I have posted some Cisco question weeks ago no one answered, anyway that's fine.
But I do have some questions which I am confused or can't figure it out.
1. How will the MAIN router dynamically learn a route to the 10.16.10.48/28 subnetwork ?
My though is with a static route. Can anyone tell me is it right ?
2. Which type of address is 192.168.17.111/28 ?
3. Which type of address is 192.168.17.134/29 ?
Please help me....
--I'm just using my common sense here for your first question.
There are dynamic routing protocols like RIP, IGRP, EIGRP etc, which exchange Routing Tables periodically and learn about all the subnetworks so routers can route packets to remote networks.
--For 2 & 3 I don't understand what you mean, which type of address?. That said, /28 represents your SubNet Mask, which here it is 255.255.255.240 and /29, 255.255.255.248, which means you are borrowing 4 bits from the last octet to create extra subnetworks for the first one and 5 bits from the last octet in the second one.