DEFAULT ROUTER CONFIGURATION USING 2 ROUTERS


Hello friends! In my today’s post, I will mention the steps to perform default router configuration using 2 routers and 2 computers.

What is default routing ? 

Default routing is a way to tell path of one network to another. It is easier than static routing as we don’t have to define each and every network for it.

so let’s get started

# take 2 routers and 2 computers

taking 2 routers and 2 computers

# connect them using Automatically choose connection type wire

setting up a connection

# now click on router 1 > config

configuring router

# select port FastEthernet0/0 and assign an IP address to it let’s say 1.0.0.1

configuring router

# select port FastEthernet0/1 and assign an IP address to it let’s say 2.0.0.1

configuring router

# click on router2 > config

configuring router

# select port FastEthernet0/0 and assign an IP address to it let’s say 2.0.0.2

configuring router

# select port FastEthernet0/1 and assign an IP address to it let’s say 3.0.0.1

configuring router

# now click on PC 1 > IP configuration

assigning ip address

# assign an IP address to it let’s say 1.0.0.2

configuring pc

# now click on PC 2 > IP configuration

assigning ip address

# assign an IP address to it let’s say 3.0.0.2

configuring pc

Now it’s time for routing

# click on router1 > cli

# and write the following codes:-

Router(config)#ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 2.0.0.2
Router(config)#exit

# click on router2 > cli

# and write the following codes:-

Router(config)#ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 2.0.0.1

Router(config)#exit

THAT’S IT

This is how we can configure default routing on routers. If you have any doubt regarding this post then please mention it on you comments.

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