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200-105 Part 5 - IPv4 Routing and Tshooting

traceroute to a subnet broadcast – Answer (1)

traceroute to a subnet broadcast – Answer (1)

🕔09:05, 18.Jun 2015

In this post I’ll start diving into an answer for that latest question about what happens when a host does a tracert command for a subnet broadcast address. You’ll need to check out the question first before most of this

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Question: Traceroute to a subnet broadcast address – what happens?

Question: Traceroute to a subnet broadcast address – what happens?

🕔09:05, 16.Jun 2015

Here’s a new question that makes you think about LAN broadcasts. I made this one up because of a post on the Cisco Learning Network about whether routers always choose to not forward broadcasts, or not. Traditionally, routers have been

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#CCENT and #CCNA Fast Start: a ROAS Question

#CCENT and #CCNA Fast Start: a ROAS Question

🕔09:05, 10.May 2013 The new #CCENT and #CCNA exam topics state that we need to be ready to configure and verify Router on a Stick (ROAS), including encapsulation and subinterfaces. Today’s post poses a question that requires those skills. This post asks the Read Full Article
#CCENT and #CCNA Fast Start: Router on a Stick (ROAS) Overview

#CCENT and #CCNA Fast Start: Router on a Stick (ROAS) Overview

🕔09:05, 8.May 2013 To help get you started with the new #CCENT and #CCNA exams, I’ve planned a series of blog posts on some of the new and more prominent exam topics for the new exams. By now, anyone beginning CCENT or CCNA 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
IPv4 Addresses 5

IPv4 Addresses 5

🕔08:00, 14.Sep 2012 More practice practice practice! This time, you get some basic IP addressing requirements. Your job: calculate the IP addresses to be used by routers and hosts, and create the router configuration for in the interfaces in the network diagram. No guile, Read Full Article
Answers: Subnet Design Exercise 3

Answers: Subnet Design Exercise 3

🕔13:24, 7.Feb 2012 Today's post shows the solution to subnet design exercise 3, specifically the IP subnets. This post isn't all that meaningful without reading the other one first - after that, and after you take a crack at creating the design yourself, Read Full Article
Subnet Design Exercise 3

Subnet Design Exercise 3

🕔11:55, 3.Feb 2012   The subnet design exercises require that you do some subnetting math, but rather than reacting like you would in a help desk or support job role, you plan as if you were in the role of a lead network Read Full Article
Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

Answers: IPv4 Static Routes 3

🕔08:32, 27.Oct 2011 Static IPv4 routes are a great way to learn how IP routing really works. The configuration is meant to be straightforward, but constructing the commands yourself makes you think like a router, which is a great way to learn. The Read Full Article
IPv4 Static Routes 3

IPv4 Static Routes 3

🕔07:00, 22.Oct 2011 This blog post begins with a router triangle, IP addresses, and working interfaces. All routers can ping their own IP addresses, but the routers only know their own connected routes. You job: Add static routes for the LAN subnets.  Answer Read Full Article

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