Static Those that someone has entered manually using the ARP utility via ARP

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What is the difference between dynamic ARP table entries and static ARP table entries?-Static: Those that someone has entered manually using the ARP utility via ARP command, Dynamic: created when a client makes an ARP request that could not be satisfied by data already in the ARP table. 15.What four functions do all routers perform?1.)Connecting Dissimilar Networks (Ex: LAN & WAN) 2.)Interpreting layer 3 and often layer 4 addressing3.)Determining the best path for data to follow from point A to point B4.)Rerouting the traffic if the first choice path is down but another is available16.What database does a router consult before determining the most efficient path for delivering a message?
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17.Manually modifying a routing table can cause messages to get stuck hopping between a limited number of routers. What is this problem called?18.Give three examples of routing metrics used by routers to determine the best of various available routing paths.-Hop count, Latency, and Routing Cost 19.What kind of Web site allows you to remotely collect network routing information back to your actual location?20.List three interior gateway protocols (IGPs).-RIP, RIPv2, and OSPF
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  • Spring '16
  • Doris Johnson
  • Networking, Transmission Control Protocol, ARP

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