CCNP TSHOOT FAQ: Introduction to Troubleshooting Routing Protocols

CCNP TSHOOT FAQ: Introduction to Troubleshooting Routing Protocols

Q1. A router is attempting to route a packet over an Ethernet network from a PC with an IP address of 10.1.1.2 to a server with an IP address of 172.16.1.2. If you examined a frame exiting the PC destined for the server, what would be the two MAC addresses found in the frame’s header? (Choose two.)
a. The PC’s MAC address
b. The server’s MAC address
c. The router’s MAC address
d. A broadcast MAC address

Answer: A and C

Q2. Identify two data structures maintained by CEF. (Choose two.)
a. IP routing table
b. Router ARP cache
c. FIB
d. Adjacency table

Answer: C and D

Q3. A router is running two routing protocols: EIGRP and RIPv2. Each routing protocol knows of a route for network 10.1.2.0/24. What determines which route will be injected into the router’s IP routing table?
a. The metric of each route
b. The advertised distance of each routing protocol
c. The administrative distance of each routing protocol
d. The feasible distance of each routing protocol

Answer: C
Figure: Basic Routing Topology

Q4. Identify three EIGRP data structures. (Choose three.)
a. EIGRP topology table
b. EIGRP adjacency table
c. EIGRP neighbor table
d. EIGRP interface table

Answer: A, C, and D

Q5. Which two distances does EIGRP consider when selecting the best route for a particular network?
a. Advertised distance
b. Successor distance
c. Topological distance
d. Feasible distance

Answer: A and D

Q6. Which command would you use to display all routes known to a router’s EIGRP routing process?
a. show ip eigrp interfaces
b. show ip eigrp neighbors
c. show ip eigrp topology
d. show ip route eigrp

Answer: C

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