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Network Security Administrator I Interview Austin, TX

There are two directly-connected switches. Assume that they

  communicate fine on the physical layer. Why can't two hosts with assigned addresses 192.168.100.5/30 and 192.168.100.50/30 communicate with each other? Also assume that network addresses can be used. How would you remedy this by swapping out only ONE of the devices on the network?
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The hosts are on two different subnets. Replace one of the switches with a properly-configured router.

Interview Candidate on May 28, 2012
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the host which assign 192.168.100.5/30 and host 192.168.100.50/30 these subnet is not belong to same subnet

Nazir on Jun 18, 2012

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