CCNA TV: Routing - Understanding IP Packet Delivery     日期:2007-5-10    浏览次数:

Cisco invites you to Join more than 110,000 CCNA Prep Center users for an hour long monthly online TV talk show.

Sign up now: Attendance space is limited, so visit The CCNA Prep Center and click “Register Now” under the Prep Center TV heading to reserve your space today.

Agenda: The program will provide a brief recap of the March 28th episode and then focus on the following objectives and is designed to provide information that will assist you in passing your CCNA exam. After the presentation, we’ll be taking live calls from YOU – the viewer— during our Q&A session. You may also submit questions electronically.


After viewing the show, you will be able to discuss:
How does the Router answer the question, “Is this frame    for me?”
Why does the Router look at the Ethernet “Type” field?
Decapsulation process
How routes are installed into the Routing Table
Equal-Cost routes, what are they?
Choosing between Routes
          o Administrative Distance
          o Metrics     
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