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Configuring Routing on a Linux Host
Network routing allows communication between computers over a network and determines what interfaces will send and receive packets. In this lab, you will be tasked with configuring routing so that communication is allowed between different subnets and denied to others.
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Enable Access from Server 2 and Server 3 to the eth1 and eth2 Interfaces on Server 1
On server 2, create a static route to enable access for the 10.0.3.0 network on the 10.0.2.20 interface on Server 1.
On server 3, create a static route to enable access for the 10.0.2.0 network on the 10.0.2.20 interface on Server 1.
Enable Access between Server 2 and Server 3
- On Server 1, create a static route for the 10.0.3.0 network on the 10.0.3.20 interface.
- On Server 1, create a static route for the 10.0.2.0 network on the 10.0.2.20 interface.
Prohibit Access to the 10.0.1.0 Network on Server 3
- On Server 3, remove the static route for the 10.0.1.0 network on the 10.0.3.20 interface.
- On Server 3, prohibit access to the 10.0.1.0 network.
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