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CCNA Drag and Drop Question #6.

This is an Updated real CCNA exam question (June-2012). You might see a different IP addressing, configuration and Port allocation.

As usual, take time to read through the question so as to clearly understand what Cisco want you to do.

Note: This drag and drop LAB are used for demonstration only; you might see different IP addressing and Port allocation in the real CCNA exam. But it all works the same way if you could just understand the technique.

 
 
Question:
 
The Boston branch office router is connected through its s0 interface to the Idaho Headquarters router s1 interface.The Idaho router has two LANs. Boston user obtain internet access through the Headquarters router. The network interfaces in the topology are addressed as follows:

Boston: e0-192.168.25.33/28;

Idaho: e0-192.168.25.49/28

e1-192.168.25.65/28

s1-192.168.25.34/28

The accounting server has the address of 192.168.25.66/28. Match the access list conditions on the left with the goals on the right.(Not all options on the left are used.)

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Basically, Network Address Translation (NAT) allows a network router, to translate IP address of a public network (the Internet) to IP of a private network (LAN) .This means that only a single unique IP address is required to represent an entire group of computers to anything outside Local Area Network.

The following terms are used when discussing NAT:

  • Inside local address - Usually not an IP address assigned by a service provider and is most likely a private address. 
  • Inside global address -Valid Public IP address that the inside host is assigned to when it exits the NAT configured router.
  • Outside global address - Valid public IP address assigned to a host on the Internet.
  • Outside local address - The local IP address assigned to a host on the outside network. In most situations, this address will be identical to the outside global address of that outside device.

Readmore on NAT here.

 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
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