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|ipconfig all cisco packet tracer||1.35||0.3||4096||57|
|packet tracer ip address command||1.72||0.8||1231||78|
|packet tracer ip configuration||0.9||0.8||2122||100|
|packet tracer ip route command||1.33||0.9||6683||17|
|packet tracer configure ip address||1.88||0.3||9233||21|
|show ip route command packet tracer||1.05||0.9||736||68|
|ip route command cisco packet tracer||0.22||0.2||3754||54|
|cisco packet tracer ip address command||0.39||0.6||4488||46|
|command to configure router in packet tracer||0.77||1||8910||63|
|ip configuration cisco packet tracer||0.15||0.6||1967||34|
|packet tracer command for icmp||1.12||0.2||7691||53|
|command line interface cisco packet tracer||0.46||0.3||9674||99|
|show ip route command cisco packet tracer||1.41||0.1||3548||22|
|cisco packet tracer configure pc ip address||0.01||0.7||8148||12|
|ip phone configuration in packet tracer||1.59||0.7||9939||50|
|packet tracer ip address||0.23||0.5||2201||95|
|show ip packet tracer||0.8||0.2||3750||10|
|packet tracer set ip address pc||0.8||0.4||2664||100|
|command in cisco packet tracer||1.84||1||4290||69|
|command line cisco packet tracer||0.13||0.2||7940||52|
|configure router ip address packet tracer||1.86||0.3||6245||85|
Step1: Open the Cisco Packet Tracer. Step2: Drag and drop PC from the bottom of the interface into the middle of the working area. Click on FastEthernet to assign an IP address and subnetmask to the PC, and close PC window. In our case IP is 10.0.0.10 and subnet mask is 255.0.0.0.0,How to assign IP address and subnet mask in Cisco packet tracer?
Step1: Open the Cisco Packet Tracer. Step2: Drag and drop PC from the bottom of the interface into the middle of the working area. Step3: Click on PC ->Config Gateway like 10.0.0.1. Click on FastEthernet to assign an IP address and subnetmask to the PC, and close PC window. In our case IP is 10.0.0.10 and subnet mask is 255.0.0.0.0,How do I determine the path of an ICMP packet?
The path is determined by examining the ICMP time Exceeded messages returned by intermediate routers and the echo Reply message returned by the destination. However, some routers do not return time Exceeded messages for packets with expired TTL values and are invisible to the tracert command.How to use tracert command?
Using the -d option with the tracert command instructs TRACERT not to perform a DNS lookup on each IP address, so that TRACERT reports the IP address of the near-side interface of the routers. In the following example of the tracert command and its output, the packet travels through two routers (184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11) to get to host 18.104.22.168.