Flashcards in Chapter 6: Network Layer Deck (11):
What is the routing table C, L, S, D, O, R?
C - Identifies a directly CONNECTED network
L - Identifies a LINK LOCAL route
S - Identifies a STATIC route.
D - Identifies a EIGRP DYNAMIC route
O - OSPF dynamic route
R - RIP dynamic route
What is the command line to output routing tables?
What is the Default route for IPv4?
What is the Default route for IPv6?
What is the packet header for IPv4?
IP Header - Identifies the packet characteristics
In a packet header what does VERSION mean?
VERSION - Contains a 4-bit binary value identifying the IP packet version. For IPv4 packets, this field is always set to 0100.
In a packet header what does DIFFERENTIATED Services (DS) mean?
DIFFERENTIATED Services (DS) - Formerly called the Type of Service (ToS) field, the DS field is an 8-bit field used to determine the priority of each packet.
In a packet header what does Time-to-Live (TTL) mean?
Time-to-Live (TTL) - Contains an 8-bit binary value that is used to limit the lifetime of a packet. It is specified in seconds but is commonly referred to as hop count.
In a packet header what does PROTOCOL mean?
PROTOCOL - This 8-bit binary value indicates the data payload type that the packet is carrying, which enables the network layer to pass the data to the appropriate upper-layer protocol.
In a packet header what does SOURCE IP mean?
Source IP Address - Contains a 32-bit binary value that represents the source IP address of the packet.