HANDS ON PROJECT 3 - B 20 bytes C 32 hops D 40 bytes E No F...

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2. 3 – 3 A. 10.1.0.1 B. 10.1.0.1 C. To see if the address is duplicated 3 – 4 3. The purpose of packet #4 is to determine who has ip address 10.1.0.2. 4. The purpose of packet #5 is an ARP reply to say that 10.1.0.2 has a MAC address of 00:00:1b:09:f3:d6. 3 – 5 A. Ethernet II
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Unformatted text preview: B. 20 bytes C. 32 hops D. 40 bytes E. No F. TCP G. 0 is default - not a specifically defined route. a) Ethernet II b) 20 bytes c) 128 hops d) 341 bytes e) No f) TCP g) Client 3 – 6 A. Yes B. Yes 3. The MAC address is missing. 3 – 7 A. 1498 B. Yes C. 4440 D. 5608 bytes...
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HANDS ON PROJECT 3 - B 20 bytes C 32 hops D 40 bytes E No F...

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