Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENIEducation/SampleAssignments/IPRouting/Procedure2


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  • GENIEducation/SampleAssignments/IPRouting/Procedure2

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    8888         <h4> Questions: </h4>
    8989             <ol>
    90               <li> <b>What happens when you a traceroute from A to IP address 192.168.2.2? Why? </b> <br/>Include the output of the traceroute in your writeup</li>
     90              <li> <b>What happens when you traceroute from A to IP address 192.168.2.2? Why? </b> <br/>Include the output of the traceroute in your writeup</li>
    9191              <li> <b>Setup the routing from A to 192.68.2.2 so that it goes through B. Was it enough to just modify the routing tables? What else  did you need to change in order for the traffic to flow? </b> <br/>In your writeup include all the commands you ran and a screenshot of the routing configuration</li>
    92               <li> <b>What happens when you a traceroute from A to IP address 192.168.2.2 after you setup the static routes? </b> <br/>In your writeup include a screenshot of the traceroute output.</li>
     92              <li> <b>What happens when you traceroute from A to IP address 192.168.2.2 after you setup the static routes? </b> <br/>In your writeup include a screenshot of the traceroute output.</li>
    9393             </ol>       
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    131131= Tips =
    132132  * Remember that you can use “ifconfig” to determine which Ethernet interface (e.g., eth0) is bound to what IP address at each of the nodes.
    133   * In order to enable forwarding of packets on node B you have to execute the following command:
     133  * In order to enable IP forwarding of packets on a node you have to execute the following command:
    134134  {{{
    135135echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward