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The address range assignable to hosts is from June Learn how and when to remove this template message. The destination IP address remains At last the packet will arrive back to router1, which will check for matching packet ID and route it accordingly through router2 or router3 or directly to PC1 which was connected in the same network segment as router1. Articles lacking in-text citations from June All articles lacking in-text citations. Router2 also has no route to PC3, and it will forward the packets to its default gateway router1. The IP-address could be

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Instead it must be sent to the default gateway for further routing to their ultimate destination.

June Learn how and when to remove this template message. If none of these forwarding rules is appropriate for a given destination address, the default gateway is chosen as the router of last resort. The gatewxy contains source and destination, not all router hops. If the routers do not use a routing protocol to discover which network each router is connected to, then the routing table of each router must be set up.

A packet addressed outside of this range, for this example, addressed to The six hosts addresses are:. In another example, a network etherent three routers and three hosts is connected to the Internet through Router1.

A default gateway is the node in a computer network using the Internet Protocol Suite that serves as the forwarding host router etbernet other networks when no other route specification matches the destination IP address of a packet.

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The hosts’ addresses are:. Articles lacking in-text citations from June All articles lacking in-text citations. In this example, none of the internal routers know the route to that gatewzy, so they will forward the packet through router1’s gateway or default route. In the logs of the resource they will trace the request, but the requestor will never get any information. The network has a subnet mask of:.

Yateway narrowly defined, a router merely forwards packets between networks with different network prefixes. This could be discovered by using the Microsoft Windows utility Pathping or MTR on Mmx6436 operating systems, since the ping will stop at the router which has no route or a wrong route.

Accessing internal resources If PC2 Each router encountered on the way will store the packet ID and where it came from so that it can pass the response packet back to the sender.

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Accessing external resources If any of the computers try to access a webpage on the Internet, like http: The IP-address could be Router2 manages its attached networks and default gateway; router 3 does ggateway same; router 1 manages all routes within the internal networks. Router2 also has no route to PC3, and it will forward the packets to its default gateway router1. Since the route is unknown to router1, it will go to router1’s default gateway, and never reach router3.

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Views Read Edit View history. The networking software stack of each computer contains a routing table that specifies which interface is used for transmission and which router on the network is responsible for forwarding to a specific set of addresses. At last gateday packet will arrive back to router1, which will check for matching packet ID and route it accordingly through router2 or router3 or directly to PC1 which was connected in the same network segment as router1.

This router also has a default route configured to a device on an adjacent network, one hop closer to the public Network.

Note that some routers will not reply to pinging. If a router finds a match, it will forward the packet through that route; if not, it gayeway send the packet to its own default gateway. The address range assignable to hosts is from Every router on the packet’s way to the destination will check whether the packet’s destination IP-address matches any known network routes.

The default gateway is specified by the configuration setting often called default route.