Flashcards in Static Routing Deck (17)
A ___ is a network that extends over a large geographical area.
A ___ route in the routing table represents the IP address on a local interface, with a /32 mask.
A ___ route in the routing table represents the network a local interface is connected to.
A ___ route is a route that matches all possible destinations, and is used only if a more specific route match isn’t found in the routing table.
A default route is configured with [IP address]/[prefix length]
An end host trying to send a packet to a destination in a different network will forward the packet to its ___
Code “*” in the routing table stands for:
Code “C” in the routing table stands for:
Code “L” in the routing table stands for:
Code “S” in the routing table stands for:
Command to configure a static route with a next-hop address:
ip route destination-address mask next-hop-address
Routers ___ packets with destinations that don’t match any entries in the routing table.
Routers compare packets’ ___ to entries in the routing table.
Destination IP address
The most specific match in the routing table is the match with the ___ prefix length.
The most specific match in the routing table is the match with the longest ___.
What does WAN stand for?
Wide Area Network