Discontiguous network question

wavewave Posts: 342Member
I just struck the following practice test question: "A network is referred to as discontiguous if it has been subnetted but the subnets are not physically accessible to each other via a router."

The correct answer is True, I answered False.

If you have three routers, A B and C all using subnets of the 10.0.0.0/8 network, even though the network is subnetted and the 10.1.0.0/16 subnet might be on the other side of router C (as opposed to a connected route) wouldn't the network still be contiguous?

ROUTE Passed 1 May 2012
SWITCH Passed 25 September 2012
TSHOOT Passed 23 October 2012
Taking CCNA Security in April 2013 then studying for the CISSP

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