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If a route reflector hears an update from a nonclient, what action will be taken?
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In version 11.0 of the Cisco IOS software, what method would be used to restrict routing information from being received or propagated?
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Explain the purpose and use of the command show ip prefix-list name [ seq seq-number ].
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Why would you redistribute static routes into BGP?
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Why is it advisable to have the route reflectors fully meshed?
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Why is filtering often required when redistributing BGP into an IGP?
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What are the advantages of multihoming?
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Why do iBGP peers need to be fully meshed?
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How is a fully meshed network avoided in iBGP?
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What is the equation to determine the number of sessions needed in a fully meshed BGP network?
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Why does a fully meshed network in iBGP cause problems?
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State two benefits to using route reflectors.
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If a route reflector sees multiple paths to a destination, what action is taken?
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Explain the difference between a cluster-ID and an originator-ID.
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State two advantages in using prefix lists over access lists.
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If the ISP has provided a default route, how will the router within the autonomous system select the exit path in a multihomed environment?
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What is a disadvantage of an autonomous system receiving full routing updates from all ISPs?
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What is the danger of redistributing BGP into the IGP?
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What are the advantages of a fully meshed iBGP network?
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In configuring a route reflector, how is the client configured?
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What commands are used to display the BGP router ID that identifies the router that is sending the updates and peering with its neighbor?