A serial port of the router
The ethernet port of a router
A CSU/DSU device
Drops the packet because the destination host is not listed in the routing table
Looks up the MAC address of the S0/1/0 interface to determine the destination MAC address of the new frame
Performs a recursive lookup for the IP address of the S0/1/0 interface before forwarding the packet
Encapsulates the packet into a frame for the WAN link and forwards the packet out the S0/1/0 interface
Interface speed and duplex
Interface MAC address
Interface IP addres
Serial0/1 is shutdown.
There is no cable connecting the routers.
The remote router is using serial 0/0.
No clock rate has been set.
Ip route 192.168.0.0 172.16.0.0 255.255.0.0
Ip route 172.16.0.0 255.255.0.0 192.168.0.1
Ip route 172.16.0.0 255.255.0.0 S0/0/1
Ip route 172.16.0.0 255.255.0.0 S0/0/0
CDP running on Router D will gather information about routers A, B, C, and E.
By default, Router A will receive CDP advertisements from routers B and C.
If routers D and E are running different routing protocols, they will not exchange CDP information.
Router E can use CDP to identify the IOS running on Router B.
The rate would be negotiated by both routers.
A rate would not be selected due to the DCE/DTE connection mismatch.
The rate configured on the DTE determines the clock rate.
The rate configured on the DCE determines the clock rate.
Administrative distance of 0 and metric of 0
Administrative distance of 0 and metric of 1
Administrative distance of 1 and metric of 0
Administrative distance of 1 and metric of 1
The route is removed from the table.
The router polls neighbors for a replacement route.
The route remains in the table because it was defined as static.
The router redirects the static route to compensate for the loss of the next hop device.
Adding the next-hop address eliminates the need for the router to do any lookups in the routing table before forwarding a packet.
In a multi-access network, the router cannot determine the next-hop MAC address for the Ethernet frame without a next-hop address
Using a next-hop address in a static route provides a route with a lower metric.
In multi-access networks, using a next-hop address in a static route makes that route a candidate default route.