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can not access web server, what did i forgot?

user21239
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Hi,

 

I try to access the web server from PC1 for an http page.
I can ping my default gateway, the dns server, all routers also router INT that is behind NAT.
Vlan's, routing and NAT seem ok to me.

 

Thanks if anyone can help me.

 

 

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Hi @user21239 

 

I have reviewed your exercise and you must correct 4 things:
1 The DNS server's IP is incorrectly entered on the PC (you entered 198.198.1.1).

2 In router R2 you must correct the default route, as this indicates that the output interface is serial 0/0/1, but it must be serial 0/0/0.

3 On router R2 you must redistribute the static route using EIGRP.
For this you must enter the EIGRP configuration and enter the redistribute static command.

4 Make sure all the links that connect the switches are in trunk mode.

 

I enclose the exercise with these corrections (I have occupied version 7.3.0 of PT).

 

Regards

 

 

 

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luis_cordova
VIP Advisor VIP Advisor
VIP Advisor

Hi @user21239 

 

Compress your exercise (winzip) and attach it to check

 

Regards

Thanks, i send in message

Hi @user21239 

 

I have reviewed your exercise and you must correct 4 things:
1 The DNS server's IP is incorrectly entered on the PC (you entered 198.198.1.1).

2 In router R2 you must correct the default route, as this indicates that the output interface is serial 0/0/1, but it must be serial 0/0/0.

3 On router R2 you must redistribute the static route using EIGRP.
For this you must enter the EIGRP configuration and enter the redistribute static command.

4 Make sure all the links that connect the switches are in trunk mode.

 

I enclose the exercise with these corrections (I have occupied version 7.3.0 of PT).

 

Regards

 

 

 

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