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EXAMPLE NETWORKS

After the device’s AppleTalk information has been entered, the menu will appear as follows:

Device AppleTalk Configuration

Menu:

(Device = "SITE2")

1)

AppleTalk Address

 

0.0

2)

AppleTalk

Routing

 

ENABLED

3)

Make calls for AppleTalk

data

ENABLED

4)

AppleTalk

Routing Protocol

None

Select function from above or <RET> for previous menu:

We will now continue with the AppleTalk Routing configuration. Return to the main AppleTalk Routing Menu.

CONFIGURING ANAPPLETALKSTATICROUTE

SITE1 requires one static route. This static route will give SITE1 access to SITE2 and its associated resources.

To add the static route, select AppleTalk Static Routes from the main AppleTalk Routing Menu. Then,press 1 to add a static route. You will then be prompted for static route information as shown below:

AppleTalk Network Type:

1)Extended Network

2)NonExtended Network

Enter a network type from the above menu or <RET> to cancel? 1

Enter the destination network range or <RET> to cancel? 45-50

Enter the AppleTalk address of the next hop device. Enter "0.0" if the next hop is over an unnumbered link or <RET> to cancel? 0.0

Enter the device name of the next hop device or <RET> to cancel? SITE2

Enter the number of hops for this route or <RET> to cancel? 1

Enter the default zone name or <RET> to cancel? SITE2.Engineering

Use the following information to clarify each of the static route information entries:

AppleTalk network type: This is SITE2’s network type.

destination network range

This is the destination network range assigned to SITE2’s LAN segment. As indicated on the topology worksheet, SITE2’s network range is 45-50.

next hop’s AppleTalk address

The next hop is the device that provides access to the network across the WAN. In this case, SITE2 will provide access to the network across the WAN for SITE1. Because we are using an unnumbered link, enter 0.0 for SITE2’s AppleTalk address.

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