Igmp Internet Group Management Protocol and Arp Address Resolution Protocol 14

Igmp internet group management protocol and arp

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Igmp (Internet Group Management Protocol) and Arp (Address Resolution Protocol) 14.What is the difference between dynamic ARP table entries and static ARP table entries? Dynamic: created when a client makes an arp request that could not be satisfied by data already in the arp tableStatic: Those that someone has entered manually using the arp utility via arp command 15. What four functions do all routers perform?1. Connecting Dissimilar networks 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 available.
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16. What database does a router consult before determining the most efficient path for delivering a message? Routing table which maintain information about where the host are located 17. Manually modifying a routing table can cause messages to get stuck hopping between a limited number of routers. What is this problem called? Routing Loop18.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? Looking glass site 20. List three interior gateway protocols (IGPs). RIP, RIPv2, and OSPF
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  • Transmission Control Protocol, routing protocol, arp table entries

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