11.5 Summary of Session 11
In this session you have seen how today’s data transmission technologies are the result of an evolutionary process and why the encapsulation of data units enables a message to be carried over a variety of different networks. You have revisited IP addressing and subnet masks, and you have practised configuring and testing a simple network using Packet Tracer Anywhere.
In this session you have used the following commands.
|configure terminal||Enter global configuration mode|
|enable||Enter privileged execution mode|
|interface <interface ID>||Enters into interface configuration mode|
|ip address<IP address>||Configure an IP address and subnet mask on an interface|
|no shutdown||Restarts the interface|
In this session you have met the following terms.
Data transmissions from one host to selected others.
Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
A conceptual model that defines a 7-layer framework for the implementation of networking protocols.
Data transmissions from one host to multiple others.
Data transmissions from one host to one other host.