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MCTS Windows Server® 2008 R2 Complete: Study Guide by William Panek

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Review Questions

1. You work on a network with four subnets whose addresses are 208.45.231.0, 208.45.232.0, 208.45.233.0, and 208.45.234.0. Your routers are configured with these IP addresses:

Router 1: 208.45.231.1 and 208.45.232.1

Router 2: 208.45.231.2 and 208.45.233.1

Router 3: 208.45.232.2 and 208.45.234.1

Router 4: 208.45.233.2 and 208.45.234.2

Router 2 is connected to the Internet. The connection between Router 2 and Router 4 is a very slow 56K dial-up line. Your computer’s IP address is 208.45.231.25. Your default gateway is 208.45.231.2, because that’s the address of the router that’s connected to the Internet. You want to make sure your computer always routes information to 208.45.234.0 through Router 1 (unless Router 1 becomes unavailable) ...

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