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Which command in OSPF shows the network LSA information?
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What command would you use to create a totally stubby area?
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What is a virtual link, and what command would you use to create it?
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Where would you issue the command to summarize IP subnets? State the command that is used.
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How would you summarize external routes before injecting them into the OSPF domain?
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When is a virtual link used?
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Give the command for defining the cost of a default route propagated into an area.
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Give an example of when it would be appropriate to define a default cost.
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On which router is the area default cost defined?
| 10: || |
Give the command to configure a stub area and state on which router it is configured.
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What is the purpose of the area range command, and why is it configured on the ABR?
| 12: || |
Give the commands to configure a router to place subnets 126.96.36.199 through to 188.8.131.52 in Area 1 and to put all other interfaces into Area 0.
| 13: || |
Give the syntax to summarize the subnets 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 into another autonomous system.
| 14: || |
Explain briefly the difference between the area range command and the summary-address command.
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Explain the following syntax and what it will achieve: area 1 stub no-summary .
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Why would you configure the routing process to log adjacency changes as opposed to turning on debug for the same trigger?
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Give some of the common reasons that neighbors fail to form an adjacency.
| 18: || |
When configuring a virtual link, which routers are configured?
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What does the command area 1 default-cost 15 achieve?
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Explain what is placed in the parameters area-id and router-id for the command area area-id virtual-link router-id .