Your boss at Certifyme.net, Mrs. Tess King, has asked you to ensure that web pages located on the Web
server CertifymeA, can be viewed by users on the Internet.
What steps should you take?
A. On Router Certifyme1, configure DHCP to assign a registered IP address on the 126.96.36.199/24 network
to Web server CertifymeA.
B. On Router dumps for ccna Certifyme2, configure a default static route to the 192.168.1.0 network.
C. On router Certifyme1, configures NAT to translate an address on the 188.8.131.52/24
network to 192.168.1.0.
D. On Router Certifyme2, configure 640-802 DNS to resolve the URL assigned to Web Server Certifyme to the
E. None of the above
Host CertifymeII has just started up and requests a web page from the web server CertifymeI.
Which two statements describe steps in the process host CertifymeII uses to send the requests CertifymeI.
A. Host CertifymeII addresses ccna dumps the frame to the MAC address of router Certifyme1.
B. Host CertifymeII sends the packets to router Certifyme1 to be forwarded to web server
C. Host CertifymeII looks in its ARP cache for the MAC address of router Certifyme1.
D. Host CertifymeII sends a broadcast ARP requests to obtain the MAC address of web
E. Host CertifymeII addresses the frames to the MAC address of web server CertifymeI.