This month; virtual machines and physical networks, routing metrics, encapsulation, tunnels, using NTP, and Network+ exam tips.
When your troubleshooting a network communication problem, it’s often helpful to understand the routing table in a device. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the route utility to view and modify a device’s routing table
Routing problems can create downtime and intermittent connectivity, and they can often be challenging to troubleshoot. In this video, you’ll learn about the outages caused by routing issues and some techniques for troubleshooting these routing problems.
The next hop is an important part of a router. In this video, you’ll learn about the next hop and how routers get your traffic through the network using the next hop.
When a router is determining how to traverse the network, what metrics does it use to build its routes? In this video, you’ll learn how routers combine many metrics to calculate an optimal route for your traffic.
When your network routes change, how does your router handle the convergence? In this video, you’ll learn about the advantages and disadvantage of static routing and dynamic routing.
CIDR-block addressing has added new flexibility to IP subnetting. In this video, you’ll learn about classless inter-domain routing and the notation used to designate a CIDR-block address.
You’ve been working on a web server at another location, but today you’ve arrived at the office and you’re unable to access the device from your workstation. What command line utilities can display the network path that’s used when you attempt to reach the remote server? Pick the two best answers.
During a network troubleshooting session, you want to check the routes that a packet is taking to a remote device. What’s the best command to use?
Routing technology can sometimes seem like a foreign language, but the terms and functions used in routing aren’t difficult to learn. In this video, we’ll look at some detailed properties of routing such as internal vs. external gateway protocols, static routing vs. dynamic routing, routing tables, and routing convergence.