CCNA DC FAQ: Nexus Routing Protocol Configuration

CCNA DC FAQ: Nexus Routing Protocol Configuration


Figure: Network Topology for RIPv2 Configuration Using Routed Interfaces

Q1. RIP is what type of routing protocol?
a. Link state
b. Hybrid
c. Distance vector
d. Single hop

Answer: C. RIP is a distance vector routing protocol.

Q2. Which command shows you all of your RIP-specific configuration on a Cisco Nexus Layer 3 switch?
a. show interface status
b. show running-config rip
c. show ip route
d. show routing process rip

Answer: B. To show all of the RIP-specific configuration, the show running-config rip command should be used.

Q3. What is the default interface type for OSPF on an Ethernet interface?
a. Point to point
b. Nonbroadcast multiaccess
c. Broadcast
d. Point to multipoint

Answer: C. The default OSPF interface type for an Ethernet interface is broadcast.

Q4. Which two K values does EIGRP enable by default?
a. K1 bandwidth
b. K5 MTU
c. K3 delay
d. K12 pipe density

Answer: A and C. Bandwidth and delay are the two default enabled K values for EIGRP.

Q5. Which command under an EIGRP routing process enables you to manually set the identity of Router 2 across the network?
a. routing process identifier 2
b. router 2
c. router-id 2.2.2.2
d. routing-id 2.2.2.2

Answer: C. To configure a router ID for EIGRP, the configuration command is router-id address.

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