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In the routing table, a field indicates the source of the routing information. If the field showed the letter C, what would this mean?
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In the routing table, how is the next hop indicated?
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Cisco distinguishes between the routing and the switching functions. What is the difference?
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Name the interior IP routing protocols that send the mask with the routing update.
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Does VLSM require a classful or classless routing protocol, and why?
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State one of the characteristics of a classful routing protocol.
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What is the command to show whether a specific network, such as 126.96.36.199, is present in the routing table?
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State one major difference between a classful protocol and a classless routing protocol.
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Describe briefly the difference between a routing and routed protocol.
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Describe the processes used to build and maintain the routing table.
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Give a brief explanation of the switching function.
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What information is contained in the fast switching cache?
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When would you use the command no auto-summary ?
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When does OSPF send updates, and do they contain the entire routing table?
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Network convergence is when a network domain has learned about the new network topology after a change has occurred in the domain. What is considered a network change that would require network convergence?
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When would you consider using a static route in your network?
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When would you consider using a default route in your network?
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What command is used to configure ODR on a hub router?
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When would you consider using a floating static route in your network?
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Describe some of the characteristics of classless routing protocols.