This chapter covers the following exam topics:
4.1. Describe and configure basic routing concepts
4.1.a. Packet forwarding
4.1.b. Router look-up process (exec mode, exec commands, configuration mode)
This chapter focuses on how to implement or configure IPv4 routing on a Cisco Nexus switch. The chapter begins by exploring two forms of connected routes you often see on a Nexus switch: direct and local.
The final major section then looks at static routes, which let the engineer tell the router what route(s) to add to the router’s IP routing table. The static route section also shows how to configure a static default route that is used when no other route matches an IP packet. Dynamic routing, using ...