It uses split horizon.
Updates are sent to a broadcast address.
RIP is a link-state protocol.
Updates are sent to a multicast address by default.
Routes are updated when a change in topology occurs.
OSPF is a link-state protocol.
provides common view of entire topology
Exchanges routing tables with neighbors
Calculates shortest path
Utilizes event-triggered updates
Utilizes frequent periodic updates
The sequencing and acknowledgment of link-state packets
The high volume of link-state advertisements in a converged network
The requirement for a hierarchical IP addressing scheme for optimal functionality
The high demand on router resources to run the link-state routing algorithm
The large size of the topology table listing all advertised routes in the converged network
Set the subnet mask on edge-1 to 255 255.255.252.
Reduce the MTU on edge-1 to 1514.
Set the OSPF cost on edge-1 to 1522.
Reduce the MTU on edge-1 to 1500.
Configure the ip ospf mtu-ignore command on the edge-1 Gi0/0 interface.
The OSPF area is not configured properly.
The priority on R1 should be set higher.
The cost on R1 should be set higher.
The hello and dead timers are not configured properly.
A backup designated router needs to be added to the network.
The OSPF process ID numbers must match.
All of the routers need to be configured for backbone Area 1.
R1 and R2 are the DR and BDR, so OSPF will not establish neighbor adjacency with R3.
A static route has been configured from R1 to R3 and prevents the neighbor adjacency from being established.
The hello and dead interval timers are not set to the same values on R1 and R3.
EIGRP is also configured on these routers with a lower administrative distance.
R1 and R3 are configured in different areas.
The 192.168.12.0/24 network is missing from OSPF.
The OSPF process ID is incorrect.
The OSPF area number is incorrect.
An ARP table entry is missing for 192.168.10.0.
A VLAN number is incorrect for 192.168.10.0.
Bandwidth, Delay and MTU
Bandwidth and MTU
Bandwidth, MTU, Reliability, Delay and Load
All prefix on the interface
The prefix that the administrator configure for OSPFv3 use
The lowest prefix on the interface
The highest prefix on the interface
Configure a loopback interface on R1
Enable IPv6 unicast routing on R1
Configure an IPv4 address on interface Fa0/0
Configure an autonomous system number on OSPF
Configure an autonomous system number
Configure a loopback interface
Configure a router ID
Enable IPv6 on an interface
Enable IPv6 unicast routing
Ip ospf hello-interval seconds
Router ospfv2 process-id
Router ospf value
Router ospf process-id
To confine network instability to single areas of the network
To reduce the complexity of router configuration
To speed up convergence
To lower costs by replacing routers with distribution layer switches
To decrease latency by increasing bandwidth
To reduce routing overhead
The area numbers on R1 and R2 are mismatched
The IPv6 network addresses on R1 and R2 are mismatched
The autonomous system numbers on R1 and R2 are mismatched
The router ids on R1 and R2 are mismatched
The loopback addresses are on different subnets.
The values of the dead timers on the routers are different.
Route summarization is enabled on both routers.
The process identifier on router A is different than the process identifier on router
Router# show ip eigrp neighbors
Router# show ip eigrp interfaces
Router# show ip eigrp adjacency
Router# show ip eigrp topology
Only EIGRP for IPv6 advertises all connected networks.
Only EIGRP for IPv6 requires a router ID to be configured under the routing process
AS numbers are configured in EIGRP but not in EIGRPv3.
Only EIGRP for IPv6 is enabled in the global configuration mode.
Show ipv6 eigrp 20 interfaces
Show ipv6 route eigrp
Show ipv6 eigrp neighbors
Show ip eigrp traffic
Expiration of the hold timer
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