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A client uses ipconfig command to check the PC's network configuration and sees that the IP address of the PC is 10.10.10.22 with mask, 255.255.255.0 and default gateway 10.10.10.1. The user then, uses the ping command to test connectivity to 10.10.20.22. What is most likely to happen?
The PC will send an ARP looking for the MAC address of the DHCP server
The PC will send the packets directly to 10.10.20.22
The PC will send a DNS query for 10.10.10.1
The PC sends the packets to its default gateway
The PC will send an ARP looking for the MAC address of 10.10.20.22
If the destination of a packet is in the same network, find the destination host's MAC address through ARP table entry or ARP messages. If the destination is not local, send the packet to its default gateway. Find the default gateway's MAC address with the known ARP table entry or use messages to find it. Finally encapsulate the IP packets into a frame, with the destination MAC address of the default gateway.
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