If you want to test your speed with today’s question, then before clicking to see more, have your stopwatch ready. Then look at host B (top), do the math, and time yourself. Then do the same for host D at the bottom of the figure, again timing yourself. Let me know how long it took! [...]
Tag Archives: ICND2
March 3, 2011
Answer below the fold. Ask clarifying questions if you have them!
March 2, 2011
Two more Techie Topic videos are now posted on the certskills YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/certskills). Both discuss host routing, which is how a host thinks about how to forward IP packets. One video then examines the encapsulation of such a packet in data link headers, and the other video discusses the use of ARP in such [...]
February 25, 2011
I posted a question about Serial Links a few days back. Here are the answers! Post with any related clarifications or comments.
February 15, 2011
Here’s another applied LAN switching question. If you like this one, also check out the question I posted last week. I’ll post the answer and explanation in a few days. Ask questions and discuss if you like. Enjoy!
February 8, 2011
Today’s post is a CCENT question about the basics of LAN switching. I’ll post the answer and explanation in a few days. Ask questions and discuss if you like. Enjoy!
February 7, 2011
This post is a heads up about a new Techie Topics video about how to analyze a subnet design to discover problems. This video looks at the second of three key perspectives for analyzing subnets for CCENT and CCNA: to compare a host’s view of the local subnet vs. the view as seen from the [...]
February 3, 2011
I posted a question about comparing wired and wireless LANs a few days back. Here are the answers! Post with any related clarifications or comments.
January 31, 2011
I posted a question about Ethernet cabling pinouts a few days back. Here are the answers! Post with any related clarifications or comments.
January 27, 2011
The idea is simple – today’s post lists the question, and a little later, I’ll post an answer and explanation. Feel free to join in a discussion as well. Also, as usual, don’t put your solution in the heading of any posts you make here, to avoid spoiling it for others. Thanks!