I'm currently facing some difficulties in configuring routing within a network topology using Cisco Packet Tracer. I have attempted to use OSPF , but unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be working as expected. My professor has mentioned that I should try a hybrid routing approach, possibly involving OSPF and BGP . However, I have limited experience with this configuration method and would greatly appreciate some guidance.
Before diving into the specifics, here's a brief overview of the topology:
The problem arises when I attempt to access "www.theccnas.com" from the Admin PC. Additionally, I am unable to access "www.externalone.com" from the NET Admin PC and the DMZ Web Server. These issues seem to be related to routing, and I suspect that a combination of OSPF and BGP might be necessary to resolve them. It's worth mentioning that I have implemented some security measures, such as ACLs , within the network.