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Routed via FIB AND Routed via RIB

Question: I have a small doubt. Locally generated traffic and traffic destined to local interface should be process switched on a router as per my knowledge (I might be wrong though). R1 ----------Serial Link----------------R2 s1/0 s1/0 Please check above...

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IP Route Problem

Question: If a Cisco WS-C3750X-24S-S wants to forward a packet to X destination when it looks in its routing table what does it compare for? a.Mask b. Next-hop router c. Subnet ID (I know this is one but what is another option in this) d. Outgoing interface...

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Vlan and subnet

What is the difference between VLAN and Subnet? • VLANs allow to isolate smaller subnet on a single device. With a smaller subnet, you have fewer devices, and it makes less broadcast traffic. But this increase unicast traffic volume between networks,...

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IP ADDRESS MANAGEMENT

2014 has just begun, and yet it’s already shaping up to be the year of the Internet of Things (IoT). Everywhere you look you see articles about the explosion of virtual, clouds, and BYOD and you read about all the ways to benefit from new smart devices...

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About Router and Nat

How many ports are allowed for NAT for a router? What does an access control list determine when used with NAT on a Cisco router? addresses that are accessible from the inside network When NAT is in use what is used to determine the addresses that can...

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Difference bw ospf and eigrp

Question: ospf is said to build its complete network map by receiving the LSAs from its neighbors and calculate the shortest path to any destination network. and eigrp gets to now only what its neighbor has got to say about their directly connected networks...

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ACL blocks ping or telnet both ways

Question: When I tried some textbook ACL to block pings or telnet from a certain source, the ACL not only blocked pings or telnet from that IP address, but also blocked itself from ping or telnet into that IP address. It's out of my expectation that ACL...

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Cisco and Linux -- Vlans

I appear to have some fundamental misunderstanding of how VLANs work on Linux, and I'm hoping the good people here can educate me. Cast: One Cisco WS-C3560X-48T-L, one VLAN, and one Linux box [1]. Cisco --------------- Linux ge0/1 eth0 The Cisco has a...

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