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ICND1 3.0: Understanding Host-to-Host Communication and Implementing Static Routing


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number


Overview/Description
You will have a complete understanding of how host-to-host communication works in a LAN and between different LANs. You will also, be able to configure static routes. This course explains the Host-to-Host packet delivery process and how ARP contributes to this process on Ethernet links. It also identifies the need for static routes on Routers and how you can configure a static route as well as a static default route.

Target Audience
Anyone, from junior to senior network administrators, who are responsible for the configuration, maintenance, verification, and troubleshooting of Cisco IOS Routers and Switches.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.4

Lesson Objectives

ICND1 3.0: Understanding Host-to-Host Communication and Implementing Static Routing

  • start the course
  • implement using ARP to resolve the MAC of a local IP address
  • describe the ARP cache
  • prepare default gateways
  • implement using default gateways
  • analyze the ARP process
  • describe host-to-host packet delivery step one
  • describe host-to-host packet delivery step two through six
  • describe host-to-host packet delivery step seven through eleven
  • describe host-to-host packet delivery step twelve through sixteen
  • describe the packet-forwarding process
  • analyze the packet-forwarding process
  • describe the role of a switch in packet delivery
  • describe routing operation
  • compare static and dynamic routing
  • configure static routing
  • configure static default routing
  • verify the static route configuration
  • configure a static route on a Cisco IOS router
  • configure a default route on a Cisco IOS router
  • describe next hop IP vs exit interface
  • implement next hop IP vs exit interface
  • configure static routing
  • Course Number:
    cc_icnd_a07_it_enus