CCENT Question 104: Troubleshooting Ping Failure

CCENT Question 104: Troubleshooting Ping Failure

🕔08:25, 27.Feb 2013 Today’s question turns the #CCENT discussion around, from “what happens when it works” to “what might cause it to not work”. Like the previous three questions, it mixes layers 2 and 3, this time requiring some troubleshooting analysis. The question Read Full Article
CCENT Answer 103: ARP Tables

CCENT Answer 103: ARP Tables

🕔11:05, 22.Feb 2013 Today’ post gives the letter answer(s), and explains why, for this latest #CCENT question. The question focuses on ARP tables, but with enough noise to make you think about what really happens in the network. Don’t read here until you Read Full Article
CCENT Question 103: IPv4 ARP Tables

CCENT Question 103: IPv4 ARP Tables

🕔09:05, 19.Feb 2013 Here’s another #CCENT question that makes you think about both layer 2 and 3. PC1 and PC2 successfully connect to a web server. What ARP table entries should exist at the end of that process? The Scenario: Question 103 (Ongoing Read Full Article
CCENT Answer 102: Switch MAC Learning

CCENT Answer 102: Switch MAC Learning

🕔09:05, 11.Feb 2013 Today’ post gives the letter answer, and explains why, for this latest #CCENT question. The question focuses on switch learning, with a little layer 3 weaved in. Don’t read here until you try the question! Literal Answer(s): D Figure Reference Read Full Article
CCENT Question 102: Switch MAC Learning

CCENT Question 102: Switch MAC Learning

🕔12:17, 8.Feb 2013 Here’s another #CCENT question that kicks up a small notch. PC1 successfully connects to a web server. What MAC address table entries are learned? To answer, you have to think about not just layer 2, but also layer 3, and Read Full Article

Q101 Answer: Combining Protocols

🕔09:05, 1.Feb 2013 A seemingly simple #CCENT question: PC1 pings an IP address. What protocols are used as a result? And does the topology matter? Today’s answers to the previous blog post’s CCENT question spells out the literal answer, and the steps. Check Read Full Article

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