CCNA – Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort Using IP Commands

CCNA – Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort Using IP Commands

Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort Using IP Commands

This ia Cisco paper about Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort Using IP Commands. This paper will help you during practice.

Introduction
Default routes are used to direct packets addressed to networks not explicitly listed in the routing table.
Default routes are invaluable in topologies where learning all the more specific networks is not desirable, as in case of stub networks, or not feasible due to limited system resources such as memory and processing power.

CCNA Exam 642-081 – Business Ready Teleworker Solution Fundamentals (TELWRKR)

CCNA Exam 642-081 – Business Ready Teleworker Solution Fundamentals (TELWRKR)

Business Ready Teleworker Solution Fundamentals (TELWRKR)

CCNA Exam 642-081
Title: Business Ready Teleworker Solution Fundamentals (TELWRKR)
Ver: 02.12.07

Example Question out of 69 Questions:

QUESTION 58:
Why might the following configuration command be entered into a router’s configuration? no crypto ipsec nat-transparency udp-encapsulation
A. You wish to disable nat-transparency and use IPSec passthru.
B. It is incompatible with QoS pre-classify.
C. It disables anti-replay on the receiving router.
D. WRED cannot randomly drop UDP packets, so UDP encapsulation should be avoided.

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