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Part 8 - Final Prep

Answer: Router Adding Routes when VLSM Subnets Overlap

Answer: Router Adding Routes when VLSM Subnets Overlap

🕔09:05, 18.Apr 2014

What happens when a router happens to learn three separate routes for the same subnet ID – but with different masks, and with different routing protocols? What should you be thinking about when predicting how a router acts? These questions

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Answers to Latest Question: ARP, InARP, EIGRP

Answers to Latest Question: ARP, InARP, EIGRP

🕔09:06, 11.Apr 2014

This answer to a #CCNA question summarizes some key points about ARP and inverse ARP, and makes you break down what is needed to support a particular packet. It really helps to draw the steps and the packet, so make

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CCNA Question: ARP, Inverse ARP, EIGRP

CCNA Question: ARP, Inverse ARP, EIGRP

🕔09:05, 7.Apr 2014

This post lists a #CCNA question, but it’s a doozy. One of the toughest tasks when studying for CCNA is putting all the pieces together, and this question tests whether you can or can’t put several pieces together. The goal:

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Answer to a Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

Answer to a Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

🕔11:18, 10.Apr 2012

I got started on this discussion of the previous post’s sample question based on a question from a reader of the ICND2 Cert Guide. For the discussion of the answers, I’d like to focus on the one answer that makes

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An MC Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

An MC Question with STP, 802.1Q, ARP, and MAC tables

🕔14:24, 6.Apr 2012

Today’s post is a question that comes with the ICND2 Official Cert Guide. A reader had sent in an errata email, claiming the question was wrong (it wasn’t in this case), but this question is packed with tons of learning

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