Ch. 12 – Miscellaneous IP Services – this one, is in order

Welp, its Christmas Eve-Eve and I’m trying to get about 3 of these things done today because its slow. I’ve worked a few HD tickets and have no deployments so everything is fairly kosher as far as I’m concerned. I need to eventually get this certification and I have been taking my damn sweet time with it. I’m not overly stressed about it.

I think they mean gateway by default router. In which case D would be true as the IP is hardcoded on to the router instead of having a clustering situation configured. Which is what FHRP is

IP routing redundancy is designed to allow for transparent fail-over at the first-hop IP router. Both HSRP and VRRP enable two or more devices to work together in a group, sharing a single IP address, the virtual IP address.

C

This one is interesting even looking that virtual IP bit in the answer because I have actually interacted with this in a professional capacity and I didnt realize that the router also had to have a hard “this is my ip” because the hosts have to be using the virtual IP as the gateway or default router for this to make any sense at all.

My guess would be C but seeing the answer I supposed that would be bad in a static enviroment.

I read this and said “it should be 2 shouldnt it?” Yep….A & C

Im not really sure what the answers mean but its just a file server sending data through a TCP connection.

I would assume B but its two answers its got to be B and D

That’s all for this one. Which was kind of hard. I may only get two of these done depending on how the next chapter is.

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