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    John Gasperin

    @Ronnie-Wong Ok, this makes sense. Sorry, I didn't notice that he had switched to the other router. Thanks Ronnie!

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    John Gasperin

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    Interesting that in the very next episode, he does just that. He states that the route was put in like this...

    ip route 172.19.1.0 255.255.255.0 51.17.33.43

    So, my guess is that any of these options would work (?) Is there a preference as to the proper way to do it?

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    John Gasperin

    Hi, This may be an ultra beginner question but I have to ask...

    In CCENT Episode 110, Intro to Routing, at 59:30, Don enters an IP in Router 2 to get back to Router 1. My question is, why was it entered as the IP on Interface 2 of R1 instead of the IP on Interface 1 of R2 (the router he was on)?

    So, for example, on R2, he entered: ip route 172.19.1.0 255.255.255.0 51.17.33.221

    That 51.17.33.221 is the IP on Interface 2 of R1. Could he have accomplished the same thing by entering any of the following...

    ip route 172.19.1.0 255.255.255.0 51.17.33.43 (same network but it is the interface directly on R2)

    or...

    ip route 172.19.1.0 255.255.255.0 Fa0/0 (once again, same network but this is the interface on R2 which is directly connected)

    I hope this makes sense. I guess you'll have to revisit that episode to understand what I am asking.

    Thanks for the knowledge!

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