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What is reviewed first in the BGP route selection process?
A. the peer with the lowest IP address
B. the route with an origin of incomplete
C. the path with no MED value
D. the next-hop resolution
From the exhibit we see: 126.96.36.199/8 *[Aggegate/130]
From the exhibit se see: Contributing Routes.
Note: Route aggregation allows you to combine groups of routes with common addresses into a single entry in the routing table. This decreases the size of the routing table as well as the number of route advertisements sent by the routing device. An aggregate route becomes active when it has one or more contributing routes. A contributing route is an active route that is a more specific match for the aggregate destination.
B. authentication mismatch
C. area mismatch
D. MTU mismatch
From the exhibit we see: OSPF packet ignored: area mismatch.
A. The ge-0/0/9 interface is using the default priority value.
B. The ge-0/0/15 interface is using the default port cost.
C. This switch has a bridge priority of 32k.
D. This switch has been elected as the root bridge.
A. Configure all switch ports connecting to the host devices as access ports associated with a common VLAN.
B. Configure an IRB interface for each VLAN and associate it with its corresponding VLAN.
C. Configure all switch ports connecting to the host devices as trunk ports associated with all VLANs.
D. Configure a port-based ACL that permits inter-VLAN routing for all configured VLANs.
To segment traffic on a LAN into separate broadcast domains, you create separate virtual LANs (VLANs). Of course, you also want to allow these employees to communicate with people and resources in other VLANs. To forward packets between VLANs you normally need a router that connects the VLANs. However, you can accomplish this on a Juniper Networks switch without using a router by configuring an integrated routing and bridging (IRB) interface (also known as a routed VLAN interface — or RVI — in versions of Junos OS that do not support Enhanced Layer 2 Software).
Depending on the link type, OSPF sends link state update packets to which two addresses? (Choose two.)
Every time a router sends an update, it sends it to the DR and BDR on the multicast address 188.8.131.52. The DR will then send the update out to all other routers in the area, to the multicast address 184.108.40.206.
Which statement about IS-IS adjacencies is true?
A. Adjacency formation between Level 2 routers must have different area IDs.
B. Adjacency formation between Level 2 routers must have the same area ID.
C. Adjacency formation between Level 1 routers must have the same area ID.
D. Adjacency formation between Level 1 routers must have different area IDs.
IS-IS hello PDUs establish adjacencies with other routers and have three different formats: one for point-to-point hello packets, one for Level 1 broadcast links, and one for Level 2 broadcast links. Level 1 routers must share the same area address to form an adjacency, while Level 2 routers do not have this limitation.
Referring to the exhibit, you are asked to ensure that host-1 can communicate with host-3 while also allowing host-2 to communicate with host-4. What should you do to enable this behavior?
A. Configure the native-vlan-id default statement under the ge-0/0/1 port settings on Switch-1.
B. Use the all keyword when defining the member VLANs for the ge-0/0/1 interface on Switch-1.
C. Configure the native-vlan-id default statement under the ge-0/0/1 port settings on both Switch-1 and Switch-2.
D. Use the all keyword when defining the member VLANs for the ge-0/0/1 interface on both Switch-1 and Switch-2.
A. Configure the Io0 family ISO address 49.0002.0010.0042.0002.00 on R1.
B. Disable Level 2 on R2’s ge-0/0/1 interface.
C. Configure the Io0 family ISO address 49.0002.0010.0042.0002.00 on R2.
D. Enable Level 2 on R1’s ge-0/0/1 interface.
Level 1 adjacencies can be formed between routers that share a common area number. We need to change ISO addresses so that both routers have the same area number. If we change the ISO address on R2 49.0002.0010.0042.0002.00, both routers will have 0002 as area number.
Level 2 adjacency can be formed between routers that might or might not share an area number.
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