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Course 4: STATIC ROUTES   

 
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What you will learn about

  • The ip route command on Cisco Routers.
  • How to determine the next hop for a Static Route.
  • Default Routes, Permanent Static Routes, Administrative Distances, Route Installation and Route Selection on Cisco Routers.
  • Advanced options for the Ping Tool, and Proxy ARP on Cisco Routers.
  • Configuring point-to-point links between routers.
  • Hands-on configuration and troubleshooting Static Routes on Cisco Routers.

What you will need

  • A solid understanding of IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and logical network segments.
  • Knowledge of the Address Resolution Protocol.

After taking this course you will

  • be proficient in configuring Static Routes on Cisco Routers;
  • be able to explain how a Cisco router installs and selects routes;
  • be proficient in troubleshooting a Statically Routed network.
Comments & Discussion
NARENDIRA1 month ago
I have a doubt in the routing table that router showing the routes in the routing table. (using the command show IP route)
In that C denotes connected and L denotes local that I understood and under C it's showing the network address with subnet mask in CIDR notation and so we are assigning the interface of the router with the first host of that network with same subnet right?
But In the routing table under the L that is Local option, it's the IP address we assigned to the interface of the router that's showing correctly but why it's showing different subnet mask for that host address assigned to that interface of the router from that of a subnet mask of the network address? what does it mean?
And also how it's showing that first line like variably subnetted one? what it's mean?
can you explain to me the two things briefly, please?
Connected Dots Online1 month ago
Hi Narendira, if you get a chance, can you go over lesson 3.2 in the previous course (Routing Basics) - "The show ip route command on IOS 15". That lesson goes over this exact question in detail. I will also try to write a detailed explanation here in a short while, but that lesson will probably help clarify.
NARENDIRA1 month ago
ok, thanks!!!
I will go back to that lesson and I will take a look once again clearly and try to understand it there also
Rajneesh2 months ago
Help me in this question
(S5 should not be accessible to devices on S3 and S4)
But the static routes are configure in such a way that data will be move through the interfaces of the router 1 and 2 which form segment 5
Connected Dots Online2 months ago
Hi Rajneesh, please check your direct messages for an explanation.
Rajneesh3 months ago
WHY this permanent is added in this static route?
ip route 192.168.8.0 255.255.255.0 10.6.74.218 permanent
Connected Dots Online3 months ago
Hi Rajneesh,
This is covered in lesson 2.4 - "The permanent keyword". The question you came across in "Static Routes - Exercsise 1" appeared by mistake. That question should only appear in 4.1. - Configuration and Troubleshooting Exercises.
Rajneesh3 months ago
thank you
Rajneesh3 months ago
Configure the Static Routes on R3 in such a way that traffic for 192.168.8.0 /24 is never forwarded to R1. (Even if int gi0/2 on R3 goes down.)

how to tackle such questions i am confused because all hosts wants to communicate with each other and we have to configure it in such a way that it cannot access a particular given network.
Connected Dots Online3 months ago
Hi Rajneesh,
The question that you came across, was an error. This question should come up only in Lesson 4.1. - "Configuration and Troubleshooting Exercises".
This question should come up after you complete the lesson on permanent static routes.
Rajneesh3 months ago
thank you
Keerthana13 months ago
Is it possible to release course 6,7 and 8 sooner....it'd be really helpful since the current ones are great.
Connected Dots Online13 months ago
Hi Keerthana, we will try to release them sooner. To make the content effective takes quite a bit of time, we will try to speed it up!
Keerthana13 months ago
Thanks!
Lucaci14 months ago
Very good course.
Connected Dots Online14 months ago
Thanks for your feedback, Lucaci!
Sherzod14 months ago
Very good course, thanks.
Connected Dots Online14 months ago
Thanks for your feedback, Sherzod!
Connected Dots Online15 months ago
We have discovered a couple of issues with the lessons "Pinging from devices with multiple interfaces" and "The Ping command on a router - revisited". The bugs were caused due to an update we made recently. Please bear with us we resolve these issues over the next day or two. Thanks!
Connected Dots Online15 months ago
These issues have now been resolved. Please let us know if you experience any problems.