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Which system generates the pseudonode?
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What is a CSNP? When is it used?
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What is a PSNP? When is it used?
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A new router comes online on a multiaccess link, and the priority is the same as that of the DIS for the segment. What action is taken?
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What happens in the event of the DIS dying?
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Integrated IS-IS can be used to send information about which routed protocols?
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How often does the DIS send out a Hello packet?
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What is the name of the link-state algorithm used to create entries for the routing table?
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What is the relationship between the Hello timer and when the path is considered to have died?
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Integrated IS-IS areas are similar to which type of areas in OSPF?
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Describe one design restriction in configuring Level 2 routing.
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Given the following address:
Is this a NET or NSAP address? Give reasons for your choice.
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What is a pseudonode and what is its purpose?
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State two reasons why a router might not be able to find a neighbor.
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Explain briefly why two routers cannot have the same system ID within the area.
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What does TLV stand for? Briefly explain its purpose.
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How many link-state databases does a Level 1-2 router have?
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Integrated IS-IS packets run directly on top of which layer?
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What is the NET address associated with in the IS-IS addressing scheme?
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Describe briefly the main characteristics of a Level 1 IS.