The question says the switch1 is configured properly for remote access. There is not indication on the configuration applied on switch1 to assume default-gateway is not configured.
The link between Router2 and Switch2 should be trunk and the ip on Switch2 should be configured on Vlan1 or trunk's native vlan. But there is not clue if they are not there.
When the question says routing works properly and switch2 is configured properly for remote access, why would the frame be dropped?
The telnet session from remote host will let the user until user exec mode. User will not be able to enter into priviliged exec mode as password should be configured for that.
The answer is not clear.
There are two answers to this question, and these answers are B and C. First, the segments should be rearranged at the proper location, and second, the numbers will make it easier to specify the order from which the segments can be moved from the source going to the proper destination.
The sequence number can also be useful to know and identify a byte of data so that the details can be reconstructed in the proper order. If the sequence number is not used properly, the data or the details may be placed in a disorderly manner that will be harder for the user to identify. Make sure that data will not get lost while this is being used.
Right Medhat_tekka they should review the last question because it's layer 3 the correct answer
A is the answer to this question. The network address is the first address of the subnet. This is important because this is needed to know details about the source and the destination of the different sub-networks available. The network address is also responsible for allowing the network to be distinguished. Take note that the IP address and the network address are not the same.
The network address is known to be a numerical address that is used to distinguish the network that is being used while the IP address is bound and connected to the network device that is being used. These two should not be interchanged with each other because they are different.
The Cisco switch is also known as a catalyst. This Catalyst is the brand name for the switches used in networks. They are used as part of the operating systems and it allows certain software programs to run and function. One of those systems is the CatO S which is also known as the Catalyst Operating System. It is no longer used.
Some of the actions performed by a Cisco switch include using the source MAC addresses of frames to build and maintain a MAC address table. It was also created to utilize the MAC address table to forward frames via the destination MAC address. MAC address refers to the media access control address which are used by networks for communication reasons.