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Name one routing protocol that sends periodic updates.
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What is an incremental update, and how often is it sent out?
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Distance vector routing protocols naturally summarize at which boundary?
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What is the algorithm used by distance vector protocols?
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Give three reasons why RIPv1 has problems working in a large network.
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What is the destination address of the distance vector periodic update in RIPv1?
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State two ways that a route is selected as the preferred path .
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What is administrative distance?
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If IGRP has three paths to a remote network in which each path has an equal metric, what will happen?
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A distance vector routing protocol uses the mechanism of poison reverse. What is poison reverse?
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Name two distance vector routing protocols.
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Describe the mechanism of split horizon.
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What is meant by the phrase routing by rumor ?
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Why does the use of multicast addressing in RIPv2 overcome some of the limitations of RIPv1?
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Explain the use of holddown in distance vector routing protocols to create stability in the network.
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What is the maximum hop count in RIPv1 and RIPv2?
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Both EIGRP and IGRP use a composite metric. What are the main components of this metric?
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Explain briefly how RIPv2 differs from RIPv1.
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What is meant by the term convergence ?
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Give the configuration commands to turn on the process for RIPv2.