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For questions about Packet INternet Groper [PING].

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same hub, and use PC1 to ping PC2, then all the 3 computers will receive the ping? But if I connect 3 computers to the same switch and used PC1 to ping PC 2, then only PC1 and PC2 sees the ping because switches only forward it to the correct port. Is that correct? …
asked Feb 6 by The_Bear
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If I connect 3 computers to the same switch and used one of the PC's to ping another PC on the switch will this cause a broadcast domain as they are connected to the same switch? …
asked Feb 5 by The_Bear
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. Scenario: 4 PC's connected to a switch. All of them had Wireshark running. PC 1 pinged PC 3. When looking at each of the wiresharks: PC 1 (which pinged PC 3) showed multiple ping request and … reply between PC 1 and PC 3, but it also showed ARP - one asking who had the IP address belonging to PC 3, and the other asking who had the IP address belonging to PC 1. PC 2 showed only 1 ping request …
asked Mar 11 by The_Bear