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Unformatted text preview: interface out which the router should forward the IP packet. IP Subnetting – The process of taking a class A, B, or C IP network and subdiving it into a number of smaller groups of addresses (subnets). Default Router – A host IP setting that refers to the IP address of some router, on the same subnet as the host, to which the host sends IP packets when the destination is on some other subnet. DHCP – A TCP/IP protocol that uses a client-and-server model of communication, with messages that allow a client to ask the server to loan or lease to the client the use of an IP address for some period of time. Routing Table – A list of IP routes used by an IP router when making routing decisions about where to forward an IP packet. Unit 8 Assignment 1 Aaron Crawford NT1210 ARP – A protocol that allows an IP host on a LAN to discover the MAC address of another host on the same LAN....
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- Spring '14
- IP address, Aaron Crawford