Ch 8: EIGRP Advanced Config and Troubleshooting
Cisco III, Ch. 8: EIGRP Advanced Configuration and Troubleshooting Vocabulary
Terms in this set (9)
The process of aggregating multiple routes into one routing advertisement to reduce the size of routing tables.
A routing protocol feature in which a router that connects to more than one classful network advertises summarized routes for each entire classful network when sending updates out interfaces connected to other classful networks.
A virtual IOS interface that is a route to nowhere, commonly known as "the bit bucket." Packets that match a route with a Null0 exit interface are discarded.
A common phrase used to describe the dotted-decimal address 0.0.0.0 used in default routing.
equal-cost load balancing
When a router utilizes multiple paths with the same administrative distance and cost to a destination.
Cisco Express Forwarding
(CEF) A Cisco-proprietary protocol that allows high-speed packet switching in ASICs, rather than using a CPU. CEF offers "wire speed" routing of packets and load balancing.
unequal-cost load balancing
Load balancing that uses multiple paths to the same destination that have different costs or metrics. EIGRP uses this with the variance command.
A secret used in the MD5 encryption.
A configuration method that allows the use of multiple keys for the same keychain.
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