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Refer to the exhibit.


The network administrator normally establishes a Telnet session with the switch from host

  • A. Host B and the switch need to be in the same subnet.
  • B. The switch interface connected to the router is down.
  • C. Host B needs to be assigned an IP address in VLAN 1.
  • D. The switch needs an appropriate default gateway assigned.
  • E. The switch interfaces need the appropriate IP addresses assigned.
Created 5 months, 3 weeks ago by bekepoyol

tcollins89

Does anyone know what the rest of this problem is supposed to be?

kwazievil

The network administrator normally establishes a Telnet session with the switch from host A. The administrator’s attempt to establish a connect via Telnet to the switch from host B fails, but pings from host B to other two hosts are successful. What is the issue for this problem?

Vinay221188

Anwer is D: If host IP address and the management IP address of the Switch are in the same subnet so telnet from host to the switch can be successful even if a default gateway is not set on host. If host IP address and the management IP address of the Switch are in the different subnet so telnet from host to the switch to be successful the switch needs an appropriate default gateway assigned.

alhanouf

D. The switch needs an appropriate default gateway assigned.