I'm currently studying for the ICND2 and I'm having trouble understanding the answers (which are officially a & d) of this question (see the attached picture).
I agree with the "d" answer which is "This switch uses RSTP" but I don't...
I don't understand how exactly a FQDN name is resolved.
Here is an example of a DHCP server configured on a Cisco layer 3 switch :
ip dhcp pool MY_NETWORK
network 172.16.1.0 255.255.255.0
Hey, its working !
But I'm sure I had already tried with the native VLAN setting because my configuration is a PC directly connected to the WLC (so no 802.1q switch between each device).
I think my main problem was because I tried reaching the Web U...
I feel your pain bro ... That's why a lot of people, including me, don't want to do the wireless track.
You could use a vWLC running inside a VM instead but you will need to have some aironet APs anyway.
No, you understood the question ;)
It's just me who don't understand english very well as it's not my primary language ...
Anyway, I need to map FQDNs on a DNS server before being able to resolve them.
Thank you for your help.
The alternative is to configure host names locally on the device you want to ping from ie. on a PC
This last sentence troubles me.
As I said, my layer 2 switch has an hostname configured (and its domain-name is configured).
so I should be able to ...