|1:||Why is it difficult to change addresses after they've been assigned?|
|2:||Why is address allocation so closely tied to network stability?|
|3:||What are the goals you should keep in mind when allocating addresses?|
|4:||What does it mean to say that summarization hides topology details?|
|5:||How does hiding topology details improve stability?|
|6:||Where should summarization take place?|
|7:||What is the one case where access layer devices should be passed more than a default route? Why?|
|8:||An IP address can be divided into two parts; what are they?|
|9:||What is the prefix length of a network?|
|10:||Find the longest prefix summary for these addresses.
Set A: 172.16.1.1/30, 172.16.1.5/30, 172.16.1.9/30, 172.16.1.14/30
Set B: 10.100.40.14/24, 10.100.34.56/24, 10.100.59.81/24 ...
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