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100-105 Part 5: IPv4 Routing

Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 2

Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 2

🕔09:05, 9.Mar 2016 Want to know if you know IPv4 static routes well enough for the #CCNA exam? Practice til you know them so well that you can think the commands faster than you can type them. They're a great learning tool for IPv4 Read Full Article
IPv4 Static Routes 2

IPv4 Static Routes 2

🕔09:05, 7.Mar 2016 The first time you learn about IP routing, some of the basic ideas just do not click until you think hard about the contents of the IP routing table. One of the best tools to make you think about those Read Full Article
Answers: Serial Link 1

Answers: Serial Link 1

🕔13:10, 9.Jan 2016 The first key to getting serial links working in a lab is to make sure you have a good understanding of the back-to-back cable, the DCE end of the cable, and two competing commands: the clock rate and bandwidth commands. Read Full Article
Serial Link 1

Serial Link 1

🕔13:10, 7.Jan 2016 Ever set up serial links for your #CCENT or #CCNA lab? Here’s a short lab to get you started with the basics. The lab asks for all the commands required to get the links working, plus a few related commands, Read Full Article
A: Which IPv4 Static Routes Could be Useful?

A: Which IPv4 Static Routes Could be Useful?

🕔09:05, 12.Oct 2015 The previous sample question gave us lots of example static IPv4 routes to think about. The answer and explanation are below the fold, as usual. Ask'em if you've got'em! Answer Letter C   Explanation The first two parameters on the ip Read Full Article
Q: Which IPv4 Static Routes Could be Useful?

Q: Which IPv4 Static Routes Could be Useful?

🕔09:05, 8.Oct 2015 This week's sample question is about static IPv4 routes. The question makes you think not only about syntax, but also about the meaning of the parameters of the ip route command. The wording is a bit tricky because I've attempted Read Full Article
Answer to the “Which Route…” question

Answer to the “Which Route…” question

🕔08:05, 2.Apr 2015 Last post I posed a question related to how a router chooses among multiple routes to reach the same subnet, when the routes were learned from different sources. The literal answer is lited below the fold. I'll post a related Read Full Article
Choosing Between Three Routes to Same Subnet

Choosing Between Three Routes to Same Subnet

🕔09:05, 31.Mar 2015 Today's question focuses on one router that has three different available routes to the same subnet (10.1.2.0/24). Which should it choose? Details below, and answer in a few days. R1 happens to run RIP-2 over the link to R2, OSPF Read Full Article
Answers: Summary Route Drill 3

Answers: Summary Route Drill 3

🕔09:05, 27.Mar 2015 This post lists the answers to summary route drill 3. If you’ve not tried the problems for this drill yet, go back, check it out, and come up with the best summary routes. Then come back here and check your Read Full Article
Summary Route Drill 3

Summary Route Drill 3

🕔09:25, 24.Mar 2015 Like the other summary route drills, this post lists three practice problems. Each problem lists a set of subnet/mask pair for existing routes in some router. Your job: choose the subnet/mask pair to use as the best summary route that Read Full Article

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