Lab Unit 3.
Why is this sufficient to route traffic locally without invoking the higher- level logical
Because it has the destination and source addresses which is the MAC address,
and it doesnt need to go out the internet
Unit 8 Assignment 8: Solving a Business Challenge Using Distance Vector IP
EIGRP stand for Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol is a network
protocol that lets routers exchange information more efficiently than with earlier ne
Unit 6 Assignment Ciscos Layer 2 Resiliency Compared to HPs IRF Layer 2
1. What are three primary differences between
Cisco Layer 2 Network Resiliency
and HP IRF Resiliency?
Cisco layer 2: This device is hardware base, uses spann
Unit 7 Assignment 7: Solving a Business Challenge Using SIP Technology.
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signing communications protocol,
widely used for controlling multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video
Unit 5 Assignment 5: A WLAN Solution.
Highbrow Ed should consider to upgrading to all 802.11n technology that will
provide with scalable, efficient, high-performing wireless network. Technology has come
very far with using wireless technolog
Unit 10 Lab
Lab Unit 10 (Individual Assignment)
Virtual Library Assignment Unit 10: VLSM Redesign for a Medium-Sized Business.
1. Definition of VLSM:
VLSMs stand for Variable Length Subnet Masks is amounts to "subnetting subnets,"
which means that
Unit 2. Assignment 2: evolution of Ethernet.
1. What impact will the continued evolution of the Ethernet standard have on
data storage requirements, assuming capacity continues to follow the
same pattern of progress?
The continued progression of t
Data Link Layer
This layer is also known as network interface layer. This layer normally consists of
device drivers in the OS and the network interface card attached to the system. Both the
device drivers and the network interface card take care of the co