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Oct 22, 2007, 7:18:36 AM10/22/07
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Hi sir,

I have few questions to discuss.i have tried before but i really cant
imagine how the output will look out. sir, this question is more
towards IP question.hereby, i have attached my complete question for
your kind consideration. Please direct me the output. thank you.


Host 138.128.2.4 on network 138.128.2.0/24 wants to send a packet to
host
138.128.129.12 on network 138.128.129.0/24. Assume that:
· Host 138.128.2.4 has a default route through 138.128.2.1
· Host 138.128.2.4 has just booted and has not sent or received any
packets.
· All other machines on the network have been running for long time.
· Router 138.128.2.1has a direct link to 138.128.129.1, which is the
gateway
for the 138.128.129.0/24 subnet.

1. List all the steps that are needed to send the packet. Show the
source and
destination Ethernet and IP addresses of all packet transmitted.
2. If the network were 138.128.0.0/16, would your answer change? How?
3. If the 138.128.2.0 network were a /26 network instead of a /24,
would your
answer change? How?

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Oct 23, 2007, 11:54:22 AM10/23/07
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that...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi sir,
>
> I have few questions to discuss.i have tried before but i really cant
> imagine how the output will look out. sir, this question is more
> towards IP question.hereby, i have attached my complete question for
> your kind consideration. Please direct me the output. thank you.
>
>
> Host 138.128.2.4 on network 138.128.2.0/24 wants to send a packet to
> host
> 138.128.129.12 on network 138.128.129.0/24. Assume that:
> ? Host 138.128.2.4 has a default route through 138.128.2.1
> ? Host 138.128.2.4 has just booted and has not sent or received any
> packets.
> ? All other machines on the network have been running for long time.
> ? Router 138.128.2.1has a direct link to 138.128.129.1, which is the

> gateway
> for the 138.128.129.0/24 subnet.
>
> 1. List all the steps that are needed to send the packet. Show the
> source and
> destination Ethernet and IP addresses of all packet transmitted.
> 2. If the network were 138.128.0.0/16, would your answer change? How?
> 3. If the 138.128.2.0 network were a /26 network instead of a /24,
> would your
> answer change? How?
>

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