Answers: b and c. The host name Router1 (not case-sensitive) is mapped to 126.96.36.199 with the command ip host Router1 188.8.131.52. Also, the IOS command CCIE is mapped to the same name with the IOS command ip host CCIE 184.108.40.206. If you look at the
address assigned to the Ethernet 0/0, it's the local
address. Therefore, if a user types Router1 or CCIE, they will be return to the same router. The following sample display demonstrates this fact:
R1#router1 Translating "router1" Trying Router1 (220.127.116.11)... Open User Access Verification Password: R1>quit ! quit commands exit Telnet session and you return ! to the first Telnet connection on R1 [Connection to router1 closed by foreign host] R1#ccie Translating ...