If the router R1 has a packet with a destination address 192.168.1.255, what describes the operation of the network?
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Refer to the topology. The diagram represents a small network with a single connection to the Internet.If the router R1 has a packet with a destination address 192.168.1.255, what describes the operation of the network?
- A. R1 will forward the packet out all interfaces.
- B. R1 will drop this packet because this it is not a valid IP address.
- C. As R1 forwards the frame containing this packet, Sw-A will add 192.168.1.255 to its MAC table.
- D. R1 will encapsulate the packet in a frame with a destination MAC address of FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF.
- E. As R1 forwards the frame containing this packet, Sw-A will forward it to the device assigned the IP address of 192.168.1.255.
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