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3.3 Fundamental Routing Concepts
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does not suppress component routes of a summary unless explicitly configured.
RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP
suppresses component routes of a summary by default.
set ip default next-hop
if destination exists in the routing table, does not policy route.
if destination does not exist, packet is policy routed
set ip next-hop
if destination exists in the routing table, packet is policy routed.
if destination does not exist, packet is not policy route.
set ip next-hop recursive
policy route is installed din the RIB and does not have to be directly connected.
if policy route is unreachable, default route is used.
maximum segment size
largest amount of data, (bytes) that can be received in a single TCP segment
Configured interface up/down (partial database sent)
Information from another interface modifies the routing table (latest changes sent)
what triggers a partial RIP update?
command to configure a fixed metric for an EIGRP summary aggregate address
RIP passive interface receives routing information but does not transmit information to the neighbor.
describe RIP passive interface behavior
supports equal-cost load balancing
supports equal-cost and unequal cost load balancing
default OSPF reference bandwidth
metric assigned to an EIGRP summary route
OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 support IPv4 (True/False)
ensures a route will not be removed from the associated VRF table even if the interface associated with the route is shut down
OSPF interface setting that does not send or receive routing information
OSPF passive interfaces send hello packets. (true/false)
ip options ignore
ip options ignore
ip options drop
which takes precedence when both commands are configured
uRPF mode where router checks for valid path in the FIB, does not have to be the best path
uRPF mode where router verifies that the packet arrived on the best valid path in the FIB, otherwise packet is dropped
When the router is first powered on.
When the router receives a specific request for a routing table update.
what triggers a full RIP update?
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