The background to my question is a recent Cisco networking skills exam, where one requirement was to set up an ISP router with a static route back to the company's border router. I used a Class B /16 ...
Possible Duplicate: I'm using Cisco Packet Tracer for Simulation and got error “ip address overlaps with..etc” The 1st row is for my router and the 2nd row is for my lan ...
So... I have studied for CCNA and such and been working with IP networking at the least the past 8 years or so. I have always seen and been told that the network address for a subnet is not a valid ...