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A packet whose destination is outside the local TCP/IP network segment is sent to _____.

(1) File server

(2) DNS server

(3) DHCP server

(4) Default gateway
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A default gateway in computer networking is the node that is assumed to know how to forward packets on to other networks. Typically, in a TCP/IP network, nodes such as servers, workstations and network devices each have a defined default route setting, (pointing to the default gateway), defining where to send packets for IP addresses for which they can determine no specific route.

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DNS Server
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4) default Gateway

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