What you will do
- Learn about Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) and how MAC Headers are created.
- Understand the purpose of a Default Gateway and how a Router forwards traffic between different logical network segments.
- Visualize the purpose and use of Routing Tables.
- Visualize the ICMP protocol and comprehend why the Ping Tool is used to troubleshoot network connectivity.
- Complete hands-on troubleshooting and configuration exercises with step-by-step hints and correction.
What you will need
- A solid understanding of IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and logical network segments.
After taking this course you will
- comprehend the association between a MAC Address and an IP Address in a logical network segment;
- understand Address Resolution Protocol (ARP);
- be able to explain how a router forwards data packets between different connected network segments;
- perform basic interface configuration and connectivity troubleshooting on a Cisco Router via its CLI.