Chapter 9 Study Guide b - CCNA Exploration 2, Chapter 9....

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CCNA Exploration 2, Chapter 9.  “EIGRP” Worksheet #2 Name: 1. What are the values that EIGRP uses in its composite metric to calculate the preferred path to a network? Are all of these used by default? Which ones are and aren’t used by default? 2. What is the “tos” value in EIGRP and why is it always set to “0”? 3. Explain what “K” values are in eIGRP: 4. When and why should you modify the bandwidth value in EIGRP? 1
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5. Describe the Delay metric in EIGRP. What is the delay metric actually describing? 6. Describe the Reliability Metric used by EIGRP: 7. Describe the Load Metric used by EIGRP: 8. What do you do if the actual bandwidth of the link does not match the default bandwidth of the interface? Describe how you would do this: 9. Can you use the bandwidth command to increase or decrease the actual bandwidth of a link? 2
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course NETWORKING 2083 taught by Professor Cathymarak during the Winter '12 term at NorthWest Arkansas Community College.

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Chapter 9 Study Guide b - CCNA Exploration 2, Chapter 9....

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