7.2.8 Practice exam

Which of the following routing protocols divides the network into areas, with all networks required to have an area 0 (area 0 identifying the backbone area)?
Which of the following routing protocols is classified as a balance hybrid routing protocol?
Which of the following routing protocols are classified as link state routing protocols? select two
What are the main differences between the OSPF and IS-IS routing protocols?
OSPF requires an area 0, while IS-IS does not.
Which of the following protocols has a limit of 15 hops between and two networks?
What is the main difference between RIP and RIPv2?
Rip is a classful protocol, while RIPv2 is a classless protocol.
Under which of the following circumstances might you implement BGP on your company network and share routes with internet routers?
If the network is connected to the internet using multiple ISPs
You have a private network connected to the internet. Your routers will not share routing information about your private network with internet routers. Which of the following best describes the type of routing protocol you would use?
You have a router configured to share routing information using RIP. In addition, you have a single static route that identifies a default route for all other networks. The next hop router for the default has changed. You need to make the change with the least amount of effort possible. What should you do?
Manually reconfigure the default route to point to the new next hop router.
A router is connected to network and network the router is configured to use RIP and has learned of networks and
The next hop router for network has changed. You need to make the change with the least amount of effort possible. what should you do.
wait for convergence to take place.
you have a network configured to use the OSPF routing protocol. Which of the following describes the state when all OSPF routers have learned about all other routes in the network.
When multiple routes to a destination exist, what is used to select the best possible route?
Which of the following routing protocols uses paths, rules, and policies instead of a metric for making routing decisions?
Which of the following are true for the IS-IS routing protocol? select two
Divides large networks into areas
Supports IPv6 routing
One method of preventing routing loops is to not send information about a route back to the router from which the information came. What is this technique called?
Split horizon