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CCENT Answer 104 and 105: Answers Part 2

CCENT Answer 104 and 105: Answers Part 2

🕔08:34, 19.Mar 2013 Wrapping up this set of five #CCENT questions today with the completion of the answers. Sorry it took a while for this last post - work went sideways unexpectedly last week. For those of you who don’t recall the flow: Read Full Article
CCENT Answer 104 and 105: Troubleshooting

CCENT Answer 104 and 105: Troubleshooting

🕔09:05, 5.Mar 2013 Today’ post gives the letter answer(s) to the last two #CCENT questions, and combines the discussion of the answers to both questions. It combines both in part because much of the background information applies to both. Don’t read here until Read Full Article
CCENT Question 105: Troubleshooting Ping Failure

CCENT Question 105: Troubleshooting Ping Failure

🕔10:41, 1.Mar 2013 When I wrote the previous #CCENT troubleshooting question, I kept coming up with some really good answers, at least good for learning those subtle points that people miss when they don’t dig into the topics deeply enough. So, I made 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

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