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REDISTRIBUTION / PBR QUIZ 1. -Excessive Routing Updates- This could be a large routing update that uses a lot of CPU.

Depends on the protocol and how many devices are in the AS, the frequency of the updates, and the IP addressing plan can affect the number of routing updates sent. -Route maps or Filters- If they arn't configured correctly too much or the wrong data could be sent. -Number of Protocols in the Same AS- Number of routing protocols receiving and processing the updates. Routes may also be redistributed between protocols. 2. ACL's, Route Maps, Distribute list, Prefix list 3. Some reasons you might use different routing protocols would be for a migration, host system needs, mixed-vendor, political and geographical borders, MPLS VPN's and how redistribution is used. 4. Redistribution is placing routes from one domain into another domain. This is always preformed going outbound. 5. The local router doing the redistribution does not change it's routing table. 6. -Routing Feedback (loops) Multipoint Two-way redistribution could cause routers to send routing info received from one AS back into that same AS. -Incompatible Routing Information- This is mainly due to incompatible metrics when redistributing. - Inconsistent Convergence Times- Convergence times are different for every protocol. 7. This will depend on how it was deployed but what is happening is, one router receives information from one domain and send it right back to that domain because of the domains AD. 8. AD, Metric

9. 0,1,1,5,20,90,100,110,115,120,140,160,170,200,255 10. This should be set at a larger value to help prevent suboptimal routing and routing loops. 11. RIP- 0 (infinity), EIGRP- 0 (infinity), OSPF- 20, IS-IS -0 , BGP- set to IGP metric Value 12. One point One-way redistribution 13. Only between EIGRP and OSPF. (Same L3 protocols) 14. Number of hops distributed from the border router.

15. Rip would have been redistributed into OSPF with the metric of 20 but the subnets command was missing and the routes are not redistributed. 16. Bandwidth, Delay, Load, Reliability, MTU 17. The metric parameter is used over the default. 18. Sets all interfaces in the passive state. 19. Use static routes, in combination with passive interfaces. 20. Sets a route's AD to 150 and matches the incoming packets from any router to access-list 3. 21. -Route Filtering During Redistribution- Distribute list can do this as well but route maps have the ability to use the set command. -Policy-Based Routing- Match source and destination addresses, protocol types and end-user applications. A match occurs a set command can be used to define next hop... ect. This is defining route policy instead of basic destinationbased routing. - NAT- Gives control on what privates can be translated to public. -BGP- Primary tool for BGP policy. Route maps do filtering and can provide a manipulation of the BGP path attributes. 22. All of the match commands. 23. One of the conditions in the statement. 24. The name given to a route map. 25. Ip policy route-map (map-tag) 26. route-map TESTING permit 10 match set redistribute ospf 10 route-map 10 27. Denys tag 80 from entering the RIP process. 28. Incoming interfaces, Outgoing interfaces, Redistribution from another domain. 29. In is for traffic coming into an interface and out is for traffic going out an interface. 30. Distribute-list out / Router prompt 31. Permit allows those subnets an deny does not allow the subnets.

32. Length < ge-value <le-value <= 32 33. Route maps increment in 10, by default, if there are other statements. If there is not another statement then the route map assumes you are editing the one entry/ Prefix list increment in 5's 34. Trace (IP) CH. 9 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. D B, D B, C C B A, C D D

CH. 10 1. E 2. A 3. A, C 4. B 5. C 6. A 7. D 8. E CH. 11 1. A, C 2. B, E 3. D 4. A, C 5. C 6. D 1. Resiliency, Availability, Adaptability, Performance, Support network Applications, Predictability, Asymmetric traffic 2. Summarization helps keep a network stable by hiding addressing details, isolates routing issues, and defines failure domains. 3. Good addressing design, Redistribution and other routing protocol charcacteristics, passive interfaces, distribute lists, prefix list, AD, Route maps, Route tagging, Offset List, cisco ios IP SLA, PBR 4. OSPF, EIGRP, OSPF, EIGRP, EIGRP

5. B, C, D 6. This is used to filter the routes that will be used by the ACL. 7. CISCO IOS SLA 8.