Which portion of the network layer address does a router use to forward packets?
- gateway address
- host portion
- network portion
- broadcast address
Explanation: There are two parts to an a network layer address, the network and host portions. Routers are not concerned about delivering packets to hosts. Routers are concerned with delivering packets to the network that a destination host is a member of.
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