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JEOPARDY. Internetworking. Discovery. Module 5. K. Martin. Router Modes. Router Modes. CIDR. What Class?. WAN Encapsulation. WAN Encapsulation. Acronyms. WAN Services. WAN Services. DHCP. Router Basics. Router Basics. IP Addressing. Router Commands. Router Commands.

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Internetworking

JEOPARDY

Internetworking

Discovery

Module 5

K. Martin


Internetworking

Router

Modes

Router

Modes

CIDR

What Class?

WAN

Encapsulation

WAN

Encapsulation

Acronyms

WAN

Services

WAN

Services

DHCP

Router

Basics

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Basics

IP

Addressing

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The subnet mask for /24.

A: What is 255.255.255.0?


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The subnet mask for /8.

A: What is 255.0.0.0?


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The subnet mask for /26.

A: What is 255.255.255.192?


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The CIDR notation for 255.255.252.0

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204.52.3.6.

A: What is a Class C?


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130.59.8.9

A: What are Class B?


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23o.55.6.8

A: What is Class D (mulitcasting)?


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10.1.1.1

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192.168.5.5

A: What is the Class C private address?


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ISR

A: What is Integrated Services Router?


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A: What is Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol?


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A: What is Network Address Translation?


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A: What is Classless Inter-domain Routing?


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A: What is Request for Comments? Used to classify private IP addresses.


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If using DHCP, a host will not have this configured.

A: What is IP address, default gateway, subnet mask?


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The host workstation requesting a IP address is considered to be a . . .

A: What is a client?


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A: What is 255.255.255.255?


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The default lease time.

A: What is 24 hours?


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The IP address used for the Linksys Wireless router internal interface.

A: What is 192.168.1.1?


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This default subnet mask will provide for approximately 65,000 hosts.

A: What is 255.255.0.0?


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The range for a Class A address.

A: What is 1-127?


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The number of usable hosts given a Class C IP address with a default subnet mask.

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The loopback address.

A: What is 127.0.0.1?


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The number of hosts bits in a Class B Addressing scheme.

A: What is 16?


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A message intended for a specific host.

A: What is a unicast?


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Addressing manually entered by the network administrator.

A: What is static?


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Online gamers send and receive this type of message.

A: What is a multicast?


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Another name for an IP address.

A: What is a logical address?


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IP addressing uses this kind of address structure.

A: What is hierarchial?


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Final Jeopardy

The beginning of the MAC address in a multicast frame.

A: What is 01-00-5E.


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