TCP/IP Model? Check. TCP/IP Models? Yes, two of them, but it’s no big deal. Just take the extra minute to remember the details. The latest practice question asks a question that requires you to [...]
The term LAN broadcast may have a specific meaning to you, with the contents of the Ethernet header leaping from your memory. But maybe not. What about the source address? Type field? Check out [...]
To answer some #CCNA questions, you need to think like a network analyzer (e.g., Wireshark). What values sit in the headers of an Ethernet frame or IP packet? In this next sample question, you’ll [...]
This latest #CCNA / #CCENT question uses a specific scenario: a working ping, a clearing of a switch MAC address table, and a repeat of the ping. The scenario hopes to make stretch a bit and [...]
#CCNA candidates learn about ARP early in the ICND1 half of their studies, and it takes just a few minutes to learn the basics. At the same time, people who write CCNA exam questions can ask us [...]
Host A web browsers to server E, which sits on a different subnet. Who ARPs for whom, and where? Check the question, pick your answer, and come back here to check your answer and see the explanation.
Are you an #ARP pretender? ARP is simple. At the same time, ARP can be used as both a testing tool and interview tool determine whether someone really knows how networks work, or if they just [...]