quiz

1. When configuring EIGRP offset list, which of the below can it perform (Choose three)?

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2. Which of the below is the shortest valid presentation of the IPv6 address FE60:0000:0000:0000:00A0:0000:0000:0623?

Question 2 of 50

3. EIGRP calculates  which is an integer metric for the route from the neighboring router’s perspective.

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4. IPv6  address type is assigned to more than one node and is used to deliver the data to the nearest node to the source.

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5. IPsec tunnels rely on either AH or ESP protocols. What are two modes available for operation of IPsec tunnels (Choose two)?

Question 5 of 50

6. Match every routing protocol to its correct administrative distance value.
90
120
200
20
110
eBGP
OSPF
Internal EIGRP
RIP
iBGP

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7. Which of the below are supported IPv6 unicast address types (Choose three)?

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8. Which of the below are TRUE about RIPng (Choose two)?

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9. Which of the below is NOT an EIGRP protocol message?

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10. When configuring EIGRP over frame-relay multipoint network in Hub-and-Spoke topology, EIGRP Hello messages aren’t forwarded by default by Hub router to Spokes. How can you solve this problem?

Question 10 of 50

11. Which command can be used to limit the amount of interface bandwidth used by EIGRP messages?

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12. Which of the below can the network administrator use to manipulate EIGRP metric?

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13. Which of the below is used in EIGRP to determines whether a route is a feasible successor?

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14. When EIGRP successor route fails on the router that doesn't have a feasible successor route, it moves to active state on that router. The router then tries to find other valid routes to the destination. To do so, it sends EIGRP Query messages to every neighbor except the neighbor that advertised this failed route.

Which of the below is valid action from these neighbors when they receive the Query message?

Question 14 of 50

15. What will an EIGRP router do when it receives an EIGRP Query for a prefix/prefix length and it only has a summary route that includes the prefix/prefix length?

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16. EIGRP uses a  to filter routes by referencing an Access Control List (ACL), Prefix List, or Route Map.

Question 16 of 50

17. Which of the below routes are matched by the prefix list (Choose two):
ip prefix-list FILTER seq 5 permit 10.0.0.0/8 ge 24 le 24?

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18. Which of the below is correct about route-map logic when used for redistribution (Choose two)?

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19. Which of the below is correct about route summarization in OSPF and EIGRP?

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20. Which command can be used to generate an EIGRP summary address on router?

Question 20 of 50

21. When comparing EIGRP for IPv4 with EIGRP for IPv6, which of the below are correct (Choose two)?

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22. Which of the below are configuration modes of Named EIGRP (Choose three)?

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23. When configuring OSPF “passive-interface” command under an interface that has OSPF enabled on it, Which of the below is true?

Question 23 of 50

24. Comparing OSPF to EIGRP, which of the below are correct about neighbor requirements for EIGRP and OSPF (Choose two)?

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25. What happens when MTU setting differ on two neighboring OSPF routers?

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26. Which of the below OSPF network types uses DR/BDR (Choose two)?

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27. Which of the below OSPF network types doesn't enable dynamic discovery of neighbors?

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28. When configuring an OSPF Virtual Link, which of the below statements is correct?

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29. Match each OSPF LSA type to its description.
Advertises a host route used to reach an ASBR
Created by ASBRs for external routes injected into OSPF
Can send information about IPv6 networks attached to a router
Created by each router to represent itself for the area to which it connects
Created by ABRs to represent subnets listed in one area’s Type 1 and 2 LSAs when being advertised into another area
Created by ASBRs inside an NSSA area, instead of a Type 5 LSA
Created by the DR on the subnet, and represents the subnet and the router interfaces connected to the subnet
Net Summary
ASBR Summary
Network
Intra-Area Prefix LSAs
Router
NSSA External
AS External

Question 29 of 50

30. Which of the below are correct about OSPF LSA Type 1 (Choose two)?

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31. When issuing the command "show ip ospf database" on Cisco router, which of the below sections represents Type 2 LSAs?

Question 31 of 50

32. Which of the below are LSAs that are not flooded by ABR from one area to another (Choose two)?

Question 32 of 50

33. Match every OSPF LSA Type to the router that creates them.
The DR in that subnet
An ASBR
An ABR
Each router creates its own
LSA Type 1
LSA Type 2
LSA Type 4
LSA Type 5

Question 33 of 50