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The ISP assigned 196.26.4.0/26, and the branch gateway router now has the following configurations on the interface that peers to the ISP:

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A branch of a company recently switched lo a new ISP. The network engineer was given a new IP range to assign.

The ISP assigned 196.26.4.0/26, and the branch gateway router now has the following configurations on the interface that peers to the ISP:

IP address: 196.26.4.30

Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224

Gateway: 196.24.4.1

The network engineer observes that all users have lost Internet connectivity.

Which of the following describes the issue?

  • A . The incorrect subnet mask was configured
  • B . The incorrect gateway was configured
  • C . The incorrect IP address was configured
  • D . The incorrect interface was configured

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Suggested Answer: A

   
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