Click the Exhibit button.Referring to the exhibit, when using the default routing behavior, what happens to Packet A and Packet B on
Packet A is rejected and Packet B is forwarded to its destination.
Packet A is forwarded to its destination and Packet B is rejected.
Packet A and Packet B are forwarded to their respective destinations.
Packet A and Packet B are discarded.
4 Comments on “what happens to Packet A and Packet B on R1?”
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the summary allow /22 only so none of A or B will be allowed
Your counting is wrong – subnet 172.29.0.0/22 has broadcast address 172.29.3.255, so both IPs will match.
Answer B is correct!
Why is it B if both match?
there is no network 172.29.3.0/24 connected to R1, so the packet B is rejected, B is correct