A network administrator has entered the following command:
ip route 192.168.10.64 255.255.255.192 serial0/0/1
When the network administrator enters the command show ip route, the route is not in the routing table. What should the administrator do next?
- Re-enter the command using a network number rather than a usable IP address.
- Verify that the serial 0/0/1 interface is active and available.
- Re-enter the command using the correct mask.
- Verify that the 192.168.10.64 network is active within the network infrastructure.
Explanation: The reason that a correctly typed static network would not go into the routing table is if the exit interface is not available. The 192.168.10.64 is a valid network number and that route does not have to be “up and up” in order for a static route to be configured on a remote router.
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