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Close Window Assessment System 1. Assessment Selection 2. Assessment Settings 3. Take Assessment Take Assessment - ERouting Chapter 3 - ${COURSENAME} (Version ${VERSION}) Time Remaining: 01:28:37 1 Refer to the exhibit. Which statement correctly describes how R1 will determine the best path to R2? R1 will install a RIP route using network A in its routing table because the administrative distance of RIP is higher than EIGRP. R1 will install a RIP route using network A in its routing table because the path cost from RIP is lower than EIGRP. R1 will install an EIGRP route using network B in its routing table because the administrative distance of EIGRP is lower than RIP. R1 will install an EIGRP route using network B in its routing table because the path cost from EIGRP is lower than RIP. R1 will install an EIGRP route and a RIP route in its routing table and load balance between them. 2 Which two statements correctly describe the concepts of administrative distance and metric? (Choose two.) Administrative distance refers to the trustworthiness of a particular route. A router first installs routes with higher administrative distances. The value of the administrative distance can not be altered by the network administrator. Routes with the smallest metric to a destination indicate the best path. The metric is always determined based on hop count. The metric varies depending which Layer 3 protocol is being routed, such as IP or IPX. 3 What is the purpose of a routing protocol? It is used to build and maintain ARP tables. It provides a method for segmenting and reassembling data packets. It allows an administrator to devise an addressing scheme for the network. It allows a router to share information about known networks with other routers. It provides a procedure for encoding and decoding data into bits for packet forwarding. 4 Which two statements are true regarding the advantages of the use of static routes? (Choose two). increased security reduced effort in configuring routes the administrator maintains control over routing easier to implement in a growing network reduces the chance of routing errors increased router resource usage 5 1 / 2 2010/12/13 http://assessment.netacad.net/virtuoso/delivery/pub-doc/exam.shtml
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