Hello and welcome back to icing the one interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one.
This is less an introduction 1.4 the fundamentals of I P before addressing and routing
I'm trending Daryl and I will be the instructor for this course. The last lesson we talked about the lease land. At least line wins the HDL see protocol
a little bit about various wind technology such as Doson cable
a little bit. This lesson overview Here were Episode one point for that too.
We're gonna go over the network functions, routing logic
and one day up for that three. We look at I, p v for addressing rules classes and sub nets
and the last episode of 144 We look at the I P rolling tables and protocols and harp
and so quick pre assessments to get this lesson started.
Which one of these you think is a Class B address and I'll give you a few seconds to go ahead and positivity on, Do some research.
All right, Hopefully you got 1 32 36 2063
Ah, number. Her letter A is a class A address,
but Herbie is a Class C address
and letter D is a classy address as well.
Now what is it? A router? Normal use when deciding where to Ford a packet,
and I'll give you a few seconds to see if you can figure this one out.
All right, Hopefully you got the destination. I p address.
It will use that. And that'll be in the packet.
All right, if something is, if not used, which two of these addresses could be in the same network is 17 to 18 32 and 90. So it should be a Class B address. So which one of these?
All right. Hope you got these last two.
Now, if you guess, let her be.
It could also be used, but
if submitting is not used, it would assume that would be a slash 16 address.
All right, And last one, we're gonna do a little bit. D n s. Look up. What is the I p address of www dot example dot com?
I'll give you a few seconds here.
All right. Hopefully you got 93 1 84 to 16. 34. A few has got a different answer. to that, Let me know it could be caused by your DNA server,
but that is the one that I'm pulling.
And the next episode we're gonna start off with the network functions and routing logic.
And as always, if you guys have questions or if you need help with this lesson,
please shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for washing us less. An introduction that look forward to teaching for the rest of it. Thank you.