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Config Lab: Layer 3 Switching w/ Routed Ports

Config Lab: Layer 3 Switching w/ Routed Ports

🕔17:05, 17.Sep 2021 Layer 3 switches, aka multilayer switches, route packets using the same logic as IP routers. For ports connected to another layer 3 switch or a router, the layer 3 switch benefits from using that port as a routed port. In Read Full Article
Config Lab: Layer 3 Switching w/ SVIs

Config Lab: Layer 3 Switching w/ SVIs

🕔15:05, 17.Sep 2021 Layer 3 switches, aka multilayer switches, route packets using the same logic as IP routers. A layer 3 switch can simultaneously support layer 2 features such as LAN switching and VLANs. To route packets for devices in those VLANs, the Read Full Article
Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1, Chapter 17

Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 1, Chapter 17

🕔09:05, 12.Dec 2019

For most people, the Cisco CCNA certification has been the first certification for which you learned about two core networking concepts: LAN switching (as performed by switches) and IP routing (as performed by routers). Of course, in real life, the

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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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Question: Choosing the Best Route, Same Subnet ID, Different Mask

Question: Choosing the Best Route, Same Subnet ID, Different Mask

🕔09:05, 15.Apr 2014

#CCNA study scenarios often focus on the most common and most obvious combinations of events. However, sometimes it helps to think about some more unusual scenarios just for the purpose of exercising our understanding of how these devices think. This

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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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