168.1.2

I just cannot figure it out how the route table would look like in this way

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