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THINKING CRITICALLY Your SOHO router has failed and you have installed a new router. The old router’s static IP address on the network is 192.168.0.1 . The new router has a static IP address of 10.0.0.1 . You go to a computer to configure the new router and enter 10.0.0.1 in the browser address box. The router does not respond. You open a command prompt window and try to ping the router, which does not work. Next, you verify that the router has connectivity and you see that its local connection is blinking, indicating connectivity. What is the most likely problem and its best solution? a. The computer you are using to configure the router has a corrupted TCP/IP configuration. Restart the computer. b. The router is defective. Return it for a full refund. c. The computer and the router are not in the same subnet. Release and renew the IP address of the computer. d. The computer and the router are not in the same subnet. Change the subnet mask assigned to the computer.

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ISBN: 9780357108376
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THINKING CRITICALLY

Your SOHO router has failed and you have installed a new router. The old router’s static IP address on the network is 192.168.0.1 . The new router has a static IP address of 10.0.0.1 . You go to a computer to configure the new router and enter 10.0.0.1 in the browser address box. The router does not respond. You open a command prompt window and try to ping the router, which does not work. Next, you verify that the router has connectivity and you see that its local connection is blinking, indicating connectivity. What is the most likely problem and its best solution?

a. The computer you are using to configure the router has a corrupted TCP/IP configuration. Restart the computer.

b. The router is defective. Return it for a full refund.

c. The computer and the router are not in the same subnet. Release and renew the IP address of the computer.

d. The computer and the router are not in the same subnet. Change the subnet mask assigned to the computer.

Explanation of Solution

Given: The old router’s static address is 192.168.0.1, and the new router’s static address is 10.0.0.1. The new router has connectivity but it is not responding.

To find: The most likely reason why the new router is not responding and a solution to fix it...

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