pts When viewing the routing table on a UNIX system what flag indicates if a

Pts when viewing the routing table on a unix system

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Question 231 pts When viewing the routing table on a UNIX system, what flag indicates if a route is a usable route? IHGU   Flag this Question Question 241 pts What routing protocol criteria is defined as the time it takes to recognize a best path change in the  event of a network outage?   Flag this Question Question 251 pts What type of routing protocol enables routers to communicate beyond neighboring routers, allowing  each router to create a map of an entire network?   Flag this Question Question 261 pts What address does ARP work in conjunction with IPv4 to discover?
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  Flag this Question Question 271 pts Which of the following are types of entries an ARP table contains? StaticFlatBasicDynamic   Flag this Question Question 281 pts What versions of the IP protocol are used on networks today?   Flag this Question Question 291 pts Which layers of the OSI model are all routers able to interpret?   Flag this Question Question 301 pts What two fields below are used by IPv4 and IPv6 respectively to limit the number of times that a  packet can be forwarded on a network?
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  Flag this Question Question 31 10 pts Match each correct item with the statement below.   A globally unique number  that identifies an autonomous system. ASNs work similarly to IP addresses that identify individual nodes on a network. Each ASN now consists of 32 bits instead of 16 bits, and they are assigned by IANA.                                                                                                                                             The largest IP packet  size in bytes allowable by routers in a path without fragmentation and excluding the frame size.                                                                                                                                             A repeated trial message transmitted by the tracert and traceroute utilities to trigger routers along a route to return specific information about the route.                                                                                                                                             A router that connects an autonomous system with an outside network—for example, the router that connects a business to its ISP.
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