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State two of the methods that Cisco recommends for controlling routing protocol traffic.
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What is the default administrative distance for RIP?
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State two instances when you do not want routing information propagated.
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In what instances will EIGRP automatically redistribute?
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Which command is used to view the administrative distance of a route in the routing table?
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When is redistribution required?
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Why does Cisco recommend that you not overlap routing protocols?
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Why would you want to prevent routing updates across an on-demand WAN link?
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What is the metric used for in a routing protocol?
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Give two reasons for using multiple routing protocols.
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In a very large environment, the various domains might have different requirements, making a single solution inefficient. A clear example is the case of a large multinational corporation, where EIGRP is the protocol used at the access and distribution layers , but BGP is the protocol connecting the core . When implementing redistribution, state one possible problem that you might experience, and explain why it is a problem.
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Which has a lower administrative distance, IGRP or OSPF?
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What command is used to configure an outbound route filter?
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What is a passive interface?
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What is the purpose of administrative distance?
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What is the concern of redistributing into a redundant network?
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What is a default network?
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Why is it necessary to configure a default metric when redistributing between routing protocols?
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Which command is used to modify the administrative distance of a route?
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What is the difference in processing for an inbound and an outbound route filter?