QUESTION NO: 71
By default, which statement is correct regarding the redistribution of routes from other routing protocols into OSPF? Select the best response.
A. They will appear in the OSPF routing table as type E1 routes.
B. They will appear in the OSPF routing table as type E2 routes.
C. Summarized routes are not accepted.
D. All imported routes will be automatically summarized when possible.
E. Only routes with lower administrative distances will be imported.
The point of this question is OSPF route redistribution.
When redistributing routes from other routing protocols into OSPF, there is a default cost value 20 displaying in the OSPF routing table, it’s type E2 route, it’s unaltered. In opposite, type El route is alterable. So option B is correct answer.
QUESTION NO: 72
Refer to the exhibit. OSPF is configured on all routers in the network. On the basis of the show ip ospf neighbor output, what prevents R1 from establishing a full adjacency with R2? Select the best response.
A. Router R1 will only establish full adjacency with the DR and BDR on broadcast multiaccess networks.
B. Router R2 has been elected as a DR for the broadcast multiaccess network in OSPF area
C. Routers R1 and R2 are configured as stub routers for OSPF area 1 and OSPF area 2.
D. Router R1 and R2 are configured for a virtual link between OSPF area 1 and OSPF area 2.
E. The Hello parameters on routers R1 and R2 do not match.
QUESTION NO: 73
You have just completed an OSPF implementation. While executing your verification plan, you determine that R1 is not able to establish full OSPF adjacency with R2. The show ip ospf neighbor command output on R1 shows that R2 is stuck in the INIT state.
What could be the cause of this problem? Select the best response.
A. DR and BDR election errors between R1 and R2.
B. The R2 router has not received the OSPF hello packets from the R1 router.
C. Mismatched interface maximum transmission unit (MTU) configuration between the R1 and R2.
D. Mismatched OSPF hello interval configuration between the R1 and R2.
E. Corrupted LSAs exchanges between the R1 and R2.
QUESTION NO: 74
According to RFC 2328, what is the stateful order in which an OSPF router transitions to a full adjacency with a neighbor router?
A. Down, Init, 2-Way, Exstart, Exchange, Loading, and Full
B. Down, Init, 2-Way, Exchange, Exstart, Loading, and Full
C. Down, 2-Way, Init, Loading, Exstart, Exchange, and Full
D. Down, 2-Way, Init, Exchange, Exstart, Loading, and Full
E. Down, Init, 2-Way, Loading, Exstart, Exchange, and Full
F. Down, 2-Way, Init, Exstart, Exchange, Loading, and Full
QUESTION NO: 75
Refer to the exhibit. Based on this command output, what can we conclude about R3? Select the best response.
QUESTION NO: 76
Refer to the exhibit. Routers R1 and R2 have been configured to operate with OSPF. Routers R1 and R3 have been configured to operate with RIP. After configuring the redistribution between OSPF and RIP on R1, no OSPF routes are distributed into RIP. What should be done to correct this problem?
Select the best response.
A. The redistribution command should be reentered with the match route-type parameter included.
B. The redistribution command should be reentered with the route-map map-tag parameter included.
C. The redistribution command should be reentered with the metric metric-value parameter included.
D. Routes will first need to be distributed into another protocol, and then into RIP.
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