Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
I'm getting ready to take the Cisco 3925E CCNP
switch exam, and I have what may be an elementary question. In all the guides I've read, and lab manuals
that I've used, anytime there are multiple switches that can be the possible
root, the MAC address's are shown in a very simple format....such as
aaaa:aaaa:aaaa or bbbb:bbbb:bbbb or some other such simple address thus making
it obvious. How about in the real world,
or on Cisco exams? Do you need to convert
the entire address to be sure or just a portion?
MAC addresses are in hexadecimal format ranging from 0-9 and a-f. It's pretty much sequential from there.
A mac address of 0020.01cc.de23 is lower than 0021.01cc.de23. Another example would be 0000.c0a7.ffc2 is lower than 000.c0a7.ffc3 Cisco3925E
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